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  • Markie Williams’ Project Markie Podcast Offers Hope to Victims of Violence and Abuse

    Markie Williams’ Project Markie Podcast Offers Hope to Victims of Violence and Abuse

    Bikini athlete and human rights advocate, Markie Williams is opening doors for victims of violence and abuse to find healing from the trauma of their dreadful life experiences. Through Williams’ Project Markie podcast, victims of domestic violence, human trafficking, and sexual abuse can create for themselves a “safe space” to uncover their painful past and facilitate recovery through an outlook of a meaningful life after abuse.

  • Michael Peres in Bellevue, Washington.

    Software Engineer Michael Peres Helped Over 120,000 Aspiring MBAs Ace GMAT Exams

    A software engineer who is vocal about his Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is helping thousands of aspiring MBAs succeed in their Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) through resource folders created in collaboration with venture capitalist Ariana Desiree Thacker.

  • Scotland bowler Majid Haq attempts to run out

    Afghanistan win a thriller

    A thriller at Dunedin saw Afghanistan win in the last over by one wicket against Scotland in the 17th match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.

  • McCullum blasts off

    McCullum hits fastest WC 50

    New Zealand hard-hitting batsman Brendon McCullum struck the fastest fifty in the history of Cricket World Cup at Wellington against England today.

  • New Zealand's Tim Southee celebrates bowling England's Ian Bell

    Southee’s 7 downs England

    Tim Southee captured seven wickets for only 33 runs in nine overs and reminded the glory days of swing bowling in the late 80s and 90s.

  • Mushfiqur Rahim scored the highest runs

    Mushy saves the day for Bangladesh

    Bangladesh star batsman Mushfiqur Rahim scored 71 runs from 56 balls in the seventh match of the ICC Cricket World Cup against Afghanistan

  • Shakib at his best

    Shakib passes 4000 ODI runs

    Shakib Al Hasan became the first Bangladeshi batsman to reach 4000 ODI runs in the ICC Cricket World Cup match versus Afghanistan at Manuka Oval, Canberra.

  • Shakib and Mushy

    Shakib, Mushy sail Tigers' innings

    Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim help Bangladesh reach massive total against Afghanistan