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10 Palestinians dead after Israeli airstrikes on Rafah

An international humanitarian relief effort in the form of a Freedom Flotilla Coalition was getting ready Friday to leave the western Turkish port of Tuzla...

Conquering Africa in Nissan’s Navara bakkie

The brief was simple, take a vehicle built in South Africa and showcase it to the continent. So what do you do? You drive...

“Prices are constantly increasing”: reselling your old Vespa, a very good deal

Everything is ready in Pontedera for the Vespa World Days The 2024 Vespa World Days will be held in Pontedera, a city in...

New Cairo’s Khashoka Is a Celebration of Jordanian Cuisine

The least represented Levantine cuisine is at last...

Stressed About Taxes? Blame the Ancient Egyptians

The civilization developed the world’s first known tax system around 3000 B.C.E. Kate McMahon April 3, 2024 Facsimile of an agricultural scene found in the tomb chapel...

Grant Bridgman, J-PAL ’14, on breaking down language barriers in Africa and Asia

The Alumni Spotlight series highlights J-PAL alumni who are making an impact across industries and around the world. Formerly a research analyst at J-PAL...

Ta Lou confirmed for Invitational

Ivory Coast's Marie-Josée Ta Lou will join the star-studded lineup for the inaugural staging of the Jamaica Athletics Invitational, which is scheduled for the...

WashU’s Child Malnutrition Therapy Undergoes Global Trials

/Public Release. This material from the originating organization/author(s) might be of the point-in-time nature, and edited for clarity, style and length. Mirage.News does not...

Guardian Scholars Program Reflects on 25 Years, Celebrates Largest Graduating Class to Date | CSUF News

Mali Sok sees the path in front of her. She envisions crossing the commencement stage with her four younger siblings cheering her on, and...

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