By Alex Tekip
WEST BLOOMFIELD -- Pediatrician Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha has garnered national and international recognition for her role in exposing the link between Flint river water and lead poisoning, and advocating for the children and families of Flint affected by the water crisis.
By Mebin John
Bengaluru, India -- Youngsters in the city are trying to preserve a language that survives only among a small community near Kurdisthan, Iraq -- Syriac.
By Helen Thompson
Ancient Assyrians sent their dead to the afterlife with fearsome companions: turtles.
The village of Niles Board of Trustee recently presented Niles veteran Edmon Akhteebo with a key to the city. According to the village proclamation, Akhteebo joined the Marines in 1996, serving for almost 20 years.
There are many different shapes and sizes of rebellion; whether they be emotional, physical, mental, or political. But it takes an artist to rebel against ISIS and its careless destruction using the exact shape or size required for resurrection.
By Kanishk Tharoor and Maryam Maruf
(BBC) -- Three thousand years ago, a genie graced the walls of an Assyrian palace. Then, probably about 20 years ago, it disappeared, only to re-emerge in London. Since 2002 it's been languishing in police vaults at Scotland Yard, because of difficulties determining the legal owner.