Michelle Obama, daughters heading to Liberia, Morocco, Spain

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The White House says the three-country trip is booked for June 27 through July 1.Obama and her daughters will continue onto Spain on Wednesday, where the first lady will meet with Queen Letizia and give a speech about the Let Girls Learn initiative. The Obamas then will visit a leadership camp for girls in the town of Kakata. The recent Ebola outbreak, which killed more than 4,800 people in Liberia, made access to education even more challenging. Street Fighter 5 Trailer Reveals Balrog
However, she wasn’t released within the same month and was promised in a later update for June along with the Extended Story Mode. The developer revealed the update will land on July 1, and also include fans’ favourite Story Mode. She’ll be sharing trip highlights on Twitter, Instagram, Snap chat and hellogiggles.com, Tchen said.”People are going to consider her to be a sister to them”, Mayor Eddie Murphy said.”The conversation will highlight both educational barriers girls face as Liberia moves beyond the Ebola epidemic, and the US government’s efforts to continue to address those barriers and provide adolescent girls with equitable access to safe and quality education”, said Tina Tchen, Chief of Staff to the first lady. Netanyahu lauds benefits of normalizing ties with Turkey
Israel will be able to launch gas deliveries to Europe in case of normalization relations with Turkey . An initial shipment of 10,000 tons of aid will be dispatched as early as Friday, Yildirim said. Let Girls Learn is a USA government-wide effort to get the estimated 62 million uneducated girls overseas into classrooms. US President Barack Obama is also scheduled to visit Spain shortly after the first lady to discuss security cooperation, deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes told reporters.Onward to Morocco, Mrs. Obama will be joined by Meryl Streep, also an advocate for girls’ education, and Freida Pinto who will participate in a conversation with adolescent girls, moderated by CNN’s Isha Sesay. The First Lady will be in Morocco on June 28 and 29.The trio leave Sunday, with planned stops in Liberia and Morocco as part of the Let Girls Learn initiative, a program launched past year by President Obama and the first lady to encourage developing nations to educate the more than 62 million girls worldwide who don’t attend school. Record chasing Serena Williams hides tense moments ahead of Wimbledon
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