Cornbread Makes A Homeless Man Become A Chef

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by Elaa Abdeltawab

Posted on March 11, 2019

Cornbread Makes A Homeless Man Become A Chef

Stefan DeArmon is a U.S. Coast Guard veteran. He retired from his service and returned back to his hometown, Charleston in South Carolina. DeArmon went back to support his parents who have been struggling, his mother has been diagnosed with blindness. DeArmon wanted to help his parents, but he could not support them financially.  This is until a veteran social worker told DeArmon about One80 Place, a shelter that provides homeless people with job opportunities…

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A 100-Year-Old Skydives On Her Birthday

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by Elaa Abdeltawab

Posted on March 7, 2019

A 100-Year-Old Skydives On Her Birthday

Jane Haynes, a 100-year-old woman from Arizona, celebrated her 100th birthday by jumping out of a plane from 13,000 feet in the air. Haynes’ daughter and granddaughter joined her on her first skydiving experience. Jane Haynes is known for her adventurous activities. When Haynes turned 70 years, she hiked the 277-miles-long Grand Canyon. Hot air ballooning was her way of celebrating her 75th birthday…

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Church Pays Off Debt For 34 Students To Graduate

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by Elaa Abdeltawab

Posted on February 22, 2019

Church Pays Off Debt For 34 Students To Graduate

Alfred Street Baptist Church donated $ 100,000 to 34 students at Howard University. This amount of money was raised by the church to pay the students’ debts. Many students were in danger of not graduating. Amongst these students is the 25-year-old senior, Mya Thompson. Thompson, a mother of a 6-year-old, has a busy schedule and a stressful routine. Thompson spends 8 hours of her say at the university to follow the seven classes she has enrolled in…

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A Kindergarten Teacher Cut Her Hair To Support Her Student

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by Elaa Abdeltawab

Posted on February 20, 2019

A Kindergarten Teacher Cut Her Hair To Support Her Student

A kindergarten teacher from Texas, Shannon Grimm, cut her hair to support her student. Priscilla Perez, a 5-year old kindergarten student, started getting teased after she cut her hair short. Ms Grimm, Priscilla’s kindergarten teacher, noticed a change in Priscilla’s behaviour; Priscilla, who is usually a happy girl, started acting quieter than usual. Also, she avoided attending school and started wearing a hat to cover her hair…

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Todd, a pup from Arizona, was awarded 'Dog of the Year'

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by Marc Prats

Posted on October 25, 2018

Todd, a pup from Arizona, was awarded 'Dog of the Year'

We all know that actors, musicians and sportspeople get all kinds of awards. However, we hardly ever hear that an animal has gotten an award. Today is an exception.   The latest edition of the Streamy Awards surprised us when they awarded a dog for the “Dog of the Year” category. But this is not like any other dog. His name is Todd and he helped his owner, Paula, by protecting her when a rattlesnake tried to attack her…

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Chris Pratt surprised young fans at a 'Jurassic World' screening

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by Ruxandra Helici

Posted on August 20, 2018

Chris Pratt surprised young fans at a 'Jurassic World' screening

Chris Pratt reprises his role as raptor trainer Owen Grady in “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” — and the leading man’s fans know he’s a hero in real life, too. Before the much-anticipated sequel stomps into theaters, Pratt staged a very special surprise for some young viewers…

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Record: installed in Chihuahua 18,990 solar panels in a day!

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by Rosa Ruiz

Posted on July 23, 2018

Record: installed in Chihuahua 18,990 solar panels in a day!

"Mexico achieved a new world record: The largest number of solar panels installed in a single day," the WEF described in the video it posted on its social networks.   He adds that "they are building one of the largest solar parks in Latin America," while exhibiting images of the Italian company Enel Green Power.   This solar park "measures what 2 thousand 200 football fields" and "will eventually have more than 2 million solar panels" that seek the sun as if they were sunflowers, t…

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Remembering Nelson Mandela

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by Rosa Ruiz

Posted on July 18, 2018

Remembering Nelson Mandela

The legacy of the South African political leader and Nobel Peace Prize remains as an example of the struggle for equality, democracy and human rights…

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The revolution of women in Iran: they risk their lives and protest by dancing.

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by Rosa Ruiz

Posted on July 17, 2018

The revolution of women in Iran: they risk their lives and protest by dancing.

In Iran it is forbidden to dance since 1979: since then, groups of women have organized to give and receive clandestine dance classes. Now the protest has gone more and they are recorded, without a veil, dancing in the streets. Dancing is a revolution. Dancing is a challenge to the system: it makes the citizen recover the conception of his own body, frightens fears, dancing makes you free. That is why Iran forbade it in 1979, with the Iranian Revolution…

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The cave rescue of Thailand and its heroes

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by Rosa Ruiz

Posted on July 13, 2018

The cave rescue of Thailand and its heroes

Rescue in Thai caves: Monk's training was important for the trainer to keep the cave boys alive, says the Buddhist abbot. Twelve children and their coach entered a cave in Thailand. The children and their monitor, all members of a local football team, went to visit the cave, a well-known tourist attraction in the area, on June 23. A strong storm flooded several parts of the cave and the group was trapped. British divers located them after nine days. It took 17 days to rescue them…

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