July 09, 2020 03:24 (IST)
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No boys have been born here in almost a decade

When the Polish village of Miejsce Odrzanskie volunteer fire brigade members stand for roll call, they are not only preparing to fight fires - they are also fighting gender stereotypes. Francesca Lynagh reports.

Close encounter with a great white shark

"Seeing it on TV, you don't realize how huge and quick it is": Sean and Serena Colbert, brother and sister, recall their encounter Monday, with a great white shark off Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)

Youth bang the drum of climate change in Switzerland

Summer holidays did not deter some 2,500 climate activists from gathering for a demonstration on Friday in the Swiss city of Lausanne after a five-day youth climate summit aimed at elaborating a global strategy of cooperation to fight climate change. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

'They gave me my life back-' Minnesota shelter champions 'Housing First'

The Minneapolis-based Navigation Center helped place some 200 homeless Native Americans into housing. By deemphasizing decriminalization, the Center is looking to continue on with a permanent installation. Dan Fastenberg reports.

Hero's welcome for Colombia's Tour de France winner

Thousands turned out in Zipaquira, Colombia Wednesday, to cheer Egan Bernal, the first Latin American cyclist to win the Tour de France. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Indonesian man walks backwards for 435 miles to save the forests

An Indonesian man has embarked on a task of walking backwards for more than 435 miles. He hopes to raise awareness for the devastation left by deforestation in his journey to Jakarta, and get a symbolic seed from President Joko Widodo. Rough cut (no reporter narration).