Hanoi orders probe as majority of Essex truck death victims likely from Vietnam
Nghe An is one of Vietnam’s poorest provinces, and home to many victims of human trafficking, who end up in Europe, according to a March report by the Pacific Links Foundation, a US-based anti-trafficking organization.
Weekend At Bernie’s: Sanders Tell Black Student to ‘Respect’ Police to Avoid Getting ‘Shot in the Back of the Head’
“I would be very cautious if you were my son in terms of dealing with that police officer, but I would also defend my rights and know my rights and make sure if possible that police officer’s camera is on what goes on.”
He’s the First African American to Receive a Face Transplant. His Story Could Change Health Care
Widespread mistrust of the medical system has made many African Americans wary of tissue donation, contributing to donor shortages; in turn, only 17% of black patients awaiting an organ transplant got one in 2015, compared with about 30% of white patients.
The unplanned journey that led Lagos to becoming an overwhelmed megacity
The city was much smaller and was made up of Lagos Island (Eko) which included Ikoyi and Obalende neighborhoods. It was a beautiful environment that featured Portuguese, Brazilian, and British Victorian architecture. Its streets were clean and tree-lined. Urban crime was virtually non-existent.