27 November 2017

All the news for 27 November 2017 [ 204 news items | Now showing page 1 of 11 ]

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7 Surprises That Climate Change Will Throw Us - Facts So Romantic

The interdependence of ecosystems and their inhabitants means climate change may force animals, including us, to adapt in surprising ways—some startling c...   [ continue reading...]

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Icarus

Akira ‘George’ Yoshitake (1929-2013) was a Japanese-American who was interned in the United States during the Second World War. He was also the last...   [ continue reading...]

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Infanticide

There is nothing so horrific as child murder, yet it’s ubiquitous in human history. What drives a parent to kill a baby?By Sandra NewmanRead at Aeon   [ continue reading...]

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Growth Through Industrialisation & Natural Resources - Audio Recording of 4th Sunil Memorial Lecture by Prof. Amit Bhaduri

audio recording of the 2017 Sunil Memorial Lecture by (the widely acclaimed Indian economist) Professor Amit Bhaduri which was delivered at Jawaharlal Nehru Uni...   [ continue reading...]

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Trailer for the documentary film Bengal Shadows / Les ombres du Bengale

a documentary that uncovers the hidden role of Winston Churchill and the British empire in causing and exacerbating it the 1943 Bengal Famine, starving 3-5 mill...   [ continue reading...]

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IT Department Sends Rs 30 Crore Tax Notice to AAP

The IT department said the money received as donations in its bank account was not recorded in the books of accounts. The post IT Department Sends Rs 30 Crore T...   [ continue reading...]

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Net Neutrality Is Just the Beginning

In the heady days of the Arab Spring and Occupy Wall Street, many trumpeted the emancipatory potential of the internet. They spoke of networks and hive minds, c...   [ continue reading...]

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Statement by the Executive Director of the Geneva Centre regarding Bangladesh-Myanmar agreement on Rohingya refugees

In relation to the signing of the “Arrangement on return of displaced persons from Rakhine state” on 23 November 2017 by the governments o...   [ continue reading...]

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Ireland: Snap Poll Likely as Opposition Demands Deputy PM’s Resignation

The political crisis deepened dramatically, leaving the country's two main parties with less than 24 hours to head off a general election in a dispute that cast...   [ continue reading...]

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In Another Sign of Normalisation, First India Visit by Denmark’s Foreign Minister in Seven Years

Anders Samuelsen held discussions with external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj on various aspects of bilateral ties including trade and investment, renewable en...   [ continue reading...]

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Increasing Speculation Deal in the Works, Michael Flynn Lawyer Meets With Mueller's Team

Common Dreams staffIncreasing speculation that President Donald Trump's former national security advisor Michael Flynn could be in talks about a possible plea d...   [ continue reading...]

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The early moderns had their work cut out curating their honour

Before people had an image, they had their honour. For much of history, little was more valuable than individual honour. ‘Better to die 10,000 deaths than...   [ continue reading...]

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Headlines for November 27, 2017

Egypt in Mourning after 305 Killed in Militant Attack at Sufi Mosque, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Official Sues over Agency Showdown, Lawmakers Under E...   [ continue reading...]

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Late in the Day

The sun hovers on the western horizon, an hour left on its time clock, as I walk out the back door and up the wooded lane beyond the pasture gates. The walk is...   [ continue reading...]

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Renewable Energy Tax Credits in the Age of Trump

Efforts by the White House and Congress to enact tax reforms are posing clear and present dangers to existing renewable energy tax credits. The House ...   [ continue reading...]

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Migrant Promoters and Musicians Spread Message of “One Africa”

The crowd in the park gave out roars of approval as the next act was announced:  Mothusi Bashimane Ndlovu, one of Zimbabwe’s most popular singers and...   [ continue reading...]

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A life sentence of low wages and public sector cuts - weekly briefing

Despite dire forecasts for the economy and living standards, the Tories are continuing with more austerity. It can't go on argues Lindsey German   [ continue reading...]

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From Geneva to Guwahati: demanding fair wages for Assam’s tea workers

As the UN meets in Geneva to discuss human rights the tea workers in Guwahati are standing up for theirs....   [ continue reading...]

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A Migrant Teen Got the Abortion She Sought. But the Trump Administration Is Still Fighting.

The legal battle over a migrant teen’s right to an abortion appeared to come to a close last month when a federal appeals court allowed the procedure to t...   [ continue reading...]

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The West owes Zimbabwe a future.

Nick Dearden from Global Justice Now argues that after years of colonial domination and dodgy trade deals, the UK must make amends and support Zimbabwe in this...   [ continue reading...]

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