Tag: Video Report

December 7, 2019

Good News

A Museum in Washington D.C. dedicated to Palestine Causes and highlights the Palestine Culture and Heritage. A special report Drones are being used as a new weapon in the fight against Malaria on the island of Zanzibar. In the village of Cheju in particular, drones are spraying a silicone-based liquid on large stretches of stagnant …

Afghan Activists Hold Vigil in Hono...

Dozens of Afghan activists participated in a candlelight vigil Thursday near the Japanese Embassy in Kabul to mourn for Tetsu Nakamura, a physician and longtime aid worker who was fatally shot with five other people in eastern Afghanistan this week

Video News Digest

Serbian activists held a “protest performance” in Belgrade, demanding better institutional protection for women from violence….Hundreds of supporters of Russian activist blogger Yegor Zhukov greeted him on the steps of a Moscow courthouse after he received a three-year suspended sentence for inciting extremism

December 6, 2019

Mix and Match

The largest concentration of black African churches outside of Africa can be found in South London. Each week, about 20,000 people attend one of the mostly Pentecostal churches in the city…The number of new international student enrollments in the U.S. has declined for a straight third year, according to the Institute for International Education.

Good News

We selected two stories the first one about a MMA fighter of Cambodian decent is using her fighting career to reconnect with the country that her mother told her about when she was a child and the second one about a team of researchers at Texas A&M University is working on — to look at brain waves that correlate to different human emotions and ultimately teach that to an autonomous vehicle

December 5, 2019

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

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 …

December 4, 2019

Turkish Incursion Raises New Fears ...

The U.S. pullout from Syria and Turkey’s offensive into Syria has shaken the already unstable region, and minority religious groups in the region are particularly worried about a possible resurgence of Islamic State

Uzbek Energy Crisis Sparks Protests

Uzbeks say the country is experiencing one of its worst energy crises, with cars lining up all night for LPG fuel and homes without gas or power


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