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December 5, 2019

World’s Oldest Female Trapeze Art...

Betty Goedhart – a resident of the state of California – isn’t the retiring type. In fact, the 86-year-old found a hobby where she flies through the air, apparently without a care in the world. But Goedhart says the hobby has helped her deal with one of this toughest times of her life

Disabled Jewish and Arab Children T...

The Alyn Pediatric Rehabilitation Hospital in Jerusalem offers innovative therapies for children with serious injuries. They treat children (and parents) from diverse national, cultural, and religious backgrounds, preparing them to cope with their special needs in their home communities

Missing Uyghur Tech Company Owner C...

Mass incarcerations in the XUAR, as well as other policies seen to violate the rights of Uyghurs and other Muslims, have led to increasing calls by the international community to hold Beijing accountable for its actions in the region

Report: US Life Expectancy Declines

A new study is sounding the alarm on the decline in life expectancy in the United States. Based on the data analysis report, life expectancy had increased by almost 10 years over the course of nearly six decades – from close to 70 years old to just shy of 79 years – but it has dropped for 3 consecutive years since 2014

Uganda’s Museveni Criticized ...

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni led a march against corruption Wednesday, but critics were quick to dismiss the march as a publicity stunt. Uganda has one of the worst rankings in the world for corruption, with activists pointing fingers at the highest levels of government

Dogs Might Teach Us How to Age in G...

Bleak news from the Centers for Disease Control shows that Americans are dying younger and that life expectancy in the U.S. is down. It might be time to call dogs to the rescue. VOA’s Carol Pearson reports that research on dogs may help us reverse the aches and pains of aging~VOA NEWS We Do Believe …

Despite Rebel Peace, Journalists in...

Three years had passed since the Colombian government signed a peace agreement with the revolutionary armed forces FARC. After years of conflict, Colombians thought this agreement would change the country for the better. Nevertheless, the process is still ongoing and a new wave of violence against local leaders and journalists is erupting in different parts of the country

December 4, 2019

US Military Aims to Stop Drugs, Imp...

Surging violence by criminal gangs in Central America has led to an increase of asylum seekers at the southern U.S. border. As local authorities in Honduras and El Salvador struggle to counter the gangs and drug smugglers, the U.S. military is trying to help

Prominent Uyghur Activist Dies Days...

As a cofounder of the Students Cultural Scientist Union at Xinjiang University along with WUC President Dolkun Isa, Ababekri organized a June 1988 student protest in reaction to Chinese discrimination against Uyghurs, which also called for an end to nuclear tests in the XUAR, democratic elections, and the halt of mass migration of majority Han Chinese to the region, the WUC said in a statement on Nov. 27

Bangladesh Bars Rohingya Children f...

More than 1 million displaced people have been living at sprawling refugee camps in Bangladesh’s southeastern Cox’s Bazar district, including about 740,000 stateless Rohingya who fled their homes in neighboring Rakhine state in late August 2017

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