By Emily Rauhala GUIYANG, China — Pastor Su Tianfu slides into the back seat and tells the driver to hit it. He looks over his shoulder. “Is there anybody following us?” It is days before Christmas, but instead of working… Read More ›
Month: December 2015
What pain awaits, doth come love to know?
ere it mists into, to take, not ward, a careful form eyed with wonder to behold, liberating to some souls unless, until the silver chains, carried, hefted by jealousy, greed, anger, vanity, glide, slide forward slowly, sinuously, twined, locked, clasp… Read More ›
5 Killed in Land Protests in Ethiopia
Ethiopia’s government says five people have been killed in protests against a government plan to develop farmland outside the capital into a new business zone. Communications Minister Getachew Reda said Monday that the number of dead could rise. Opposition supporters… Read More ›
Wonderful NGO with School for Syrian Refugee Children in Northern Lebanon
More than 1 million Syrian refugees have become stranded in Lebanon. Some of them have lost everything. The Akkar district in the North of Lebanon is itself the poorest region of the country and has been neglected by international assistance… Read More ›
More than 11,000 Norwegians line up to shoot 16 wolves
Norwegian hunters outnumber wolves 763 to one, according to new figures for licences to kill population that could be as low as 30 Wolves have emerged as the most sought-after animal for Norwegian hunters this season, with 11,571 people registering… Read More ›
Citing Urgency, World Leaders Converge on France for Climate Talks
By Coral Davenport and Gardiner Harris LE BOURGET, France — One of the largest gatherings of world leaders in history began a multinational effort Monday toward forging what many called the planet’s last, best hope to stave off the worst… Read More ›
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