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Petition - Don't Sentence Award-Winning Reporter to Death By Deporting Him
World  (tags: reporter, awarded, Investigative Journalism, death sentence, asylum, dangerous conditions, deportation, risks, safety, conflicts, Human Rights, Ethical Treatment, freedom of the press, freedom of speech )

Kalliope
- 25 days ago - forcechange.com
Don't send award-winning reporter back to deadly danger in his home country. An award-winning reporter whose life is threatened in Mexico due to his investigative reporting may soon be sent back to his home country and into danger.
The World Is Facing a Clean Water Crisis We Can No Longer Ignore
World  (tags: clean water crisis, clean water act, prevention of further pollution, prevention of longterm effects, responsible behaviour, sustainability, accessibility, safe drinking water, risks, Water Quality, protection )

Kalliope
- 55 days ago - ladyfreethinker.org
In April 2014, the city of Flint experienced something typically reserved for third-world countries and impoverished communities. The city decided to stop using the Detroit Water & Sewerage Department and instead began sourcing the city's water from...
Greeks Defy Europe With Overwhelming Referendum 'No' !
World  (tags: Greece, EU, referendum, NO!, debt, bailout, historic, defiance, negotiating tool, PM, Tsipras, Varoufakis, Troika, Merkel, austerity, Greek economy, finances, five-yr crisis, depression, Euro Zone, ECB, emergency lending, warnings, risks, bankruptcy )

LucyKalei
- 896 days ago - reuters.com
Greeks voted overwhelmingly "No" today July 5th in a historic bailout referendum, partial results showed, defying warnings from across Europe that rejecting new austerity terms for fresh financial aid would set their country on a path out of the euro
Ebola Crisis Could Fuel Measles Outbreak in West Africa
World  (tags: world, treatment, safety, risks, research, protection, prevention, medicine, interesting, illness, humans, health, disease, death, Ebola Crisis, Measles, West Africa, immunization, epidemic )

Darren
- 1008 days ago - scientificamerican.com
Gaps in immunization could cause as many deaths as the current epidemic itself
Top Anti-GMO Scientists Band Together in Film Exposing Threats and Secrecy | Minds
World  (tags: corruption, crime, ethics, humans, society, safety, politics, government, freedoms, education, rights, violence, culture, environment, destruction, healthconditions, humans, protection, ecosystems, dishonesty, illness, health, disease, diet, research, ris )

Kevin
- 1058 days ago - minds.com
"Looking for a some mind-expanding entertainment? Check out Scientists Under Attack: Genetic Engineering in the Magnetic Field of Money, a film by german director Bertram Verhaag. "
12 Ways to Rid the Planet of GMOs and MonsantoâEUR(TM)s Roundup
World  (tags: freedoms, ethics, humans, society, safety, corruption, rights, government, illness, food, health, prevention, protection, disease, diet, humans, risks, safety, GeneticEngineering, world, usa, africa, asia, europe, society )

Kevin
- 1058 days ago - eatlocalgrown.com
The article suggests ways to fight GMOs, while the image I included suggests where the protests should really occur.
VIRAL ACTION NEEDED Tell Holland America Cruise Lines to Stop Supporting the Grind Slaughter of Cetaceans in the Faroes!
World  (tags: slaughter, killed, killing, suffering, sadness, wildlife, protection, endangered, extinction, conservation, animalcruelty, animalwelfare, abused, abuse, environment, whales, activists, violence, sadness, media, internet, government, conservation, ecosyste )

Kelly
- 1252 days ago - change.org
The Faroe Islands are home to an extremely barbaric cetacean drive hunt, called the Grindadráp/Grind. During a Grind, hundreds of pilot whales and other cetaceans are driven into fjords, and pulled up onto kill beaches,
Polio Virus Found in World Cup Host City
World  (tags: World Health Organization, Campinas, polio virus, risks, health, warning, vaccinations, World Cup, society, news )

Carrie
- 1272 days ago - thedailybeast.com
The World Health Organization announced Monday that Brazilian officials have discovered strains of the polio virus in one of the World Cup host cities, Campinas, which is a base camp for the Portuguese and Nigerian teams.
A Call on the Romanian Government to Freeze 'Stray-Killing' Law
World  (tags: money, politics, society, lies, dishonesty, corruption, business, cover-up, europe, conflict, violence, war, world, society, news, death, crime, treatment, safety, prevention, healthcare, risks, activists, abuse, murder, media, internet, law, politics, ne )

Kelly
- 1513 days ago - wspa-international.org
LEAVE A COMMENT Today, we regretfully heard news that the Romanian Constitutional Court is upholding the "stray-killing" law, consigning thousands of stray dogs to death after 14 days of detention in public dog pounds.
Angry Father Confronts Abortion Protesters
World  (tags: abortion, rights, slander, war, treatment, women, protesters, ethics, interesting, risks, safety )

Mari
- 1547 days ago - upworthy.com
Two Abortion Protesters Decided To Yell At This Guy's Wife. They Probably Shouldn't Have Done That.
Fukushima Radioactive Plume to Hit the U.S. By Early 2014
World  (tags: Japan, Fukushima, U.S., safety, risks, radioactive plume, radioactive water leak, world, humans, news )

Carrie
- 1567 days ago - rawstory.com
The first radioactive ocean plume released by the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster will finally be reaching the shores of the United States sometime in 2014, according to a new study from the University of New South Wales --
Global Interest Grows in New Zealand's Designer Drug Law: You Can Sell Them If They're Safe
World  (tags: abuse, government, health, safety, risks, protection, study, society, drugs, interesting, 'CIVILLIBERTIES!', ethics, world, politics )

JL
- 1596 days ago - washingtonpost.com
A novel New Zealand law that could legalize some designer drugs is being scrutinized with interest by other countries struggling to keep up with the proliferation of "party pills" and similar products.
Air Pollution Scourge Underestimated, Green Energy Can Help: U.N.
World  (tags: illness, health, ethics, protection, prevention, society, safety, risks, science, study, treatment, warning, investigation, world, UnitedNations, unitednations, usa, government )

JL
- 1710 days ago - reuters.com
Air pollution is an underestimated scourge that kills far more people than AIDS and malaria and a shift to cleaner energy could easily halve the toll by 2030, U.N. officials said on Tuesday.
 

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