Thursday, December 3, 2020
No menu items!

Filmstar Angelina Jolie speaks to Syrian refugees at Zataari camp

Jolie spoke to a Syrian refugee family who have been living in the camp for five years. Nabil Outhman fled his home town Nawa, in Deraa governorate and came to Jordan with his four children. Since then his wife gave birth to another two children, including 13-day-old baby Laith.

Jolie also visited UNHCR’s funded “Tiger Girls ” programme that aims to empower young refugee girls through a range of academic and social skills courses. The programme is supported by 11 Syrian female coaches who volunteer to teach the 12-17 year old girls mathematics, Arabic, English and social skills.

Zaatari camp, once an empty desert, has been transformed into a bustling slum city, with a population of around 85,000 people.

Latest News

Hewlett Packard Enterprise relocating to Houston

https://twitter.com/NTV_Houston/status/1334354460240437249?s=20

LeBron James has reportedly agreed to a two-year, $85 million maximum contract extension with the Lakers.

LeBron James has agreed to a two-year, $85 million contract extension with the Los Angeles Lakers, his agent told multiple news outlets...

U.S. states plan to sue Facebook next week – sources

A group of U.S. states led by New York is investigating Facebook Inc for possible antitrust violations and plans to file a...

Trump repeats unfounded accusations of election fraud in White House video

U.S. President Donald Trump posted a video message to his social media accounts on Wednesday (December 3), in which he repeated unfounded...

Forty-eight players test positive for COVID-19 as league gears up for new season

Forty-eight NBA players tested positive for COVID-19, the league said on Wednesday (December 2), as players returned to their team's home markets...

More Articles Like This