Advice if you’re upset by the news – CBBC Newsround

If you are upset by what’s happened in Manchester today, here is some advice.

Source: Advice if you’re upset by the news – CBBC Newsround

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Kenyan Muslim who shielded Christians in al-Shabab attack dies – BBC News

A Muslim teacher who refused al-Shabab attackers’ order to split from Christians when they attacked a bus in Kenya dies in surgery almost a month after he was shot.

Source: Kenyan Muslim who shielded Christians in al-Shabab attack dies – BBC News

Gun violence in America, in 17 maps and charts – Vox

“But America’s relationship with guns is unique in another crucial way: Among developed nations, the US is far and away the most violent — in large part due to the easy access many Americans have to firearms. These charts and maps show what that violence looks like compared with the rest of the world, why it happens, and why it’s such a tough problem to fix.”

Source: Gun violence in America, in 17 maps and charts – Vox

The Semiotics of “Rose Gold” – The New Yorker

The burnished, blushing prevalence of rose gold has cautionary indications for our current moment.

Source: The Semiotics of “Rose Gold” – The New Yorker

Michael Wright Interview – September 11 Survivor – Esquire

At 8:48 on the morning of September 11, Michael Wright was a thirty-year-old account executive working on the eighty-first floor of the World Trade Center. Two hours later, he was something else. The story of his escape is the fastest 3,863 words you will ever read.

(via Michael Wright Interview – September 11 Survivor – Esquire.)

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