(2022-05-19). Whether in war-torn Ukraine, Laos or Spain, kids have felt compelled to pick up crayons and put their experiences to paper. Paul Morrow, Human Rights Fellow, University of Dayton
(2022-05-19). Just how accurate are rapid antigen tests? Two testing experts explain the latest data. Nathaniel Hafer, Assistant Professor of Molecular Medicine, UMass Chan Medical School
(2022-05-19). It's impossible to determine your personal COVID-19 risks and frustrating to try — but you can still take action. Malia Jones, Scientist in Health Geography, University of Wisconsin-Madison
(2022-05-19). Talks to Extend Yemen Ceasefire Are Ongoing. news.antiwar.com Beginning at the start of April alongside Ramadan, the Yemen ceasefire has seen a hugely successful drop in the number of airstrikes and casualties. Humanitarian aid shipments are on the rise, and things are generally improving after seven years of war. | It was a two month ceasefire, and six weeks in there are just two weeks left. What happens then is of concern, but UN envoy Hans Grundberg
(2022-05-19). In Midwestern schools, LGBTQ teachers face discrimination, hate and their own fears. Ferial Pearson, Assistant Professor of Teacher Education, University of Nebraska Omaha
(2022-05-19). Online data could be used against people seeking abortions if Roe v. Wade falls. Nora McDonald, Assistant Professor of Information Technology, University of Cincinnati
(2022-05-19). Why Turkey isn't on board with Finland, Sweden joining NATO — and why that matters. Ronald Suny, Professor of History and Political Science, University of Michigan
(2022-05-19). Zinc is a metal essential to life — scientists have discovered a protein that helps keep cells alive when zinc levels are low. Andy Weiss, Postdoctoral Fellow in Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology, Vanderbilt University
(2022-05-19). What is the Lag BaOmer pilgrimage? Joshua Shanes, Associate Professor of Jewish Studies, College of Charleston
(2022-05-19). Beyond flora and fauna: Why it's time to include fungi in global conservation goals. Matt Kasson, Associate Professor of Mycology and Plant Pathology, West Virginia University
(2022-05-19). Why Indigenous communities need a seat at the table on climate. Ray Minniecon, NAIITS Indigenous Elder, NAIITS
(2022-05-19). Less than 1% of abortions take place in the third trimester — here's why people get them. Katrina Kimport, Associate Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences, University of California, San Francisco
(2022-05-19). How corporate takeovers are fundamentally changing podcasting. John Sullivan, Professor of Media and Communication, Muhlenberg College
(2022-05-19). How media reports of 'clashes' mislead Americans about Israeli-Palestinian violence. Maha Nassar, Associate Professor in the School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies, University of Arizona
(2022-05-19). Fewer donors say they're willing to give to a charity when it supports immigrants — especially if they're undocumented. Joannie Tremblay-Boire, Assistant Professor, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland
(2022-05-19). Abortion: the story of suffering and death behind Ireland's ban and subsequent legalization. Gretchen E. Ely, Professor of Social Work and Ph.D. Program Director, University of Tennessee
(2022-05-19). Hydropower's future is clouded by droughts, floods and climate change — it's also essential to the US electric grid. Caitlin Grady, Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Research Associate in the Rock Ethics Institute, Penn State
(2022-05-19). Daily Round-Up | Pentagon finds 'no wrongdoing' in Syria airstrikes & other stories. peoplesdispatch.org Pentagon report on airstrikes in Syria that killed in Syria, US eases sanctions against Venezuela, Ola Bini's trial resumes, and Libya's PM retreats from Tripoli…
(2022-05-19). Pentagon Grilled Over Lack of Accountability for Civilian Casualties in Syria Airstrike. news.antiwar.com Pentagon spokesman John Kirby was Last year, The New York Times
(2022-05-19). Iran, Azerbaijan discuss boosting economic ties. en.mehrnews.com TEHRAN, May 19 (MNA) — The Iranian Foreign Minister and the Azerbaijan First Deputy Prime Minister called for boosting Tehran-Baku economic ties, especially in the energy and transportation sectors.
(2022-05-19). Headlines of Iran's Persian dailies on May 19. en.mehrnews.com TEHRAN, May 18 (MNA) — Mehr News agency takes a look at headlines of Iran's Persian-language dailies on Thursday, May 19.
(2022-05-19). Iran become self-sufficient in nuclear fuel cycle: Eslami. en.mehrnews.com TEHRAN, May 19 (MNA) — Stating that Leader of the Islamic Revolution supported nuclear science and technology for years, Chief of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran said that Iran has presently become self-sufficient in nuclear fuel cycle.
(2022-05-19). Front pages of Iran's English dailies on May 19. en.mehrnews.com TEHRAN, May 19 (MNA) — Here are the front pages of Iran's English language dailies on Thursday, May 19.
(2022-05-19). 'Democracy is worth it': Pat O'Shane calls for remote polling booths to be staffed. greenleft.org.au Kuku Yalanji woman Pat O'Shane has slammed the reported failure to find staff for polling booths in Cape York communities. Kerry Smith reports.
(2022-05-19). Raeisi stresses using capacities to boost Tehran-Cuba coop. en.mehrnews.com TEHRAN, May 19 (MNA) — Tehran-Havana relations are strategic, president Raeisi said, calling for developing cooperation between Iran and Cuba in all fields by using the numerous capacities and potential of the two countries.
(2022-05-19). Awakened Pakistan Now Needs National Mobilization of Entrepreneurialism. moderndiplomacy.eu No other time in the history of the nation, a single outsider built so much leadership in a real life and death game as did Captain Imran Khan. How he nationally mobilized the citizenry and delivered a clear message of solidarity to force change in a suddenly imposed government already so deeply rooted in institutionalized …