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Photo Highlights of the Day - Monday 2 March 2015
Offbeat  (tags: interesting, off-beat, world, news, photos )

Zora
- 1 hour ago - theguardian.com
A selection of the best photographs from around the world.
Madonna Speaks Out Against Antisemitism, Says Europe Feels Like Nazi Germany
Society & Culture  (tags: Madonna, Nazi Germany, anti-Semitism, Europe, abuse, celebrity, crime, culture, freedoms, government, media, religion, rights, sadness, safety, society, violence, world )

Penny
- 5 hours ago - algemeiner.com
Madonna said anti-Semitism is at an all-time high in France and throughout Europe. Going even further, she said, WeâEUR(TM)re living in crazy times. It feels like Nazi Germany.
Jury Awards Guestworkers Over $14 Million in Landmark Human Trafficking, Forced Labor Case
World  (tags: humanrights, freedoms, world, Human Trafficking )

Rose
- 8 hours ago - truth-out.org
New Orleans - Earlier this month, a jury awarded over $14 million in damages to the plaintiffs of David v. Signal International, the first of a series of lawsuits
Two Bodies on Tasman Glacier | Radio New Zealand News
Offbeat  (tags: bizarre, environment, goodnews, humans, news, safety, world )

Sonya
- 15 hours ago - radionz.co.nz
Both bodies found, had died in seperate incidents more than 40 years ago.
Married at 13, a Girl Speaks Out Against Early Marriage
Society & Culture  (tags: marriage, girls, abuse, child, children, crime, culture, education, ethics, freedoms, religion, rights, sadness, safety, society, violence, women, world )

Penny
- 15 hours ago - blog.thehungersite.com
This video by UNICEF features a clip of a girl in Yemen who was married at 13 years old. Her powerful story highlights her own experience and the harmful effects childhood marriage has on girls.
Israel Used "Disappearance" of Soldier as Pretext for Killing Spree ~ Rights Group
Society & Culture  (tags: Human Rights, world, Israel, Palestine, Gaza, Rafah, war crimes, Mosques, civilian deaths, children, women, humans, government, crime, ethics )

Carrie
- 15 hours ago - electronicintifada.net
On 1 August last year, the Israeli military reported that one of its lieutenants, Hadar Goldin, had gone missing in the Rafah area, close to Gaza's border with Egypt. Israel's response was one of "shooting at anything and anybody," according to an ...
Listen: Berkeley Students Reenact Encounters at Israeli Checkpoints ~ AUDIO, TEXT, and VIDEOS
Society & Culture  (tags: UC at Berkeley, students, Mock Wall, Israel, Palestine, Human Rights, Israeli Apartheid, freedoms, politics, society, culture, humans, interesting, news, rights, education, world, government )

Carrie
- 16 hours ago - electronicintifada.net
On Wednesday, Students for Justice in Palestine along with a diverse array of organizations at the University of California at Berkeley constructed a mock Israeli wall and dramatized encounters at a mock checkpoint.
5 Things to Know About ISIS and the Theology of Evil
World  (tags: Islam, Muslims, ISIS, evil, conflict, death, freedoms, iraq, middle-east, terrorism, violence, war, world )

Penny
- 22 hours ago - huffingtonpost.com
The Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict in Iraq, catalogues the human rights atrocities committed by ISIS, making it abundantly clear that this group is evil.
Biofuels Are Bad News for Forests, Climate, Food Security, Says Report
Green Lifestyle  (tags: CO2emissions, conservation, eco-friendly, energy, environment, food, food security, greenliving, health, humans, protection, Sustainabililty, world )

Kathy
- 1 day ago - news.mongabay.com
A report from the World Resources Institute finds that dedicating land to the production of biofuels, a form of renewable energy made from plants, may undermine efforts to achieve a sustainable food future, combat climate change, and protect forests.
Silly, Saucy, Scary: Photos Show The Many Faces Of Ugly Fruit
Offbeat  (tags: food, funny, humor, odd, unusual, world )

Kathy
- 1 day ago - npr.org
When it comes to nutrition, fruits and vegetables are usually the most virtuous denizens of the dinner plate. But it turns out, wholesome produce can also get pretty raunchy...
Free Shawo Tashi and 10 Artists ACTION
World  (tags: Shawo Tashi, imprisoned musician, Tibet, human rights, freedoms, world )

Nancy
- 1 day ago - freetibet.org
Shawo Tashi is a popular musician from the town of Dowa in Rebkong County, North-eastern Tibet. In November 2012 he was arrested and secretly sentenced to five years in prison.
Urban Sustainability - a Child's Play?
Green Lifestyle  (tags: children, conservation, eco-friendly, environment, family, greenliving, humans, interesting, protection, Sustainabililty, world )

Kathy
- 1 day ago - stockholmresilience.org
A recently published study shows that children who spend more time in nature show a better understanding of natural resources and environmental degradation.
Gaza Rebuild Effort Could Take 100 Years: Oxfam
Society & Culture  (tags: Oxfam, world, Israel, Gaza, destruction, rebuilding, Human Right, Israeli Blockade, politics, government, ethics, society, abuse, rights, freedoms, humans, news, sadness, safety, family )

Carrie
- 1 day ago - commondreams.org
"'Only an end to the blockade of Gaza will ensure that people can rebuild their lives." âEUR"Catherine Essoyan, Oxfam Despair and destruction continue to envelop the blockaded Gaza strip, where the rebuilding of vital structures could take up to a century.
TAKE ACTION NOW! What Kind of Government Would Lobby Banks to Destroy Our Great Barrier Reef?
Environment  (tags: Great Barrier Reef, destruction, mininginterests, overdevelopment, greed, environment, ecosystems, pollution, protection, conservation, water, wildlife, world )

Cal
- 1 day ago - action.sumofus.org
Big international banks have publicly backed out of funding the destruction of the Great Barrier Reef, but now our government is secretly lobbying them to change their minds.
CEO of Japan Airlines Takes the Bus to Work and Gets a Salary Less Than Some of the Employees - NationofChange
Business  (tags: ethics, culture, world, corporate, humans, labor, economy )

Wild
- 1 day ago - nationofchange.org
Haruka Nishimatsu, CEO of Japan Airlines, acts like a leader, but sacrifices some of the big corporate perks so he can build a stronger and more dedicated workforce. This is a philosophy that many corporate bosses should follow suit.
 

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