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April 3, 2019

Historic Cities and Art Come To Lif...

Digital mapping technology has been around for awhile, but it’s only recently that it’s been applied to art history. University researchers are receiving grants from sources such as the Getty Foundation to build web applications for users to explore and research historic sites

Global Teacher Prize Winner Gets He...

Kenyan teacher Peter Mokaya Tabichi, who won the $1 million “Global Teacher Prize” from the Varkey Foundation, gets a heroic welcoming ceremony in his hometown of Keriko, in Nakuru County, Kenya

Exploring America’s Newest Na...

America’s National Parks System includes parks, monuments and conservation and historic sites. The federal agency – established in 1916 – is constantly changing. For instance, 26 parks it originally managed have been removed from its list of properties. Some (like Michigan’s Mackinac (Mac-kan-aw) Island Park) were transferred to state holdings, and others (like South Carolina’s Castle Pinckney Monument) were found to be too expensive to maintain

Kenya’s Garissa University Marks ...

Kenya’s Garissa University on Tuesday marked four years since an al-Shabab militant attack claimed 148 lives, most of them students. While the Somali terrorist group has claimed assaults since then, it remains their deadliest attack inside Kenya

April 2, 2019

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UN General Assembly Meets on Elimin...

Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey, addresses the General Assembly meeting on the elimination of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance

More Aid Getting to Cyclone-Hit Moz...

Two weeks after Cyclone Idai slammed into Mozambique, some towns remain all but inaccessible because roads and bridges have been washed away. The situation has slowed the delivery of desperately-needed food and medicine

Tymoshenko Claims Election ‘F...

The election results mirrored three separate exit polls, which showed Zelenskyy, who portrays a teacher-turned-president in a television series, with at least 30 percent. All the polls put Poroshenko in second with about 18 percent, while Tymoshenko followed with around 14 percent

UN Report: More than 113 Million Pe...

The FAO report says that 2018 was the third consecutive year in which the number of people facing all levels of food insecurity topped the 100 million mark, although it was slightly better than 2017’s number of 124 million people. The study said some countries were less affected by severe weather events such as drought and flooding

New Zealand’s New Gun Control Law...

The bill, which passed 119-1, bans military-style semi-automatic rifles and automatic assault rifles like the weapons used in the March 15 attack on the al-Noor and Linwood mosques in Christchurch that left 50 worshippers dead. Police Minister Stuart Nash said the massacre revealed that far too many New Zealanders have access to dangerous guns


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