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‘Youth represent promise – not peril,’ Ban tells Council debate on countering extremism
By Online Editor
7:27 pm GMT+12, 23/04/2015, United States
Involving youth in peacebuilding processes the world over is essential to lasting global stability and stemming the growth of radicalism, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon declared today in remarks delivered to a Security Council session devoted to the role of youth in countering violent extremism and… Read more

Promoting local Tongan produce in contemporary cuisine
This week in Tongatapu a number of activities are under way to improve the livelihoods of farm
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