Posts Tagged ‘World’

Breaking The Internet & Stereotypes, Sudanese Model Nyakim Gatwech Is A Slap On Our Skin-Color Obsessed World

Breaking The Internet & Stereotypes, Sudanese Model Nyakim Gatwech Is A Slap On Our Skin-Color Obsessed World

Dubbed the “Queen of Dark,” this exquisite beauty with a charcoal black complexion is breaking the internet with confidence and grace – world, meet Sudanese model Nyakim Gatwech. In an age where people are crazy for skin-lightening, the world should be glad to have found this strong and bold woman who is all for...

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USA vs. Ecuador, 2017 U-20 World Cup: Start time, TV channel, and live stream

USA vs. Ecuador, 2017 U-20 World Cup: Start time, TV channel, and live stream

The USNT youths have high hopes for the biggest tournament in the world. The FIFA Under-20 World Cup is in full swing, and the United States U-20 national team is finally ready to take the pitch in South Korea with dreams of winning the biggest youth soccer title in the world. They start that...

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Obama to join other world leaders for UN General Assembly

Obama to join other world leaders for UN General Assembly

UNITED NATIONS — Carnage in Syria, the chasm between Israelis and Palestinians, climate change and terrorism rank among the heavy issues that 193 United Nations member states will ponder during the 71st UN General Assembly, which revs up Tuesday with speeches by heads of the world’s nations. The gathering in Manhattan, which experts and...

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Rio Highlights: Usain Bolt Defends Crown; S. African Sets World 400 Record

Rio Highlights: Usain Bolt Defends Crown; S. African Sets World 400 Record

i Kenya’s Jemima Sumgong (center) won the women’s marathon Sunday in Rio. Bahrain’s Eunice Kirwa (right) won silver, while Ethiopia’s Mare Dibaba finished third. While Kenyan women have often medaled, Sumgong was the first from her country to win the event. Matthias Hangst/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Matthias Hangst/Getty Images Kenya’s Jemima Sumgong...

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World Vision: Alleged $50M Theft By Charity’s Employee Seems Impossible

World Vision: Alleged $50M Theft By Charity’s Employee Seems Impossible

World Vision is rebutting Israeli claims that the charity’s Gaza Strip director diverted tens of millions of dollars in donations intended to help the people of Gaza, and gave it to the Hamas militant group. As we reported, Israel indicted Mohammad El Halabi last week and said, among other things, “Money raised to support...

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Adam Peaty sets world record in breaststroke, U.S. swimmer Cody Miller thrilled with bronze

Adam Peaty sets world record in breaststroke, U.S. swimmer Cody Miller thrilled with bronze

Peaty’s world record time was 57.13 seconds. Adam Peaty of Great Britain captured the gold in the men’s 100-meter breaststroke on Sunday at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, setting a world record along the way. United States swimmer Cody Miller captured the bronze, calling the experience a lifelong dream. SBNation.com – All Posts

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College World Series 2016: Bracket, schedule and scores

College World Series 2016: Bracket, schedule and scores

IT’S TIME FOR OMAHA. The 2016 NCAA Baseball Tournament has thus far been frenetic and unpredictable. Just three of the original eight national seed teams remain: Florida, Miami and Texas Tech. Vegas favorite Louisville was bounced for the second straight year in gut-wrenching fashion. Powerhouse LSU fell while half the country was asleep. Ole Miss and Vanderbilt didn’t...

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No Rio Over Zika? World Health Organization Says Don’t Cancel Olympics

No Rio Over Zika? World Health Organization Says Don’t Cancel Olympics

Amid demands that the upcoming 2016 Olympics in Rio be cancelled due to Zika, the World Health Organization has come down on the side of the International Olympics Committee. WHO claims there is “no public health justification” for cancelling or postponing the Rio Olympics despite concerns voiced by both scientists and athletes. As previously...

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Polio’s New Vaccine Could Finally Eliminate The Disease, World Health Organization Working To Switch Over By May 1

Polio’s New Vaccine Could Finally Eliminate The Disease, World Health Organization Working To Switch Over By May 1

A new polio vaccine is now available on a nearly global scale. This vaccine, which is being rolled out in 155 countries and territories worldwide, has been labeled by the World Health Organization (W.H.O.)’s Polio Eradication initiative as the “largest and fastest globally coordinated roll out of a vaccine into routine programs in history.”...

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The best drone racer in the world just won $250,000

The best drone racer in the world just won $250,000

What did you do with your weekend? 15-year-old Luke Bannister just won $ 250,000 by beating out 150 teams in the first World Drone Prix, held in Dubai. Drone racing is now a very real thing, with racers using camera-mounted navigation to steer their c… Engadget RSS Feed

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