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Albinism, The African Myth Versus Scientific Justification

Senegal, Africa. Most of my lifetime I’ve been involved in helping my community, from soup kitchens, hospital emergency departments, doing makeup for female victims of domestic violence, and collecting Christmas gifts toys for children in Colombia.  Two years ago I remember becoming a hairstylist for a beautiful group of girls that were involved in domestic violence, […]

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R.I.P.: U.S. Senator, War Hero John McCain Has Died

Washington, D.C. U.S. Senator John McCain died Saturday at age 81 after a battle with brain cancer that robbed America of a revered statesman, proud patriot and self-sacrificing warrior. His wife, Cindy, said on Twitter:  Cindy McCain My heart is broken. I am so lucky to have lived the adventure of loving this incredible man […]

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Displaced, Adopted Native Americans Look to Find Their Way Home

Washington, D.C. Georgia resident Steve Bailey was 19 when he heard about an experimental cell transplant therapy for Type 1 diabetes he’d had since infancy. He asked his parents to donate cells. . “And my mom looked at me oddly and said, ‘We need to talk.’ I felt as if I’d been hit in the […]

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Increased Russian, Chinese Threat in Ocean Nearest Washington

Washington, D.C. Chinese military vessels are now patrolling the Northern Atlantic, and Russian submarines are prowling those same waters at a pace not seen since the end of the Cold War, the Navy’s top admiral told VOA in an exclusive interview. Navy Admiral John Richardson.   Photo: U.S. Department of Defense. Chief of Naval Operations Adm. […]

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VIDEO: Criminal Gangs in Guatemala Drive Many to Flee

Washington, D.C. Guatemalan Yeni González is one of the few mothers able to see their children after they were separated earlier this year under the Trump administration’s zero tolerance policy when they tried to cross the southern U.S. border illegally. VOA’s Celia Mendoza reported last week when González traveled to New York to see her […]

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Cities in Flames; Haiti Orphans International Director Stranded

Phadoul Amisal, the first director of Orphans International Worldwide Haiti (link), hired in 2000 and trained in Indonesia following the Tsunami in 2004, was stranded in New York en route to Port-au-Prince as all flights into Haiti were cancelled Saturday night. U.S. Issues Warning to Americans in Haiti Marigot, Haiti. The U.S. State Department has called […]

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Trump: Deport ‘Illegal Immigrants’ Immediately with No Hearings

Washington, D.C. U.S. President Donald Trump called Sunday for immediately deporting illegal immigrants entering the United States with “no Judges or Court Cases.” Donald Trump speaking at the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland. Photo: Wikipedia/Gage Skidmore. In a string of Twitter comments, Trump declared, “We cannot allow all of these […]

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Trump’s Immigration Actions Could Shape Midterm Election

Washington, D.C. This week could turn out to be pivotal for the Trump White House as both major parties get ready for midterm congressional elections in November. President Donald Trump’s decision to reverse a policy of separating families coming across the U.S. southern border came in the wake of a political firestorm that fired up […]

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