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The people of Nicaragua face persecution and deadly attacks at the hands of the Ortega government as they protest for justice and peace. Fr. Raul Zamora, a Nicaraguan clergyman, tells the story of attacks he witnessed at his parish in the capital, Managua.
2017 was the Year of Women. In 2017, we made our voices heard. In 2018, we will make waves.
As the global technology sector continues to innovate and grow, one industry is having significant impacts on both its entrepreneurs and those who use it.
Research continues to show that when women are supported in and encouraged to enter the workforce, national and local economies grow. The 2017 Global Entrepreneurship Summit, co-hosted by the United States and India, will focus on women's entrepreneurship. The theme "Women First, Prosperity for All" amplifies the importance of female participation to boost economies across the globe.
Holocaust survivor Irene Weiss shared her story at the July 2018 Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom at the U.S. Department of State, the largest high-level gathering on religious freedom in history. She stresses the need for governments and religious groups to have respect for all faiths to ensure the story of the Holocaust is never repeated.
Veteran television anchor Richard Lui's career spans 30 years and includes covering humanitarian issues and people's stories across six continents. He is also the first Asian American to host his own cable television news show. This World Press Freedom Day, he provides tips for budding journalists in pursuit of a more transparent and knowledgeable world.
The Tennessee Democratic Party is in trouble. The status quo isn't working anymore, so let's try something new. Christopher Hale is ready to lead and deliver change in all 95 counties on day one.
This Women's History Month, America celebrates the female inventors who have broken barriers in science and technology to create today's common and critical inventions. Meet the inventors behind the modern refrigerator, the solar home, and data processing software.
Since the United Nations declared World Space Week in 1999, events have been held annually around the world to educate people both young and old about the potential and results of space exploration.
Energy sources in informal settlements like Seaview are often unreliable and can be dangerous to the lives and homes of residents. An energy company in Mandela Bay, South Africa is providing solar panels and work opportunities for residents to install a safer alternative energy source.
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