No concrete plan in sight for hospital
“We can’t discuss specific parcels of land at the moment because all the options have to go through due process. All I can say is that there…
Gov must seek victims before pardon
On Monday, Khulumani Support Group’s Marje Jobson said they previously took the government to court to ensure the victims were engaged before…
The Global African: Addressing Race & Mediterranean Refugee Crisis
Telesur's The Global African explores the politics of class and race, and examines the refugee crisis in the…
5 Pictures Of Jia Jia, The World’s Oldest Panda, Celebrating Her 37th Birthday
Okay, when you get the chance to glimpse a panda and cake in the same portrait, you know it’s going to be a good day. This isn’t just any panda,…
Interwebbed Cyber and Crypto News for August 4
Welcome back, kittens! Did you enjoy your BC Day long weekend? We sure did. Of course, while we were doing that all hell broke loose on Canadian…
#HackingTeam Leaks: Ecuador is Spending Millions on Malware, Pro-Government Trolls
Citizens demonstrate against President Correa in Quito. Photo by Agencia de Noticias ANDES via Flickr (CC BY-SA 3.0) Written by Samuel Woolley…
Iran to Partially Lift Ban on BBC
Iran's Tasnim news agency has reported an announcement by the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance about lifting the ban on BBC journalists from…
Major Indirect Benefits of Obama’s Climate Plan That Could Save the World (Video)
By Juan Cole President Obama spoke on Monday about his plan to use the Environmental Protection Agency to pressure states to close high-carbon power…
Good News in History, August 4
On this day 115 years ago, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother was born. The wife of King George VI and mother of Queen Elizabeth II, she provided…
‘Puerto Rico Is an Artificial Economy’ – CounterSpin interview with Ed Morales on Puerto Rican debt crisis
Janine Jackson interviewed author Ed Morales about Puerto Rico’s debt crisis  for the July 31  CounterSpin . This is a lightly edited…
Visual.ONS – a step in the ‘sight’ direction for statistics
Here at Delib, we’re always glad to see people using technology to broaden the transparency of Government and to enable the public to…
Death toll in Pakistan floods rises to 151
Floods triggered by monsoon rains have killed at least 151 people in Pakistan, the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) said on Tuesday.The…