HALF MOON BAY, Calif. — A young man died after a hole he dug on a Northern California beach collapsed and trapped him in the sand for at least five minutes, authorities said Tuesday. The man dug a roughly three-metre-deep hole […]
We have no answers yet from Ukraine, as the recovery continues–only glimpses into the 298 people who died on that tragic flight
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Officials want to restart stalled peace talks between Israel and Palestinian
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Tempers flare briefly during Ottawa march
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Federal Aviation Administration prohibited U.S. airlines from flying to the Tel Aviv airport for 24 hours
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UK parliamentary MPs accuse Israel of war crimes and…
Spokesman says parents have been assured rescue is government’s top priority
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Action taken as plane crash remains leave war zone
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Move paves way for eventual elections
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‘If there was someone to apologize to in person, I would,’ reporter Colin Brazier writes
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Investigators can look into whether Russia played role in Alexander Litvinenko’s demise
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Diplomatic efforts intensify to end more than two weeks of fighting
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Chinese supplier accused of selling expired beef and chicken
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Of the 298 who died in the downing of the Malaysia Airlines plane, 193 were Dutch citizens
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On July 11th, 2am local time, Israeli warships fired on the Palestinian/International boat, Gaza’s Ark, which burst into flames and was completely destroyed. We had been working on this project for over two years, buying on old fishing boat, the largest one we could find in Gaza, and converting it into a cargo vessel. It was due to sail out of Gaza in September, carrying goods from the occupied West Bank and Gaza to trade with the outside world, in an attempt to break the illegal blockade of the Gaza Strip.
Building this boat continued the movement to sail boats to and from Gaza and was also part of the much larger movement of nonviolent resistance to the Israeli Occupation of Palestine.
After being kidnapped from international waters, imprisoned in Israel, then deported for being on the Canadian boat to Gaza challenging Israel’s illegal blockage of the Gaza Strip in November 2011, I was only more determined to continue chall…
Russia reluctant to support security council measure
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When I spoke to Izzeldin Abuelaish this week, I couldn’t help reflecting that life continues to test him in the most Job-like ways. The latest one-sided conflict between Israel and Dr. Abuelaish’s Gaza homeland is simply another in a life in whi…
Monday, July 21, 2014
Marine life in the high seas soak up twice as much CO2 from the atmosphere as Canada emits every year, a new study …
I find watching the siege of Gaza through Facebook frustrating, dreadful and tragic.
The images of dead children, dying grandparents and people who were once full of life are disturbing. The only positive is that these images help concretize the…
Online giant Amazon has sought permission for drone test flights in the United States, saying it is moving forward on plans for deliveries using the unmanned aircraft. In a letter to the Federal Aviation Administration made public this week, Amazon … Continue Reading