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Month: June 2019

June 18, 2019

Uganda’s Frontline Health Workers...

Ugandan Health officials and the World Health Organization are mobilizing against Ebola after it spread across the border from the outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Frontline workers are risking their lives to stop the deadly virus

Rodeo Time

Say hello to Denise Tyus, an African American cowgirl who’s been competing in rodeos for most of her adult life. We talk to her about the sport, the role African Americans have played in the old west, and ride along with her as she competes at the rodeo

June 17, 2019

Idlib Food Aid by World Food Progra...

Eight years of war in Syria have pushed millions of Syrians into hunger and poverty. The conflict has also displaced millions both inside and outside Syria

Use Social Media to Impact Others

Netizens should use social media for spreading awareness.In India netizens used these digital platforms for various noble causes such as during Kerala Flood, Me Too Movement,Crime Against Women, Domestic Violence and other issues

Haiti Journalists Demand Justice fo...

Petion Rospide, whose nickname was Douz, worked as a radio host for RSF (Radio Sans Fin) in the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince. He was shot and killed as he made his way home after reporting on anti-corruption protests on June 10

June 16, 2019

Kong Protesters say Just Pausing Ex...

Hong Kongers again took to the streets in massive numbers Sunday to protest a controversial extradition bill. The protest comes after Hong Kong authorities suspended the proposal indefinitely over public concerns it left people vulnerable to being sent to communist-controlled mainland China

Conflict and Climate Change Drive G...

Climate change it says is worsening the ability of people to get enough to eat. It says hunger is growing as crops and livelihoods in impoverished countries are wiped out by extreme flooding and drought

Homeowners Plant Trees to Help With...

An utility company that supplies electricity in the Washington, D.C., area has given away 1,000 free trees to residential customers with the goal of saving energy. Pepco is one of dozens of companies in America working with the nonprofit Arbor Day Foundation on the plan

Least 10 Imams Killed In Nangarhar ...

Almost a dozen religious scholars have been killed in attacks by unknown armed men in the eastern province of Nangarhar in the past two months, the provincial governor’s spokesman, Attaullah Khogyani said on Saturday. Khogyani said that no one has been arrested in connection to the killings. “Details of some cases have been shared by the …

From War-Torn Afghanistan to Design...

Ahmad Sarwari, 12 and an Afghan immigrant, dreams of working in Silicon Valley, and many say he has the talent to take him there

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