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Milwaukee Journal SentinelAt night they could hear them overhead. The sound was startling -- like rocks hitting the roof of their home in Nairobi, Kenya. "There were a lot of monkeys and sometimes they would wake us up by climbing around on our metal roof," Betty Whitmer...
The Natchez Democrat, Miss.A rainbow arched across the Ferriday High School football field as graduating senior Jessica Jackson shared a harsh reality with her fellow graduates. "After today, I may not see many of you, so it's a bittersweet moment," Jackson said, as storm...
Sudan TribuneSouth Sudanese from Unity state residing in East Africa have welcomed the decision Lt Gen Bapiny Monytuel Wijang's South Sudan Liberation Army (SSLA) rebel group to accept an amnesty offered by president Salva Kiir. Union's representing students from...
As a teenager, Paul Jorden cared for his cancer-stricken mother, leading her to suggest he become a doctor because of his bedside manner. He took her advice, going on to medical school and a 24-year career as an orthopedic surgeon in private practice....
On Sunday at 2 p.m., the community is invited to an outdoor Sunday afternoon worship service, Blessing of the Seeds, to celebrate and bless the 2013 Growing Project at the farm near Wolfsville, Md. In its eighth year, the project is supported by nine...
Khaleej TimesUAE sponsors announce higher prize money to celebrate landmark event Kenya's Leonard Patrick Komon who won The UAE Healthy Kidney 10-km run in New York for the second straight year, feels changes to the Central Park course cost him the chance of setting...
VarietyDadaab Stories is the latest project from FilmAid, a nonprofit humanitarian organization that uses film to help struggling communities. The interactive website helps members of the worldâs largest refugee camp, on the border of Somalia in Northern...
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READER SUBMITTED: Connecticut Native To Host Fundraiser To Raise Awareness And Funds For Charity Work In KenyaStatewideRight 2 Thrive, a non-profit organization founded by West Haven native, Janet Patry hosted fundraiser at Duffy's Tavern on Monday, May 6. Funds will support life changing programs in Kenya. The May 6 fundraiser at Duffy's Tavern will benefit Right 2...
Star TribuneThese days, Harun Abda can smile when he runs. The passion, the determination, the impetus are all still there. But after fleeing political turmoil and oppression in his native Ethiopia and bounding into the unknown as a refugee, the senior Gophers...
NAIROBI, Kenya — A Kenyan court on Monday sentenced two Iranian nationals convicted of plotting attacks against Western targets to life in prison. Ahmad Abolfathi Mohammad and Sayed Mansour Mousavi were arrested in June 2012 and led officials to a...
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Jene Meece got involved with Kenya on a whim. In 2006, the Newport Beach resident read a news story about Father Henry Simaro, head of the African Child Foundation, visiting the United States to raise money for Fanaka Primary School, in the Kenyan...
The Record, Stockton, Calif.About 200 people broke out their walking shoes at St. Mary's High School on Sunday to raise money for children in need in Kenya. All told, the Red Rhino's Seventh Annual Walk-a-Thon raised about $20,000 for the charity that built and funds a home for...
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