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  1. Yemen. Frustration mounts. Humanitarian Workers may walk away until criminals are arrested.
    Published: Wed, 22 May 2019 09:04:22

    Review – Yemen, the Pinnacle of Human Failure. Updated report. FPMag research supports WFP conclusion it may need to withdraw from Yemen. “Humanitarian workers in Yemen are being denied access to the hungry, aid convoys have been blocked, and local … Read

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  2. Huawei Opens Developer App Sharing at Light Speed as Trump Drives European Tech Stocks Down.
    Published: Tue, 21 May 2019 23:32:58

    Huawei’s ‘business-as-usual’ approach hits the ball out of proverbial park. ‘Developer Day’ in France opens doors to major APP development at light speed say company execs at two different trade shows. FPMag Tech News by Fred Harris, Systems Engineer and … Read

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  3. WFP Food Aid for Yemen doesn’t reach needy because of obstructive, uncooperative Houthi leaders.
    Published: Tue, 21 May 2019 21:21:06

    Houthi leadership seems to be responsible for waywardness in moving Food Supplies According to Frances Kennedy, a spokesperson for the World Food Programme based in Rome, “our greatest challenge does not come from the guns, that are yet to fall … Read

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  4. Measles Slam Philippines. Vaccines Slam Measles Back. Vaccines Worked.
    Published: Mon, 20 May 2019 20:39:08

    Some hospitals in Manila set up emergency tents in their parking lots to accommodate case volumes. Now that situation is improving, the high count of Measles deaths that could have been prevented by trusting vaccines is a heart-stopping lesson. by … Read

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  5. Don’t Panic ladies if you own a China-made Huawei. Android does not belong to Google. It belongs to you.
    Published: Mon, 20 May 2019 16:49:35

    Huawei was just forced to compete with Google in the API and OS Game. China’s early-adopter base is 1.4 billion. Huawei is the company targeted by Canada, steered by Justin Trudeau and US President Donald Trump in a display of … Read

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  6. RINJ Members head for August UNCSC2019 in Salt Lake City
    Published: Sun, 19 May 2019 10:02:15

    FPMag Readers and RINJ Members Invited to Join the United Nations in Salt Lake City, USA, for a global conversation about building inclusive and sustainable cities and communities. The Photo and its story: The RINJ Foundation and the United Nations … Read

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  7. Canada’s Garbage in Manila Really Stinks. Adult diapers aging for 5 years.
    Published: Sun, 19 May 2019 02:15:22

    There are not enough snarky remarks to add up to how it feels to stand and watch a beautiful Manila harbour sunset, until your eyes water from the stench of Canada’s trash. Photo Credit: Philippines Government Supplied Photo Photo Art: … Read

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  8. Not your body, lady, when you kill a baby. Kudos to Kay Ivey, Alabama Gov.
    Published: Thu, 16 May 2019 09:49:12

    House Bill 314, “Human Life Protection Act” Comes to Life in Alabama to Save Babies. Thank you The Alabama Bill 314 is a very good piece of legislation under circumstances in which female constituents are confused about their right to … Read

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  9. 82.7 Million Innocent Iranian People Suffer the Supreme Bully. And he is a bit crazy.
    Published: Wed, 15 May 2019 08:47:52

    Loudspeakers screaming “come to pray” and morality police raping women who bared a wrist: Iran is nearly as crazy as Saudi Arabia. Each has a sick-minded leadership oppressing human beings like abused cattle. Today FPMag illustrates a few unsavoury human rights … Read

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  10. Duterte Candidate Slate of alleged Killers and Politicrats from Dictator Marcos Era Slides to Power
    Published: Tue, 14 May 2019 06:01:29

    “The good thing is that Killers and Despots Congregate Mostly in Manila and wouldn’t know where to find the rest of the country,” says voter. Voting is a time when we can get some pocket money. by Melissa Hemingway Feminine-Perspective … Read

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