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Three Things to Know About the Fires Blazing Across the Amazon Rainforest The latest fire forecast from the European Union's Copernicus satellite. (Copernicus EU) By Meilan Solly - smithsonian.com - August 22, 2019 Since January, a staggering 74,155 fires have broken out across Brazil, the country’s National Institute for Space Research (INPE) reported
Joemer Dulatre (Joe-mer Doo-la-tray) is a Philippine native with aspirations of becoming an action superstar in the Hollywood business industry. With visual inpirations from Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan & Jet Li, Joemer's upbringing has led him to obtain his black belt in martial arts at the age of 13. Residing
Sri Lanka Attacks: 'International network' linked to bombings A wave of bombings that killed 290 people in Sri Lanka on Sunday was carried out with the support of an international network, officials said. The government has blamed a little-known local jihadist group, National Thowheed Jamath, although no-one has yet admitted carrying out
Hundreds of lives have been lost and hundreds of homes have been burned since the start of 2019, raising questions again about the truth behind the violence occurring between Fulani Muslim herdsmen and predominantly Christian farmers in Nigeria’s Middle Belt. While conflicts between nomadic herdsmen and farmers in the Middle Belt
WASHINGTON – The State Department planned a press call for faith-based media Monday with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that excluded the traditional press. “This is not an open press event. We are sorry about any confusion,” a State Department spokeswoman told The Post. “The Department regularly engages in a broad array
By Donica Phifer via NEWS WEEK: Four women were convicted in federal court on Friday for charges related to leaving food and water for migrants that illegally cross into the United States. The women — Natalie Hoffman, Oona Holcomb, Madeline Huse and Zaachila Orozco-McCormick — are all members of the humanitarian