“I’ll tell you what, for the rain and the wind that we had to deal with today is nothing compared to what the Ukrainian people are going through,” a golfer at the Wisconsin Ukrainians Inc. outing Bill Britz said. “This was pretty mild for us.”
In the past two months since Russia invaded Ukraine people have gone above and beyond to help the million forced to flee their home country. One woman shares her story after she moved from Green Bay back home to Germany to help Ukrainian refugees.
Husband and wife, Andrey Banyuk and Tanya Holinbiievska, both born in Ukraine but now Journey Community Church regulars in De Pere shared what they’ve been hearing daily from Holinbiievska’s parents and some of her 10 siblings still living amidst the violence.
“We always work together on anything that we need,” Dan Dringoli, owner of Bare Bones Brewery who hosted the beer fest, shared. “It doesn’t shock me at all that when problems happen in the Ukraine that everyone is stepping up."
You might have seen the Ukrainian colors shining brightly around northeast Wisconsin this past week. Businesses continue to brighten up these important displays plus potentially promise more support in the future.
If you can walk to a sink right now and get a glass of clean water, you’re unlike 30% of the world’s population that doesn’t have access to safe water, according to the national non-profit Global Water Center executive director, Chris Holdorf.
An award-winning journalist critical of the Philippine president was convicted of libel and sentenced to jail Monday in a decision called a major blow to press freedom in an Asian bastion of democracy.
Experts say a number of factors have helped New Zealand wipe out the disease, including its isolated location in the South Pacific that gave it vital time to see the devastating spread of the virus in other countries.
A raging fire swept through a train in Pakistan’s eastern Punjab Province on Thursday killing 74 people and survivors said afterward it took nearly 20 minutes for the train to stop amid contradictory reports about the condition of the train’s brakes.
North Korea said Thursday it has carried out its first underwater-launched ballistic missile test in three years, in an apparent bid to dial up pressure on the United States ahead of a weekend resumption of their nuclear diplomacy.
A charity rescue ship with 82 migrants aboard said Saturday it has received permission to sail to a tiny southern Italian island, in a possible sign Italy's hard line against such vessels might be easing somewhat under the new government.