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Jehovah's Witnesses Church Hid Evidence Of More Than A Thousand Child Sexual Abuse Cases
Think Progress - Tue Jul 28, 2015
The Jehovah's Witnesses Church in Australia failed to report more than 1,000 reports of child sexual abuse since 1950, according to testimony presented at a government inquiry into the claims. More»

Photo: How Bush's grandfather helped Hitler's rise to power How Bush's grandfather helped Hitler's rise to power
The Guardian - Tue Jul 21, 2015
Rumours of a link between the US first family and the Nazi war machine have circulated for decades. More»

Photo: Nepal Quake Toll Passes 4,000 Nepal Quake Toll Passes 4,000
Reuters - Tue Apr 28, 2015
Hundreds of Nepalis, angered and frustrated by the government's slow response, were digging through rubble themselves on Tuesday to find remains of their loved ones after a devastating earthquake three days ago killed more than 4,000 people. More»

Photo: Powerful Magnitude-7.8 Earthquake Rocks Nepal, Death Toll Exceeds 1,200 Powerful Magnitude-7.8 Earthquake Rocks Nepal, Death Toll Exceeds 1,200
Wall Street Journal - Sat Apr 25, 2015
NEW DELHI-Rescuers worked into the night Saturday searching for survivors of a powerful 7. More»

Photo: Erupting Calbuco volcano lights up the sky Erupting Calbuco volcano lights up the sky
Associated Press - Thu Apr 23, 2015
Santiago, Chile - Twin blasts from the Calbuco volcano in southern Chile have sent vast clouds of ash into the sky, increasing concerns that it could contaminate water, cause respiratory illnesses and ground more flights. More»

Photo: The Numbers Are Staggering: U.S. Is 'World Leader' in Child Poverty The Numbers Are Staggering: U.S. Is 'World Leader' in Child Poverty
AlterNet - Wed Apr 15, 2015
America's wealth grew by 60 percent in the past six years, by over $30 trillion. More»

Photo: Volcano Villarrica Erupts in Chile Volcano Villarrica Erupts in Chile
Reuters - Tue Mar 3, 2015
Volcano Villarrica in southern Chile erupted in the early hours of Tuesday, sending a plume of ash and lava high into the sky, and forcing the evacuation of nearby communities. More»

Photo: Doomsday Clock reads 11.57: Atomic scientists move minute hand two minutes forward - and say we are at closest point to disaster in decades Doomsday Clock reads 11.57: Atomic scientists move minute hand two minutes forward - and say we are at closest point to disaster in decades
Daily Mail - Thu Jan 22, 2015
Symbolic clock was established by Manhattan Project scientists in 1947. More»

Photo: Pope Francis: Dogs  Can Go to Heaven Pope Francis: Dogs Can Go to Heaven
Time - Sat Dec 13, 2014
Pope Francis confirmed during his weekly address in the Vatican's St Peter's Square that canines, along with "all of God's creatures," can make it to heaven. More»

Photo: Pope Francis: You Can't Use Religion To Justify Violence Pope Francis: You Can't Use Religion To Justify Violence
Think Progress - Mon Sep 22, 2014
Pope Francis had some harsh words for religious extremists this weekend, voicing his strongest condemnation yet for those who use religion to justify violence. More»

Photo: Lava flows from Philippine volcano; thousands flee Lava flows from Philippine volcano; thousands flee
AP - Wed Sep 17, 2014
MANILA, Philippines - The Philippines' most active volcano has sent more huge lava fragments rolling down its slopes in an ongoing gentle eruption that has prompted authorities to evacuate thousands of villagers, officials said Wednesday. More»

Photo: U.K. government thought destroying Guardian hard drives would stop Snowden stories U.K. government thought destroying Guardian hard drives would stop Snowden stories
Washington Post - Mon Aug 19, 2013
In a remarkable post, Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger describes how the British government raided the Guardian's offices in order to destroy hard drives containing information provided by NSA leaker Edward Snowden. More»

Photo: Bangladesh Dhaka building collapse leaves 70 dead Bangladesh Dhaka building collapse leaves 70 dead
BBC - Wed Apr 24, 2013
At least 70 people have been killed and many more are feared trapped after an eight-storey building collapsed in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, government officials say. More»

Photo: Assange wins latest round in extradition fight Assange wins latest round in extradition fight
CNN - Sun Dec 4, 2011
London - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will be allowed to appeal against extradition to Sweden on sex allegations, the British High Court announced Monday. More»

