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Photo Highlights of the Day - Friday 30 January 2015
Offbeat  (tags: interesting, off-beat, world, pictures, news )

Zora
- 1 hour ago - theguardian.com
The GuardianâEUR(TM)s picture editors bring you a selection of the best photographs from around the world, including speedskating in Austria, the Winston Churchill anniversary, snowfall in Japan, and the conflict in Kashmir
TAKE ACTION NOW! Export-Import Bank: Don't Finance Destruction of the Great Barrier Reef
Environment  (tags: mining inteerests, Export Import Bank, Great Barrier Reef, destruction, ecosystems, environment, pollution, protection, oceans, world, humans, government, habitat, habitatdestruction, nature, politics )

Cal
- 6 hours ago - ran.org
I am alarmed at reports that the U.S. Export-Import Bank is considering funding AustraliaâEUR(TM)s Abbot Point coal port expansion. The port expansion and the coal mines that would feed it would gravely damage the Great Barrier Reef
Thai Vigilantes Take Up Fight Against Human Trafficking
World  (tags: world, humanrights, asia, Human Trafficking )

Rose
- 11 hours ago - todayonline.com
BAN BANG YAI, Thailand - Bullet-proof vest, shotgun, sunglasses: Kompat Sompaorat could be mistaken for a member of a SWAT team.
Holocaust Fears, Real and Manipulated, Have Shaped Israel
Society & Culture  (tags: world, Israel, The Holocaust, politics, religion, rights, society, culture, ethics, humans, freedoms, children, abuse, family, news )

Carrie
- 15 hours ago - america.aljazeera.com
Mandatory Holocaust studies have repeatedly been extended in high schools and elementary education. Recently a Holocaust program for toddlers was introduced in kindergartens.
American Pastor Saeed Writes Letter Thanking President Obama for Standing Up For The Persecuted ~ TEXT & PETITION !
Society & Culture  (tags: government, President Obama, Pastor Saeed Abedini, Iran, U.S., Christians, religion, rights, freedoms, ethics, family, law, interesting, society, world, safety, news )

Carrie
- 15 hours ago - aclj.org
Yesterday, Pastor Saeed told a family member in Iran who was able to visit him that President ObamaâEUR(TM)s willingness to take the time to meet with his wife and kids greatly encouraged him.
What's It Like To Grow Up On A Farm? (TEXT and PHOTOS)
Society & Culture  (tags: world, children, family, culture, farming, society, education, news, environment, humans, interesting )

Carrie
- 17 hours ago - theguardian.com
Helen Peters' books are based on her own magical childhood growing up on an old farm with piglets and sheep instead of TV and computers. This gallery tells the story behind her latest book 'The Farm Beneath the Water'.
Stop Poached Seafood From Being Sold in America.PUT AN END TO THIS WITH YOUR VOICE
Business  (tags: abuse, americans, business, consumers, corruption, cover-up, dishonesty, ethics, government, law, lies, politics, money, SustainableDevelopment, sustainabledevelopment, world )

Rose ann
- 19 hours ago - forcechange.com
This lack of information enables illegally caught seafood to make it to dinner tables. Country of origin must be added to consumer labeling so as to educate consumers as to whether their dinner is coming from sustainable stocksâEUR¦.
Photo Highlights of the Day - Thursday 29 January 2015
Offbeat  (tags: interesting, off-beat, news, funny, world, photos )

Zora
- 1 day ago - theguardian.com
The GuardianâEUR(TM)s picture editors bring you a selection of the best photographs from around the world, including fashion weeks in Paris and Copenhagen, a dragon-fire dance in China and Andy Murray in Australia
'Two Blue Lines,' Tom Hayes's Third Film on Palestine, Premieres Tonight in Columbus (TEXT and VIDEO)
Society & Culture  (tags: world, Human Rights, Israel, Palestine, documentary film, Tom Hayes, ethics, society, culture, arts, family, freedoms, government, rights, politics, humans, law, sadness, violence )

Carrie
- 1 day ago - mondoweiss.net
Tom Hayes's brilliant new documentary Two Blue Lines explores the passionate dispute among Israeli citizens about their government's Occupation of Palestine. The film deftly splices together dueling creeds and the result is electrifying, because it's ...
Israeli Navy Sinks Palestinian Fishing Boat In Gaza, Kidnaps 4 Fishermen
World  (tags: Gaza, fishermen, Fishing Boat, harassment-arrests of Gazan fishermen, Israel breaks truce 2014, kidnapped, BDS, arson, live ammunition, Israeli Aggression, media, middle-east, news, terrorism, world, usa, violence, europe, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', freedoms )

Jess
- 1 day ago - imemc.org
A Palestinian fishing boat drowned, on Monday evening, after Israeli navy ships fired rounds of live ammunition at it in Palestinian waters, west of Gaza city. The soldiers also kidnapped four fishermen.
New Study Helps Sort Out Easter Island Mystery and What Happened to the People
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, climate, discovery, habitat, health, history, humans, interesting, news, research, science, scientists, world )

Caree
- 1 day ago - scienceblog.com
Long before the Europeans arrived on Easter Island in 1722, the native Polynesian culture known as Rapa Nui showed signs of demographic decline. However, the catalyst has long been debated in the scientific community. Was environmental degradation the...
Photo Highlights of the Day - Tuesday 28 January 2015
Offbeat  (tags: interesting, off-beat, world, news, pictures )

Zora
- 1 day ago - theguardian.com
The GuardianâEUR(TM)s picture editors bring you a selection of the best photographs from around the world, including fracking protests in the UK, the recapture of Kobani and the stray dogs of Athens
Gulp, Matey: Medical Equipment From Wreckage of Blackbeard's Ship Not for Faint of Heart
Science & Tech  (tags: archaeology, world, scientists, humans, medicine, technology, safety, news, history, ancient )

Carrie
- 2 days ago - rawstory.com
Archaeologists working on the wreckage of the pirate Blackbeard's ship, the Queen Anne's Revenge, have unearthed medical equipment that demonstrates just how unhealthy the life of an 18th Century pirate could be, Live Science reports.
OP-ED: After Abdullah: Can Saudi Arabia Reform Before It Is Too Late?
World  (tags: politics, middle-east, world, SAudiArabia, reforms, government, society, news, interesting )

Cal
- 2 days ago - thenation.com
Treading water is not an option. Saudi Arabia is one of the more dynamic societies in the world, beset with rapid population growth and severe class, sectarian and regional tensions.
 

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