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Migrants disembarked in Spain

SPAIN. The ships Aquarius and Orione have docked in Valencia after being denied entrance into Malta and Italy. France say that they are welcome there. 284 more words

Immigration

England: Rest Camp at Knotty Ash

One hundred years ago today, on June 16, 1918, Grandpa disembarked the Caronia, one of nine ships in a convoy that carried American troops across the Atlantic. 455 more words

Concerns From Wildfire Residents Switches To Concerns Of Flooding

DURANGO, Colo. (CBS4) – Rain this weekend could help firefighters battling the 416 and Burro Fires near Durango.

But, too much could lead to flash flooding in the burn scar. 173 more words

News

Red Cross launching new campaign to encourage people to give blood no matter the type

It starts at the donation center. Every day, hundreds of people around Northeast Ohio give blood or platelets around.

It takes a little bit of time but helps a whole lot of people. 352 more words

News

Why I Volunteer: Karene Gibbs

I knew all about the Red Cross and what it stood for, long before arriving in the United States. I believe the Red Cross is one of the best volunteer groups to be part of. 204 more words

Volunteers

How conventional IS Geneva? Why international agencies want to be in this Swiss city

Geneva is international – so international that it 184 different nationalities live there and make up 45% of the population. It feels international and not particularly Swiss. 1,330 more words

Travel

Awaken Your Inner-Rizal: The Great Rizal Run 07.15.18

Of the many principles that national hero Jose Rizal has instilled in us, one stands out as perennially true for as long as mankind thrives. … 431 more words

Anatomy Of A Running Adik