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25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 63

Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.

1-5 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

1. Airline safety: 2017 was the safest year in history for passengers around the world, research shows. – Source

2. An ingenious drone delivery service is known as “Uber for blood” has slashed the delivery time of life-saving medicine to remote regions of Rwanda from four hours to an average of half an hour. – Source

3. Mom of two wins $5M on a lottery ticket bought by mistake. – Source

4. AHL goalie loans truck to the opponent to allow him to drive 6 hours through a snowstorm to see the birth of a child. – Source

5. Michigan animal control officers to sleep in dog houses overnight on Jan. 12 to raise awareness/money. – Source

6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

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6. Kalamazoo Trader Joe’s donates 35,000 pounds of food after refrigerator malfunction. – Source

7. A boy’s video camera floated away in England. He got it back 4 months later in Germany and it still worked: The 10-year-old was reunited with his camera, which was still functional thanks to its waterproof casing, after footage from the day it was swept away was posted on Facebook. – Source

8. Elderly woman anonymously knits 75 hats for children in need, wants no reward or recognition. – Source

9. Dog goes to the vet himself and knocks on the door for treatment. – Source

10. The woman praised for removing hijab during Iran protests. – Source

11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

11. Single-use non-biodegradable plastic, including bags and polystyrene takeaway containers, will be banned in Vanuatu from January 31, as the Government tries to control a growing plastic waste problem. – Source

12. When an Arkansas man had trouble paying off the $1,700 fine he was sentenced to pay for vandalizing a mosque with a swastika and faced a 6-year jail term for nonpayment, the mosque wrote the check to cover his fine from their renovation savings. – Source

13. Denmark uses forest schools to connect preschoolers with nature and improve their emotional development. – Source

14. High school football players rescue dogs from the bitter cold. – Source

15. The forgotten Swiss diplomat who rescued thousands from Holocaust, Carl Lutz has been credited with leading the largest civilian rescue operation of WWII. – Source

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