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  • Historic Agreement between Israeli company and UAE to fight Coronvirus

    Jerusalem, Israel Breaking News 07 Jul 2020

    Israel Aerospace Industries has signed a historic cooperation agreement with Group 42 of Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. The companies will collaborate in research and development to find solutions to help combat corona disease. Read more

  • Israeli company signs historic agreement with UAE to fight Coronavirus

    Jerusalem, Israel Technology 07 Jul 2020

    Israel Aerospace Industries has signed a historic cooperation agreement with Group 42 of Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. The companies will collaborate in research and development to find solutions to help combat corona disease. Read more

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    Summer campus give a break to parenting

    Barcelona, Spain Current Affairs 09 Jul 2020

    After a few months without schools, parenting become a difficult task, teaching, teleworking and homework all together. With summer campus parents can focus on their job and kids can play again with others kids. Nautic summer camp in Barcelona is very visual, kayak, sailing, paddle surf. The new... Read more

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    Ongoing Protest by the Youths in Nepal against the government's dull response in handling the coronavirus crisis.

    Kathmandu, Nepal Breaking News 10 Jul 2020

    Youths in Kathmandu have been staging protests against the government mishandling of the pandemic, demanding the expansion of testing, better quarantine facilities for returning migrant workers, expansion of medical capacity and ensuring safety for frontline health workers. As of now, more than... Read more

  • Growing your own food is the "New Normal"

    Mandaluyong, Philippines Current Affairs 10 Jul 2020

    Update: People growing their own food is part of the new normal. Many urban residence is starting to grow their own harvest inside their homes. The current pandemic has put many businesses and jobs to a halt to avoid the spread of CoViD-19. Urban farming not only promotes staying at home but it... Read more

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    Squatters in town

    Barcelona, Spain Current Affairs 14 Jul 2020

    Nowadays, living in empty properties is widespread in Spain. This situation is a hurdle for many people whose right to private property is unprotected: something many might believe is evidently unacceptable. Firstly, an owner of an apartment must pay exhaustive amounts of bills, taxes and anything... Read more

  • Home care unit working in a situation of extreme vulnerability amid the pandemic in Spain

    Barcelona, Spain Breaking News 15 Jul 2020

    A home care unit is working these days in a situation of extreme vulnerability; they work on the front lines and are not recognized as health workers. They have precarious wages, and they are seeing how the most vulnerable people are living the virus: people with mental health problems, dependent... Read more

  • Halfway in Haiti

    Indianapolis, United States of America Natural Disasters 18 Jul 2020

    The goal of Zanmi Fondwa is to build 40 homes in 3 years for the people of Fondwa, Haiti. July marks 18 months since the founder made this commitment, and the organization will soon be dedicating their 20th home with finances secured to build several more. While the pandemic has hampered some... Read more

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    How Qatar has been combating the corona virus pandemic as it prepares for the 2022 FIFA World Cup

    Doha, Qatar Medical 30 Jul 2020

    With the 2022 FIFA World Cup a little more than two years away, Qatar found itself in the unique and unexpected position of preparing for the tournament while joining the world in combating the rampaging COVID 19. How this country of fewer than 3 million people has been pushing on despite the... Read more

  • "Keeping a safe distance will be a problem": blind people during coronavirus

    Barcelona, Spain Breaking News 31 Jul 2020

    The complicated boundary for blind people during the de-escalation process after coronavirus lockdown. Miquel is a journalist and one of the voices of an Spanish radio station. Since the start of the health alert, he is working at home because he is in the risk group. There are around 73.000 blind... Read more

  • Thriving For Climate Resilient and Low Carbon Zimbabwe

    Harare, Zimbabwe Arts & Books 04 Aug 2020

    According to science almost 4.5 billion years ago, our planet formed from a cloud of gases. Those gases solidified. A thin outer crust formed, and an atmosphere developed. Since its birth, Earth has been morphing in ways big and small. And ever since the first inklings of life arose, some 3.8... Read more

  • COVID-19 sending “CLEAR” message on African Presidents to change the old fashioned mind sets.

    Harare, Zimbabwe Climate Change 04 Aug 2020

    Source Freelance Journalist- Enos Denhere 19/05/2020 COVID-19 sending “CLEAR” message on African Presidents to change the old fashioned mind sets. Will Africa arise after the Corona virus pandemic is over? The COVID-19 have exposed the misplaced priorities in the health and economy sectors in... Read more

  • Girl Child is more vulnerable to abuse during this period of COVID-19

    Harare, Zimbabwe Climate Change 10 Aug 2020

    The corona virus pandemic have made the girl child life to be more vulnerable to abuse than a boy a child. They are multitudes of young girls who have been severely traumatized by the abuse that has been inflicted upon them during the lock down. Some common forms of abuse are physical, verbal,... Read more

  • Rebuild Africa Initiative needs your assistance to see light

    Harare, Zimbabwe Breaking News 25 Aug 2020

    As Rebuild Africa our heart is bleeding for betterment of Africa. Africa once dubbed the black continent continues unabated its trend of not satisfying needs and aspirations of its especially the youths and it's underdeveloped citizens. The current nature of global conflict and the array of threats... Read more

  • Africa needs to go green

    Harare, Zimbabwe Climate Change 31 Aug 2020

    30 June 2020 Source Enos Denhere: Freelance Journalist Africa Needs To Go Green Will Africa arise after the Corona virus pandemic is over? Africa need to fully utilise the untapped wealth resources and fight corruption so that her people will not be vulnerable during difficult times. The... Read more

  • PLAN AHEAD ON HOW TO SUBDUE THE AFTER EFFECTS OF CORONA VIRUS PANDEMIC

    Harare, Zimbabwe Climate Change 31 Aug 2020

    Life is full of ups and downs. The COVID-19 has left many people miserable. People no longer know what to do to adapt to new world order .There is a big shift in terms of doing things. The tables have turned down. In many homes the people are having one/no meal a day especially in Africa. The clear... Read more

  • Early marriages in western kenya

    Nairobi, Kenya Cultural 01 Sep 2020

    Early Marriages in Rural Kenya and Informal Settings For a long period in my life, I struggled to understand why my parents never wanted my family to stay in our ancestral home except on vacations. My six siblings and I felt overly important each fortnight of the family vacation. We were the... Read more

  • COVID 19: Nigeria and China, Issues and Matters Arising....from Business and Economy Perspective.

