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News Briefing: Kidnappers Want $2 Million For Darfur Aid Workers

By Kate Golden on July 14, 2009No Comment
  • Kidnappers of two female aid workers in Sudan's Darfur region have demanded $2 million for their release.  [Reuters]
  • State Farm, Bank of America, Pepsi and other sponsors increase the money they plan to give to charities at the All-Star Game in St. Louis.  [New York Times]
  • The number of child philanthropists seems to be growing in visibility as corporations and colleges reward their efforts to help others.  [Washington Post]
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