World Health Organization declares coronavirus a global health emergency

World Health Organization declares coronavirus a global health emergency

I’m declaring a public health emergency of international concern over the global outbreak of novel coronavirus. The main reason for this declaration is not because of what is happening in China, but because of what is happening in other countries. Our greatest concern is the potential for the virus to spread to countries with weaker […]

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UCLA Extension Student Stories: Television Writing Certificate

UCLA Extension Student Stories: Television Writing Certificate

The arts and writing community here at UCLA Extension is completely different to anything I’ve experienced back home in the UK. I feel like there’s a lot more opportunity in Los Angeles in general and definitely UCLA extension can connect you to those opportunities much more easily, much more directly, just because of the quality […]

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Three social media storytelling tips for tech companies | Need-to-know

Three social media storytelling tips for tech companies | Need-to-know

The tech industry is one that’s cottoned on to the storytelling value of social media pretty well. After all, technology is one of the biggest stories of the 21st century! However, one thing that many tech companies struggle with is creating global content for their international audiences. Too often, stories aren’t tailored to the specific […]

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Stavn Toxic On FIFA?! / Media Day / ESL Pro League Finals Odense / Part 1

Stavn Toxic On FIFA?! / Media Day / ESL Pro League Finals Odense / Part 1

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Thickening haze in Singapore affects air quality

Thickening haze in Singapore affects air quality

Smog across Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore is disrupting travel, schools and forcing people to seek medical help. More than 135,000 Indonesians are reported to be suffering from respiratory diseases. This widespread pollution is caused by slash-and-burn farming in Indonesia’s northern islands of Sumatra and Kalimantan. At the heart of the problem are Palm oil plantation […]

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41-year-old Adoptee Deported After 37 Years in the U.S. (HBO)

41-year-old Adoptee Deported After 37 Years in the U.S. (HBO)

Earlier this month, a 42-year-old named Philip Clay was found dead in Seoul, South Korea from an apparent suicide. Clay was one of an unknown number of Korean adoptees who were brought to the United States as children, and then deported back to South Korea as adults. Over the course of four months, Jay Caspian […]

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Should the US have signed the Kyoto Agreement?

countries around the world have have adopted the kyoto protocol as something that’s really just a first step I mean many many people have scientists and others have agreed that i mean at least it’s a step in the right direction it’s almost like the the bill sponsored by I believe senators mccain and lieberman […]

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Pair make first to-scale Solar System model in Nevada desert

Pair make first to-scale Solar System model in Nevada desert

There’s a lot we still don’t know about the universe, but what we do know is that it’s really, really big – and so are the things inside it. Objects like our Solar System, looking at the “bigger picture” are absolutely tiny. To explain just how vast the solar system is, filmmaker friends Wylie Overstreet […]

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