Brazilian group NUMAPE have recently created three games to make children aware of the dangers of violence against women in a bid to change future norms.
Have you ever felt you want to avoid congestion and get to work in a hassle-free way that provides the city you live in with fresh air?
Thousands of young Brits travel abroad every year to work on ski resorts but COVID-19 has forced many to close, leaving seasonaires stranded and out of work.
Supermarkets across the UK are struggling to keep up with the spike in demand for dried yeast as people turn to baking to pass the time in quarantine.
The usual early morning rush- busy traffic, brisk-walking people and announcements at train stations have quietly vanished. There's "scare" in the streets- Covid-19
On the 20th April, Maringá’s mayor Ulisses Maia allowed some business to go back to their normal activities as long as they take the safety procedures established.
The first vintage fair held in Bournemouth this year attracted more than 40 store holders to fill the space of Bournemouth Pavilion on Sunday (January 19th) between 10am to 4pm, with the entrance fee of £2.5.
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