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Arkaim Ancient Settlement in Russia Discovered
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 3 hours ago - slavorum.org
Russian archaeologists have unearthed some ancient and virtually unknown settlements, which they believe were built by the original Aryan race about 4,000 years ago. Ancient Aryan settlement in Russia discovered.
Man Who Believes God Speaks to Us Through "Duck Dynasty" Is About to Be Texas' Second-in-Command
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Texas, Dan Patrick, religion, Republicans, nut jobs, crazies, Duck Dynasty, separation of church and state )

Freya
- 14 hours ago - motherjones.com
As a Texas state senator, Dan Patrick has conducted himself in a manner consistent with the shock jock he once was. Patrick--who is now the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor--has railed against everything from separation of church and state to...
Sea Lions in Georgia? Help! | Action Alerts | Actions | PETA
Animals  (tags: Sea Lions, Sea Lions Suffering, endangered, animalwelfare )

Jean
- 14 hours ago - peta.org
Columbia County Fair in Grovetown, Georgia, will be hosting Sea Lion Splash, an exhibit that endangers sea lions and the public and whose owner, Marco Peters, provided false information after these issues were brought to light.
Tarim Basin in China - Mummies of Proto-Slavs 4000 Years Old
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 14 hours ago - slavorum.org
The Tarim mummies are a series of mummies discovered in the Tarim Basin in present-day Xinjiang, China, which date from 1900 BCE to 200 CE. Some of the mummies are frequently associated with the presence of the Indo-European Tocharian languages
VIDEO - B'Tselem Video: Israeli Soldiers Blindfold and Detain 11 Year Old Disabled Child
World  (tags: israel state terrorism, IDF-IOF brutality, Palestinian children's rights' abuses, disabled children, arrests, intimidation-harassment, settler violence, racism-zionism, ethnic cleansing, childrens' rights abuses, world, USA, end all US aid to Israel )

Jess
- 13 hours ago - mondoweiss.net
Soldiers are seen holding the boy, handcuffing him, blindfolding him and closing him in the jeep, despite cries by Palestinian residents that the boy is mentally disabled -
We Must Think of 'Security' in New Ways
World  (tags: Active Citizens, Armed Conflicts, Climate Change, Crime & Justice, Democracy, Development & Aid, Education, Energy, Environment, Food & Agriculture, Geopolitics, Global Governance, Health, Peace, Poverty & MDG's, Water & Sanitation )

Judy
- 13 hours ago - ipsnews.net
Traditional notions of security being dependent solely on military and related apparatus are outmoded. .
Family of Mohammed Abu Khdeir Continues to Wait for Justice as Israeli Court Again Postpones Trial for His Killers
World  (tags: Palestinian HumanRights, Justice now!, world, goveMohammed Abu Khdeir, israeli courts-government, gag orders, rnment, children, freedoms, usa )

Jess
- 13 hours ago - mondoweiss.net
The two minors in the case have not yet been named because a gag has been placed on disclosing the identities of arrested youths. In court, they were simply each called "the defendant".
Inside Out: Three Poems on Gaza By Zeina Hashem Beck
Health & Wellness  (tags: massacres-assault Gaza, 2014, Israel state oppression of Palestinians, israeli ethnic cleansing-racism, zionism, land thefts, BDS, PoetryBody-Mind-Spirit, healthcare, humans, health, children, abuse, disease, risks, medicine, illness, protection )

Jess
- 13 hours ago - electronicintifada.net
Image - The Tuffah neighborhood of Gaza City on 18 September. Zeina Hashem Beck is a Lebanese poet whose poetry collection, titled To Live in Autumn, won the 2013 Backwaters Prize.
Google Partners Up for $60M Undersea Fiber Link Between Florida and Brazil
Science & Tech  (tags: Florida, Brazil, fiber optic, undersea linking cable )

Stephen
- 13 hours ago - computerworld.com
Project shows company's ongoing efforts to gain greater control over Internet access..
 
 
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