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Editor's note: This story contains explicit language that may be offensive for some readers. TORONTO -- Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri, born and raised in Nigeria before emigrating to the United States to become one of the most unique front office success stories in professional sports
The Global Note: Death on the "Cursed Mountain"…Drug Tunnel…Olympic Forecast: Cloudy, With A Chance of Chaos
AVALANCHE IN THE ALPS: “DEADLIEST IN YEARS” -DEATH IN THE MOUNTAINS…The wall of snow – 60 feet high – came barreling down just before sunrise on Mont Maudit, hitting a team of 28 mountaineers as they attempted a dawn ascent of what’s considered one of...
ABC News Recognized with Five Edward R. Murrow Awards - More Than Any Other Network
ABC News and ABC News Radio Honored for Breaking News and Continued News Coverage “ABC World News” Wins in Hard News Category for Reports on the Famine in Somalia It was announced today that ABC News is being honored by the Radio Television Digital News...
Lama Hasan is an ABC News correspondent based in London since 2010. She reports for all ABC News' broadcasts and platforms, including "World News with Diane Sawyer," "Good Morning America," "This Week" and "Nightline," as well as ABC News Radio, ABC News NOW and ABCNEWS.com. Recently Hasan covered
Reporter's Notebook: Emaciated Somali Tot Now a Healthy, Chubby Toddler
You only have to look at the before and after images to understand Minhaj Gedi Farah's remarkable story of survival. When the 7-month-old Somali boy was admitted to the International Rescue Committee's hospital in Dadaab, the world's largest refugee complex , he was emaciated and on the brink of
The Face of the Famine: Baby Minhaj, Before and After
by Sophia Jones-Mwangi, International Rescue Committee DADAAB, Kenya - When seven-month-old Minhaj Gedi Farah was admitted to the International Rescue Committee’s hospital in the Dadaab refugee complex in July, he was dying. Minhaj’s emaciated little body was shown in media throughout the world.
UNICEF Aid Missions: How to Help
“Nightline” anchor Cynthia McFadden got the rare opportunity to travel with UNICEF officials on an aid mission to drought-stricken Kenya this week, and report on the devastation facing hundreds of thousands of people. The widespread famine in East Africa has now long past 100 days....
Forgotten Faces of Famine: UNICEF Aid Mission Heads to Kenya , Devastated by Drought
It has fallen off the front pages. It rarely makes the evening news. But the humanitarian emergency in East Africa continues. The officially declared famine now long past 100 days. It is hard to do justice to the extent of the human suffering. Hard to...