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  • Their Hope for a Brighter Future Inspires Us All
    by Global Issues on January 23, 2021 at 5:25 pm

    NEW YORK, Jan 23 (IPS) - Looking back upon 2020, we all bear the scars of a devastating year; none so much as girls and boys around the world. The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted education for over 1.6 billion children and youth globally and continues to do so. It has also deepened socio-economic inequities and heightened insecurities around the world, further impacting the lives of girls and boys everywhere. Ongoing, protracted conflicts, forced displacement and the worsening climate crisis were no less forgiving.Read the full story, “Their Hope for a Brighter Future Inspires Us All”, on globalissues.org →

  • President Biden Refuses to Make our Climate Crisis Worse
    by Global Issues on January 23, 2021 at 4:26 am

    Jan 22 (IPS) - I wasn’t going to stop for the school bus stuck in the mud outside of Fort McMurray, Alberta in the heart of the Canada’s tar sands industry but my kids insisted. It had been raining most of the week and the grassy field was soaked and slick. We stopped and got out and looked at the 12,000 kilogram bus uselessly spinning its wheels, digging deeper into the mud. Someone got the driver to stop, essentially saying you’re making a bad problem worse.Read the full story, “President Biden Refuses to Make our Climate Crisis Worse”, on globalissues.org →

  • Teach Us How to Become Carpenters South Sudanese Want to Shape Their Future
    by Global Issues on January 23, 2021 at 3:27 am

    Likuangole, South Sudan, Jan 22 (IPS) - Located in Jonglei state, one of the most underdeveloped regions of South Sudan, Likuangole is a town badly hit by floods and often battered by conflict. Despite the lack of secondary schools and industry, its residents aspire to transform their lives. But real investment is needed to spur development.Read the full story, “Teach Us How to Become Carpenters South Sudanese Want to Shape Their Future”, on globalissues.org →

  • Protecting Mental Health of Families in a Pandemic
    by Global Issues on January 22, 2021 at 6:44 pm

    ABUJA, Jan 22 (IPS) - Dealing with COVID-19-related city lockdowns has been exceptionally stressful, particularly for those parents who have had to balance work, personal life, children and elderly, providing home schooling or facilitating virtual learning, managing infection control within the home, and more, all while being disconnected from support services.Read the full story, “Protecting Mental Health of Families in a Pandemic”, on globalissues.org →

  • Q&A: Why we Must Invest in Educating Children in Crisis-Hit Burkina Faso
    by Global Issues on January 22, 2021 at 5:43 pm

    ACCRA, Jan 22 (IPS) - Education Cannot Wait (ECW) - the first global fund dedicated to education in emergencies and protracted crises – was on the ground in Burkina Faso last week with its Director, Yasmine Sherif, to launch a new multi-year programme that aims to provide an education to over 800,000 children and adolescents in crisis-affected areas.Read the full story, “Q&A: Why we Must Invest in Educating Children in Crisis-Hit Burkina Faso”, on globalissues.org →

  • Pak govt to mortgage Islamabad's biggest park to get loan
    on January 24, 2021 at 9:16 pm

    To overcome Pakistan's ailing economy, Prime Minister Imran Khan is considering mortgaging Islamabad's biggest park to get a loan of around Rs 500 billion. ​​According to a report by Dawn, the proposal to mortgage the F-9 park to get a loan of around Rs 500 billion will be included in the agenda of the next meeting of the federal cabinet, scheduled to be held on Tuesday.

  • Pak ready to work with new US administration: Qureshi
    on January 24, 2021 at 8:16 pm

    Under the Trump administration, the relations between Pakistan and the US were chaotic as well as complex. "In (these) four years the world has changed, the region has changed and Pakistan has changed and you have to engage with this new Pakistan," Qureshi said while addressing a press conference in Multan.

  • Germany buys same corona meds used to treat Trump
    on January 24, 2021 at 8:02 pm

    Germany will become the first European Union country to start using the same experimental antibodies treatment credited with helping Donald Trump recover from Covid-19, health minister Jens Spahn said Sunday. ​​The government has bought 200,000 doses for 400 million euros ($486 million)," Spahn told the Bild am Sonntag newspaper, working out at 2,000 euros per dose.

