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Archaeologists Uncover Human Settlement Dated to the Dawn of Civilization
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 1 day ago - popular-archaeology.com
AÅ?ıklı Höyük, a mound near the banks of the Melendiz River in southern Turkey, lies not far from the site of Ã?atalhöyük. Dated to about 7500 B.C., Ã?atalhöyük is famous for being one of the oldest and largest Neolithic sites ever found
Let Cecil Be the Last - Ask South Africa and Zimbabwe to Ban Canned Hunting ! Please SIGN and SHARE !!!
Animals  (tags: cecil the lion, hunting animals, african lions, wildanimals )

Angela
- 1 day ago - action.peta.org.uk
The world was shaken this week by the sickening story of Cecil the Lion - the beautiful wild animal who was lured from Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe by professional hunters and shot with a crossbow by an American dentist
Why Republicans Oppose the Iran Agreement: Follow the Money
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: government, republicans, Iran, nuclear non-proliferation, interests, nuclear treaty )

Evelyn
- 1 day ago - informationclearinghouse.info
That a new Republican president - Trump? Bush? - could by virtue of their superior knowledge of the Persian mind strike a better deal does not pass the laugh test. "It's hard to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not under
Consumers Don't View GMO Labels as Negative 'Warnings'
Green Lifestyle  (tags: genetic engineering, GMOs, GMO labeling, food, humans, shopping, society )

Kathy
- 1 day ago - seeddaily.com
A new study released just days after the U.S. House passed a bill that would prevent states from requiring labels on genetically modified foods reveals that GMO labeling would not act as warning labels and scare consumers away from buying products with GM
Germany Breaks a Renewable Energy Record
Green Lifestyle  (tags: Germany, good news, environment, energy, humans, wind and solar power, world, technology, society )

CarrieEye
- 1 day ago - takepart.com
GermanyâEUR(TM)s transition from coal- and oil-fired power to carbon-free electricity hit a new milestone on July 25 when solar, wind, and other sources of renewable energy met 78 percent of the dayâEUR(TM)s energy demand.
A Major Supplier of U.S. Seafood Is Among the Worst Countries for Modern Slavery ~ PETITION ATTACHED ~ PLEASE SIGN!
World  (tags: Human Rights, modern slavery, slave labor, Thailand, news, government, ethics, crime, politics, world )

CarrieEye
- 1 day ago - takepart.com
For two years running, the State Department has listed Thailand as one of the worst countries for slave labor ~ but it doesn't receive the same sanctions as other nations on the list.
PETITION: Don't Let the Government Keep Us in the DARK
Environment  (tags: conservation, health, habitatdestruction )

Nita
- 1 day ago - bullhorn.nationofchange.org
Don't Let the Government Keep Us in the DARKâEUR"Take the pledge to demand support for mandatory GMO labeling and tell your Senators to oppose H.R. 1599.
Sad About Cecil? These African Animals Are Slaughtered By the Thousands
World  (tags: Animal Rights, animal deaths, South Sudan, conservation, civil war, violence, ethics, government, crime, conflict, world, news, humans )

CarrieEye
- 1 day ago - thedailybeast.com
South Sudan's civil war has been a disaster for humans and animals alike. Soldiers on both sides have turned the slaughter of giraffes and other animals into an industry.Conservationists say the "charismatic megafauna" are nearly wiped out here.
Presidential Candidates' Shocking Behavior
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: elections, candidates, Americans, shocking behavior, ethics, politics, republicans, democrats, propaganda, news )

CarrieEye
- 19 hours ago - newyorker.com
In a video posted on the news website IJ Review, [Lindsey] Graham took a meat cleaver to a flip-phone, dropped it in a blender, set it on fire with lighter fluid, hit it with a golf driver, chopped it with a samurai sword, baked it in an oven and ...
A Toddler Dies in the West Bank
Society & Culture  (tags: world, Israel, Palestine, West Bank, settler violence, crime, death, ethics, murder, rights, freedoms, humans, society, culture, family, children, abuse, government, politics, violence, safety, news )

CarrieEye
- 6 hours ago - newyorker.com
How the reaction continues to play out will likely depend, in large measure, on how the Israeli justice system deals with the killers. There were already questions, from the Palestinian side, about whether the settlers' relatives, ...
 
 
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