25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 201

Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.

1-5 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

1. Japan set to target zero carbon emissions by 2050 in policy shift. – Source

2. Davenport man beats COVID-19 after 99 days in the hospital, family says. – Source

3. Terminator star Schwarzenegger feels ‘fantastic’ after the latest heart surgery. – Source

4. This Texas farm connects special-needs kids with injured animals: ‘They’re just like me’. – Source

5. Restaurateur uses pandemic downtime to fly at-risk dogs and cats to safety. – Source

6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

6. Russia’s cabinet has rejected amendments to the country’s Family Code which would not only have banned marriage equality and same-sex adoption (which are already outlawed) but would also have legally erased trans people. – Source

7. UK to return 5,000 ancient artifacts to Iraq – Included in the repatriation is a 4,000-year-old Sumerian relic discovered in an online auction. – Source

8. A rope bridge restored a highway through the trees for endangered gibbons – Simple artificial structures could help reconnect forests fragmented by human activities. – Source

9. Research team discovers a breakthrough with the potential to prevent, reverse Alzheimer’s. – Source

10. Behind prison walls, cats and inmates rehabilitate each other through an animal care program. – Source

11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

11. Howl-o-ween Dog Costume Contest hosted to benefit pet rescue nonprofit. – Source

12. Pope calls for civil unions for same-sex couples, in a major departure from Vatican doctrine. – Source

13. Sea turtle returns to the ocean after a 10-month recovery. – Source

14. Israel, Sudan agree to normalize ties in the U.S.-Brokered Deal: Accord ends decades of hostility as one of Africa’s largest countries joins a broader diplomatic realignment in the Middle East. – Source

15. Operation Chinchilla is a go: Twenty-five of the endangered rodents are living on top of a multibillion-dollar Chilean gold reserve. Miners are going to great lengths to relocate them. – Source

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