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Shut Down Griffen Shepherd Kennels, GSK Kennel
Animals  (tags: bad breeding, genetic defects, german shepherds, suffering, ethics, animalwelfare, animalrights, animaladvocates, abuse )

- 18 hours ago -
This kennel has sold sick animals and those with genetic defects to numerous individuals, and not returned the money or reimbursed them for the funds paid to the Kennel despite the lifetime guarantee in the contract with the buyer.
ISIS Seizes Palestinian Camp in Syria
World  (tags: is, palestinians, Yarmouk, UN refugee status, clashes )

- 19 hours ago -
Islamic State terrorists take most of Yarmouk 'refugee' camp; clashes still ongoing.
Ban on Animal Products and Proper Laws to End the Cruelty
Animals  (tags: animal protection laws, animal products, abuse, animaladvocates, animalrights, animalwelfare, ethics, suffering, killing, prosecution )

- 18 hours ago -
As human have rights to live; so do animals have the right to live. They do have feelings like us. They do feel pain. Do animals exploitation is what we call to be civilized? The answer to this is No. True civilization is when we won't depend on them...
Rufous Hummingbird In The High Desert
Animals  (tags: Oregon, bird, breeding, environment, "high desert", hummingbird, nature, "nature photography", photo, photography, "rufous hummingbird", wildlife )

- 18 hours ago -
Meet the Rufous Hummingbird! This is the Hummingbird we have most here at the house. The Rufous Hummers show up here for the breeding season.
Why Is Cecil Rhodes Such a Controversial Figure?
Offbeat  (tags: Cecil Rhodes, Protesters, South Africa )

- 18 hours ago -
Protesters in South Africa are calling for a statue of Cecil Rhodes, one of the most committed imperialists of the 19th Century, to be taken down. Why does he still inspire such strong feelings?
I-Wonder: How Did William the Bastard Become William the Conqueror?
Offbeat  (tags: France, England, History )

- 6 hours ago -
From a French cradle to the English crown, In 1028, an unmarried French woman bore a son to the Duke of Normandy. People taunted the boy with the nickname âEUR~William the BastardâEUR(TM). Yet he not only became a formidable Norman ruler:
I-Wonder: Can You Lose Weight Without Counting Calories?
Offbeat  (tags: Food, Weight, Calories, health, nutrition, illness, diet )

- 20 hours ago -
Do you have to count calories?, It's common knowledge that if you eat more calories than your body needs you will gain weight. But counting calories accurately is difficult and time consuming.
Gazelle Valleys New Lease on Life
Environment  (tags: Israel, Gazelles, natural habitats )

- 19 hours ago -
After years of controversy and threat of urban development, Jerusalems largest natural habitat reopens this week to the satisfaction of local residents, both the 2-legged & 4-egged kind.
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