Friday, May 26, 2017

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Turkey, the world leader in jailing journalists — HRW

A meeting planned for May 25, 2017, between European Union leaders and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan of Turkey should signal that discussion of upgraded economic cooperation is dependent on Ankara’s willingness to tackle its human rights and rule of law crisis, Human Rights Watch...

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange — Five things to know about him

The founder of the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks has been holed up in the Ecuadoran embassy in London since 2012. - When did Julian Assange come to prominence? - Julian Assange first caught the world's attention when his website, WikiLeaks, in 2007 released leaked manuals for US...

Paul McCartney secretly died in 1966 — Conspiracy theorists say

Paul McCartney never wrote "Maybe I'm Amazed." He never formed the band Wings. He never clashed with Yoko, became a vegetarian, or fathered any of his children. When Queen Elizabeth knighted him in 1997, she was actually knighting someone else. This is because, conspiracy-minded Beatlemaniacs...

Marijuana can really help people with pain management even treating drug addiction

Cannabis Nasal Spray Stops Childrens’ Seizures Immediately
Harm reduction is a strategy for treating addiction that begins with acceptance. A friendlier, less disciplined sister of abstinence, this philosophy aims to reduce the overall level of drug use among people who are unable or simply unwilling to stop. What should naturally follow is...

Sun stayed up for more than five days at the South Pole

Sun doesn't set for five days at the South Pole. Watch a time-lapse video of the sun that stayed up for more than 120 consecutive hours! Polar explorers in Antarctica captured a fantastic phenomenon between March 8-13: the sun stayed up for five days. It...

Saudi-led war on and embargo against Yemen behind a cholera epidemic

International organizations, including the United Nations (UN) and the Red Cross, say the Saudi-led war on and embargo against Yemen are behind a cholera epidemic that has claimed the lives of more than 180 people in the impoverished country so far. The International Committee of...

4 million kids orphaned in Congo

More than 4 million children have lost at least one parent in Congo over the past two decades, the silent victims of continuous cycles of violence. And more than 26 million orphans live in West and Central Africa, where Congo is located — the second...

Russia sent 5 tons of humanitarian aid to 1400 Syrian civilians, in 24 hours

Russian servicemen delivered nearly 5 tons of humanitarian aid to more than 1400 Syrian civilians in the past 24 hours, the Russian Defense Ministry said Sunday. "Within last 24 hours, the Russian Center for reconciliation of opposing sides has held 10 humanitarian actions... Total weight...

High blood sugar appears to reduce a person’s risk of brain tumor, study

In what they call a "surprising link," researchers have found that cancerous brain tumors called gliomas are less common among those with elevated blood sugar and diabetes. The new discovery, reported this week in the Scientific Reports, build on previous research findings at the Ohio...

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