Discussing donations ,fighting fires and parking without people-all that's coming up.
But we start this Tuesday edition of CNN STUDENT NEWS with new developments and two stories we've told you about recently.
First, the nation of Turkey.
Yesterday, we reported on protests there, the largest demonstrations against Turkey's government in years.
Yesterday, they were still going, this started in Istanbul,
but the fighting between protesters and police forces has spread to other cities like the capital, Ankara.
The big focus of these protests is Turkey's prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan has run the country's government for ten years.
A local journalist described him as the most powerful and popular politician Turkey has seen in generations,
but some Turks disagree with Erdogan's controlling leadership style.
The journalists said he thinks people are protesting because they want their voices heard.
For now, the protesters show no signs of backing down and Prime Minister Erdogan shows no signs of giving into their demands.
The other story we are following up on is about a virus that first showed up in the Middle East.
Now, it's spread to Italy.
It's called the Middle East respiratory symptom Coronavirus or MERS-CoV for short.
The general director of the World Health Organization says it's a threat to the entire world.
So far, 53 known infections have been reported,
but of those 53 cases, the patients in 30 of them have died.
Over the weekend, three new cases were reported in Italy, it's first time the virus has shown up in that country.
Health officials said all three patients are in stable condition, one thing they all had in common,
they had either travel to the Middle East recently or been in contact with someone who had.
In fact, that's been the case for all the reported cases of MERS-CoV so far.
That's one of the few things that health officials do know about this virus.
How it spreads, still a mystery.
In order to prevent infections, scientists need as much information as they can,
and the World Health Organization is asking the entire world to pull its resources together to study this virus.
Just the facts:
cystic fibrosis is a disease that can affect a person's lungs and digestive system.
Symptoms can appear in newborn babies or may not show up until adulthood.
Cystic fibrosis is life threatening.
That can be treated, but there is no cure.
Sarah Murnaghan was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis when she was a baby.
Now, Sarah is ten, and her hope is that she'll get a new set of lungs.
That would have to come from an organ donor.
You might have seen a notice about organ donation at the DMV.
People can sign up to be an organ donor when they renew or get their license.
Some organs can be donated while you're alive, others like lungs are donated after the donor has died.
Every day around 80 Americans get a life-saving organ transplant, and every day nearly 20 Americans die while waiting for an organ donations.
Right now there are around 1700 people on the waiting list for lungs.
Sarah is at the top of the list for pediatric lungs, adult lungs are a lot more available,
but getting those can be challenging for different reasons.
Susan Candiotti explains why in this report on Sarah.
money or goods that are given to help a person or organization, or the act of giving them
He asked for a donation but went away empty handed.
the act of showing someone how to do something, or how something works
She gave us a demonstration of the machine to show us how it worked.
a person who writes news stories or articles for a newspaper or magazine or broadcasts them on radio or television
This journalist's works are popular among young people.
relating to breathing
The lungs are respiratory organs.
relating to the digestion of food
Although he is thin, he has good digestive power.