Yemen: UNICEF Yemen Crisis Situation Report 19 -25 August, 2015
Source: UN Children's Fund Country: Yemen Highlights Earlier this week, 14 educators and four of their children were killed and 20 people injured in…
Chrystia Freeland smashes all-male party while Trudeau and Mulcair blow smoke over pot
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Fishermen Approve Tepco Plan To Dump Treated Water In Pacific Ocean
Two fisheries associations in Japan this week gave permission for the Tokyo Electric Power Company to dump treated water from the Fukushima Daiichi…
Ten Years Since Hurricane Katrina: A Social and Political Crime
This week marks the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, which made landfall on the US Gulf Coast on August 29, 2005. The world looked on in…
New data cast light on poor hygiene
This week is World Water Week. Each year, leaders and experts meet in Stockholm to discuss global challenges relating to water. This year the…
Scottsdale Business Leaders Support Non-Discrimination Protections
This week, Competitive Arizona hosted more than 125 Scottsdale business leaders to discuss a potential LGBT non-discrimination…
Interview 1081 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato
This week on the New World Next Week: the Ashley Madison hack isn't just about adultery; Obama pushes for war while Congress pushes for more war; and…
After Katrina: Chicago, a city of refuge
After Hurricane Katrina, survivors in Chicago experienced the city's can-do spirit and compassion. The 10-year anniversary of the Katrina experience…
Wake Up and Smell the Poison – newsletter 082715 from Organic Consumers Association
       ESSAY OF THE WEEK Expert Opinions The promoters and purveyors of GMOs have spent hundreds of millions of dollars portraying anyone who…
Mystery of celebrity polar bear Knut’s death finally solved
Ukraine, celebrating only the 24th year of independence in its entire history this week, lives in a tough neighborhood. While its political leaders…