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19 April 2016

Stories from 19 April 2016

Protests in Macedonia Gain Momentum as New Round of Political Negotiations Is Announced

Tens of thousands of Macedonians have gathered in the streets since the president announced his decision to pardon government officials accused of corruption and abuses of power from prosecution.

How Pakistan's Taher Shah Is Taking Viral Culture to the Next Level

There are some incomprehensible English lyrics and some off-tune singing. But that isn't what Taher is about. He is creating viral art.

Child Abuse in Turkey a ‘Serious Reality’ Silenced by Stigma

Abused children "may choose silence if they doubt they will be believed," child psychologist Cemre Soysal told Global Voices.

Australian Leaders Keep Unspoken Vow of Silence on China's Human Rights Record

"Leaders don't seem to have an issue with criticising countries like Iran, so why dance around China ????"

University Students in Pakistan Bring Conversation About Menstruation Out in the Open

"Realise that you have internalized concepts of misogyny...and instead of policing how they should resist, or debating whether or not this is effective, support them."

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