UN: Majority of World's 10-year-old Girls Disadvantaged in Comparison With Boys
Friday, 2 December 2016 A new United Nations report says a lack of education for girls in the developing world may be contributing to a rise in global poverty. The U.N.'s 2016 State of the World Population Report focuses on the well-being of 10-year-old girls as indicators of development success or failure. It says most of the world's 10-year-old children live in developing countries where girls face obstacles to good education, health care and safety. Zlatica Hoke reports.
According to Variety, actor Justice Smith has joined the cast of the Jurassic World sequel. The star of Netflix's 'The Get Down' will reportedly play "a young scientist in the movie." The 21-year-old actor has previously appeared in two episodes of the Nickelodeon superhero program The Thundermans...
Sienna Miller and ex Tom Sturridge are still on great terms. The 35-year-old actress recently opened up about their amicable split and co-parenting their... Just Jared - EntertainmentAlso reported by •Seattle Times •bizjournals
Lisa See’s latest novel, “The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane,” takes place in the fascinating world of pu’er tea, from the picking of tea leaves to the... SFGate - EntertainmentAlso reported by •bizjournals