Stories from 6 August 2021
Prime minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines injured in protests over move to make vaccines ‘mandatory’
Protesters said the proposed amendments would infringe on people's rights, and accused the government of failing to engage in dialogue around the issue.
Tigers move up the Himalaya
A new paper has reported fresh sightings of wild tigers in higher elevations in Nepal, showing that conservation efforts need to be stepped-up outside their traditional habitat inside national parks.
Camacho-Quinn's historic Olympic win sparks discussion on Puerto Rican identity
"Did you know that our first and only Olympic gold medals have been won by two women?"
New Zealand government apologizes for dawn raids targeting Pacific communities in the 1970s
"I stand before you as a symbol of the Crown that wronged you nearly 50 years ago."
Ukrainian library reinvents itself for a New Age
A youth library in Kherson shows the way to thriving in uncertain times as an educational and literary hub for the local community and wider region.
Style and comfort in one: Adaptive clothing for people with disabilities
"Kekalove Adaptive Fashion," is a social business founded in 2019 by a group of young people designing clothes specifically for people with disabilities.
The first woman dub poet, Jean ‘Binta’ Breeze, dies at her rural Jamaican home
Reflective of Jamaica’s storytelling tradition, her work involved repeated chanting in a narrative style.