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Study Finds AmeriCorps Program Boosts Literacy Skills of Pre-K Students

Corporation for National and Community Service

This research follows an evaluation of the Minnesota Reading Corps K-3 program released last year.

Yemen: Work for children continues, UNICEF says

United Nations Children's Fund

NEW YORK, 28 March 2015 – “Although the deteriorating situation in Yemen is curtailing operations, UNICEF continues to work to provide vital assistance for children in the country through a small number of international staff and more than 100 national staff, working with local as well as international partners. “UNICEF and partners are providing water, sanitation and hygiene supplies as well as supporting mobile health clinics for more than 600 families who have arrived in Harad from the north.

Request for Applications for YouthStart Global in Benin, Mozambique, Rwanda, and Zambia

United Nations Capital Development Fund

UNCDF is seeking applications from qualified technical partners (e.g.

CEO and Managing Director Of US Broker-Dealer Sentenced for International Bribery Scheme

United States Department of Justice

Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara of the Southern District of New York made the announcement.

Former Independence, Missouri, Police Officer Indicted on Federal Civil Rights and Obstruction of Justice Charges

United States Department of Justice

Acting Assistant Attorney General Vanita Gupta of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division and U.S. Attorney Tammy Dickinson of the Western District of Missouri announced that a federal grand jury has returned a four-count indictment against former Independence, Missouri, police officer Timothy Runnels for violating the constitutional rights of a minor who was in his custody and obstructing the subsequent investigation into the incident.

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America's Secret Weapon Honored at Luncheon

Department of the Navy
HONOLULU (NNS) -- The Military Intelligence Service (MIS) Veterans Club of Hawaii hosted a luncheon banquet in honor of the MIS

Study Finds AmeriCorps Program Boosts Literacy Skills of Pre-K Students

Corporation for National and Community Service

This research follows an evaluation of the Minnesota Reading Corps K-3 program released last year.

Violence in Guatemala Linked to a ‘Green’ Dam

Impunity Watch
GUATEMALA CITY- Guatemala – A planned mega-dam in Guatemala has been linked to grave human rights abuses, including the killing of

India's landmark online speech ruling is step toward greater press freedom

Centre for Internet and Society
Aseem Trivedi speaks to the media after his arrest in 2012. Charges against the cartoonist have been dropped after India overturned

Men's gymnastics captures third Big Ten title

Penn State
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The Penn State men's gymnastics team won the 2015 Big Ten Championship in thrilling fashion Friday night in

Two Years On: Impact of Anti-Immigration Campaigns

Southall Black Sisters
Southall Black Sisters jointly with Southall Community Alliance invite you to a public meeting on Wednesday 8th April 2015 at Southall

Nuffield Trust responds to 'seven-day NHS'

Nuffield Trust
The Prime Minister is right to want to improve the consistency of care people receive in hospitals. There is a need to deal with the

SC has set a high threshold for tolerance: Lawrence Liang

Centre for Internet and Society
Lawrence Liang says the problem with hate speech laws is that they collapse questions of law and order with questions of subjective

Angie’s List Stops Major Project in Indianapolis Over New Anti-LGBT Discrimination Law

Human Rights Campaign
WASHINGTON – Today over concerns of Indiana’s new anti-LGBT law, Angie’s List announced it was stopping its campus expansion

Youhanabad incidents: HRCP for fair-handed probe

Human Rights Commission of Pakistan
Lahore, March 28: The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has expressed serious concern at the Youhanabad Christian

Yemen: Work for children continues, UNICEF says

United Nations Children's Fund

NEW YORK, 28 March 2015 – “Although the deteriorating situation in Yemen is curtailing operations, UNICEF continues to work to provide vital assistance for children in the country through a small number of international staff and more than 100 national staff, working with local as well as international partners. “UNICEF and partners are providing water, sanitation and hygiene supplies as well as supporting mobile health clinics for more than 600 families who have arrived in Harad from the north.

Request for Applications for YouthStart Global in Benin, Mozambique, Rwanda, and Zambia

United Nations Capital Development Fund

UNCDF is seeking applications from qualified technical partners (e.g.

Six children among 25 killed in Saudi Arabian-led airstrikes on Yemen

Ekklesia
At least six children under the age of ten were among 25 people reported killed in Saudi Arabian-led airstrikes in the Yemeni capital

Boko Haram Attacks Increase Since Election Postponement and Crackdown, IHS Finds

IHS
LONDON, UK (28 March, 2015) – The number of Boko Haram attacks increased in the six weeks following the election postponement and

Eagle Flag exercise brings services together

US Air Force
Tech. Sgt. Cory Little runs for cover during a mock attack from opposing forces, March 12, 2015, during Exercise Eagle Flag 15-2, at

Keeping our military safe on social media

US Air Force
Social media. It incorporates several platforms that allow military members to stay in touch with friends and loved ones around the

SolarCity Expects to Hire 300 New Employees with Roseville Office Expansion

SolarCity
ROSEVILLE, Calif. - SolarCity (NASDAQ: SolarCity), the nation’s #1 solar provider, today announced its move into a vast new

Latestone Crosses 50,000 Order Mark

LatestONE.com as the name suggests, specializes in latest designs, models, and gadgets in the ever increasing & changing market

Shut it Down for Earth Hour

Northwestern University
Earth Hour 2015 will take place from 8:30 to 9:30

Shock claim: Why Obama refused to help fight Boko Haram

Center for Security Policy
Allegations are mounting that the Obama administration withheld weapons and intelligence support from Nigeria’s fight against Boko

India Smart Cities Project Requires Overall Investment in tune of USD2 Trillion Says TechSci Research

Government to Actively Use PPP Route and Encourage FDI for Effective Implementation of Smart Cities Project in

EU successfully launches two Galileo satellites

European Commission
Galileo, the EU's satellite navigation programme, has just placed two more satellites into orbit. The lift-off took place on 27 March

FIFA M.A ELITE REFEREE/ASSESSORS COURSE ENDS SUCCESSFULLY

Federation of Uganda Football Associations
Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) Member Association Elite Referees’ and Assessors course ended successfully

UGANDA CUP 2014/15: Lweza Battles CRO, KCC Away to Ndejje University

Federation of Uganda Football Associations
The 2014/15 Uganda Cup returns Saturday with two last Round of 16 fixtures.

CommLab Exhibits at Booth 1243 in the ATD 2015 Annual Conference

CommLab India, a leading eLearning company, is participating in ATD’s International Conference & Exposition 2015. This year the

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