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Brighten the Future of Gaza's Children
World  (tags: middle-east, Gaza, blackouts, solar lamps, children, studies, education, security, Palestinian NGOs, Luci lanterns, global giving, Rebuilding Alliance, matching donation )

Evelyn
- 492 days ago - globalgiving.org
10 years of blockade on Gaza has resulted in widespread darkness with power only available for four hours a day in rolling blackouts. 750,000 children are affected by electricity shortages, forced to use kerosene lamps and candles with horrific accidents
Illegal Bear Bile Trade Rampant in Asia
World  (tags: studies, illegal bear bile trade, thriving, poachers, tragedy, asia )

Simone
- 2685 days ago - traffic.org
Poaching and illegal trade of bears, driven largely by the demand for bile, used in traditional medicine and folk remedies continues unabated across Asia on a large scale, a new report by TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network, has found.
10 Incredible Artists Unappreciated in Their Time
World  (tags: Art, Artists, Schools, Colleges, Studies )

Anna
- 2861 days ago - onlineuniversities.com
Here are ten great artists you're bound to learn about during your university studies, who simply weren't appreciated for the work they produced during their time.
Tigers of Bangladesh Smallest in the World: Study
World  (tags: studies, bangladesh tigers, smallest in the world )

Simone
- 2907 days ago - gulf-times.com
A new study, funded by the US Fish and Wildlife Service Tiger and Rhino Fund, has suggested that the Sundarbans tigers in Bangladesh may be the smallest tigers in the world.
Wildlife Census in Goa Indicates Presence of Tiger
World  (tags: studies, locations, wildlife, tigers, state forests, goa )

Simone
- 2907 days ago - zeenews.com
Goa's Forest Department has come across evidence about the possible presence of tiger in the state's forests during the recent wildlife census. State's Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forest Shashi Kumar said "indirect evidence" of tiger's
HIGH MERCURY IN DOLPHIN EATING COMMUNITY
World  (tags: japanese dolphin eating community, high mercury, studies, dangerous )

Simone
- 3050 days ago - goallover.org
A dolphin eating community in Japan has been found to have dangerously high mercury levels a government lab reported on Sunday.
   

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