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‘Brigada Eskwela’ ushers school season

Aboitiz said they have helped improve a total of 411 schools across the Philippines, making them more conducive to learning for 218,661 students.

Money, guns, brides fuel cattle wars

According to the UN peacekeeping mission UNMISS, 218 members of herder communities were killed in January in tit-for-tat attacks.

Greeks lose health support

During nearly a decade of cuts imposed as Greece struggled to avert national bankruptcy, public education and health were among the sectors hit the hardest as the country lost a quarter of its national output.

US celebrates 150th anniv of railroad

The completed railroad shortened cross-county travel from as long as six months in wagons and stagecoaches to about 10 days on the rails and served as a unifying moment for the nation.

Facebook inadvertently creates jihad videos

Facebook is inadvertently making use of propaganda by militant groups to auto-generate videos and pages that could be used for networking by extremists.

DBS new tact in treating addiction

The treatment — deep brain stimulation — has long been used for movement disorders like Parkinson's.
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