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Building for Real With Digital Blocks

To improve community structures with citizens' input, the United Nations uses a computer game inspired by Lego.

Kenya's Brigid Kosgei Breaks Marathon World Record

A record that seemed untouchable for years fell in 2:14:04. The run whacked 81 seconds off the previous women's mark.

Eliud Kipchoge Breaks Two-Hour Marathon Barrier

In Vienna, the Kenyan achieved a milestone once believed to be unattainable. But his time, 1:59:40, will not be recognized as a world record.

School Collapses in Kenya, Killing at Least 7 Students

The wooden structure at Precious Talent Top School crumbled as the school day began on Monday, officials said.

El negocio de vender ensayos universitarios

Estudiantes en Estados Unidos, el Reino Unido y Australia están contratando para que les redacten sus trabajos a personas de otros países que lo hacen por necesidad (...)

Cheating, Inc. : How Writing Papers for American College Students Has Become a Lucrative (...)

Amid the college admissions scandal, another type of cheating was overlooked: Students already in college who pay others to write their papers.

Wangechi Mutu : A New Face for the Met

Nourished by Kenyan culture, the transnational artist is filling the niches on the Fifth Avenue facade, for the first time in the Met's history. It's a step on the museum's rocky road (...)

How to Get TB Patients to Take Their Pills ? Persistent Texting and a ‘Winners (...)

The drug regimens can be grueling, and patients often quit taking their medications. But turning it into a cellphone competition helps.

Scientists Fertilize Eggs From the Last Two Northern White Rhinos

A mother and daughter are the only two northern white rhinoceroses left in the world. Their eggs were fertilized using sperm from males who have died.

Lawmaker Kicked Out of Kenyan Parliament for Taking Baby to Work

Zuleikha Hassan said she took her 5-month-old to the National Assembly because an emergency had left her without child care. She was escorted from the (...)


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