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Lindsey O'Neal

Lindsey O'Neal is a correspondent at Today News Africa based in central Florida. Lindsey writes on foreign policy, environmentalism, and national security. She has a Bachelor's degree in Political Science, speaks Spanish and Russian, and has volunteered in Latin America, Africa, and over five U.S. states.
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How new CDC health guidelines will affect this upcoming summer 2021

After almost a year of lockdowns, indoor occupancy restrictions, and mask mandates, large US cities are preparing for a major comeback this summer. New...

Pfizer-BioNTech announces safe COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 12-15

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved and expanded the authorization for the use of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for ages 12...

New USAID administrator Samantha Power delivers emergency supplies to India amid COVID-19 surge

Last week marked Samantha Power’s first days as the 19th Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Samantha Power, who served as...

Biggest moments from 2021 Oscars

This year’s Oscar’s awards will almost certainly be remembered for excellence in films, a long overdue recognition of nominees of color, and countless awkward...

Jury finds Derek Chauvin guilty on all counts

Derek Chauvin, the ex-police officer who infamously placed his knee onto the neck of George Floyd last May for 9 minutes and 29 seconds,...

State prosecutor: The only side to Floyd’s story is ‘Chauvin used unreasonable force’ and killed him

Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis Police officer, used an "unreasonable force" and killed George Floyd, a 46-year-old African American man, on May 25, 2020...

COVID-19 pandemic risks years of progress in sub-Saharan Africa, says new IMF report

In the newest Regional Economic Outlook report, the International Monetary Fund outlined their long-term projections and suggestions for the sub-Saharan African region in light...

Sub-Saharan Africa in need of ‘bold’ and ‘transformative reforms’, says new IMF report

In a new Regional Economic Outlook report from the IMF released on Thursday, “Sub-Saharan Africa’s potential is still undeniable, and the need for bold...

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Biden’s top diplomat Antony Blinken says with 82 million forcibly displaced people in the world, including more than 26 million refugees, countries must act...

"We mark today with news that the immense global forced displacement crisis has reached a disturbing new high, affecting more than 82 million people who are forcibly displaced, including more than 26 million refugees. These figures and the UN Refugee Agency’s theme for this year’s World Refugee Day, “Together we heal, learn, and shine,” are calls to action for all countries to ensure refugees have access to protection, life-saving care, and opportunities to learn so they can thrive in their host communities," Blinken said on World Refugee Day on Sunday.
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