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Two 1,000-Year-Old Skeletons Holding Hands Found By Archaeologists in Leicestershire
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 1 day ago - leicestermercury.co.uk
Centuries-old skeletons holding hands have been uncovered at a "lost" chapel by archaeologists. The remains, of a man and a woman, were found at the Chapel of St Morrell, an ancient site of pilgrimage in Hallaton.
Neolithic Necropolis Contains Twenty Monumental Tombs
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 22 hours ago - pasthorizonspr.com
A team of archaeologists is currently conducting excavation work on 20 hectares of land in Fleury-sur-Orne (northwestern France), which is earmarked for residential development. This site has revealed an important Middle Neolithic (4500 BC) necropolis
A Risky Bet on Syrian Rebels
World  (tags: )

Michael
- 12 hours ago - nytimes.com
You can't really depend on or trust any of them. One that is moderate may turn extreme after attaining power. We just don't know. It's a crap shoot.
The Middle East's Friendless Christians
World  (tags: Middle East Christians )

Michael
- 12 hours ago - nytimes.com
For decades, the Middle East's increasingly beleaguered Christian communities have suffered from a fatal invisibility in the Western world.
How Hillary Clinton's State Department Sold Fracking to the World
Environment  (tags: climate, CO2emissions, ecosystems, environment, endangered, energy, habitatdestruction, healthconditions, pollution, Sustainabililty )

Ewoud
- 12 hours ago - theguardian.com
..........That afternoon, they huddled with Bulgarian leaders, including prime minister Boyko Borissov, discussing everything from Syria's bloody civil war to their joint search for loose nukes. But the focus of the talks was fracking......visit site
Meet the Mighty Spinosaurus, the First Dinosaur Adapted for Swimming
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 8 hours ago - smithsonianmag.com
in 1915, German paleontologist Ernst Freiherr Stromer von Reichenbach described one of the weirdest dinosaurs known to science: the "Egyptian spine lizard" or Spinosaurus aegyptiacus. Unearthed at a dig in Egypt three years earlier, a few things
An Important Lesson White People Must Learn If They're Serious About Fighting Racism
Society & Culture  (tags: culture, ethics, freedoms, humans, police, safety, society, violence, Ferguson, Missouri, racism, segregation, white privilege )

Lynn
- 11 hours ago - alternet.org
Racism isn't going to disappear because one white woman chooses to make a conscious effort ... but it's a big step ... another small battle won for everyone who values equity and dignity for all people but recognizes that the struggle is far from over yet.
Egypt's Mammal Extinctions Tracked Through 6,000 Years of Art
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 5 hours ago - smithsonianmag.com
Tomb goods and historical texts show how a drying climate and an expanding human population took their toll on the region's wildlife
I Was a Human Shield   video
Society & Culture  (tags: abuse, child, children, corruption, crime, culture, dishonesty, ethics, religion, sadness, safety, violence, Islam, Muslims, terrorists, terrorism )

Ge
- 11 hours ago - youtube.com
A Muslim speaks out on her experiences as a human shield
Terrorist Training Camps in the US
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Terrorists, terrorism, Islam, Muslims, corruption, cover-up, crime, democrats, ethics, freedoms, government, lies, obama, usa )

Ge
- 11 hours ago - military.com
The Spread of Homegrown Terrorists - Islamic training camps in America's back yard. Why are these communities left to flourish in the US?
 
 
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