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Blacks, Hispanics and Native Americans in US more likely to get arrested by police: Study

People rally in Dallas, Texas, on Thursday, July 7, 2016 to protest the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. (AFP photo)...

Human Rights Watch says Bahraini activist Nabeel Rajab faces 12 years in prison over critical tweets: Human Rights Watch

Bahraini human rights activist Nabeel Rajab (photo by Reuters) Human Rights Watch says Bahraini human rig...

First of Its Kind Study Shows 55,400 People Hospitalized or Killed by US Cops in a Single Year

Justin Gardner The Free Thought ProjectIf anyone needed a reminder that America has a police brutality problem, the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile provided it. Actual numbers on violent police encounters are difficult to come by, but...
by INFRAKSHUN on Jul 27, 2016

Imprisoned Palestinian women and girls: Teen detained over Facebook posts, injured woman denied medical care

Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network Palestinian teen Qamar Manasra, 16, a Palestinian citizen of Israel, remains detained after she was arrested by Israeli forces who invaded her home in Reineh village on Tuesday, 19 July. Her home wa...
by INFRAKSHUN on Jul 26, 2016

IHBAS Recruitment 2016 for Senior Resident post

Institute of Human Behavior & Allied Sciences has published advertisement for the 52 post of Senior Resident. Interested and eligible candidates can apply before final date of application 08-08-2016. Candidates can visit IHBAS official website an...
by SarkariPost.in on Jul 26, 2016

TURKEY - Erdogan's Crackdown

"Turkish government crackdown touches thousands after coup attempt" PBS NewsHour 7/19/2016COMMENT:  A nation on the road to dictatorship via Hitler's playbook. ExcerptSUMMARY:  In Istanbul, thousands of supporters of Turkish President Recep...
by Mage Soapbox on Jul 25, 2016

What has the Victorian Labor government ever done for human rights?

Developments in Human Rights in Victoria 2016Martin Pakula MP, Victorian Attorney-General, addressed the Castan Centre Human Rights Law annual conference on 22 July 2016. He launched the government's response to the Victorian Human Rights Charter Rev...
by Labor View from Bayside on Jul 25, 2016

Sunday Selfie – Finding the Joy in Simple Moments

This picture of Mia and Peanut was taken back in 2009. While I certainly had my share of setbacks back then, I often find myself yearning for those days when life seemed simpler. Everything is just so hectic and stressful nowadays. But for a cat, the...

Free online course: Magna Carta (De bakermat van de #mensenrechten!!)

How did a peace treaty signed by an English king in 1215 become such an important symbol of liberty and human rights around the world? This free online course will start by looking at the events that led t...
by Vreemdelingenrecht on Jul 24, 2016

Intimate portraits of Gaza's lost

Charlotte Silver The Electronic Intifada Obliterated Families is a newly released multimedia project produced by Anne Paq, a member of the photography collective ActiveStills, and journalist Ala Qandil.Two years in the making, it profiles ten fa...
by INFRAKSHUN on Jul 23, 2016

US-Backed Syrian Rebels Film Themselves Beheading 10 Year-Old Boy

Mint Press News One video shows five men posing with the frightened child, who could be as young as 10, in the back of a truck. One of the men grips him by the hair.The same man is later filmed apparently cutting the boy’s head off.The incid...
by INFRAKSHUN on Jul 21, 2016

17 deaths an hour: Gadkari must walk the talk on killer Indian roads-Killer Roads and National Apathy: Time to Educate People

17 deaths an hour: Gadkari must walk the talk on killer Indian roads Killer Roads and National Apathy: Time to Educate People (http://www.sify.com/news/17-deaths-an-hour-gadkari-must-walk-the-talk-on-killer-indian-roads-news-columns-qhmpUOdjbihaj...
by INDIAS NATIONAL SECURITY on Jul 19, 2016

11 Horrifying Microscopic Images From The Human Body

Originally posted on www.oddastic.com The microscopic world is a horrifying nightmare of images and these microscopic images from the human body are not far from the truth. Almost all of the following images were captured using a scanning electron mi...
by Oddastic on Jul 18, 2016

La hipocresía de Human Rights Watch

Arthur González/El Heraldo Cubano Es mucho el dinero que se gastan los Estados Unidos para mantener la guerra mediática contra Cuba y, como cualquier producto de consumo, no dejan de publicar diariamente alguna noticia para mantener la matriz de op...
by Miradas Encontradas on Jul 18, 2016

How much do humans need to cooperate in order to survive?

Existential risks are thorny problems. They generally can’t be solved by one person working alone. Success will almost certainly require deep cooperation among all countries. In fact, existential risks can be categorized according to how much coope...
by Vision of Earth on Jul 17, 2016

How much do humans need to cooperate in order to survive?

Existential risks are thorny problems. They generally can’t be solved by one person working alone. Success will almost certainly require deep cooperation among all countries. In fact, existential risks can be categorized according to how much coope...
by Vision of Earth on Jul 17, 2016

Emotional Touch

Here are some psychological facts about Human Emotions.A few years ago, neuroscientist Antonio Damasio made a discovery. He studied people with damage in the part of the brain where emotions are generated. He found that they seemed normal,...
by Psychology Facts on Jul 16, 2016

Not finding any place that will accept dogs, even

spam deleted. Thanks! 'here's to your health!'service ones. Blatantly say on phone that no dogs allowed,even when say,not a pet. Illegal. Can go to human rights but don't have time for that when looking, unless. They can make them give me the apt.
by Closer to SAne on Jul 16, 2016

Viruses revealed to be a major driver of human evolution

The constant battle between pathogens and their hosts has long been recognized as a key driver of evolution, but until now scientists have not had the tools to look at these patterns globally across species and genomes. In a new study, researchers ap...
by The Archaeology News Network on Jul 15, 2016

Changes in primate teeth linked to rise of monkeys

University of California, Berkeley paleontologists have identified distinctive features of primate teeth that allow them to track the evolution of our ape and monkey ancestors, shedding light on a mysterious increase in monkey species that occurred d...
by The Archaeology News Network on Jul 13, 2016


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