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From Smiles To Tears
World  (tags: photography, children, Syrian Red Crescent aid, Damascus, war )

Dandelion
- 1 hour ago - widerimage.reuters.com
Photographers eyeview when a Syrian Red Crescent aid convoy in the capital Damascus arrives. Convoy was carrying medical aid and supplies used for activities to give psychological support to children affected by the war, therefore lots of children there.
If Hamas Built Auschwitz-Style Ovens What Would the World Say?   video
World  (tags: Hamas, terrorists, terrorism, Gaza, Jews, violence, conflict, corruption, crime, freedoms, middle-east )

Penny
- 3 hours ago - youtube.com
CanadaâEUR(TM)s Sun News broadcast a piece in which it exposes Hamas as a terrorist organization, while acknowledging IsraelâEUR(TM)s right to defend itself. What this reporter does, is simply reveal what Hamas terrorists actually say themselves, even including qu
Arab Terrorist Killed After Car-Ramming Attack in Jerusalem
World  (tags: children, conflict, crime, death, ethics, israel, middle-east, terrorism, violence, terrorists, Islam, Muslims, Palestinians )

Penny
- 4 hours ago - unitedwithisrael.org
An Arab rammed his car into a group of Israeli border police officers, wounding two. It was the latest in a series of car terror attacks plaguing Jerusalem and the surrounding area.
3 Top Officers May Face Sanctions for Wasteful Spending in Afghanistan
World  (tags: Afghanistan, Pentagon, wasteful speding, Camp Leatherneck, independent government watchdog, SIGAR, construction )

Judy
- 6 hours ago - miamiherald.com
"This is one of the most outrageous, deliberate, and wasteful misuses of taxpayer dollars in Afghanistan we've ever seen," said Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri.
No More Job Killing Trade Agreements - Petition
World  (tags: TPP, petition, race to the bottom, unelected bureaucrats )

Dandelion
- 7 hours ago - secure.ourfuture.org
They are at it again. Unelected bureaucrats meeting behind closed doors making decisions costing tens of thousands of good jobs. We should have learned our lesson by now. Bad trade agreements create a race to the bottom which benefits multinationals only
Rohingya Women Exploited as Drug Mules and Prostitutes
World  (tags: Rohingya, refugees, plight of Rohingya, exploitation, prostitution, drug mules, victims )

Judy
- 7 hours ago - firstlook.org
The Rohingya are one of the most persecuted races today. With no legal status, if they get arrested and imprisoned it is more onerous for unregistered Rohingyas to acquire adequate and fair representation.
Iran Navy Fires at Singapore Ship in International Waters
World  (tags: iran, international waters, conflict, corruption, death, middle-east, politics, terrorism, violence, world )

Penny
- 8 hours ago - clarionproject.org
Coastguard vessels from the UAE came to the ships aid after hearing its cry for help. The Iranian patrol boats gave up the fight shortly thereafter.
1,400 Investigated in Child Sex Abuse Inquiry, Including Politicians
World  (tags: child sex abuse, investigation, Operation Hydrant, celebrities, public figures, police, England and Wales )

Judy
- 8 hours ago - theguardian.com
Officer leading Operation Hydrant inquiry says out of 1,433 alleged offenders from offenses in the past, 76 were politicians, 43 were from music industry and 135 were from TV, film or radio.
In Case You Didn't Know, Israel Is Above The Law
World  (tags: Israel, above, breaks, Swiss, law, Israeli, firm, oil, joint, venture )

Sam
- 11 hours ago - news.yahoo.com
After a Swiss court reportedly ordered an Israeli oil firm to compensate Iran over a scrapped joint venture, Israel said that its laws prohibited any payment to "the enemy."
Could Solar-Powered Floating Farms Provide Enough Food for the Entire World? Read More: Could Solar-Powered Floating Farms Prov
World  (tags: food, farms, solutions, solar power, hunger )

Freya
- 17 hours ago - inhabitat.com
With an increasing global population and a decreasing supply of arable land, providing sufficient food to meet demand is becoming increasingly more difficult. Barcelona-based Forward Thinking Architecture proposes an innovative solution.
Terrorist Killed in Gaza Tunnel Collapse Amid Reports That Hamas Is Rebuilding Infrastructure
World  (tags: Gaza, Islam, Muslims, terrorists, terrorism, conflict, corruption, crime, death, middle-east, politics, violence )

Penny
- 17 hours ago - thetower.org
Ynet reported Monday that a Hamas terrorist was killed when a tunnel collapsed in northern Gaza. Tunnels in northern Gaza are primarily designed to allow terrorists to infiltrate Israeli territory.
Philippines May Open Doors to Rohingya Migrants
World  (tags: Philippines, Asia Pacific, Rohingya, Migrants )

Evelyn
- 17 hours ago - aljazeera.com
Government indicates willingness to provide welfare for boat people, after other SE Asian nations reject new migrants. "Let us not fall short of providing humanitarian relief and assistance that is asked of us, as we pride ourselves to be a compassionate"
WORLDWIDE: March Against Monsanto 2015 Official Press Release
World  (tags: WORLDWIDE: March Against Mondanto 2015 P, 23 May 2015 )

Rosie
- 1 day ago - march-against-monsanto.com
On May 23, 2015, hundreds of thousands of individuals will gather in 38 countries and 428 cities to join the peaceful protest against the Monsanto Company as part of the March Against Monsanto campaign, seeking to raise awareness of dangers surrounding it
Debate: Who Created Jihadi John?   video
World  (tags: Jihadi John, Will Self, Moazzam Begg, Andrew Gilligan, Nesrine Malik, British Muslims, anti-terrorism, Cage, Mohammed Emwazi, Islamophobia, ISIS, Human Rights, civil rights )

Evelyn
- 1 day ago - youtu.be
A very interesting, heated debate between 5 people with very different ideas! None endorse Jihadi John & ISIS, but give different perspectives on issues around Islam & Islamophobia. See below for link to "short bites" & discussion of the debate
70 Years Later: Remembering the Norwegian War Sailors
World  (tags: Norway, Norwegian War Sailors, World War II, 70th Anniversary, Liberation )

Brian
- 1 day ago - na-weekly.com
This year marks the 70th Anniversary of the end of WWII, and May 8th marked the 70th Anniversary of NorwayâEUR(TM)s liberation from the Nazis.
 

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