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UNESCO Heritage Experts Decide Not to List Great Barrier Reef as 'in Danger'
Environment  (tags: UNESCO World Heritage Sites, environment, Greet Barrier Reef. destruction, conservation, green, habitat )

Roger
- 1 hour ago - smh.com.au
World Heritage experts have decided not to officially list the Great Barrier Reef as being "in danger" but warned Australia it still has more to do to stop continuing damage to this natural wonder
UK Report: Muslim Men 200 Times More Prone to Rape Children Than Non-MuslimsâEUR¦   video
Society & Culture  (tags: abuse, rape, UK, Muslims, Islam, rapists, child, children, corruption, crime, dishonesty, ethics, family, police, religion, safety, society, violence, women )

Penny
- 15 hours ago - youtube.com
We know they come from all backgrounds. But that rather cutting second line is directed at people like me who believe that in some British cities -- especially in the North of England -- circles of sexual hell for young girls are run by gangs of Muslim
Ontario Teen Develops Ultrasonic Device for the Visually Impaired
Science & Tech  (tags: ontario, teen, developing, ultrasonic device, visually impaired, iAid, toronto, Ontario science Center )

Lone
- 17 hours ago - metronews.ca
The 17-year-old is the brains behind iAid, an ultrasonic navigation device for the visually impaired. The budding inventor is being honoured for his work at the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto next week.
The Conflicted History of Alcohol in Western Civilization
Health & Wellness  (tags: world, health, humans, risks, safety, diet, disease, abuse, alcohol, western civilization )

Darren
- 7 hours ago - scientificamerican.com
Booze was the beverage of choice for much of human history. But over the past millennium, views of alcohol in the West have swerved from warm embrace to moral vilification to a worry about the human costs of abuse
New Human Ancestor Species From Ethiopia Lived Alongside Lucy's Species
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 13 hours ago - phys.org
A new relative joins "Lucy" on the human family tree. An international team of scientists, led by Dr. Yohannes Haile-Selassie of The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, has discovered a 3.3 to 3.5 million-year-old new human ancestor species. Upper
19-Year Veteran AP English Teacher Fired for Reading Ginsberg Poem to Class - Alternet
Society & Culture  (tags: rights, humans, culture, ethics, education, children, news, media, politics, religion, society, safety, violence )

Wilde
- 7 hours ago - alternet.org
David Olio, an award-winning English teacher in Connecticut, was forced to resign by South Windsor School District officials after reading the sexually-charged 1968 poem "Please Master," a graphic account of homosexual affection by celebrated American aut
Call Out Ted Cruz for His Disaster Aid Hypocrisy
Environment  (tags: environmental disaster, preservation of natural treasures, climate-change, globalwarming, destruction, healthconditions, Sustainabililty )

Sabine
- 7 hours ago - leftaction.com
Back in 2013, when super storm Sandy devastated the northeast, Senator Ted Cruz voted against federal disaster relief, calling it "wasteful spending". Instead of helping out his fellow Americans in their hour of greatest need, he chose to lecture about..
Why Labor Should Give Sanders Strong Primary Election Support
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Bernie Sanders, Primary Election, Which Side Are We On, Labor, AFL-CIO )

Dandelion
- 7 hours ago - counterpunch.org
Bernie used his Congressional office to help workers get better organized, in their workplaces and communities, even when the labor movement lagged behind in both areas. Vermont State Labor Council is urging the national AFL-CIO to support him.
Bernie Sanders Describes 'Rape Fantasy' in Bizarre 1972 Essay
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: americans, democrats, republicans, candidates, media, news, women, government, ethics, elections, politics )

Frank
- 7 hours ago - nydailynews.com
An essay written by Democratic Vermont presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders from 1972 that discusses rape fantasies has surfaced.
 
 
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