In 1989, my parents left Beirut, the capital city of Lebanon, due to the renewal of civil war battles. I was 8 years old.
One night in December, 2011, Grace refused to serve a Sudanese customer who used to drink tea and coffee daily without paying a cent.
It is with mixed feelings that I am putting down my thoughts on the recent flood disasters in my country.
Mee Mee heard that the soldiers were coming.
Every state has a right to defend its sovereignty and national integrity-yes. Every state also has a right to protect its borders from infiltrators who are a threat to its national security-yes.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the miscarriage rate for pregnant women with malaria may be as high as 60%.
When you see her warm and welcoming smile, you can’t imagine all the pain she is carrying. Claudia Quintero, or “Gina Escheback”, is a survivor with a 24/7 available optimism.
October 12, 2011 By Deepa Panchang, Another Haiti Is Possible Co-Coordinator, Other Worlds Nou dwe sèl mèt bout tè sa a: We should be the only owners of this land.
Long time ago, I have hoped to take part in some activities that are connected to migration, especially refugees.