Convenience food changes could save ‘thousands of lives’

Post Views: 149 Convenience food changes could save ‘thousands of lives’Sarah Boseley, health editorTens of thousands of lives could be saved if major changes were made to processed and convenience foods, the UK’s leading health watchdog will say today, challenging

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Spain: Migrant Children at Risk 0

Post Views: 1 Abolish Emergency Regime for Unaccompanied Children in Canary Islands(Geneva) – The Canary Islands government’s decision to keep more than 250 unaccompanied migrant children in unregulated emergency shelters puts the children at risk and threatens their well-being, Human

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¿El fin del Capitalismo “amable”? 0

Post Views: 0 La posible caida de los últimos bastiones de la Europa SocialA principios del siglo XIX el canciller austriaco von Metternich había propuesto la necesidad de instaurar un Concierto Europeo supranacional, por encima de los intereses de cada

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Embargoes and Blockades used as a Method of Warfare 0

Post Views: 0 Project for Pitiless Centuries“I listen to the blackbird. A song for those who died.Now it is still all left to do. So as not to lose sight of the goal, which is to lift the brutal blockade

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What Every Environmentalist Needs to Know About Capitalism

Post Views: 1 For those concerned with the fate of the earth, the time has come to face facts: not simply the dire reality of climate change but also the pressing need for social-system change. The failure to arrive at

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Gulf oil spill: A hole in the world

Post Views: 5 The Deepwater Horizon disaster is not just an industrial accident – it is a violent wound inflicted on the Earth itself. In this special report from the Gulf coast, a leading author and activist shows how it

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Works started in Hasankeyf, millenary city of Kurdistan

Post Views: 55 In Hasankeyf/Batman, DSI (State Hydraulic Works ) and TOKI (Housing Development Administration) have set up a building area in a region where important findings belonging to Neolithic Age have been recovered.Construction works have started in the interaction

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Young prisoner on hunger strike in Turkey

Post Views: 27 According to DIHA news agency 15 year old R.E., who had been arrested under the Anti-Terrorism Act (TMK), is on hunger strike. He is protesting being kept in the ordinary prisoners wing instead of political prisoners in

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School plan ‘takes money from poor’

Post Views: 8 The government was today accused of draining money from schemes aimed at the poorest children to fund their flagship policy of Swedish-style “free” schools.Headteachers said the coalition’s plan to introduce hundreds of the free schools risked depriving

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Could International Criminal Court Deploy U.S. as World Law Enforcer? 0

Post Views: 3 The chief prosecutor of the court that purports to bring the rule of law to the planet is actively campaigning to appoint the United States – ‘the world’s most prolific perpetrator and sponsor of war crimes, crimes

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