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Junkee
A Different Type Of Detention: Portraits Of Life Beyond Manus And NauruThis is the alternative to Australia's cruelty. Around the beginning of last
A Different Type Of Detention: Portraits Of Life Beyond Manus And Nauru
Junkee / Posted 6 hours ago
This is the alternative to Australia's cruelty. Around the beginning of last year, Australia’s broadsheets were covered in crayon. With the Human Rights Commission’s Forgotten... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Priya Sayal: First step to improving palliative care: change its namefor me. But it’s not. What I have been most shocked about is our failure to pro
Priya Sayal: First step to improving palliative care: change its name
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 21 hours ago
for me. But it’s not. What I have been most shocked about is our failure to provide people with a dignified ending of their life. The public has been galvanized around a conversation about the legalization of medically assisted dying, an incredibly... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Guns, blast-proof bunkers, gardening: Preparing for the end of the world in Idahosolar flare that creates an electromagnetic pulse that knocks out the nation's
Guns, blast-proof bunkers, gardening: Preparing for the end of the world in Idaho
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
solar flare that creates an electromagnetic pulse that knocks out the nation's electric grid and all computers, sending the country into darkness and chaos - perhaps forever. "The list is long; the concerns are many," said Glenn Martin, who lives... Read more
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The New Statesman
Welcome to the zoo: what it feels like to report a presidential campaignas political actors – just like the stage. For two weeks, in two cities, I met
Welcome to the zoo: what it feels like to report a presidential campaign
The New Statesman / Posted yesterday
as political actors – just like the stage. For two weeks, in two cities, I met almost nobody who was local. The town centres had been cleared and scrubbed for the event, the local tramps and beggars ungently encouraged to move on. Often, even... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Minister opens new centreThe country’s largest air force base has “a one stop for care and transition” f
Minister opens new centre
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted yesterday
The country’s largest air force base has “a one stop for care and transition” for Canadian Armed Forces members returning from deployment, or transitioning into civilian life. Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan cut the ribbon for the Integrated... Read more
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BBC News
Yellow fever vaccination in DR Congo's capital Kinshasaone-fifth doses of the vaccine. This smaller dose still provides protection fro
Yellow fever vaccination in DR Congo's capital Kinshasa
BBC News / Posted 3 days ago
one-fifth doses of the vaccine. This smaller dose still provides protection from yellow fever for a year, but not for life, as with a full dose. This emergency approach is backed by the World Health Organization. Image caption Vaccination... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Rights for women were hard-fought and must be preserved, improved: Aline Wongfemale Chancellor in Singapore's educational history. She went On the Record w
Rights for women were hard-fought and must be preserved, improved: Aline Wong
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 4 days ago
female Chancellor in Singapore's educational history. She went On the Record with Bharati Jagdish about her past political life, women’s rights and politics today. But first, they spoke about what brought her to Singapore from Hong Kong all those... Read more
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Business Wire
Takeda Announces Bold, New Access to Medicines Strategythe launch of a bold, new Access to Medicines (AtM) strategy, aimed at increasi
Takeda Announces Bold, New Access to Medicines Strategy
Business Wire / Posted 5 days ago
the launch of a bold, new Access to Medicines (AtM) strategy, aimed at increasing access to its innovative and potentially life-saving medicines for patients with some of the highest unmet medical needs. For decades, the company has provided... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
'I just want to give them free stuff' - Steven Adams back in NZliving, it was instead the joy of incremental personal progress that kept him i
'I just want to give them free stuff' - Steven Adams back in NZ
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
living, it was instead the joy of incremental personal progress that kept him in the sport. At a "bad spot" in his life, basketball allowed Adams to grow, eventually flourishing from an oversized and unmotivated kid into one of the best... Read more
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Daily Mail
Migrants stuck in Milan 'bottleneck' demand access to central EuropeInterior He admitted the city needed an 'intervention' as it struggled to hand
Migrants stuck in Milan 'bottleneck' demand access to central Europe
