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Activists Cry Foul After Discovery of Dead Leopard at Golf Course
Offbeat  (tags: animals, environment, protection, wildlife, leopards )

Cher
- 10 hours ago - dailymail.co.uk
A day after the carcass of a leopard was found at Gurgaon's ITC golf course, wildlife activists on Saturday cried foul over the mysterious circumstances surrounding the spotted cat's death.
The Almond and the Bee
Green Lifestyle  (tags: Bee, Bees, colony collapse disorder, CCD, Honey, Almonds, California, Pesticides, business, conservation, ecosystems, environment, food, health, Sustainabililty, world )

Syd
- 20 hours ago - sfgate.com
In describing the pollination of California almonds it's hard not to slip into superlatives: 80 percent of world almond production takes place in California, and almonds have become the country's most valuable horticultural export...
Iran Rape Victim Bound for Gallows Unless She Changes Story
Society & Culture  (tags: rape, victim, murder, hanging )

Beatrice
- 9 hours ago - telegraph.co.uk
Morteza Abdolali Sarbandi, an Iranian intelligence agent, was killed by Reyhaneh Jabbari after she was lured to flat to undertake interior design work but sexually abused. Jabbari pleaded self defence but was sentenced to hang
South Korea Ferry Passengers Who Were Told to Stay Put 'Got Trapped' Aboard Sinking Ship
World  (tags: news )

David
- 14 hours ago - independent.co.uk
Passengers on the South Korea ferry that capsized were told to stay where they were before the ship sank. As it emerged schoolchildren trapped on board sent heart-breaking text messages to their parents as they realised what was happening...
In U.S., Black Preschool Students "Punished More Severely"
World  (tags: humanrights, children, usa, discrimination, poverty, school, education, race )

Naoko
- 14 hours ago - ipsnews.net
WASHINGTON, Apr 19 2014 (IPS) - In the United States, African American children continue to face more barriers to success than any other race, new research suggests.
Cannabis: The Fabric of Japan
Offbeat  (tags: cannabis, Japan, fabrics )

Naoko
- 5 hours ago - japantimes.co.jp
"Most Japanese people see cannabis as a subculture of Japan but they're wrong," Takayasu says. "Cannabis has been at the very heart of Japanese culture for thousands of years."
Specimen Collection Threatens Endangered Species
Environment  (tags: animals, conservation, ecosystems, endangered, environment, habitat, nature, protection, Sustainabililty, wildlife, world )

Kathy
- 13 hours ago - natureworldnews.com
Current specimen collection methods are threatening endangered species, a team of researchers from Arizona State University (ASU) says. In a time when habitat loss and global climate change are already causing concern, biologists are growing increasingly
Right to Know Minnesota Gets Labeling Hearing
Green Lifestyle  (tags: conservation, CoolStuff, eco-friendly, environment, food, genetic engineering, GMOs, goodnews, greenliving, health, humans, organic, protection, Sustainabililty )

Kathy
- 2 hours ago - righttoknowmn.org
The Hearing is on the morning of Thursday, April 24th at 8:45 am with the House's Commerce and Consumer Protection Finance and Policy Committee to hear the House Bill 3140 to require labeling of products containing genetically-modified foods.
Five Unique Easter Celebrations From Around the World
World  (tags: Easter, celebrations, world, traditions, France, Italy, Bermuda, So America, Europe )

Diane
- 12 hours ago - weather.aol.com
Global holiday celebrations go past egg hunts and chocolate bunnies As thousands from around the world prepare to celebrate the Easter holiday this weekend, beginning with Good Friday,
Anglesey: Mysterious Artefact Discovered at Neolithic Tomb
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 12 hours ago - dailypost.co.uk
Perthi Duon - described by Dr Nash as Anglesey's "least known Neolithic chambered tomb" - is believed to have been a portal dolmen, a type of single-chamber tomb mostly built in the early Neolithic period, and dates to around 3,500BC or earlier.
 
 
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