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April 17, 2019

Zimbabwe Celebrates 39th Independen...

This Thursday, Zimbabwe’s president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, will preside over the country’s 39th independence celebrations

Tech Toys No Longer a Trend, They&#...

Tech toys used to be their own category at the toy store, but just as technology has become unavoidable in day-to-day life, so too has it become more integrated into toys for children

Parisians and Tourists Flock to See...

A day after Paris’ Notre Dame Cathedral was transformed into an inferno, hundreds of millions of dollars have already been pledged to rebuild one of the world’s most iconic monuments. Precious objects it housed have been saved

Young Albino Woman in Rwanda Gains ...

A young Rwandan woman, who is an albino, has appeared in a music video that has attracted widespread attention and has helped alleviate the fears and stigma attached to albinos in Africa

April 16, 2019

Sending Data Via Light

Most wireless communications use RF or radio frequency communications to send data back and forth. But all that information can slow things down. One National Science Foundation supported researcher is using light to send information

Myanmar Land Law Threatens to Crimi...

In Myanmar, decades of conflict and displacement have left swathes of land abandoned and undocumented, especially in the ethnic regions. In 2012, the Vacant, Fallow, and Virgin Lands Management law was enacted, classifying about one third of Myanmar’s land as such – and instructing land dwellers to register the land they were occupying or using to obtain a 30 year permit

Health Measles TV

The number of measles cases in the United States has soared to more than 460, the highest number since 1991. More than half of the cases are in New York, where 21 people had to be hospitalized, five of them in intensive care

American General: US ‘Not Win...

An already bad situation in the West African nation of Burkina Faso appears to be getting worse. This month alone more than 60 people have died in ethnic clashes inflamed by Islamist extremists seeking to gain a stronghold in the Sahel

Black Horror Films a Platform on So...

Jordan Peele’s recent horror blockbuster, Us, follows his directorial debut in 2017 with the Oscar-winning horror film, Get Out

US & Venezuelan Doctors Team Up...

Doctors from the United States and Venezuela are working together to help patients in Venezuela

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