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San Francisco: Monsanto's Secrets Are Exposed Through The Suffering Of One Man
World  (tags: San Francisco, California, US, Monsanto, Lawsuit Success, Cancer Death, Toxic Products, Herbicides, conflict, crime, death, HumanRights, media, news, usa, world )

Fiona
- 1 day ago - earthfirstjournal.org
It was a verdict heard around the world. In a stunning blow to one of the worldâEUR(TM)s largest seed and chemical companies, jurors in San Francisco have told Monsanto it must pay $289m in damages to a man dying of cancer.
British Columbia, Canada: Grizzly Hunters From EU Given Permit To Take Trophies
World  (tags: British Columbia, Canada, EU Hunters, Given Permit To Take Grizzly Trophies, animals, animal rights, EU does not permit import of hunting tro, conflict, corruption, death, violence, world )

Fiona
- 33 days ago - ctvnews.ca
Yes you read that correctly....even though the EU does not permit import of hunting trophies. Between 2004 and 2015 and found between 25 and 36 hunters from the EU received such permits. Please note, comment, and forward.
PETITION / URGENT!!! - GUATEMALA: ENOUGH! STOP THE ESCALATION OF KILLINGS
World  (tags: guatemala, escalating of killing, human rights defenders, killed, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', crime, corruption, death, humanrights, government, society, violence, world )

Lone
- 61 days ago - e-activist.com
Attacks on defenders in Guatemala are rapidly escalating. Seven human rights defenders have been killed within a month
British Columbia, Canada: Indigenous Activists Keep An Eye On Oil Leak At Kinder Morgan Pump Station
World  (tags: British Columbia, Canada, Indigeous Activists, Kinder Morgan, Pump Station Oil Leak, conflict, corruption, crime, death, HumanRights, humans, interesting, news, society, world )

Fiona
- 80 days ago - warriorpublications.wordpress.com
Indigenous activists are keeping a close eye on an oil spill near Barriere, B.C., days before Kinder MorganâEUR(TM)s so-called deadline on its $7.4-billion Trans Mountain expansion project. Please note, comment, and forward.
Tanzania: Battle To Save Africa's Elephants Gaining Support
World  (tags: Tanzania, Battle To Save Africa's Elephants Gainin, Elephant Conservation, africa, death, GoodNews, media, news, society, world )

Fiona
- 119 days ago - ctvnews.ca
MIKUMI NATIONAL PARK, Tanzania - The elephant staggered and keeled over in the tall grass in southern Tanzania, where some of the world's worst poaching has happened.
Italy: Rescue - Goats Saved From Slaugher
World  (tags: Italy, Animal Rescue, Goats Rescued, Easter Goat Slaughter, Slaughter Farm, crime, death, europe, GoodNews, interesting, news, society, violence, world )

Fiona
- 120 days ago - earthfirstjournal.org
In March, 28 goats who were to be killed for Easter dishes were freed from a farm in Italy. Watch heart warming video.....on site. Animal liberationists are My hero. Please note, comment, and forward.
Stop Trump's Illegal Strikes on Syria
World  (tags: war, violence, death, slaughter of civilians, international relations, petitions, Middle East )

Freya
- 124 days ago - act.democracyforamerica.com
This is an extremely dangerous decision sure to unleash even more chaos in the region. Trump is sending missiles into densely-populated areas like Damascus, and while the smoke is still clearing, reports of possible civilian casualties are surfacing.
Six Park Rangers Killed in DRC's Virunga Wildlife Sanctuary
World  (tags: rangers, killed, Ambush, Virunga NP, congo, gorillas, crime, death, violence, society, world )

Lone
- 129 days ago - timeslive.co.za
Six rangers were killed on Monday in an ambush in the Virunga National Park, the Democratic Republic of Congo's famed haven for gorillas and other endangered species, the park said.
Israel Has Killed a Palestinian Child Every Three Days for 18 Years, Reveals Shocking Statistic
World  (tags: World children's day, Palestinian children, occupation, zionism, ethnic cleansign of Palestine, Defence of Children Intl, U.S. media-news, Refugees&Relief, middle-east, Palestine, HumanRights, death, crime, children, freedoms, UnitedNations, terrorism )

Fly
- 131 days ago - middleeastmonitor.com
The Israeli occupation forces have killed around 2,000 Palestinian children since the start of the Second (Al-Aqsa) Intifada in September 2000
Japan, Shimonoseki: Whalers Return With 333 Dead Whales
World  (tags: Japan, Shimonoseki, Whalers, Kill 333 Whales, Southern Ocean, asia, conflict, crime, death, humans, interesting, media, news, violence, world )

Fiona
- 136 days ago - earthfirstjournal.org
Japanese whaling vessels returned to port on Saturday after catching more than 300 of the mammals in the Antarctic Ocean without facing any protests by anti-whaling groups, officials said.
Stop Bombing People in Eastern Ghouta
World  (tags: war, violence, death, Middle East, petitions )

Freya
- 161 days ago - amnesty.org.au
The Syrian Government, backed by Russia, is bombing its own people in Eastern Ghouta. Scores of people have been killed and hundreds injured in the past month.
Mumbai, India: Elephant Parade Raises Awareness Of Need For Elephant Conservation
World  (tags: mumbai, India, Elephant Parade, Elephant Conservation, asia, death, humans, interesting, media, society, world )

Fiona
- 161 days ago - indianexpress.com
he exhibition-cum-conservation initiative, Elephant Parade, comprising 101 sculptures of elephants was inaugurated in the presence of Devendra Fadnavis, Maneka Gandhi and Poonam Mahajan at the Gateway of India on Sunday.
UK: Ample Evidence Of Illegal Hunting Found At AMPLEFORTH COLLEGE
World  (tags: UK, Ampleforth College, Yorkshire, Illegal Hunting, Beagle Packs, Students, Hunt Saboteurs Association, conflict, crime, death, humans, media, news, politics, society, world )

Fiona
- 170 days ago - huntsabs.org.uk
The HSA can today expose illegal hunting by a beagle pack associated with one of Britain's top public schools. Ampleforth College in North Yorkshire encourages its students to participate in hunts by the Ampleforth Beagles.
Esmond Bradley Martin: Ivory Investigator Killed in Kenya
World  (tags: africa, conflict, corruption, crime, death, ethics, UnitedNations, black market, investigator, undercover, former UN envoy, rhino conservation, documentation, illegal wildlife crime, murdered )

RosemaryR
- 187 days ago - bbc.com
One of the world's leading investigators of the illegal trade in ivory and rhino horn has been killed in Kenya. Esmond Bradley Martin, 75, was found in his Nairobi home on Sunday with a stab wound to his neck. The former UN special envoy for rhino
 

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