Month: April 2019

April 20, 2019

How The Smallest Bears “Talk&...

One of the key components of empathy is what scientists call facial mimicry. It seems complicated, but is as simple as smiling when someone smiles at you- VOA NEWS Featured Image:Sun Bear by Jake Heckey is Licensed Under Pixabay License 0

Venezuelans Struggle With Water Sho...

Venezuelans continue to suffer long power outages and the lack of electricity means water stops flowing to many residences. Without a steady supply of water, some residents in Caracas have- VOA NEWS Featured Image: Drop of Water by Jani Ravas is Licensed Under CC0 Public Domain 0

How Columbine Changed US Response t...

Twenty years ago this month two student y killed 13 people at Columbine High School near Denver, Colorado. It was one of the first mass shootings at a U-S school and it changed how schools and law enforcement prepare to confront an active shooter

April 19, 2019

Female Politicians Aim to Secure Se...

In the ongoing elections in India, two regional parties have created a stir because of the number of women they’ve chosen as candidates. The Trinamool Congress has fielded 40 percent women contestants and 33 percent of the candidates for the Biju Janta Dal are women

NASA Launches Chicago Planetarium...

Data that sheds light on those circumstances is gathered by a small electronic device called “ThinSat” designed to orbit the Earth. It is developed not by high-paid engineers and software programmers, but by Chicago-area students like Guerra

UN Interpreters a Responsible and P...

Translating from six official languages and convert it into the relevant language with proper and appropriate words needs oral skills and proper education.A team of a six language requires 14 interpreters three per booth for Arabic and Chinese

Ghanian Rapper Turned Director Taps...

A new film called “The Burial of Kojo” is a tale of family tensions with an overlay of magical realism. Set in Ghana, it is the first feature from Blitz Bazawule, a Ghana-born rapper and director

Women Are Increasingly Drawn to the...

Many ethnic Rakhines believe they have been sold short on benefits they should have received as part of the central government’s natural resources and infrastructure deals with Myanmar’s larger neighbors — chiefly pipelines that export their state’s oil and natural gas to China and a massive transportation corridor to ship cargo from India to Rakhine’s Sittwe seaport and then on to northeast India via river and highway routes

Zimbabwe President: Time to Talk Ab...

Local resident Melwa Ngwenya says a recent decision by the government of current President Emmerson Mnangagwa to allow victims in shallow or mass graves to be reburied is not something to celebrate on this Independence Day

Violence in Burkina Faso Wreaks Hav...

Burkina Faso is facing massive internal displacement because of violence. The United Nations reports more than 100,000 people have been displaced this year in the West African nation

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