Archive for July 18th, 2014

Scotland Deserves to be Independent
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Scotland Deserves to be Independent

Scotland is barely a few months away from the all-important date of September 18, when its citizens will vote to decide the future of their country. The stakes are high: on one hand, there are supporters of an independent Scotland, whereas on the other hand, there is UK Prime Minister David Cameron who will be […]

Remembering Srebrenica, 1995
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Remembering Srebrenica, 1995

Every year in July, the memories of the Srebrenica Massacre swell anew and bring tears to not just Bosniaks but anyone who has even an ounce of humanity left in him/her. Years go by, debates keep happening, and we keep telling ourselves that humanity is not yet dead. Remembering Srebrenica Between 1992 and 1995, over […]

Posted in: Human Rights
‘They aren’t our children. Our children are precious.’
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‘They aren’t our children. Our children are precious.’

As a Border Patrol agent reads the birth certificate of Alejandro, 8, it seems that universally people of all nations would feel empathy for the child. But that isn’t exactly what’s happening, as more and more Americans are openly voicing disdain for even children who are sent across the US-Mexican border as refugees. As he […]

Posted in: Mexico
1/5th of the World’s Freshwater… Why Are They Shutting It Off In Detroit?
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1/5th of the World’s Freshwater… Why Are They Shutting It Off In Detroit?

While the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department has been busy hiring private contractors to shut off over 300,000 poor people’s water in the midst of this summer, many are asking why. The Great Lakes constitute 20% of the entire world’s freshwater. Water could not be more abundant near Detroit. Now, activists from around the world […]

New 3D Printed HOUSES Only Cost $4,800 Each!
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New 3D Printed HOUSES Only Cost $4,800 Each!

It seems we can 3D print just about anything these days: from assault weapons to body parts, and now even houses. That’s what’s being made by a gargantuan 3D printer which can churn out up to 10 houses, made from recycled materials, in less than 24 hours! The developers of the innovative technology are from […]