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Global Newsstand: Bangladesh has an opportunity to take the lead in disaster relief, and more

The Daily Star / Dhaka, BangladeshBangladesh has an opportunity to take the lead in helping with disaster relief

“The massive cyclone Idai that devastated Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe [from March 4 to March 21] has destroyed 90 percent of Beira, the second biggest city in Mozambique...,” writes Saleemul Huq. “The Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, has called a Climate Summit in

The National / Abu Dhabi, United Arab EmiratesThe search for solving income inequality is a global issueKathimerini / Athens, GreeceAlternative lodging options are a double-sided coin for the local economyDaily Monitor / Kampala, UgandaPain should not be used as a motivator for studentsThe Royal Gazette / Hamilton, BermudaGlobalism reveals the inequity that small island nations face

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