Twenty Things That Caught My Eye Today: Afghanistan, Haiti, Kids in Foster Care & More | National Review

Twenty Things That Caught My Eye Today: Afghanistan, Haiti, Kids in Foster Care & More | National Review


1. The human suffering in Afghanistan is so evil. And that dear girl likely has sexual torture ahead of her, if it hasn’t started already:

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5. Twitter says Taliban can stay on platform if they obey rules

6. U.S. families mid-adoption trying to get Afghan children out

7. Charity run by Catholic nuns asks for prayers for Afghanistan

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9. How the woke takeover of child services endangers abused kids

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11. Digital Addictions Are Drowning Us in Dopamine

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13. The New Yorkers bedeviled by crime

14. Sohrab Ahmari apologizes to Richard Haass

15. Polish Olympian auctions silver medal for child’s heart surgery

16. Susan B. Anthony photo, found in attic, now going to auction

17. A place to call home: 18-year-old celebrates after being officially adopted

18. Providing foster kids with the tools — and the funds — to succee

20. For hours each day, these prison inmates make personalized quilts for children in foster care

Most of the men who participate in the program are fathers, he said, and more than a few have known the uncertainty of growing up in foster care.

“They can relate because they’ve been there,” Satterfield said. “It gives them comfort and satisfaction to know that a quilt they’ve made is going to a child who may not get another birthday present.”





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