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    Japan cults target lonely college students isolated by pandemic

Japan cults target lonely college students isolated by pandemic

Chiba University has put up signs warning students to watch for cult recruiters. The sign reads: “Chiba University does not accept disguised religious recruiting.” SHIMPEI NAKAMURA, Nikkei staff writerMarch 21, 2021 15:01 JST TOKYO — Cults and other dubious groups are approaching university students who feel lonely and isolated by the ongoing closure

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    5G Webinar touches on geopolitics and disinformation

5G Webinar touches on geopolitics and disinformation

26 March 2021 “Fake news” is not just a problem of misleading or false claims on fringe websites, it is increasingly filtering into the mainstream and has the potential to be deeply destructive. This was elucidated earlier this year, when Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies, Stella Ndabeni Abrahams, issued

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    The book reading culture surges during lockdowns

The book reading culture surges during lockdowns

Elsewhere in the world, research has shown that reading books has surged during lockdown. In the UK for instance, a study conducted by Nielsen with a sample of 1000 uncovered

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    BAA SUSPEND ALL ACTIVITIES POST COVID 19

BAA SUSPEND ALL ACTIVITIES POST COVID 19

Botswana Athletics Association is currently engaging with relevant authorities in issues relating to hosting Athletics Activities/Competitions according to a press statement released earlier today.  The Association intends to take all

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    Spaceships and sex robots: 3 cults obsessed with aliens

Spaceships and sex robots: 3 cults obsessed with aliens

When you think of cults, a few things might spring to mind. Tragedy, like the Jonestown mass suicide, the deadly Branch Davidians fire at Waco, or the Aum Shinrikyo subway

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    Beekeeping for poverty eradication: a reality or wishful thinking in drought-prone Botswana?

Beekeeping for poverty eradication: a reality or wishful thinking in drought-prone Botswana?

Beekeeping in many African countries is hampered by management and climate change problems, but in Botswana, these setbacks seem deeply entrenched, making it difficult for the sector to play a

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