April, 2016

Papua New Guinea food shortage leads parents to ‘sell children for rice’

A young Papua New Guinean dancer in Port Moresby CREDIT: GETTY A severe food shortage in the Pacific nation of Papua New Guinea… 0

Holy Bible on list of ‘challenged’ books at libraries

NEW YORK, N.Y. – On the latest list of books most objected to at public schools and libraries, one title has been targeted… 1

CORRECTED-Scotland moves against wealthy gentry dominating land

(Corrects to remove reference to ‘island’ in paragraph 13) To view popup window put your cursor on the blue words Perplexity “…upon the… 0

‘Temple of Baal’ to go up in New York, London

Temple of Baal, Palmyra, Syria, prior to its destruction by ISIS Visitors next month to Times Square in New York or Leicester Square… 7

Powerful force is behind Panama Papers

A huge leak of confidential documents from Mossack Fonseca, a Panama-based law firm alleged to have been a facilitator of money laundering for… 0

3 maps that show how Russia and NATO might accidentally escalate into war

MOSCOW – The Russian military exercises in March spanned the nation’s vast territory – from the high north, far above the Arctic Circle,… 2

U.S. to deploy armored brigade combat teams to Europe

The U.S. military said on Wednesday that it would deploy rotations of U.S.-based armored brigade combat teams to Europe, part of a wider… 0

Palestinian film claiming Israel digging under al-Aksa threatens to inflame tensions

Discourse that prevails in propaganda video claims “danger” posed to al-Aksa stoked the recent wave of Palestinian violence against Israelis that erupted in… 0

Austrian bank engulfed in anti-Semitism dispute over BDS account

A demonstrator wears a shirt reading ‘Boycott Israel’ [File]. (photo credit:AFP/ MOHD RASFAN) Jewish groups call for closure of BDS bank account. To… 0

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