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Interior He admitted the city needed an 'intervention' as it struggled to handle the influx and was later assured by the country's defence minister that a disused barracks could be used for temporary accommodation. The Italian press talked grimly... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tackling the Bay's growing child obesity problemall our shoulders, according to a new report. And experts say failure to addres
Tackling the Bay's growing child obesity problem
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
all our shoulders, according to a new report. And experts say failure to address the issue could threaten everyone's health care. The first-ever detailed data by local health officials shows how big some of our smallest neighbours have become. A... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
How opioid abuse takes a rising financial toll on Canada’s health-care systemand overdose deaths have risen in recent years, so too has spending on drug-add
How opioid abuse takes a rising financial toll on Canada’s health-care system
The Globe and Mail / Posted 8 days ago
and overdose deaths have risen in recent years, so too has spending on drug-addiction treatments – and provincial health-care systems are picking up the tab. Karen Howlett investigates With research by Matthew McClearn Spending on drugs to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Touching Lives Across the Globe Our Greatest Achievement At 20 - Sahara Group's Tonye Colemuch more through collaboration with local, regional and global organisations t
Touching Lives Across the Globe Our Greatest Achievement At 20 - Sahara Group's Tonye Cole
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
much more through collaboration with local, regional and global organisations that share our passion for bringing energy to life," He stated. Cole stated that Sahara was looking to upscale the reach and impact of its interventions in the countries... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Tackling Terrorism - the AUN Peace and Development Modelsaid when the university was established a little over a decade ago. We want st
Tackling Terrorism - the AUN Peace and Development Model
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
said when the university was established a little over a decade ago. We want students to know about the problems in their country and be prepared to solve them when they graduate. Little did we know that all of us would have to launch a massive... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Medical marijuana home-growers rejoice, but will their gardens survive legalization?go to work every day — at a pharmaceutical company, perhaps ironically — withou
Medical marijuana home-growers rejoice, but will their gardens survive legalization?
Calgary Sun / Posted 9 days ago
go to work every day — at a pharmaceutical company, perhaps ironically — without having panic attacks. “It’s changed my life,” he said. He has outfitted his basement with new wiring, ventilation and LED grow lights, but thinks he’ll make back... Read more
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asianage
Shanti Sadan, a ray of hope for the terminally-illState-of-the-art medical facilities are available in the country ensure people
Shanti Sadan, a ray of hope for the terminally-ill
asianage / Posted 9 days ago
State-of-the-art medical facilities are available in the country ensure people lead a healthy life, but there is hardly any place that caters to patients battling terminal stage of cancer or HIV/AIDS to allow them to die with dignity. In India, the... Read more
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The Hindu
‘Social equity must be prioritised. It’s not optional’her second book, In the Bonesetter’s Waiting Room, Dr. Prasad travels across In
‘Social equity must be prioritised. It’s not optional’
The Hindu / Posted 10 days ago
her second book, In the Bonesetter’s Waiting Room, Dr. Prasad travels across India, speaking to a diverse group of healthcare practitioners in order to present snapshots of the multidisciplinary medical systems at work in the country today. India... Read more
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express
Super asylum hostels housing more than 100 refugees coming to a town near YOUThe huge former Lilycross Care Centre (right) and migrants arriving in the UK f
Super asylum hostels housing more than 100 refugees coming to a town near YOU
express / Posted 10 days ago
The huge former Lilycross Care Centre (right) and migrants arriving in the UK from Europe.Related articles Why Brits won't slave on farms swamped by EU migrants 'Like picking onions from concrete': verdict on EU immigrants' job Separate buildings... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Behind closed doors: Rape and marriage in Singaporebehaved like an “uncivilised savage”. "Spousal violence should not and will no
Behind closed doors: Rape and marriage in Singapore
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 11 days ago
