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25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 123

Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.

1-5 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

1. H.I.V. is reported cured in a second patient, a milestone in the Global AIDS Epidemic. – Source

2. Trader Joe’s phasing out single-use plastics nationwide following customer petition. – Source

3. Sudan is witnessing a rise in youth-led, environmental startups who want to protect their country’s future. – Source

4. 5-year-old girl now cancer-free after dentist noticed a tumor in her jaw during a routine visit. – Source

5. The teen walking dog hears cries for help from a kidnapped man locked in a car trunk. – Source

6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

6. Son tweets about Dad’s new doughnut shop being empty. The store sells out the next day. – Source

7. Wolf hit by a car is left to die. He is spotted and taken to the vets, makes a full recovery and released into the wild after 4 months recuperation. – Source

8. 26 women rescued at Seattle massage parlors in human trafficking bust. – Source

9. Steph Curry releases sneaker co-designed by a girl who asked why only boys sizes existed. – Source

10. Conjoined twin sisters from Bhutan successfully separated, but can’t stop snuggling. – Source

11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

11. Cleveland Public Library, which has over 10 millions items, is ending fines for overdue materials to promote free and equal access to all the people. – Source

12. A Native American tribe will cover the costs of the funerals for all of the Alabama tornado victims. – Source

13. 12-year-old William Bush started a petition to get Metallica to play New Zealand. After thousands of signatures, the band has announced a huge show there and William’s been given free tickets. – Source

14. High school seniors shovel neighbor’s driveway at 4:30 a.m. so she could make it to her dialysis. – Source

15. Texas Senate OKs bill to give teachers $5,000 pay raises. – Source

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