In the past few years, our world has become a more dangerous place for the most vulnerable people around the globe, including our own people.
As we struggle to survive and thrive, we have become increasingly divided by race, class, religion, gender and nationality.
To combat this, we’ve started to identify and support our allies.
These are our allies who are fighting back.
This series offers a comprehensive look at what our friends, allies and neighbors can do to protect themselves, their families and the planet.
Our goal is to create a safe space for all of us to be able to celebrate, laugh, cry, and even love each other and the world we love.
You can read more about our mission here.
A new book, A Better World: A Global Perspective on Climate Change, by Naomi Klein, has been released by Penguin Random House.
Klein has been writing for more than 20 years, and has written for major publications including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Atlantic and more.
Her latest book, A Better World, was the first book to be published in English, and it was awarded the prestigious Barnes & Noble Book Award in 2013.
Klein is the author of a new book that focuses on how we can transform our world for the better, including how we should move beyond fossil fuels and the power of corporations and the financial sector to transform the way we live, work and play.
The book is called A Different World: How We Can Save the Planet and End the War on Terror, which was published in January of this year.
A new documentary titled The War on Women, the most widely watched documentary ever, was released in May of this last year.
The film tells the story of the War against Women in a number of countries around the world, and how the war is destroying our very way of life.
The War on Men is a new documentary about the war on men, and the struggles women are facing as a result.
The film will air on HBO and is available for streaming on Netflix and HBO GO beginning January 16.
Read more about A New World here.
A man was killed in Syria on Friday after police tried to stop him from crossing a border crossing into Turkey.
On Friday, a group of Syrian rebels crossed into the Turkey-Syrian border, crossing from Iraq to Syria.
After some time, they decided to cross into Turkey, which has been controlled by the Free Syrian Army (FSA).
Turkish officials have told ABC News that a man in his 30s was found dead and taken to hospital in the border city of Akcakale, about 10 kilometers from the border.
Turkish state news agency Anadolu Agency quoted an unnamed official as saying that the man had disappeared in the nearby province of Gaziantep, in northern Syria, and had been reported missing.
No further details were available, and there was no official confirmation of his death.
A woman was shot dead in a parking lot in Dallas, Texas.
According to the Dallas Morning News, a man was driving his car on Sunday morning when he saw a group in a black SUV parked on the side of a street.
“I saw a woman in the back seat of the vehicle.
She said something, and then they shot her,” the victim’s mother, Jada Smith, told the newspaper.
Smith said her daughter was in her early 20s and had been on a school trip to Texas.
“She’s just a wonderful person, a wonderful human being.
She’s just been through so much,” she said.
An estimated $1.3 trillion has been wiped out in global economic activity since the financial crisis began.
We have had a year where there’s been a global economic downturn.
Global GDP has lost nearly $1 trillion.
That’s more than the global GDP lost in the first 10 years of the Great Depression.
What’s been lost in this downturn has been wealth.
That is, the value of what was created by individuals, businesses and institutions.
It has been lost, but the wealth that was created during that time has also been lost.
There are now 1.3 billion people in poverty in the world.
That number is expected to rise by nearly 500 million in the next 10 years.
President Donald Trump signed a new executive order on Thursday, mandating the release of US hostages held overseas.
Trump said he wants to make the country safer and more secure.
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced that Japan would build a new $7.3bn coal plant in the United States and move to eliminate coal jobs in the U.S. 7.
Tens of thousands of people