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Although his vision for indoor food cultivation dates back many decades, a Japanese botanist, Shigeharu Shimamura, used the earthquake and tsunami disaster of 2011...

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In 1986, the painful Guinea worm disease plagued more than 3.5 million people in Africa and Asia. Last year, there were only 126 cases...

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Since 1985, U.S. college costs have surged by almost 500 percent. Yet Germany's universities are now tuition-free. The German government fully funds not only the...

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A hero Muslim employee from Mali who helped hide hostages in a walk-in refrigerator at a Jewish supermarket during last week's Paris attacks will...

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A Muslim employee of the Paris kosher grocery store attacked by a terrorist Friday is being hailed as a hero for saving multiple customers...

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A poverty-stricken South African teen who lived in a one-bedroom cottage she shared with 3 other people was unable to go to university due...

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A group of tired security guards rose from their slumber and leapt to the rescue of a couple left dangling over a river in...

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Firefighters from Aldinga's Country Fire Service returned exhausted from fighting wild fires in the tough conditions of Adelaide Hills this morning. Sacrificing their lives to...

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In his year-end newsletter Bill Gates wants to celebrate some of the good news hidden in this turbulent year. Millions of dollars in grants...

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"A sandwich shop owner has been "blown away" by people's generosity after thousands bought Christmas meals for the homeless." Josh Littlejohn, co-founder of Social Bite,...

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