International News from Stanford University - 2016
News Item Mbwana Alliy: “Africa is About to Peak”
News Item The Farm comes to Shanghai and Seoul
Inner-city neighborhood with links to suspects was known as a base for terrorists to launch attacks across Europe and beyond.
The coordinated suicide bombings that killed at least 30 people and wounded hundreds more at an international airport and downtown subway station in Brussels on Tuesday were “shocking but not surprising” and shared many of the hallmarks of previous European terror attacks, according to Stanford terrorism experts.
Many women in the developing world say they don’t want to get pregnant in the 18 months after childbirth, but they don’t have access to family planning services. Now a Stanford researcher has invented a new, low-cost option for these women that would enable them to obtain long-term contraception just after delivery.