  • Kremlin says US interfering in Russian 'domestic affairs'
    on January 24, 2021 at 7:09 pm

    The Kremlin on Sunday accused the US embassy of interfering in Russia's domestic affairs after the mission distributed a "demonstration alert" to US citizens in Russia recommending they avoid protests. ​​Nearly 3,500 protesters were arrested at demonstrations in support of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny on Saturday, a monitor reported.

  • 11 Chinese miners saved as rescuers race to find remaining 10
    on January 24, 2021 at 2:37 pm

    The miners were brought to the surface starting from around 11 am Sunday, state broadcaster CCTV reported -- a major breakthrough for a rescue operation that has captivated the nation.

  • Coronavirus live: UK lockdown 'long way' from lifting, says Hancock; Israel to ban flights in and out of country
    by Clea Skopeliti (now); Mattha Busby, Yohannes Lowe, Helen Sullivan (earlier) on January 24, 2021 at 5:36 pm

    Health secretary says case rate too high to ease restrictions; Benjamin Netanyahu says ‘we are hermetically sealing the country’Vaccine experts call for clarity on UK’s 12-week Covid jab interval‘A complete massacre, a horror film’: inside Brazil’s Covid disasterNew Zealand records first Covid community case in two monthsRachel Clarke: ‘NHS staff are burning with frustration and grief’See all our coronavirus coverage 5.28pm GMTAirbus has announced that some 500 employees have entered quarantine following an outbreak at its aircraft factory in Hamburg which has seen 21 workers test positive, according to Reuters.The staff had been asked to stay at home as a “precautionary measure”, the company said, adding that it was looking into whether the move would affect production at the factory.“The cause of the cases is still under investigation. We are fully supporting the authorities,” an Airbus spokesman said. 5.04pm GMTIsrael has extended its vaccination rollout to include teenagers between the ages of 16 and 18, in an effort to hasten students’ return to school.They must receive parental permission to get the jab, Reuters reports. Continue reading...

  • Three more teenagers held over killing of Keon Lincoln in Birmingham
    by PA Media on January 24, 2021 at 5:32 pm

    Boys aged 14, 15 and 16 detained on suspicion of 15-year-old’s murder, bringing number of arrests to fiveThree more teenagers have been arrested, bringing the total to five, following the killing of a 15-year-old boy in broad daylightin Birmingham last week.West Midlands police said Keon Lincoln was set upon by a group of youths with weapons in the Handsworth area on Thursday. Continue reading...

  • Deborah Birx says Covid deniers in Trump White House 'derailed' response
    by Amanda Holpuch in New York on January 24, 2021 at 5:09 pm

    ‘There were people who definitely believed Covid was a hoax’‘A massacre, a horror film’: inside Brazil’s Covid disasterThe former US coronavirus response coordinator Deborah Birx has said people in the Trump White House considered Covid-19 a hoax. Related: 'A slow drip versus an explosion': inside California's divided Covid reality Continue reading...

  • Motorcade rallies call for impeachment of Bolsonaro in Brazil
    by Tom Phillips in Rio de Janeiro on January 24, 2021 at 4:57 pm

    Protests take place across country at what many see as president’s shambolic Covid responseCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThousands of Brazilians have taken to the streets in their cars to demand Jair Bolsonaro’s impeachment as polls showed support for the far-right president slipping over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.On Saturday, as Brazil’s official Covid-19 death toll hit 216,000, leftwing and centrist protesters organised motorcade rallies in more than 20 state capitals, including Rio de Janeiro, Porto Alegre, Belo Horizonte and Belém. Continue reading...

  • WhatsApp loses millions of users after terms update
    by Alex Hern on January 24, 2021 at 4:53 pm

    Poorly-executed change to terms of service sends messaging app’s subscribers flocking to competitors A poorly-explained update to its terms of service has pushed WhatsApp users to adopt alternative services such as Signal and Telegram in their millions.The exodus was so large that WhatsApp has been forced to delay the implementation of the new terms, which had been slated for 8 February, and run a damage limitation campaign to explain to users the changes they were making. Continue reading...

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