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  • Too soon? Schools reopen in the U.S.

    Indianapolis, United States of America Current Affairs 14 Aug 2020

    Indiana districts are among the first in the U.S. to open schools to in-person education. Two students and two staff members have already tested positive yet more districts are still planning to open in the next two weeks. From the front lines, a perspective from parents, teachers and... Read more

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    South Sudan: How covid-19 rips children of their education

    Juba, South Sudan Health & Fitness 14 Aug 2020

    Across the globe some children are continuing with learning through online programs giving hope in the particular country of a good future for children. In South Sudan it’s not. Its unclear when schools will be opened following their total closer in April as a result of the covid-19 outbreak. Yet... Read more

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    Mobile Journalism can revamp a medium business model

    Milano, Italy Media Training 15 Aug 2020

    As a mobile Journalism expert, producer and consultant, I can describe, with articles, video and multimedia content, how mobile journalism can revamp or rebuilt a medium that is suffering in these times. I can deliver also mojo training for the client. In Italian, English, French and Spanish. Read more

  • 100,000 Brazilians Die

    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Breaking News 15 Aug 2020

    Early Saturday, August 8 100 crosses were placed in the sand of Copacabana Beach in homage to the 100,000 Brazilians who are dead as a result of COVID-19. Rio De Paz, a Rio based NGO, staged this protest against the perceived incompetence of the Brazilian Government’s mis-handling of the pandemic.... Read more

  • Barcelona sees a resurgence in cases of coronavirus infection and returns to confinement

    Barcelona, Spain Breaking News 16 Aug 2020

    Just one month after the end of the state of alarm in Spain, coronavirus infections are increasing greatly in Spain, especially around Barcelona. In this project we will analyze -mostly talking with experts- what went wrong to trace and detect the virus after confinement was erased, in order to see... Read more

  • Corona virus on animals detected in Marsabit

    Marsabit, Kenya Current Affairs 17 Aug 2020

    Three people have been confirmed to have contracted MERS-COV in Marsabit, a disease caused by a novel coronavirus that affects camels The health department said,the research is ongoing on the adverse effects of the virus that has raised concerns among the Pastoralists communities Those who... Read more

  • Democratic National Convention - Milwaukee, US

    Milwaukee, United States of America Politics 24 Aug 2020

    Joe Biden could be the next U.S. President -- and his journey officially starts August 16th-20th in Milwaukee, at the Democratic National Convention. I live just a half hour from the venue - the "Wisconsin Center", where he'll accept the nomination - so I don't need any travel expenses. I'm... Read more

  • Rebuild Africa Initiative needs your assistance to see light

    Harare, Zimbabwe Business, Finance, Current Affairs, Arts & Books, Entertainment & Celebrity, Cultural, 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 Business, Breaking News, 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

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    Why is it still not a good idea to travel to Brazil these days of COVID-19?

    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Travel 31 Aug 2020

    Some airline companies have resumed their flights to Brazil. It seems an invitation to those dreaming to come to the biggest and most famous South American country, but in fact it must be seen with precaution. Localized lockdowns continue to varying degrees. Restrictions still vary from city to... Read more

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    COVID-19, AFRICA NEWEST CASH COW FOR THE RICH AS CHILDREN OF THE HOI POLOI FACE STARVATION

    Nairobi, Kenya Investigative Reporting 31 Aug 2020

    As the cases of Covid-19 continue to rise with daily records going beyond 500 people, there is a clique that is mopping the Covid-19 cash. Funds from donor organizations, government allocations as well as grants are finding ways into the pockets of the bourgeoisie, it is not bad at all in Kenya it... Read more

  • Beirut: 159 dead, over 6,000 injured and 300,000 homeless.

    Beirut, Lebanon Breaking News 31 Aug 2020

    The explosion that ripped through Beirut Port Tuesday, transformed the capital into a disaster-stricken city, killing more than 159 people, injuring over 6,000 and leaving about 300,000 people homeless. Read more

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

    Harare, Zimbabwe Business, Finance, Politics, Current Affairs, Technology, Science & Environment, Natural Disasters, Film & Theatre, Entertainment & Celebrity, Sports, Food & Drink, Music, War Reporter, Health & Fitness, Medical, Paranormal, Media Training, Investigative Reporting, Research, Risk Analysis, Social, Cultural, Training, Travel, 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

  • Looking for freelance Journalism Jobs

    Harare, Zimbabwe Business, Breaking News, Climate Change 15 Sep 2020

    I am a freelance Journalist based in Harare Zimbabwe seeking for International News Agencies I can freelance for . For more information email enosdenhere@outlook.com Whatsapp +263773894975 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

  • Coronavirus U.S. updates / Summer gatherings

    Chicago, United States of America Current Affairs 30 Sep 2020

    I'm available for outdoor live shots (I shoot them myself through Skype) at public places, like beaches, where health officials are worried the coronavirus will spread, and I can update the rapidly-changing re-opening plans in the states, hospitalizations and case numbers. I also shoot my own video,... Read more

  • Chicago's spiraling gun violence

    Chicago, United States of America Current Affairs 30 Sep 2020

    Chicago's gun violence is roaring back to life after the coronavirus shut-down. Over the Independence Day weekend, at least 17 were killed and over 60 injured, despite an extra 1,200 officers on the streets. For three weekends in a row, young children have been killed. Why? The reasons, the... Read more

  • Maintaining culture in Covid age!

    Bordj Bou Arreridj, Algeria Cultural 30 Sep 2020

    Abdel-Razzaq Boukaba, Algerian writer, media and cultural activist who left Algiers the capital despite all its opportunities and returned to his hometown of Bordj Bou Arreridj (200 km east of Algiers) where he establishes the project of the "Cultural Cafe" which was cloned quickly in other... Read more

  • ISLAMIC COURT SENTENCES YOUNG SINGER TO DEATH

    Abuja, Nigeria Current Affairs 30 Sep 2020

    Nigerian singer sentenced to death for blasphemy • A Nigerian upper Sharia court has sentenced a 22 year old, singer, Yahaya Aminu to death for committing blasphemy. The court found him guilty of committing blasphemy through a song he circulated via WhatsApp in March, 2020. Mr Yahaya... 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

  • Trump sends heavily-armed agents to Chicago

    Chicago, United States of America Current Affairs 01 Oct 2020

    This could get ugly: You may have seen all the violent clashes in recent days in Portland, Oregon, involving demonstrators and federal agents sent in by President Trump from the Department of Homeland Security. Now.. on Trump's orders .. about 150 of them are heading to Chicago. These agents are... 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

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