Whose Children Are Missing

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Published in Cape May County Herald.

When your own child is missing, you will know the pain, anxiety, and depression. Even when we have strong laws, public awareness through public education still lacks. I think public education will further aid police to find missing children and provide information to parents about the safety of their children.

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Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Anatomy of Suffering

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The Chiostro Del Bramante, a cloister-turned-gallery in the heart of Rome, is currently presenting “Jean-Michel Basquiat: New York City” – a generous selection of work spanning the short, but immensely prolific, career of this extraordinary artist.

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Food, nay tobacco, for thought

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The curtain is finally down on the World No Tobacco Day 2017 and we are back to business as usual. There was a flurry of activities in my city, and elsewhere too, during the weeks preceding this day, reaching a crescendo on the 30th and 31st of May. Barring very few exceptions, the script of all the programmes/ discourses seemed to be taken from the same master copy.

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Tobacco endgame is critical

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Tobacco endgame is critical 'cog in the wheel' for sustainable development

BOBBY RAMAKANT, CNS

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Eliminate the Worst Forms of Child Labor

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UN Peacekeepers : The Limits and Opportunities

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UN Peacekeepers : The Limits and Opportunities for Creative Action
by Rene Wadlow

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Anti-TB drug resistance threatens

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There is no doubt that groundbreaking progress has been made in fight against tuberculosis (TB) in the past two decades, but it might be prudent to review if we are winning the fight in order to #endTB by 2030. Do we slip backwards when we fail to prevent every single transmission of new TB infection or when a new person becomes resistant to anti-TB drugs?

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