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Street children offered job to clean up Kenya's capital
The Governor of Kenya’s capital Nairobi has offered to pay a month’s rent for street children if they join an operation to clean up the city.
Street art flourishing in Bangkok
Once rejected, street art is now appearing throughout the city, communicating Thai humor, beauty and social issues to its people. Jason Lai takes a closer look.
Close roads so children can play in the street like their parents did
Roads should be closed regularly to allow children to play in the street as they did a generation ago, health experts have said, after a study showed pilot schemes increased youngsters’ activity five-fold.
A street in Tehran to be named after Mirzakhani
Head of Tehran City’s ‘Planning and Study Center’ Babak Negahdari said he had suggested that Tehran Municipality name one of the streets of Tehran or a place there after the late mathematics genius Maryam Mirzakhani.
Venezuelans clog roads in new anti-government protest
Venezuelans in cars and on motorcycles, bikes and even horseback clogged roads and police fired tear gas at them in another day of protest against President Nicolas Maduro.
Fajr Int'l Theater Festival street performances underway
Street performances of the 35th Fajr International Theater Festival are currently underway.
Ancient sea cow found in Spanish street
Have you ever spotted something unexpected while walking down the street? Last December, paleontologists literally stumbled upon a new discovery of a fossil sea cow in a very unexpected place — in a limestone paving stone in Spain! Research presented this week at the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah, describes this remarkable find and how it is changing our understanding of sea cow evolution.
Dem candidate Sanders wants fundamental changes in Wall Street
US Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has called for fundamental changes in the Wall Street.
Occupy Wall Street activists mark 4th anniversary in Zuccotti Park
Occupy Wall Street activists marked the fourth anniversary of their encampment in Zuccotti Park in New York City, which set off a global wave of protest against economic inequality.
Street lightening not linked with traffic, crime
Reduced street lighting in England and Wales is not associated with road traffic collisions or crime, according to research published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.
Indian policewomen take on  capital’s mean streets
As dawn breaks over the Indian capital New Delhi, a group of police women are already hard at work practicing their punches in a mission to rid the city’s streets of sexual predators.
Indonesian officials ordered to eat  street food
The Indonesian government has ordered officials to eat local street food at meetings and stop holding lavish parties in the latest bid to crackdown on "excessive" consumption by bureaucrats.

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