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The Miracle of Healing as a Result of Giving

13/12/2015

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Fogata Charity Foundation, Eva Fogata, Photo by Amante Jun Bustamante

Ayanna Nahmias, Editor-in-Chief Last Modified: 02:45 a.m. EDT, 14 December 2015 WASHINGTON, DC – I work with an amazing person who has a young family and is dedicated, kind, but quite unpresuming and quiet. Earlier this year I noticed his absence, but as a private person myself I did not inquire as to the reason. […]

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To Spite Obama Health Insurance Companies and Pharmaceuticals Choose to Kill Citizens

05/01/2015

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A Child Wishing for Health, Photo by All Children's Hospital

Ayanna Nahmias, Editor-in-Chief Last Modified: 02: 42 a.m. EDT, 05 January 2015 WASHINGTON, D.C. – At midnight on December 31st the world retired 2014 to make way for 2015. For many it marked a night of festivities, parties, and insouciance. For others, like me, it was the day which marked the resetting of health insurance […]

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Boko Haram’s Latest Attacks Target Boys

19/08/2014

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Nigerian School Boys Walking Home from School, Photo by Juju Films

Sarah Joanne Jakubowski, Contributing Journalist Last Modified: 15:59 p.m. DST, 19 August 2014 DORON, BAGA, Nigeria — Sunday, Islamist terrorist group Boko Haram kidnapped dozens of boys from the Nigerian village of Doron Baga. During the raid on the village, suspected Boko Haram dressed in police and military uniforms burned several houses and terrorized citizens […]

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The Lost Children of FARC Guerrilla Fighters

19/08/2014

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Columbia Female FARC Fighter on the March, Photo by Reuters, Courtesy of trust.org

Allyson Cartwright, Contributing Journalist Last Modified: 13:50 p.m. DST, 19 August 2014 BOGOTA, Colombia — On the heels of a grandmother’s reunion with her missing grandson after his kidnapping by the Argentinian army 36 years ago, a wider secret is beginning to unravel. Government and guerrilla forces alike in South America have, for decades, stolen infants […]

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International Volunteer Series: Two Amazing Young Men Serve in Gumbo, South Sudan

23/07/2014

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Michael Gotta and Patrick Sabol, Gumbo, South Sudan Volunteers

Olivia Elswick, Asia Correspondent Last Modified: 02:38 a.m. DST, 23 July 2014 GUMBO, South Sudan — In this final installment of the International Volunteer Series, I invite you to get to know Michael Gotta and Patrick Sabol, friends from the Franciscan University of Steubenville, now living together in Gumbo, South Sudan after feeling called to […]

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