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Eradicating Polio: Saving Lives Drop by Drop (by Tooba Masood for The Express Tribune)

We do not hear enough about those individuals, especially women, who do all they can to help others despite the fact that their work puts them at great personal risk. 121 more words

Royals: Saudi Prince's Rare Bird Hunt Triggers Outrage in Pakistan

Attention Royal Watchers! A bloody, rare bird hunt in Pakistan by Saudi Prince Fahad bin Sultan bin Abdul-Aziz Al-Saud has triggered outrage among Pakistanis… 165 more words


Tarek Fatah opens up about Slavery and Islam

One of the greatest evils ever perpetrated by any nation was the American chattel slavery system.

Hardly any American disagrees with the above statement, and in fact it is a sentiment nearly ubiquitous in our society (as it should be). 223 more words

Cell Phones Could Help Millions in Developing Countries To Read

A UNESCO study released Wednesday says that hundreds of thousands of people in developing countries are using their mobile phones to read, suggesting that mobile technology could help tackle illiteracy and boost access to educational and reading material. 241 more words

Slavery by Consent

Thirst is a very forceful sensation. It takes your mind off from your work, distracts you such that you look around for ways to quench it. 1,185 more words


PRESS RELEASE : Conference at the Sanctuaire du Saint-Sacrement - The persecuted Church, today...?

Robert Lalonde, ACN Canada

Translated by Amanda Bridget Griffin

Montreal, Wednesday April 23, 2014 – Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) Canada, in partnership with the… 595 more words

ACN Canada