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Natural Hotspots In Dire Need Of Conservation

Study emphasizes need for strategic management to safeguard thousands of species. The post Natural Hotspots In Dire Need Of Conservation appeared first on Zenger News.

‘They Call Us Slaves’: Plight Of Kenya’s Domestic Workers In The Middle East

Despite tales of suffering and abuse, desperate Kenyans continue to flock to the Gulf in search of greener pastures.  The post ‘They Call Us Slaves’: Plight Of Kenya’s Domestic Workers In The Middle East appeared first on Zenger News.

Food, Water, Culture Focus Of Groundbreaking Israeli, Moroccan Study 

Scientific research in the areas of agriculture, water, energy and ecological restoration are part of the collaboration. The post Food, Water, Culture Focus Of Groundbreaking Israeli, Moroccan Study  appeared first on Zenger News.

Abu Dhabi To Host Inaugural Global Media Congress In November 2022

The event will be a platform for international companies interested in engaging in the region's media markets. The post Abu Dhabi To Host Inaugural Global Media Congress In November 2022 appeared first on Zenger News.

Phar-Old-Job: Ancient Egyptian James Bond Temple Gets Face Lift

Experts carry out a painstaking restoration of the 3,500-year-old Great Hypostyle Hall, used as backdrops for movie blockbusters.  The post Phar-Old-Job: Ancient Egyptian James Bond Temple Gets Face Lift appeared first on Zenger News.

Riding Growth Of Liquefied Natural Gas, US Stays Atop Worldwide Petroleum Production

As overseas countries move away from coal, American gas exporters are lowering costs. The post Riding Growth Of Liquefied Natural Gas, US Stays Atop Worldwide Petroleum Production appeared first on Zenger News.
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VIDEO: Mum-Believable: Incredible Mum, 23, Who Runs Three Schools And Fosters Over 30 Children

Tusaiwe Munkhondiya, a 23-year-old woman, runs three schools, an orphanage and fosters over 30 children. The post VIDEO: Mum-Believable: Incredible Mum, 23, Who Runs Three Schools And Fosters Over 30 Children appeared first on Zenger News.