Photo: Contaminated water found leaking at Japanese nuclear plant Contaminated water found leaking at Japanese nuclear plant
CNN - Sun Dec 4, 2011
Workers at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility have discovered a leak of 45 metric tons of radioactive water, operator Tokyo Electric Power Company said in a statement Monday. More»

Irish Church reports reveal horrific child abuse
AFP - Tue Nov 29, 2011
A new series of reports into Irish Catholic dioceses on Wednesday revealed horrific child sex abuse by priests and mistakes by Roman Catholic Church authorities in dealing with them. More»

English earthquakes blamed on shale 'fracking'
Associated Press - Tue Nov 1, 2011
LONDON - The only company in Britain using hydraulic fracturing to release natural gas from shale rock said Wednesday that the controversial technique probably did trigger earth tremors in April and May. More»

Photo: Occupy London - Archbishop of Canterbury finally speaks - and backs protesters Occupy London - Archbishop of Canterbury finally speaks - and backs protesters
The Daily Mail - Sun Oct 30, 2011
The Archbishop of Canterbury last night broke his silence on the protesters camped outside St Paul's Cathedral, saying he sympathised with the 'urgent larger issues' they raised. More»

WikiLeaks site comes under attack
Associated Press - Mon Aug 29, 2011
LONDON - The WikiLeaks website crashed Tuesday in an apparent cyberattack after the accelerated publication of tens of thousands of once-secret State Department cables by the anti-secrecy organization raised new concerns about the exposure of confidential US embassy sources. More»

Workers find ultra-high radiation levels at Fukushima Daiichi plant
CNN - Mon Aug 1, 2011
Tokyo - The operator of Japan's crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has detected the highest radiation levels at the facility since the initial earthquake and tsunami five months ago, a company spokesman said Tuesday. More»

Oslo bomb kills 7; shootings at nearby youth camp
Associated Press - Thu Jul 21, 2011
OSLO, Norway - Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg has urged Norwegians to not cave in to fear caused by a bombing in downtown Oslo that killed seven people and a shooting at a youth camp outside the capital. More»

Photo: Mystery of the helicopter that landed at scene of Dr Kelly's death after his body was found Mystery of the helicopter that landed at scene of Dr Kelly's death after his body was found
The Daily Mail - Fri May 13, 2011
A helicopter mysteriously landed at the scene of Dr David Kelly's death shortly after the body was found. More»

Magnitude 7.1 earthquake hits South Pacific
Associated Press - Mon May 9, 2011
PARIS - Geological monitoring services say a magnitude 7.1 earthquake has hit in the South Pacific off the French territory of New Caledonia. More»

Japan equates nuclear crisis severity to Chernobyl
Associated Press - Mon Apr 11, 2011
TOKYO - Japan ranked its nuclear crisis at the highest possible severity on an international scale - the same level as the 1986 Chernobyl disaster - even as it insisted Tuesday that radiation leaks are declining at its tsunami-crippled nuclear plant. More»

More radioactive water spills at Japan nuke plant
Associated Press - Sun Mar 27, 2011
TOKYO - Workers discovered new pools of radioactive water leaking from Japan's crippled nuclear complex, officials said Monday, as emergency crews struggled to pump out hundreds of tons of contaminated water and bring the plant back under control. More»

Breach suspected at troubled Japanese power plant
Associated Press - Thu Mar 24, 2011
TOKYO - Two weeks after an earthquake and tsunami triggered a crisis at a nuclear plant, the facility is still not under control, and the government said Friday there is a suspected breach at a reactor. More»

New reactor fire as Japan works to contain threat
Associated Press - Mon Mar 14, 2011
SOMA, Japan - A new fire broke out at a nuclear reactor early Wednesday, a day after the power plant emitted a burst of radiation that panicked an already edgy Japan and left the government struggling to contain a spiraling crisis caused by last week's earthquake and tsunami. More»

Meltdown alert at Japan reactor
BBC - Sun Mar 13, 2011
Technicians are battling to stabilise a third reactor at a quake-stricken Japanese nuclear plant that has been rocked by a second blast in three days. More»

Guatemalans sue U.S. government for infecting them with STDs
Yahoo! - Sun Mar 13, 2011
Guatemalan survivors of the experiments and the survivors of deceased test subjects are suing the US government. More»

Hydrogen explosion at stricken Japanese nuke plant
Associated Press - Sat Mar 12, 2011
TOKYO - Japan's chief cabinet secretary says a hydrogen explosion has occurred at Unit 3 of Japan's stricken Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant. More»

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