    Abuja, Nigeria Current Affairs 25 Sep 2020

    Covid 19 : Nigeria and China, Issues and Matters Arising..... from Business and Economy perspective . Nigeria ranks the seven-largest country in the world, also the African largest market economy, its remains the most competitive destination for the establishment of medium and large... Read more

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    Munich Confronts its Nazi Past at the National Socialist Documentation Center

    München, Germany Cultural 30 Sep 2020

    The Braunes Haus, the building that housed Nazi party headquarters in Munich from 1930 to 1945, in fact no longer exists; it was destroyed by Allied forces after the war. But precisely at the site where it once stood, the National Socialist Documentation Center represents Munich's final coming to... Read more

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    Strolling Through History: A Walking Tour to Remember Munich's Nazi Past

    München, Germany Cultural 30 Sep 2020

    The name of Munich's most successful walking-tours company, "Stattreisen" is a play on German words that mean something most closely translatable as "alternative trips". The message is clear: on a "Stattreisen" walking tour you will experience the Bavarian capital in unusual ways, with... Read more

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    "Blindgänger" (Unexploded Bombs in Germany) - Blasts from the Past

    München, Germany Cultural 30 Sep 2020

    For countless reasons, World War II is present in the German psyche and memory for many people in the general population on almost a daily basis. Cities like Berlin and Dresden, for example, still have eerily empty spaces in the middle of town, where it is obvious that some edifice once stood there... Read more

  • Enric Duran: the Robin Hood of the banks

    Barcelona, Spain Social 30 Nov 2020

    I'm a freelance journalist based in Barcelona, and I'm looking for media interested on publishing this story: Enric is a Catalan activist who in 2008 announced that, through a false payroll and a fictitious trade, he got loans from 39 financial institutions for a total of 492,000 euros -almost half... Read more

  • Coverage Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Sarajevo-Tuzla-Bihac (Bosnia and Herzegovina) Current Affairs 30 Dec 2020

    Good morning, I'm a freelance journalist based in Barcelona. During march I will be in Bosnia and Herzegovina to write some reportages -also with video and photos. -I will go to the Bosnian-Croatian border to see the situation of migrants trapped at EU gates. Specifically, Croatia's returns to... Read more

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    Poor Infrastructures in Our Basic Schools

    Ayensuano,Ghana Social 30 Dec 2020

    The Yaw Donkor D/A Basic school in Yaw Donkokrom within bepoase, an electoral area in Ayensuano district has a population of 160 pupils with a three unit classroom block. The three unit classroom is shared among the primary and junior high level creating unconducive environment for teaching and... Read more

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    People and School children Get Stranded due to Absence of a Footbridge on the River

    Ayensuano,Ghana Social 30 Dec 2020

    People of Agyei Krom suffers to reach other communities as the log serving as a footbridge on the Ayensu River can cause a havoc if not rehabilitated.The only route to the communities educational facility hence when it rains,pupils have to either swim through the river or stays at home for... Read more

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    Germany's Stagecoach Inns

    Munich, Germany Food & Drink 31 Dec 2020

    The easiest way to find an excellent and atmospheric restaurant in Germany is to look for the main church in old town and village squares. Next to the church you will often find a large old building bearing the name "Gasthof zur Post." After the fifteenth-century founding of postal routes along the... Read more

  • "Tiny Homes" neighborhoods a big way to fight poverty/homelessness

    Chicago, United States of America Current Affairs 31 Dec 2020

    A pastor in Detroit, Rev. Faith Fowler, dreamed up a neighborhood that would be comprised of tiny homes, as a ticket out of poverty -- and today it's thriving. All the materials are donated -- pop star Jon Bon Jovi even donated $100,00 00 -- and Fowler is getting calls from neighborhood planners... Read more

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    Cloth fit for a King

    Bavaria, Germany Cultural 31 Dec 2020

    Volker Illimann was born into a family of textile manufacturers and is one of Europe's leading experts on historical fabrics. His expertise has made cloth reconstruction possible for exquisite furniture in many castles and palaces in Germany: in Potsdam, Würzburg, Munich... Not only does he know... Read more

  • world music, a vector of tolerance

    Olargues, France Music 31 Dec 2020

    The world music is a vector of encounter between the peoples. Many festivals in France and northern Africa present talented artists of the world. Music is a weapon against intolerance, racism and extremism. I present these artists in my video packages and extracts of their performance. Read more

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    All Around the Chiemsee: The Bavarian Sea (travel story, Germany)

    München, Germany Cultural 31 Dec 2020

    Article proposal: All Around the Chiemsee: the Bavarian Sea (An article could be about the Chiemsee (Chiem Lake) as a whole, or about only one aspect of it or particular site, as you prefer.) The Chiemsee is Germany’s third largest lake with over 60 kilometers of shoreline and is located less... Read more

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