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Saudi Prince Denounces Ultra-Conservative Clerics and Leans in to Progressive Future

Saudi Arabia has made leaps in recent months to catch up with the modern world – and now, the kingdom’s representatives are pushing away their conservative roots in a dramatic fashion. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced yesterday that he would be taking a direct stance against the kingdom’s puritanical

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MIT Students Design and Donate Special Sleeping Bags to Syrian Refugees

“It’s a simple solution to a big problem.” Rebecca Linke | MIT News Winter in Syria can be cold. Freezing cold. With over 11 million people displaced since the beginning of the country’s civil war in 2011, many millions are without adequate heating or shelter during the cold winter months.

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MIT Students Design and Donate Special Sleeping Bags to Syrian Refugees

“It’s a simple solution to a big problem.” Rebecca Linke | MIT News Winter in Syria can be cold. Freezing cold. With over 11 million people displaced since the beginning of the country’s civil war in 2011, many millions are without adequate heating or shelter during the cold winter months.

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Palestinian Bus Driver Finds $10,000 and Returns it to Jewish Owner

Despite the apparent cultural or religious differences, this Palestinian bus driver did not hesitate to return $10,000 in cash to the Jewish man who had lost it. The 35-year-old driver, Ramadan Jamjoum, was piloting the 422 line from Jerusalem to the Orthodox city of Bnei Brak when the incident occurred. Jamjoum told

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