Britain’s Mo Farah and Kenya’s Brigid Kosgei win 2018 Chicago Marathon

October 7, 2018

Sir Mo” Farah traveled toward the Chicago Marathon complete line pumping his clench hands and making a gesture of blowing lip pursings to the group. In the ladies’ race, Brigid Kosgei won in persuading style. Then, Daniel Romanchuk, a 20-year-old from Champaign, won the men’s wheelchair marathon, and Switzerland’s Manuela Schar get her first Chicago […]

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World Children’s Day 2018: “Children need freedom” – Many celebrations and events in Hagen

September 20, 2018

“Children need freedom” – this is the motto of this year’s World Children’s Day on 20 September. UNICEF and the Child Relief Organization are calling on the federal, state and local authorities to create more opportunities for children and young people to participate. They need freedom to contribute their wishes and ideas and to be taken seriously. Politics […]

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New York City pasted by heaviest April snow since 1982

April 2, 2018

New York City pasted by heaviest April snow since 1982 The calendar read April 2, but heavy, wet snow poured down in New York City early Monday. The big, fat flakes piled up quickly and, despite the temperature hitting 60 degrees the day before, stuck to everything. By 10 a.m., 5.5 inches had accumulated in […]

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