“A newspaper’s primary office is the gathering of news. At the peril of its soul it must see that the supply is not tainted.” CP Scott 1921

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You'll find information on the latest top stories, politics, economy, Sci-Tech, entertainment and more. We also invite the submission of serious opinion articles.

Our site is committed to promoting independent thought, free expression and a sense of interconnectedness between communities worldwide.

With a focus on human rights and social responsibility, it is our goal to create awareness about the issues that affect our lives locally, nationally and internationally.

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We use two Creative Commons licences, which differ in whether the text can be adapted without permission.

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Most of our text features have a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence (CC BY 4.0), which means that the text can be adapted and republished without asking us for permission. It’s a licence that makes it easy for someone to put an article on their own website or blog, to translate it into another language, to abridge text to fit an available print space (so long as the fact that changes have been made to the original is acknowledged) or to excerpt for audiences who like reading 600 words instead of 3,000.

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We encourage magazines, newspapers, websites and blogs to take our content and reuse it. And we are happy for others to make a profit from our features, through advertising or subscriptions. In fact, we’d be delighted if our work helps media outlets. Global gathering is not responsible for the content of external sites.