A National Geographic program challenges students to express themselves in a new way by photographing the world around them. Continue reading →
By Festus Iyorah, Reporter, Youth Journalism International As Nigeria marked its 15th year of democratic rule with a national holiday this week, some of the nation’s…read more
Life is tough at the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan. This expanse of desert, which was not populated a year ago, is now home to…read more
Militants from the al-Qaida-linked terrorist organization al-Shabab attacked the upscale Westgate mall in Nairobi, Kenya, on September 21, 2013, leaving at least 67 dead. The…read more
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The 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro will not be the only exciting event to watch this summer — the Democratic and Republican National Conventions will also be televised.
After the Vietnam War ended, nearly 1.5 million Vietnamese migrated to the United States in search of better lives. Today, some of the younger generation that grew up there are returning to a more prosperous Vietnam.
The Food and Drug Administration hopes to cut down on high rates of obesity and diabetes across the country by redesigning the labels that appear on food and drinks. Continue readingdiabetesFDAFood and Drug AdministrationHealthnutritionnutritional labelsobesityScienceweight
Thirty-six years ago on Wednesday, Mount St. Helens in southern Washington state erupted, laying waste to more than 200 square miles of surrounding forest.
Some 50 percent of all Muslim students in the U.S. have been bullied by their peers, surveys by the civil rights group Center on American-Islamic group suggest. Continue readingBullyingcyber-bullyingdiscriminationIslamMuslim studentsrefugeesReligionSchoolSocial Studies