behaved like an “uncivilised savage”. "Spousal violence should not and will not be tolerated as a normal part of marital life," then-CJ Yong Pung How commented. He called an earlier sentence of a S$4,000 by the district judge "manifestly... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Calgary retains 5th place in annual ranking of world's major citiesCalgary retained its fifth-place position in an annual ranking of the world’s m
Calgary retains 5th place in annual ranking of world's major cities
Calgary Sun / Posted 11 days ago
Calgary retained its fifth-place position in an annual ranking of the world’s major cities for their quality of life, despite a recent spate of crime and a recession that has triggered high unemployment. For the seventh straight year, Calgary ranked... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Stroke a reality for one in sixalways do better. The deputy director attended the school's Acute Stroke Works
Stroke a reality for one in six
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 11 days ago
always do better. The deputy director attended the school's Acute Stroke Workshop on Thursday, alongside around 60 healthcare professionals and students. Dr Thompson said the day was all about looking at one of the key areas of brain injury in... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
An audience, an audience, my kingdom for an audiencewing ideals) And this: ...Political journalism of 50 years ago, in which a pr
An audience, an audience, my kingdom for an audience
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
wing ideals) And this: ...Political journalism of 50 years ago, in which a prime minister might have got round the whole country just by asking eight favoured journos round for a fireside chat, is no more, and will never return. Politicians will... Read more
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Daily Liberal
It is home and away for two new internscan spend one year studying in a regional area where they gain valuable skills,
It is home and away for two new interns
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 days ago
can spend one year studying in a regional area where they gain valuable skills, as well as an appreciation of healthcare delivery in the bush. These seven interns took up that offer, and along with 56 other Sydney Medical School students,... Read more
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Times of Malta
Battling the bulge - Malta has the worst obesity rate in the EUand fattening, meals. Obesity is not caused by one single factor – rather, it
Battling the bulge - Malta has the worst obesity rate in the EU
Times of Malta / Posted 12 days ago
and fattening, meals. Obesity is not caused by one single factor – rather, it is a combination of poor diets, sedentary lifestyles and a poor knowledge of what we eat. In much the same way, there is no single solution to the obesity crisis that... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
From ‘ulu’ town to ‘heartlands CBD’: What will it mean to live in Jurong?District masterplan’s inception, residents have enjoyed “added vibrancy” and gr
From ‘ulu’ town to ‘heartlands CBD’: What will it mean to live in Jurong?
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 13 days ago
District masterplan’s inception, residents have enjoyed “added vibrancy” and greater amenities whether in retail, healthcare or social services. The Jurong Gateway precinct includes a slew of shopping malls - JCube (previously Jurong... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
How Hospitals 'Kidnap' Mothers, Kids, Over Debtswhich was used by the Niger Delta militants to pursue their course, has become
How Hospitals 'Kidnap' Mothers, Kids, Over Debts
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
which was used by the Niger Delta militants to pursue their course, has become a big business even for hospitals across the country. Virtually on daily basis news reports from the media assault our collective conscience of hospitals, and health... Read more
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The New Statesman
Want a quick fix to homelessness? Reform private rentingthe top of a fire engine – his campaign’s new shtick. The crowd is so devoted,
Want a quick fix to homelessness? Reform private renting
The New Statesman / Posted 13 days ago
the top of a fire engine – his campaign’s new shtick. The crowd is so devoted, it draws comparisons with Monty Python’s Life of Brian, and Corbyn’s victory in the leadership vote on 24 September seems assured. But another struggle for supremacy... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
'Africa Should Adopt Palliative Care Services'Kampala — The Prime Minister, Dr Ruhakana Rugunda, has asked African health min
'Africa Should Adopt Palliative Care Services'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
Kampala — The Prime Minister, Dr Ruhakana Rugunda, has asked African health ministers to adopt palliative care services in their health systems to improve quality of care given to critically ill patients. Also referred to as pain relief, palliative... Read more
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The Age
The challenges of male friendshipsStudy of Ageing found that family relationships had little if any impact on lon
The challenges of male friendships
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
