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Bill Shumard, President Emeritus with the Special Olympics Southern California, talks about the opportunities the organization has provided athletes with intellectual disabilities and shares about The Law Enforcement Torch Run. Special Olympic athlete Brett Laza will be representing the Inland Empire and Special Olympics Southern California in Berlin, Germany for the Torch Run. Brett and his mother Kim Laza share what Special Olympics has meant for their family.
The Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, Europe's largest, is seen in the background of the shallow Kakhovka Reservoir. Water levels in the reservoir have been falling rapidly after a critical dam collapsed.
Kateryna Klochko
The Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant used a large reservoir for cooling water. Now that reservoir is rapidly draining.
Rescuers remove rubble at the maternity ward of the Vilniansk Multidisciplinary Hospital in Ukraine, one of the countries experiencing an increase in violence against health-care workers.
Dmytro Smolienko
Ukrinform/Future Publishing via Getty Images
A new report from the Safeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition documents almost 2,000 incidents in 2022: "a shockingly violent year against health care, especially in Ukraine and in Myanmar."
From the harms of lead poisoning in Bangladesh to the stony resolve of COVID nurses in Brazil, we sample the award-winning films in the Health for All Film Festival from the World Health Organization.