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The Incredible Life Of Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG)

Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Notorious RBG, spent her life fighting for women’s rights. Her impact and legacy will live on. Zikhronah livrakha, may her memory be a blessing. She graduated top of her class from Columbia Law School after attending Cornell University undergraduate. Ginsburg was the first person to be on both Harvard and Columbia law […]

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Explanation of “America” vs “United States of America”

Many people use the terms “America” and “United States” interchangeably, even though they have different meanings. Read on to learn more. What “America” means: “America” refers to all land in the Western hemisphere. This includes North and South America. Central America is considered a part of North America. What “United States” means: The United States […]

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Extreme Floods In Afghanistan And Pakistan

This post will be updated as more information becomes available. Check back on this page later to learn more about this developing story. What happened? This past week, severe storms have laid waste to 13 provinces in Afghanistan and parts of Pakistan. As a result, flash floods were seen across the northern part of Afghanistan […]

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California Wildfires in August 2020

Historic wildfires are taking hold of Californians across the state, causing the implementation of mass evacuation orders. How did the wildfires start? As of noon today (August 24th), there are over 7000 wildfires across California in 2020 alone. Currently, there are nearly 700 active fires. Some of the largest fires have been started by lightning […]

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Beirut Explosion

What happened in Beirut? What was the cause of the Beirut explosion? How many people were killed and injured? Read our article to learn more. About Beirut Explosion The explosion took place at a building near a port in Beirut, Lebanon. The storage facility housed fertilizer and explosives that contained ammonium nitrate. Ammonium nitrate is […]

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Portland Arrests

What’s happening in Portland? Federal agents have been arresting protestors in Portland, Oregon. They are driving unmarked vehicles and camouflage clothing with vague “Police” tags. Tear gas and non-lethal munitions have been fired into crowds by these troops. Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf has stated that the troops are not military, but are civilian police […]

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Cost of Gas Compared to Electric Vehicles

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COVID Around the World

Click a Place to Read More About COVID-19 There! **Part 2 Coming Soon** Link to our blogs: https://www.worldawarenessassociation.org/our-blogs Sources: https://www.unicef.org/emergencies/yemen-crisis https://www.wfp.org/emergencies/yemen-emergency https://www.coronatracker.com/country/yemen/ https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/bangladesh/ https://globalvoices.org/2020/06/14/covid-19-is-rapidly-exhausting-bangladesh-healthcare-system-amidst-alarming-rise-of-infected-people/ https://www.rfi.fr/en/international/20200409-rohingya-camps-in-bangladesh-in-complete-coronavirus-lockdown-risk-spread-covid-19 https://www.brookings.edu/blog/future-development/2020/06/15/yemen-and-covid-19-the-pandemic-exacts-its-devastating-toll/

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Concentration Camps in Xinjiang

For the past two years, China has claimed that the camps in the Xinjiang province are “vocational skills training centers.” New information has recently come forward confirming fears that these are concentration camps housing Uyghur Muslims. The Uyghur people are a Turkic ethnic minority, most of whom are Sunni Muslims. Around eleven million Uyghur Muslims […]

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Climate Refugees

More and more people are being forced to become climate refugees as climate change continues to change the world and affect lives. What are “Climate Refugees” Climate refugees is not an extremely accurate term since the internationally used definition of the word “refugee” means a person who has crossed an international border for “…fear of […]