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The Power of Kindness
Sandra Uwiringiyimana, co-founder of the Jimbere Fund speaks about the power of kindness at Women’s Leader’s Global Forum.
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Bitcoin, Blockchain, Buzz: Economic and Financial Outlook
Buzzwords like blockchain, crypto, disruption dominate the discussions on the digital transformation of economy and finance. What is the real impact of new forms of work and the changing landscape of ownership? What are the implications of reduced transaction costs and facilitated accountability?
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The Digital Age: The Women's Era
The digital revolution is the single biggest driver of change in the world today. The well-being of societies is tied and linked on how governance frameworks optimize the benefits. Technology opportunities, characterized by artificial intelligence, big data, cloud computing and mobile robotics, influence economy, environment and society in general. How can women leaders can drive this revolution? What is needed to make the digital age the women's era?
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Haley pushes Mideast peace plan in closing Security Council remarks
"It recognizes the realities on the ground in the Middle East have changed — and changed in very powerful and important ways," Haley said
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First transgender woman competes in Miss Universe pageant
"Today I am here, proudly representing my nation, all women and human rights,” she said
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Number of journalists killed worldwide increases in 2018
Reporters Without Borders said 63 journalists died in relation to their jobs from in the first 11 months of 2018
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Lawmakers: Mom tear-gassed at border allowed into U.S.
Two Democrats from California live-tweeted a group of migrants, including a family that gained attention for being tear-gassed at the border, seeking asylum in the U.S.
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Mom who couldn't see dying son due to travel ban gets waiver
The child, a U.S. citizen, has been on life support at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital in Oakland for the past month
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Drone delivers vaccines for kids on remote island
The drone delivery covered almost 25 miles of rainforests and rugged mountainous terrain
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U.K. to put troops on standby for no-deal Brexit "contingencies"
With a trade and customs deal with EU still seemingly out of reach as deadline nears, government warns businesses to be ready for disruption
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Russia rejects damning reports on pro-Trump election meddling
Moscow issues oft-repeated flat denial of "any kind of interference" in U.S. politics as Senator warns it's "time to get serious in addressing this challenge"
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U.K. neo-Nazi couple, 4 more jailed for belonging to banned group
All 6 found guilty of membership in National Action, a group banned under anti-terror laws for advocating "overthrow of democracy" by violence
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Ross from "Friends" lookalike faces arrest for skipping court
Abdulah Husseni, who looks an awful lot like David Schwimmer, was facing theft and fraud charges, now there's a warrant out for his arrest
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Trump's travel ban prevents Yemeni mom from visiting dying 2-year-old son
A woman from Yemen who wants to fly to California to visit her dying 2-year-old child is being denied entry to the U.S. because of a controversial travel ban. His mother is barred from flying to the U.S. by President Trump's so-called "Muslim ban" and is stuck more than 7,500 miles away in Egypt. Mireya Villarreal reports.
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Yemen truce off to rocky start, but calm prevails on day 1
Ceasefire in port city of Hodeida - a vital port for the flow of desperately needed humanitarian aid - appears to hold after a violent start
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Resorts in Jamaica covered up sexual assaults, report says
Investigation shows a number of popular resort destinations in Jamaica have paid victims to stay silent and says an estimated one American is raped a month there
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Time running out for starving children in Yemen ahead of ceasefire
Having fled from Saudi airstrikes and vicious fighting, people in remote northern Yemen are now up against another killer: malnutrition
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Women on track for pay parity with men in 200 years
Progress in closing the "gender gap" in pay and other key metrics has stalled, World Economic Forum finds
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3rd round of U.S.-Taliban talks start without Afghan government reps.
Change of venue for ongoing efforts to negotiate a roadmap for peace in Afghanistan, without any Afghan government negotiators
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Yemen's rebels pin hope for peace on the U.S. government
CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer asks the Houthi rebel foreign minister why aid hasn't been getting to starving civilians in northern Yemen, and why he hopes a changing U.S. stance and a new ceasefire can finally ease the suffering.
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Unearthed tomb called the most "significant discovery in decades"
The walls are covered in carvings depicting some of their favorite activities: hunting, musical performances and even sailing
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Help will come too late for many starving Yemeni kids
As ceasefire brings some hope, parents in rebel territory feed their kids -- the ones strong enough to eat anything -- boiled leaves
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Trying to save Yemeni children who are too hungry to eat
A ceasefire in Yemen is set to go into effect Tuesday in a key port city. Fighting between a Saudi-led coalition and Iranian-backed rebels has pushed millions to the brink of famine. Elizabeth Palmer traveled to a makeshift camp deep in rebel territory.
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Yemen's rebels pin hopes for peace on the U.S. government
With ceasefire about to take effect, Houthi foreign minister tells CBS News relief for millions is coming, and with U.S. help, peace can flourish
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Malaysia accuses Goldman Sachs of involvement in 1MDB scandal
Investment bank faces criminal charges over alleged multibillion-dollar theft from sovereign wealth fund
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Saudis balk at U.S. Senate's "disrespect" over Khashoggi killing
Kingdom calls bipartisan resolution pinning blame for murder on crown prince an "interference," but reaffirms strong ties with Trump's backing
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