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Five-year-old Kabir was in a seemingly safe place—his own house in the remote district of Faryab—when the rocket-propelled grenade struck on an early April day.
His brother and sister were declared dead before he was driven more than 500 miles to the nearest emergency hospital in Kabul. There, his shrapnel wounds were treated and both of his legs were amputated.
More than 5,000 water systems across the country are violating rules meant to keep lead out of drinking water, advocates said Tuesday.
While the case in Flint, Michigan has dominated headlines, cities and towns across the U. S. are in similar danger, the Natural Resources Defense Council found in a report.
“We have got millions of Americans drinking water that poses health risks to them and their families,” the NRDC’s Erik Olson told reporters on a conference call.
“Our analysis indicates that in 2015, over 18 million people were served by 5,363 community water systems that violated the Lead and Copper Rule,” the NRDC said…
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(OTTAWA, Ontario) — The leaders of North America confront a rising tide of economic protectionism and nationalism as they hold a summit Wednesday in the Canadian capital.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for the first time is hosting U. S. President Barack Obama and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto in Ottawa for the North American leaders’ summit.