The University of Dammam represented by the Deanship of Admissions and Registration is pleased to announce the opening of electronic … Continue Reading University of Dammam external scholarships grants
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While, in my opinion, it’s still too early to attempt to gauge President Buhari’s performance, even so, it might not … Continue Reading On President Buhari’s new (dis) appointments
Until a more comprehensive justification is evident, I actually can’t conceptualise the justice at play in Egypt! In July 2013, … Continue Reading Justice at play in Egypt: Mohammed Morsi sentenced to death
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The 5-year-old boy discovered an over 100 million-year-old dinosaur fossil while playing with his father behind a supermarket in Texas, … Continue Reading A 5-year-old boy discovered over 100-million year dinosaur
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I found this story from the CNN Freedom Project very touching and therefore decided to share with you over here. Kieu, … Continue Reading Sold by their mothers: The child sex trade in Cambodia by Lisa Cohen, CNN
The 1st Global Conference on Technology in Language Learning 2015 (GLIT2015) focuses on the application of technology in language learning, … Continue Reading 1st global conference on technology in language learning 2015
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Grabbing my usual early-morning breakfast in front of the TV and taking hold of the day headlines before jumping out of … Continue Reading Al Qaeda member turned spy: The story of Aimen Dean
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Esther Okade, one of the UK’s youngest university students, is studying for a maths degree with the Open University. She … Continue Reading A 10-year-old Maths prodigy enrols on a degree course in the UK
We are pleased to announce the 10th Lancaster University International Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics and Language Teaching which will take … Continue Reading Lancaster Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics
The worst and most dangerous mistake a country could make is to politicise its defence system. Two or three things … Continue Reading The gallantry of Captain Sagir on Ekiti vote
Given the experience Nigeria has gone through in the last six years of present administration, characterised by a high deterioration … Continue Reading A lesson to take home: An interview with Asari Dokubo