Study of Ageing found that family relationships had little if any impact on longevity, but friendships increased life expectancy by as much as 22 per cent. Consciously or otherwise, many men believe that talking about personal matters... Read more
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The Age
Before you give support to an overseas orphanage, read thisWinkler (seen here with Cambodian children in 2007) set up her own orphanage in
Before you give support to an overseas orphanage, read this
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
Winkler (seen here with Cambodian children in 2007) set up her own orphanage in Battambang, in the west of the country, before turning away from centre-based care for children, which she now calls a "trap". Photo: Supplied by Tara... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The challenges of male friendshipsStudy of Ageing found that family relationships had little if any impact on lon
The challenges of male friendships
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Study of Ageing found that family relationships had little if any impact on longevity, but friendships increased life expectancy by as much as 22 per cent. Consciously or otherwise, many men believe that talking about personal matters... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Before you give support to an overseas orphanage, read thisWinkler (seen here with Cambodian children in 2007) set up her own orphanage in
Before you give support to an overseas orphanage, read this
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Winkler (seen here with Cambodian children in 2007) set up her own orphanage in Battambang, in the west of the country, before turning away from centre-based care for children, which she now calls a "trap". Photo: Supplied by Tara... Read more
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Canberra Times
The challenges of male friendshipsStudy of Ageing found that family relationships had little if any impact on lon
The challenges of male friendships
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
Study of Ageing found that family relationships had little if any impact on longevity, but friendships increased life expectancy by as much as 22 per cent. Consciously or otherwise, many men believe that talking about personal matters... Read more
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Canberra Times
Before you give support to an overseas orphanage, read thisWinkler (seen here with Cambodian children in 2007) set up her own orphanage in
Before you give support to an overseas orphanage, read this
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
Winkler (seen here with Cambodian children in 2007) set up her own orphanage in Battambang, in the west of the country, before turning away from centre-based care for children, which she now calls a "trap". Photo: Supplied by Tara... Read more
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The New Statesman
In this week's magazine | Corbyn's revengethe top of a fire engine – his campaign’s new shtick. The crowd is so devoted,
In this week's magazine | Corbyn's revenge
The New Statesman / Posted 14 days ago
the top of a fire engine – his campaign’s new shtick. The crowd is so devoted, it draws comparisons with Monty Python’s Life of Brian, and Corbyn’s victory in the leadership vote on 24 September seems assured. But another struggle for supremacy... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
With 105 centres, govt spreads telemedicine network across countryA new telemedicine hub has been made operational near Sheshnag Lake in Jammu an
With 105 centres, govt spreads telemedicine network across country
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 14 days ago
A new telemedicine hub has been made operational near Sheshnag Lake in Jammu and Kashmir this month, taking the count of centres that provide life-saving treatment to people in remote areas of the country to 105. The treatment and consultation comes... Read more
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Weekly Times
Our central problemwork in no time but you will have to drive a long way to get to hospital — espe
Our central problem
Weekly Times / Posted 15 days ago
work in no time but you will have to drive a long way to get to hospital — especially for specialist treatment or intensive care. No prizes for guessing the first place is Melbourne — or any capital city for that matter — and the second is the... Read more
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dna
RSS is a misunderstood organisation: CM Devendra Fadnaviswith it. I always thought that I will dedicate myself to student politics and a
RSS is a misunderstood organisation: CM Devendra Fadnavis
dna / Posted 15 days ago
with it. I always thought that I will dedicate myself to student politics and activism for a few years and then pursue my career in law. I was involved in student elections but never wanted to get involved in politics. One day, a few people who... Read more
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CBC.ca
Should landlords be required to provide air conditioning during heat waves?particularly to the elderly and the homeless. So why aren't the most vulnerabl
Should landlords be required to provide air conditioning during heat waves?
