For a quarter of a century, a group of women in eastern Mexico has provided food and water to the hundreds of Central American migrants who pass by on top of the infamous freight train known as The Beast. The women, known as Las Patronas, or the Bosses, distribute about 300 parcels a day – a life-saving act of kindness towards those risking life and limb to reach the US and finally escape violence and poverty at home
Pope Francis washed and kissed the feet of Muslim, Orthodox, Hindu and Catholic refugees Thursday, declaring them children of the same God, in a gesture of…MORE: WASHINGTONPOST.COM
A teacher in the eastern Polish city of Bialystok gave the size of a boat and the number of people on board.
The students’ assignment? To calculate how many Syrian refugees had to be thrown overboard for the boat to stay…MORE: cnn.com
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