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from Mail Online

parent in some 0f Africa's poorest countries are cutting back on school, clothes and basic medical care just to give their children a meal once a day, experts still, it is not enough' according to the u n food agency, which issued the report, 30 countries now require emergency aid, including 20 in Africa.

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I REALLY WANT TO TRY THIS! Just because! :) A volcano in a mug. Neat idea to show kids how they work. Much more accurate than the old baking soda/vinegar idea.

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from The Independent

Cuban medics in Haiti put the world to shame | The Independent I commemorate Cuba extra ordinary service and dedication to the Haitian people but at the same time I condemn Haiti and the Haitian political leaders for allowing Haiti to be in the condition that it is. Haiti self-proclaims title as the most impoverish nation in the Caribbean really have no ground in reality. Take a look at Cuba what have the US done to Haiti and it has not done to Cuba yet Cuban rise. As far as cleanliness…

from Express.co.uk

11/22/16 Now NEW ZEALAND rocked by 6.3 magnitude earthquake as tsunami slams into Japan A MASSIVE 6.3 magnitude earthquake has rocked central New Zealand – just hours after a gigantic 7.4 magnitude tremor struck off the coast of Fukushima, Japan, unleashing a torrent of tsunami waves.

Ancient Sunken City of Alexandria, Egypt. Lost for 1600 years the fabled city of Alexandria was lost – until just 16 years ago. The famed stage of historic interactions between Cleopatra, Julius Caesar, Marc Antony and Octavius was lost under the water. The royal residences, as archeologists discovered, were slowly sent to the bottom of the sea after a series of earthquakes and tsunamis. The ancient Alexandria had over 500,000 residents and was known for its library with over 700,000…

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from Express.co.uk

Mountain cracks in quake. Many landmarks in Rome were damaged by the 6.5 magnitude earthquake that struck on Sunday morning. Cracks have even appeared in the city’s iconic Colosseum. It's worth remembering that Mount Everest was thrust up to where it is now from under the sea.