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30Sep/15

World Teachers’ Day honors educators worldwide

(REUTERS) – Monday, October 5th marks the 21st annual World Teachers’ Day.

The initiative, started by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization or UNESCO, highlights educators’ efforts worldwide to teach children in all kinds of adverse conditions: intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam.
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24Sep/15

Fury dresses as Batman, Klitschko unimpressed

LONDON, ENGLAND, UK (SEPTEMBER 23, 2015) (REUTERS) – Tyson Fury lived up to his eccentric reputation on Wednesday (September 23) during an entertaining news conference with world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko in London.
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11Sep/15

Can refugees save Germany’s economy?

(REUTERS/DEUTSCHER BUNDESTAG) – Arriving in Berlin, in search of a new life.

A record 800,000 refugees and economic migrants are expected to arrive in Germany this year.

Many fleeing war-torn Syria.

According to a new poll, the majority of Germans don’t feel threatened by this.

In fact, the influx may solve one of the biggest economic problems facing Germany – its looming skills shortage.
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09Sep/15

Camerawoman fired in migrant trip row

(REUTERS/SOCIAL MEDIA WEBSITE) – A Hungarian camerawoman was reportedly fired from her job on Tuesday (September 8) amid allegations that she tripped up refugees as they fled from police in Hungary.
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31Aug/15

20,000 people gather at pro-refugee rally in Vienna

Some 20,000 people take to the streets of the Austrian capital as part of a pro-refugee rally.

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24Aug/15

Briton who helped overpower gunman: “I’m probably going to die”

(I-TELE AND REUTERS / CHRISTINA CATHLEEN COONS)- A British man who was with three Americans, including two U.S. servicemen who helped subdue a Kalashnikov-toting gunman on a high speed train from Amsterdam to Paris, said that given the circumstances, there were no other options.
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31Jul/15

WHO: Ebola vaccine trials promising

REUTERS/ MEDECINS SANS FRONTIERES HANDOUT/ WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION) – It may soon be possible to protect humans against the deadly Ebola virus.

A new vaccine being tested in Guinea has been 100-percent effective,
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