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The Right To Repair | Youngzine World News

Repair or replace? This is a difficult choice for consumers when appliances that they own, like TVs and refrigerators, break down. Too often, the only option, or at least the cheaper one, is to replace an appliance rather…

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The Right To Repair In The U.K

Repair or replace? This is a difficult choice for consumers when appliances that they own, like TVs and refrigerators, break down. Too often, the only option, or at least the cheaper one, is to replace an appliance rather…

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Migrant Children At U.S-Mexico Border

Along the U.S.-Mexico border, a patchwork of tent settlements dots the landscape. In these makeshift dwellings are hundreds of Central American migrants, all waiting to be granted asylum and entrance to the United States. Some have been waiting months, and…

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Fukushima: Ten Years Later | Youngzine World News

On March 11, 2011, Japan’s northeastern coast was roiled by a magnitude 9.0 earthquake, the most serious in the country’s history. Within 40 minutes, the ominous tremors triggered a massive tsunami, which washed over the shore and caused…

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A Historic Visit By The Pope

Pope Francis made history as the first sitting pope to visit Iraq. The Pope’s visit last weekend was the first since the pandemic started. He chose to travel to Iraq to support and encourage the Christian minority in the war-torn…

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A Plea To Share Vaccines

For the past year, COVID-19 has affected all of our lives to different degrees and caused great suffering for many. Thankfully, vaccines against the virus are being approved and distributed at an increasingly fast pace. In fact, according…

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Facebook’s Feud With Australia | Youngzine World News

A week back, Australians woke up to find that they could not share or view news on their Facebook feed. It turns out Facebook had banned news content on their platform in Australia.  The ban outraged the public,…

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What Is Happening In Yemen?

For nearly seven years, the impoverished country of Yemen has been in a state of war. Recently, President Biden ended the U.S. support for Saudi Arabia in its war against Yemen. He recognized that Yemen had become a…

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A Winter Storm Blankets The U.S

Imagine having to weather a frigid snowstorm without power. This is the reality for nearly 4.3 million residents across the U.S state of Texas where temperatures have plunged to -12 degrees Fahrenheit! These record low temperatures and high snowfall have brought power…

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A Military Coup In Myanmar

After a decade-long experiment with democracy, the South Asian country of Myanmar is back under military rule.  Last Monday, the country’s citizens woke up to the news that the military had staged a coup. The armed forces had arrested the…

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