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44Malala YousafzaiEducation activist
55Tom HanksActor
66Barack ObamaPresident of the US
77Sabrina CarpenterSinger, actress
88Kailash SatyarthiChildren's rights activist
99George ClooneyActor
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Source: Rolling Stone Latest Music News
Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2016 09:48:57 -0400

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Latest news about Malala Yousafzai

Indian children's rights activist works out of love and compassion

Source: The Kailash Satyarthi Children's Foundation
Date: Wed, 27 Jul 2016 18:00:14 +0000

Author: Noriko AkiyamaSource: The Asahi ShimbunRead The Full Story Here In rescuing an estimated 85,000 victims of trafficking, slavery and child labor, Indian children’s rights activist Kailash Satyarthi has risked his life and been severely beaten. Satyarthi, who was jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 with Malala Yousafzai from Pakistan for their fight against the exploitation of children, isn't afraid to put his life on the line. “I prefer to die lying on the ground for a worthy cause instead of dying in bed,” said Satyarthi, 62. “We all die sooner or later. The greater the peril, the greater the gain.” Traveling throughout the world for about two-thirds of the year, Satyarthi came to Japan in May at the invitation of the nongovernmental organization Action against Child Exploitation (ACE), which seeks the abolition and prevention of child labor. Countless desperate parents have sought the help of Satyarthi, who has helped transform the problem of chil (...)

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Latest news about Pope Francis

En route to Krakow, Pope says world is at war, but it's not a war of religions

Source: CNA Daily News - Vatican
Date: Wed, 27 Jul 2016 09:05:00 -0600

Vatican City, Jul 27, 2016 / 09:05 am (CNA/EWTN News).- On the flight to Poland for World Youth Day, Pope Francis on Wednesday responded to recent violence across the globe by saying that the world is at war. “When I speak of war, I talk about it seriously, but it’s not a war of religion. It’s a war for money, for resources, for nature, for dominion. This is the war,” Pope Francis told journalists on his July 27 flight from Rome to Krakow. “Could one think of a religious war? No. All religions want peace. Others want war,” he said. “Is that clear?” Francis addressed the 70 journalists on board the papal plane when, as usual, he came to the back to greet them each individually and thank them for their work. However, before going down the rows of eager writers and photographers on board, Fr. Federico Lombardi SJ, who will retire as Vatican spokesman after the trip, asked the Pope to offer some words on the “emotional days” a (...)

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