Here are some good news that may inspire, move & touch you:
Land in Afghanistan Donated to Mine Victims
Land in Afghanistan that is now free of mines has been donated to the workers who were injured while clearing those deadly weapons from the area,the United Nations said yesterday. The 87 deminers, who were all wounded in the Herat region during mine clearance activities, have since returned to their homes,but most are unemployed and face challenging living conditions.
Sailor Honored for Boosting Morale
A Florida Naval Reservist, who left his position as an attorney to serve his seven-month tour of duty in Iraq, is being honored for his outstanding mentoring and role modeling while overseas.
U.S. CO2 Emissions Declined 1.3% in 2006
Preliminary estimates by the U.S. government show carbon dioxide emissions — the number one contributor to global warming — dropping 1.3 percent in 2006, mostly due to a drop in energy demand caused by milder seasons, less driving, and more non-carbon fuel usage.
SWAZILAND:Helping orphans help themselves
Twelve-year-old Nhlanhla Matsebula, one of Swaziland’s growing number of children orphaned by AIDS, has good reason to feel proud. He has mastered the skill of ploughing a field with a team of oxen and in doing so, saved his late parents’ farm from being taken."
You wonder why we don't' hear these news from our Main Stream Media?