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WASHINGTON - The U.S. government, nongovernmental organizations and private companies are already trying to address post-harvest losses in developing countries, but they also face difficulties, a range of experts said at a State Department conference on...
CULVER CITY, Calif. — It's 4:30 p.m. on a warm November Monday in a nondescript building in Culver City. Trey Parker is pacing around the writers room at the so-called South Park Studios — which, once you're inside, feels like a cross...
Carl Chomko is on a mission in Uganda, serving as an intern with Amagara Bible Institute of Discipleship and Evangelism, or ABIDE. The group is a global mission partner with Christ Church, which has campuses in Highland Park and Lake Forest. Chomko, 23,...
Tags: Idi Amin, Invisible Children, Inc.
In a move that the county attorney and elected officials conceded was highly unusual, the Anne Arundel County Council weighed a measure this week that would have spelled the ouster of the county's top health official, Dr. Angela M. Wakhweya, the first...
Tags: Glen Burnie, Health, John R Leopold, NAACP, Annapolis
The Religion WorldReligion News Service reporter Frederick Nzwili writes about Desmond Tutu adding his voice to the growing chorus of religious leaders opposing a law in Uganda that would jail homosexuals: NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) Nobel Laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu on...
W. Kennedy Cromwell III, a retired foreign service officer who spent the majority of his 32-year career in Africa, died Dec. 13 from complications of a stroke at the Fairhaven retirement community in Sykesville. The former Washington and Annapolis...
A Costa Mesa-based nonprofit that supports women in Uganda and Peru recently won $500,000 from the American Giving Awards. Krochet Kids International co-founders Kohl Crecelius and Stewart Ramsey accepted the cash prize and Community Builders award...
Tags: Peru, Media Industry
Change.org -- the world's largest petition platform -- shows the 'Justice for Trayvon Martin' petition generated 2.2 million signatures, making it the most successful campaign in 2012. The parents of Trayvon Martin, the 17-year-old gunned down...
Barack Obama fue clarísimo el respecto: se trata de una norma "odiosa, vil, abominable y ofensora de la decencia". Ojalá eso sirviera para modificar las cosas, pero el problema es que no parece estar muy a su alcance. Se trata de una ley "anti-gay" que...
Tags: FBI, Barack Obama
Federal prosecutors in August 2012 announced that two men, Bryan Eammon Williams and Lawrence Lee Hayes, had been sentenced to 11 years and 15 years respectively for their roles in a cocaine distribution conspiracy. The details of the case are rather...
My Pet WorldRWANDA, AFRICA -- Veterinarians have all kinds of jobs aside from helping pets. Some work in agriculture, others in academia, for zoos, or in far-flung places in the field. Few go as deep into the field as veterinarians for the Mountain Gorilla Veterinary...
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES -- An 11-year-old burn victim from Uganda is in Los Angeles to undergo surgery that will hopefully allow him walk again. When Adolf Baguma was 6, his aunt burned his legs with a hot banana leaf to punish him for trying to take food. The...
Tags: Plastic Surgery
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