• Free eye care services available for Filipinos by 2020
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    Free eye care services available for Filipinos by 2020

    Hello everyone, this is my news TV, I’m Morris and today we’ll bring you the latest news around the world in the Philippines free eye care service available for Filipinos by the year 2020 The free eye care services will become available for Filipinos next year with the implementation of universal health care program health care secretary The Francisco Duque the third give assurance that the deal age would be able to provide comprehensive eye care services integrate eye care within local health systems and respond to emerging eye diseases such as diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma under the UAC through the preliminary care Provider network that will be institutionalized Under…

  • The Indian Removal Act Explained in 5 Minutes: US History Review
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    The Indian Removal Act Explained in 5 Minutes: US History Review

    Hi guys, welcome to US history Thanks for pressing my button on I’m going to press your brain button right now as we take a few minutes to go over a huge piece of legislation It’s called the Indian Removal Act of 1830. and we’re gonna take a look at it right now. So Andrew Jackson you better watch out because we’re coming to get you this time. Alright let’s go “git-r-done” Alright let’s set context first: by 1830, most of the Native American tribes, especially in the Northeast had been annexed, sent away, had been destroyed, had been broken up. But there are hundreds of thousands of Native Americans…

  • The World’s Strangest Borders and How They Got That Way with Kenneth Schultz
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    The World’s Strangest Borders and How They Got That Way with Kenneth Schultz

    [MUSIC] Stanford University. [APPLAUSE] Thank you and let me, let me add my, my welcome back as well. It’s great to be here. I’m glad to see so many people here. In spite of the fact that there’s a football game going on. So long before there was football the nations of the world were engaged in their own game of territorial acquisition with violence, and [LAUGH]. So, that’s I want to talk to you about some of the, some of the product of that process today. So, as Trish mentioned, my, my research deals with the origins and consequences of territorial conflict. And as part of that research, one…

  • Polity Lecture (IAS) : Constitution Of India : An Overview || Likhaai
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    Polity Lecture (IAS) : Constitution Of India : An Overview || Likhaai

    The Constitution of India, as we know a Constitution of a Country is the supreme law of any Nation or it is also called as the most Fundamental Governing Document of a country It describes the type of polity which exists in a country that is, whether a country is a Democracy Or whether it is a Monarchy Or it could be a Military Rule or what ever kind of polity that exist in a country. It will be held by the constitution of the country It also tells, What kind of privileges are provided to the citizens of the nation? Whether they will be treated as equal? for example,…

  • The Little Rock Nine Explained: US History Review
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    The Little Rock Nine Explained: US History Review

    Hey guys welcome to hip hughes history civil rights is on the agenda today. We’re about to take an episode from 1957 the Little Rock nine and serve it up to you on a bed of learning Who’s this lecture for [we’ll] certainly it’s aimed [at] Middle school and high school students if you’re in an American history course not only do You need to understand civil rights But you need to have a concrete event that you can write about and really kind of wrap your head around Certainly if you’re in college, and you’re taking an American history course and you don’t know what the little rock [mine]…

  • Constitution Day
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    Constitution Day

    Theodore Roosevelt: “We the people cannot turn back. Our aim must be steady, wise progress.” John F. Kennedy: “And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country.” Martin Luther King, Jr.: “My country, ’tis of thee, sweet land of liberty, of thee I sing. Land where my fathers died, land of the pilgrim’s pride, from every mountainside, let freedom ring.” Eugene: “When I enlisted in the Air Force at the age of 17, I swore that I would support and defend the Constitution of the United States.” Alexander: “Our country is made up of people with…

  • Russian Federation Explained
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    Russian Federation Explained

    Russia is the largest country in the world. To help run its vast lands, it is split into 46 Oblasts, 22 Republics, 9 Krais, 4 autonomous Okrugs, 3 federal cities, and an autonomous oblast, all equal subjects of russian federation, but some are more equal than others. Russia, like the United States, is a federation, meaning the subdivisions get their power directly from the country’s constitution. This contrast a unitary state, like the United Kingdom, where all sub-national powers come from the central government, and in theory can be revoked without amending their constitution. Unlike the United States where every state has the same internal powers, Russia is an asymmetrical…