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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Boy wakes up when parents agree to switch off life support

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by Judith Van Duinen

Posted on April 12, 2018

Boy wakes up when parents agree to switch off life support

The 2-year-old boy with cancer woke up from a coma just as his heartbroken family agrees to switch off his life support.   The family agreed to switch off the life support of their dying son. His regaining strength has compared him to Jesus said the medical professionals.   Dylan Askin, from Shelton Lock, Derbyshire in the UK has an extremely rare type of lung cancer and got very sick on Good Friday 2016…

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Stranger paid for Gold Coast new tires

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by Judith Van Duinen

Posted on April 10, 2018

Stranger paid for Gold Coast new tires

A man stumped up to pay more than $500 for a stranger's tyres. He could not bare to see her taking to risk her safety.   A Gold Coast man did a random act of kindness to pay more than $500 for a stranger’s tyres, only because he couldn't bare to see the woman taking risks for her safety.   According to Tegan Langley it was nothing short of a miracle…

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Man climbs Mount Everest in a wheelchair

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by Judith Van Duinen

Posted on April 10, 2018

Man climbs Mount Everest in a wheelchair

Scott Doolan left a tragic accident. The 28-year-old man from Newcastle has completed an incredible 65-kilometre trek up Mount Everest.   It is not easy to climb the Mount Everest.   Doolan, a paraplegic, you might think that everything would be against him. He made it to the foot of the world’s highest mountain following an incredible 10-day journey with minimal assistance…

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Nurse Emergency center trauma sings dressed as a princess to her patients

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by Judith Van Duinen

Posted on March 14, 2018

Nurse Emergency center trauma sings dressed as a princess to her patients

Dressed as a princess is a nurse in Park Ridge, Illinois trying to make her patients more comfortable to sing for them. The 45-year-old Jodi Kubis has been working and singing at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital for over 20 years. Considering that she was actually born at the same hospital in 1973, everything has become a full circle. Kubis loves to put a smile on the faces around her…

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Mum is looking for homeless man after his selfless act

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by Judith Van Duinen

Posted on March 11, 2018

Mum is looking for homeless man after his selfless act

  JESS BEECH is tracking down a homeless man to thank him for his selfless act…

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School bathrooms are brighten up by parents to encourage students

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by Judith Van Duinen

Posted on March 1, 2018

School bathrooms are brighten up by parents to encourage students

  At a Texas elementary school can inspiration be found everywhere.   Parents at Mary Moore Elementary School in Arlington, Texas, worked in the Presidents Day weekend for over 37 hours to transform some of the bathrooms from the school with inspirational messages.   “We’ve been talking to teachers in our school and heard that kids aren’t getting the support they need at home or are having a hard time at school,” said Tammy Duhon…

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Madeleine Wilford survived shooting at Florida school

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by Judith Van Duinen

Posted on February 25, 2018

Madeleine Wilford survived shooting at Florida school

The 17 years old Madeleine Wilford was shot four times during the Florida school shooting. Luckely she survived on a miraculously way. She said that she “felt a sense of peace”. Madeleine was in her psychology class when Nikolas Cruz started shooting…

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