CBC.ca / Posted 16 days ago
particularly to the elderly and the homeless. So why aren't the most vulnerable people in our society protected from life-threatening heat? More record temperatures Alan Hedge, a professor in the department of design and environmental... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Time for a fair deal for ageing populationfor a fair deal for ageing population IRELAND is facing an ageing crisis. Take
Time for a fair deal for ageing population
Irish Examiner / Posted 16 days ago
for a fair deal for ageing population IRELAND is facing an ageing crisis. Take a walk down any main street across the country in the coming years and the numbers of people over the age of 65 will have increased dramatically. In fact, the EU... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Address By Speaker Baleka Mbete (MP) On the Occasion of the National Youth Parliament, Walter Sisulu Hall, 29 June 2016Charter by contributing towards the reconstruction and development of our democ
Address By Speaker Baleka Mbete (MP) On the Occasion of the National Youth Parliament, Walter Sisulu Hall, 29 June 2016
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 days ago
Charter by contributing towards the reconstruction and development of our democratic South Africa, in many sectors of the country and the world. Indeed the struggle and sacrifices of the Youth of 1976 were not in vain. Your generation is growing... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Singapore football has gone wrong: R Vengadasalamsource of controversy. R Vengadasalam, however, is intent on transforming Sing
Singapore football has gone wrong: R Vengadasalam
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 17 days ago
source of controversy. R Vengadasalam, however, is intent on transforming Singapore’s struggling football scene. After a career managing several S.League clubs, he has put together a team to contest the upcoming elections for the leadership at... Read more
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Business Standard India
Alternative form of mental health care gains footholdSome of the voices inside Caroline White's head have been a lifelong comfort, a
Alternative form of mental health care gains foothold
Business Standard India / Posted 17 days ago
Some of the voices inside Caroline White's head have been a lifelong comfort, as protective as a favourite aunt. It was the others - "you're nothing, they're out to get you, to kill you" - that led her down a rabbit hole of failed treatments and over... Read more
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Unicef
Transforming the lives of Indonesian children with early childhood educationchildren with early childhood education By Kinanti Pinta Karana Early childho
Transforming the lives of Indonesian children with early childhood education
Unicef / Posted 18 days ago
children with early childhood education By Kinanti Pinta Karana Early childhood education builds a foundation for lifelong learning and development, helping children realize their full potential. With funding from the New Zealand... Read more
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iol.co.za
KZN NPOs count cost of funding cutsregions, while one was in Zululand and eight did not disclose their region. “C
KZN NPOs count cost of funding cuts
iol.co.za / Posted 19 days ago
regions, while one was in Zululand and eight did not disclose their region. “Can you imagine the impact on 200 centres if these are the results from 39 centres?” asked Lalita Harie, a task team member and executive director of Durban... Read more
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Brandon Sun
No evidence Trump provided child care services for employeesNEW YORK - When Donald Trump vowed this week to make child care more accessible
No evidence Trump provided child care services for employees
Brandon Sun / Posted 19 days ago
NEW YORK - When Donald Trump vowed this week to make child care more accessible and affordable, it was just the second time during his White House campaign that he's talked about an issue that affects millions of working Americans with young... Read more
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Northumberland Today
St. John Ambulance has first and “fur”-st aidpilot project in Peterborough in 1992. Now there are almost 3000 teams (dog and
St. John Ambulance has first and “fur”-st aid
Northumberland Today / Posted 19 days ago
pilot project in Peterborough in 1992. Now there are almost 3000 teams (dog and handler) in Canada. So far, we’re the only country, where SJA operates, that has T-Dog units! Ours is very busy. Teams regularly visit Northumberland Hills Hospital,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Living in CondominiumsOne of the key headaches for Addis Ababa and for other major urban centres resi
Living in Condominiums
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 days ago
One of the key headaches for Addis Ababa and for other major urban centres residents for that matter is the issue of housing. There are hundreds of thousands of people who are in search of adequate and affordable housing in Addis and other urban... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Week 15 August – 21 AugustAWARENESS WEEK 15 AUGUST – 21 AUGUST Next week marks Cystic Fibrosis Awareness
Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Week 15 August – 21 August
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 20 days ago
AWARENESS WEEK 15 AUGUST – 21 AUGUST Next week marks Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Week, with several events planned around the country to help raise funds for the Cystic Fibrosis community in New Zealand. Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is the most common... Read more
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New Kerala
As temperatures soar and taps run dry in war-ravaged Aleppo, UN warns of looming 'catastrophe' - newkerala.com #102865they can to help facilitate humanitarian access, he said: Fighting must stop ev
As temperatures soar and taps run dry in war-ravaged Aleppo, UN warns of looming 'catastrophe' - newkerala.com #102865
New Kerala / Posted 21 days ago
they can to help facilitate humanitarian access, he said: Fighting must stop everywhere. People, are suffering across the country, in Menbij, eastern Ghouta, Daraa, to name but a few. Politics must be put aside. We must do our duty as fellow human... Read more
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