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  • 7 days ago
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    Orwellian Nightmare: A German Couple Winds Up on U.S. No-Fly List

    Karina Marnissi and her husband Isam had been looking forward to their vacation in Cuba. Relaxing under the palm trees of the Caribbean and enjoying the charms of Havana seemed just the thing. On July 20, they traveled from Stuttgart to the Munich Airport with tickets and visas in their pockets. They had already checked in. All they had to do was check their luggage for the Eurowings flight to Varadero. But they would never make it onto the plane.

  • 11 days ago
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    Labrador saves man from 50-year sentence

    A man from Oregon has been freed from a 50-year jail term after his case unravelled following the discovery of a labrador dog he allegedly killed. Joshua Horner, 42, was convicted in 2017 for alleged child sexual abuse. The complainant in the case had said Mr Horner shot the labrador in front of her in order to deter her from reporting his crimes to the police. But the dog was discovered alive living with new owners by the Oregon Innocence Project, who were reviewing his case.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Experiencing homelessness for longer than six months can cause significant damage to a child's heal

    Researchers at Children's HealthWatch, based out of Boston Medical Center (BMC), found that children who experienced both pre- and post-natal homelessness and those who experienced homelessness for longer than six months were at highest risk of negative health outcomes. These findings, published in Pediatrics, illustrate the urgent need to intervene and rapidly house children and families experiencing homelessness to minimize the negative health outcomes.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    The Ford Focus is dead in the US because of Trump’s trade war

    Ford just announced that it’s abandoning plans to sell the Focus Active — which the company makes in China — in the United States because of tariffs imposed by the Trump administration. The car was supposed to be one of two models that Ford planned to sell in the US going forward as it shifts its lineup to be almost exclusively SUVs and trucks. Now, the only car Ford will sell in the US is the Mustang.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Several staff members sickened by unknown substance at Ross Correctional Institution

    A major emergency response has been reported at Ross Correctional Institution after several staff members were sickened by an unknown substance. The incident happened around 9:10am Wednesday after officials reported an inmate with possible signs of a drug overdose. That inmate was given Narcan and taken to the hospital. The Ohio State Highway Patrol and local emergency medical services were called to the scene where they treated a total of 29 correctional officers, nurses and inmates who were ex...

  • 1 month ago
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    'Exceedingly grateful': Tonga's sudden change of heart on Chinese loans

    Last week Tonga was calling on China to write off its debts but now it's exceedingly grateful for development aid from Beijing. On Thursday last week, Tonga's Prime Minister was protesting that his small Pacific Island nation would struggle to pay back the money it owes to China.

  • 1 month ago
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    Trump administration lifts ban on pesticides linked to declining bee numbers

    The Trump administration has rescinded an Obama-era ban on the use of pesticides linked to declining bee populations and the cultivation of genetically modified crops in dozens of national wildlife refuges where farming is permitted. Environmentalists, who had sued to bring about the two-year-old ban, said on Friday that lifting the restriction poses a grave threat to pollinating insects and other sensitive creatures relying on toxic-free habitats afforded by wildlife refuges.

  • 1 month ago
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    Sunset over the Kenyan savanna

  • 1 month ago
    Comment manix

    Nope found it on reddit, wanted to share it here.

  • 1 month ago
    Image manix

    Tranquility, Death Valley National Park

    Taken with Canon 6D. 17-40 f/4, settings: 1/60s, f/9, ISO100

  • 2 months ago
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    Atheist parents win right to dig up daughter's remains 35 years after her death

    A judge has given the atheist parents of a ten-month-old girl who died 35 years ago permission to have what’s left of her cremated remains dug up from the consecrated ground she was buried in. In an extraordinary case in the Church of England’s Consistory Court, the parents of Elizabeth (Lizzie) Hugill pleaded for rarely granted permission for their daughter’s remains to be exhumed. Lizzie died in December 1982 and was buried in Cheshunt Cemetery the same month.

  • 2 months ago
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    Elton John and Prince Harry launch bid to 'smash' AIDS stigma

    Elton John joined forces with Britain's Prince Harry to launch a $1.2 billion initiative on Tuesday to "break the cycle" of HIV transmission by targeting young men, among whom infections are on the rise. On the second day of a major international AIDS conference in Amsterdam, the two lent their mega-wattage star power to calls for action to end the lingering stigma around the virus and protect generations to come.

  • 2 months ago
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    Never give up.

    Never surrender.

  • 2 months ago
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    The Male Founder Of The Feminist T-Shirt Brand You Love Has A Very Dark Past

    The employees of the popular clothing company Feminist Apparel thought they were creating tools for the resistance. The online store’s viral shirts and accessories — which feature sayings like “Cats against catcalls” and “Trans rights are human rights” — became staples at events like the Women’s March and Pride. The brand amassed over 360k followers on Instagram and Facebook and was behind viral moments like the “No Catcall Zone” signs that took over NYC. Plus every item sold...

  • 2 months ago
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    This is the life