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Posted in: U.S. envoy meets Taliban diplomat, presses women's rights See in context

Believing I should dictate to a nation how it should treat women, it surely implies that they don't miss a thing in the society I belong to. I wonder if this is really the case in western societies with all the sexuality involved and the censorship imposed on any critical discussion about the sexualisation of women's body!

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Posted in: Ukraine's 2nd largest city Kharkiv digs in against new Russian assault See in context

I think zelensky is either out of touch or lost control. Anyone with an eye and a sense of responsibility would try to negotiate a deal, you can't just wait until the entire population flee the country!

Ukraine had become NATO's battlefield, thanks to mr president!

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Posted in: Kill Japan's elderly? Cannes film probes chilling idea See in context

Something went wrong otherwise you won't have an aging process at that speed. Somethinghas tobe looked at and corrected.

Interesting movie.

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Posted in: Opposition Labor Party leader Albanese elected Australian PM in complex poll result See in context

He looks , sounds like a humble guy, but an accurate judgment can't be based on images and speeches, action on the ground is what counts a and matters

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Posted in: Australians vote for prime minister See in context

No one would question what Labour is, but "Conservative" in a liberal culture and politics not really making sense.. anyone with a reasonable explanation?

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Posted in: Woman storms Cannes red carpet to protest Ukraine rapes See in context

Couldn't have done that with her clothes on?

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Posted in: Japan to double Ukraine aid to $600 million See in context

Japan should make use of this aid by asking zelensky to be deadly serious about the bloody mess he got Ukrainians into.

The guy doesn't seem quite aware of the actual situation, let alone of tomorrows. A new leader, with all it takes to be in control of the country's destiny, seems the only way out of this mess.

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Posted in: U.S. gov't to fly in baby formula on military contracted planes See in context

Your grandmother didn't ask for formula to feed her babies, why should you?

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Posted in: How media reports of 'clashes' mislead Americans about Israeli-Palestinian violence See in context

To get a genuine and accurate answer to whether the media coverage had been unbiased or not, you just need to reverse sides and see how demonised and dehumanised Palestinians will be in the media.

Some comments here would be helpful to get the picture.

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Posted in: Musk's China connections add potential risks to Twitter purchase See in context

Honesty, that's what's missing in today's world.

Musk, Bezos, China, japan, USA are all part of this world too.

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Posted in: China blasts U.S., Japan rhetoric ahead of Quad summit See in context

Why can't we just try to live in peace and harmony? Why does it have to be, if not a war zone, a zone for war?

Give it a rest!

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Posted in: China blasts U.S., Japan rhetoric ahead of Quad summit See in context

India a democracy?! You got to be kidding.. just ask India's Muslims.

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Posted in: U.S. gov't to fly in baby formula on military contracted planes See in context

Beiden could have solved the issue in no time just by calling on mothers to breastfeeding their babies.

But for a mother to wait for such a call to do what's right and urgent for her baby makes her motherhood very questionable.

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Posted in: Once-neutral Sweden seeks NATO membership in historic shift See in context

Now, are you going to claim the Russians will prosecute their soldiers for war crimes as western nations do?

If western nations did, in fact and for no other considerations but the rule of law, prosecute any high ranked soldiers, for war crimes, the Russians would have had no option but to endure shame and disgrace if they don't.

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Posted in: Taliban promise 'good news' soon on girls' education See in context

Even if what you're saying is true, which is not by the way because Taliban is Sunni and mutah is practiced by Shia only, that has nothing to do with having a legalised sex industry ( corporates hiring women to provide sexual services for men) with all the damages it implies on women and girls (under aged included) mentally, physically,and socially.

What is practiced in Afghanistan is exclusively marriage, legally, socially and religiously approved.

We should look in the mirror first, before trying to give lessons on how women should be treated.

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Posted in: Once-neutral Sweden seeks NATO membership in historic shift See in context

I think a peaceful world can never be reached with NATO and NATO's like around.

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Posted in: What can reverse late-night TV's decline? See in context

I suggest trying to reduce the number of late shows to two or three at most. By having just three or two we will get hosts trying their best, and more viewers with less chances to get them lost in " more talks and choices".

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Posted in: Once-neutral Sweden seeks NATO membership in historic shift See in context

By not trying to end the war in any peaceful way!

They're not in a war!

Letting the war in Ukraine taking more time and lives compelled Finland and Sweden to seek NATO's membership, and it wasn't unplanned!

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Posted in: Taliban promise 'good news' soon on girls' education See in context

@ theFu

I totally agree, women anywhere should be educated and have unobstructed access to education... but you're missing out that Afghanistan just came out of a devastating war, judging it as if nothing happen can't be fair and just.

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Posted in: Once-neutral Sweden seeks NATO membership in historic shift See in context

"How were they compelled to do so"

By not trying to end the war in any peaceful way!

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Posted in: Taliban promise 'good news' soon on girls' education See in context

What about invading countries, and turn it into historical ruins, is that terrorism or just mr supremacist madness to get you comply with his rule of conduct?

Seriously, who is going to pay the Afghans, Iraqis, Syrians .. for the damages?

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Posted in: Once-neutral Sweden seeks NATO membership in historic shift See in context

UchosePoorly

'Finland and Sweden called up NATO"

Compelled to do so.

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Posted in: Once-neutral Sweden seeks NATO membership in historic shift See in context

Let's be honest, would there be any reason for Russia to feel threatened by Sweden or Finland if they didn't answer NATO's call?

Russia's problem is NATO not its neighbours.

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Posted in: Taliban promise 'good news' soon on girls' education See in context

"..this most vile batch of terrorists.."

That's pretty much out of hate than reason, as I haven't came across any news accusing Taliban of committing a terrorist attack elsewhere in the world. Inside Afghanistan they were fighting for what the Ukrainians are fighting for today.

As for what you call " its war against women and girls.'

Let me remind you that Muslim school girls in France and in other countries are being banned from attending classes if seen with headscarfs.. I haven't heard anyone calling for any kind of sanctions against those countries, have you?

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Posted in: Twitter defends anti-bot efforts, Musk replies with poo emoji See in context

Poo emoji is definitely not what freedom of speech would be happy with!

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Posted in: Ukrainian singer Karol in Japan, says her country will rebuild See in context

> @Kyo wa heiwa dayo ne

You think Putin will return territory he's taken with a pretty little ribbon on top ?

No I don't, it might well be a bottle of vodka with a note that says: sorry! we all make mistakes.

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Posted in: Kim slams North Korea pandemic response; deploys army See in context

"..playing with his HANABI missiles.."

You're not suggesting he is the only one doing it, and the only one failing to tackle covid.

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Posted in: Ukrainian singer Karol in Japan, says her country will rebuild See in context

"Isn't Putin the only one who needs to be convinced of that for peace to return?"

We need both eyes to see the picture more clearly.

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Posted in: Ukrainian singer Karol in Japan, says her country will rebuild See in context

Ukraine Ms Carol will be free and well again for sure, but the sooner we call and sing for peace, the greater the chance to be back to normal in time.. it doesn't have to be more bloody and cruel.

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Posted in: Sweden, Finland take steps toward NATO membership See in context

It's getting messier!

Instead of trying reason, we're making weapons out of countries concerns.

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