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Fowl Play? China to Serve as Middleman in Chicken Processing

05/04/2014

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Chickens in the Bus, Shanghai, China, Photo by Gigi

Michael Ransom, Senior Correspondent Last Modified: 14:21 p.m. DST, 05 April 2014 WASHINGTON, DC – In case you were looking for another reason to try a vegetarian diet, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) will likely allow the exportation of U.S. grown chickens to China for processing and packaging. China’s limited food regulations have […]

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Ebola Outbreak Threatens Rural Guinean Communities

28/03/2014

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Ebola Outbreak, Uganda, Photo by Claude Mahoudeau MSF

Michael Ransom, Senior Correspondent Last Modified: 01:28 a.m. DST, 28 March 2014 WEST AFRICA – While the animals that play host to the Ebola haemorrhagic fever (EHF) rarely show warning signs of contamination, the same cannot be said for the humans infected with the virus. In three West African countries, the outbreak continues to manifest […]

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A Tribute to Happiness

20/03/2014

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Smiley Face Balloons, Photo by Mali Woods

Chrycka Harper, Poet & Literary Critic Last Modified: 17:12 p.m. DST, 20 March 2014 Happiness always Makes the world a safer place. Is the world happy? Don’t forget men’s work Their tears, passions, drives, and quirks Bring smiles to kids. A child carries Light for the lantern to watch The world move to peace. Peace […]

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Battered Men. Fact, Not Fiction.

19/03/2014

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Anonyface, Photo by Sorin Florea

Ayanna Nahmias, Editor-in-Chief Last Modified: 01:24 a.m. EDT, 19 March 2014 UNITED STATES – According to statistics provided by the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistic in June 2013, an estimated 85% of women and 15% of men are the victims of domestic abuse. According to the statistics listed on the American Bar […]

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The Natural Rebellion

28/02/2014

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Wild Animals and Humans, Photo by Molly Radigan

Chrycka Harper, Poet & Literary Critic Last Modified: 01:57 a.m. DST, 28 February 2014 Sunshine’s rays gleam off the cold metal cage of the world’s favorite baby panda, Bao Bao. Nestled within fake vegetation resembling a panda’s natural habitat, the baby panda willingly participates in the scientists’ daily lesson plan. An audience of thousands venture […]

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