by Lilian Efobi Disinformation now permeates contemporary conflicts and has terrible effects on people, groups, and society at large. This article investigates the motivations behind the dissemination of false information during conflicts, looking at the psychological, social, and political aspects that influence these behaviours and emphasizing the necessity for focused efforts to lessen its negative …

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by Samara Ali It’s the beginning of March 2020, and amid the excitement of a mundane school break, children are directed to gather for a school-wide assembly. “You are all requested to return to your homes until further notice. Your school schedule and study materials will be communicated to you in due course,” announced the …

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by Cody Mitchell A recent Australian study has found that screen usage could be depriving average three-year-olds of more than 1100 adult words each day—a dramatic interference with the early language learning process. While there is some evidence that screen time can help children develop certain skills—like problem solving—there is also evidence that it wreaks …

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by Victor Okechukwu Chimezie Social media refers to the means of interactions among people in which they create, share, and/or exchange information and ideas in virtual communities and networks. Various social media platforms include Facebook, X(Twitter), LinkedIn, WhatsApp, Telegram, Instagram, Tiktok, Snapchat etc. Social media has recently become a very powerful tool to sell a …

Urgent Need For Peacebuilding through the Social Media Read More »

by Tshwanelo Fokazi Facebook was founded in 2004, but it became popular in 2008 when it started to overtake Myspace as the most visited social media website. As Facebook gained fame on the Internet, Myspace faded into insignificance. The reason Myspace failed, while Facebook succeeded is that Myspace and other forms of social network (chat …

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by Daniel Jack Following long-term safety concerns and cost considerations, the Australian government has grounded and planned the early retirement of the MRH-90 Taipan helicopter. This decision was prompted by a fatal crash on July 28, 2023, which tragically resulted in the deaths of the four crew members on board. In light of the grounding …

Ukraine Urges Australia to Donate Troubled Taipan Helicopter Fleet Read More »

by Lillian Efobi Quianna, a tech-savvy teenager with bold eyes, a curious mind, and a keyboard faster than lightning, found herself lost in the labyrinthine world of the Internet. It was a vibrant space, filled with endless possibilities to connect, create, and express herself. But recently, she encountered an online predator who tried to prey …

Quianna’s Quest: An Avenging Adventure for Online Safety Read More »

by Ainesh Dey and Jhanvi Jain Environmental Espionage in the Modern World: An Overview The premise of environmental espionage in the current geopolitical scenario cannot be overlooked, as environmental crises such as global warming, deforestation, and wildfires continue to shape global dynamics. Collaborating to find solutions to these crises at a global level is crucial, …

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by Metolo Foyet The Tourism, Hospitality, and Event Management (THEM) industry is a dynamic and multifaceted sector focused on providing memorable experiences to travellers and event attendees. With a major contribution to global economies, driven by the diverse needs and preferences of customers for leisure, business, and special events, THEM encompasses various businesses, including hotels, …

AI-Powered Tourism: Your Path to a Thriving Career Read More »