Sunday , January 21 2018

See The Baby Who Was Born Not Breathing After Suffering Stroke While Still In The Womb

A one-year-old girl who had a stroke in the womb that caused several life-threatening health conditions is experiencing small victories by talking, scooting and clapping. Naomi Kretschmer suffers from epilepsy, cerebral palsy and is partially paralyzed on the right side of her body due to a brain hemorrhage that caused …

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UN seeks $1.6 billion to protect 5.4 million Somalis from drought

The UN office in Somalia has launched the 2018 humanitarian response plan, which called for 1.6 billion dollars to protect the lives of 5.4 million people. The Humanitarian Coordinator, Peter de Clercq, said while Somalia, with the international community’s help, averted famine 2017, long-term solutions for drought, conflict and displacement …

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9 Big Mistakes Every Woman Must Avoid During Pregnancy

Pregnancy is the most sensitive time in a woman’s life. She need to take care of her in this period. Long working hours, fast-food and un-hygienic diet is not only bad for woman, but also their baby. We have here compiled some of the common but big mistakes that are …

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Photos: ‘Wonder Woman’ Meet Jessica Cox, Woman Who Just Became The First Licensed Armless Pilot

Jessica Cox is the world’s first licensed armless pilot, as well as the first armless black-belt holder in the American Taekwondo Association. She was born in Arizona without arms due to a rare birth defect. Jessica Cox graduated from the University of Arizona in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology …

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Orphan choir tours the world to raise funds to help other kids in Uganda

Caleb was abandoned by his mother in Uganda as a small child, but instead of facing an uncertain future without family support he is travelling the English countryside with 16 other children just like him. Now 10 years old, Caleb is one of thousands of orphaned or vulnerable children who …

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Nigerians protesters demand the release of Shi’ite leader.

More than 200 members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) and Pro-Democracy group, Concerned Nigerians, protested in Abuja on Wednesday to demand the release of their leader Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky. Concerned Nigerians said in a statement on Tuesday (January 16) the group would begin daily “sit-outs” on Wednesday to …

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