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SUNS # 8891 Thursday 18 April 2019

Trade : Development and E-com free flow of data rules are incompatible (PRIV)
(Chakravarthi Raghavan, Geneva)
Digitalisation of national and g lobal economic activities is becoming more and more pervasive, and so are its imp acts on development, in particular the development of developing countries.

Opinion : Rethinking the World Trade Organisation (PRIV)
(Xavier Carim, Geneva)
In recent years the World Trade Organisat ion (WTO) has experienced a number of challenges.

United Nations : Nicaraguans "will not be silenced" (PRIV)
(IPS, New York)
A year since Nicaragua spiralled into a socio-political crisis, human rights leaders have called o n the country to refrain from violence and uphold the human rights of its citizen s.

Development : When youth take on the fight to defend rights (PRIV)
(IPS, Belgrade)
Abraham M. Keita says he was nine years old when a girl of thirteen was sexually assaulted and strangled in h is home community in Liberia.

Q&A : Achieving "togetherness" (PRIV)
(IPS, New York)
Increasingly facing restric tions and assault, civil society from around the world have come together to cele brate and promote people power.

Note to Readers : Holiday Notice (PRIV)
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Due to the Easter holidays in Europe, the next issue SUNS #8892 will appear on 23 April.

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