Rotary International in the News

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Sydney Harbour Bridge climbers break two records

Climbers have broken two records at once on the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Australia.<p>More than 300 people carrying flags lined the landmark on Friday, breaking the records for both the most people on the bridge, and the most number of flags flown off it.<p>The former record was previously set by a group …

Australia

The CIA Stops Fake Vaccinations as Real Polio Rebounds

The White House confirmed this week that the Central Intelligence Agency will no longer use vaccination campaigns in its operations, reviving the …

Op-Ed: Hand cyclist is eager to go even further to help End Polio Now (Includes interview and first-hand account)

Only for this tour Brumme will go 3,000 miles across the United States.<p>“I had wanted to make the journey this year, but a rotator cuff injury is the …

Citizen Journalism

Howard Buffett: a billionaire's son battles to end hunger

He's barreled headfirst into his task, visiting more than 100 countries; met world leaders and African warlords; had an Uzi pointed at his chest – …

Philanthropy

The New Measles Outbreak: Blame the Anti-Vaxxers

You have to be spoiled to play cute with disease—spoiled or, well, stupid. And today's announcement from the Centers for Disease Control and …

Public Health

After 10

The next president of Rotary International, one of the biggest volunteering organization with 109 years of history, visited Korea.<p>On today's AFTER …

Rotary Club, Coca-Cola Flag-off Free Community Healthcare - Flair Nigeria

article<p>Rotary Club, through its action group, Rotarians for Family Health & AIDS Prevention (RFHA), with the support of Coca-Cola Africa Foundation, …

Coca-Cola

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