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MH370 Search: Experts Investigate Indian Ocean Wreckage
World  (tags: Malaysia, missing plane, MH370, Reunion, debris )

Evelyn
- 3 days ago - bbc.com
Malaysia has sent a team to the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion to determine whether debris which washed up there is from missing flight MH370
2015 Constitutionalists Party UK: Constructing Radically New, User-Friendly Politics From Within   video
Society & Culture  (tags: 2015 Constitutionalists Party UK, user-friendly politics, Greece, democracy, Brian Wills, revolution )

Evelyn
- 3 days ago - youtu.be
Brian writes on the way political and economic power affects our lives, with particular reference to recent turbulent events in Greece, and about how citizens become invigorated when they volunteer to transform it.
Why We Care More About The Death Of A Lion Than A Thousand Dead Children (Two Articles)
Society & Culture  (tags: Cecil, animals, humans, children, celebrity, human rights, suffering, abuse, tragedy, society )

Evelyn
- 17 hours ago - informationclearinghouse.info
The heart of the problem - if you're killed, it helps to be a celebrity, whether human or beast. For the rest - 3/4M black men incarcerated in the US, 10s of K of child brides in Bangladesh etc - suffering goes mostly unnoted and unheard.
The Benefits of a Bilingual Brain - Mia Nacamulli   video
Science & Tech  (tags: languages, bilingual, multilingual, brain, functions )

Evelyn
- 1 day ago - youtu.be
It's obvious that knowing more than one language can make certain things easier -like traveling, watching movies without subtitles. Are there other advantages to having a bilingual (or multilingual) brain? Nacamulli details the three types of brains
Does Zimbabwe Really Need Trophy Hunting?
World  (tags: Zimbadwe, trophy hunting, Cecil the lion, government, ethics, death, crime, politics, world, news, humans, freedoms, interesting )

CarrieEye
- 1 day ago - newyorker.com
The death of Cecil the lion, who largely lived in a protected game reserve, will likely turn out to have been a case of illegal poaching. But, had the thirteen-year-old black-maned lion lived a few miles away, and had the proper paperwork ...
Presidential Candidates' Shocking Behavior
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: elections, candidates, Americans, shocking behavior, ethics, politics, republicans, democrats, propaganda, news )

CarrieEye
- 1 day 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 ...
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.
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.
'It Was Off the Wall': FL Police Laundered Millions in Drug Money Overseas and Enjoyed Lavish Lifestyle
Society & Culture  (tags: news, police, Florida, law, dishonesty, crime, humans, society, culture, safety, ethics, abuse, corruption, government )

CarrieEye
- 1 day ago - rawstory.com
An investigative report by the Miami Herald published today reveals that two local Florida police agencies engaged in a slick money laundering scheme ripped from a Hollywood movie, reaping a whopping $2.4 million for themselves in drug money.
 
 
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