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The Palestinian Flag Projected onto UK Parliament

The Palestinian Flag Projected onto UK Parliament

Protests around the world are have taken to the streets to condemn the Israeli attacks on the Gaza which has killed more than 1800 people and injured at least 750 until this moment. In London, more than 50,000 protestors gathered in one rally – walking from the Israeli embassy to the UK parliament – to show […]

Gaza after 3 Days of Cease-Fire

Gaza after 3 Days of Cease-Fire

The three-day cease-fire, which took effect at 8 a.m. Tuesday August 5, was agreed to late Monday by both Israel and Hamas following talks in Cairo. Egyptian mediators were working to shuttle between Palestinian and Israeli delegations to try to work out an agreement. Israel killed at least 1800 Palestinians and more than 10,000 have […]

Unexpected! Isolated Indian Tribe Contacts World for the First Time

Unexpected! Isolated Indian Tribe Contacts World for the First Time

A few days ago, Brazil’s National Indian Foundation, or FUNAI released a video, shows an isolated Indian tribe’s first contact with civilization in Acre, a state on the border with Peru, and how the Indians interact with a nearby indigenous community. The video (shown below) shows isolated native people wearing loincloths and carrying bows and […]

Pentagon Announces Nearly a Billion Dollars in Weapons Contracts

Pentagon Announces Nearly a Billion Dollars in Weapons Contracts

By: John Vibes, True Activist. This week, the Department of Defense in the United States announced that they would be spending at least a billion dollars, in the coming years, on projects with some of the world’s largest weapons contractors. The contracts were announced in two separate press releases, with one coming on Monday night, […]

New species of metal-munching plant found in Philippines

New species of metal-munching plant found in Philippines

Scientists in the Philippines have discovered a plant that can absorb large amounts of metal without itself being poisoned, a species called the Rinorea niccolifera, that can be used to clean up polluted soils and harvest commercially viable metals. The plant is one of only 450 species, known as hyperaccumulator plants, of 300,000 known vascular […]

Hunting ban: rich tourists welcome, tribal people starve

Hunting ban: rich tourists welcome, tribal people starve

By: Sophie McAdam, True Activist. It may sound like an April fool´s joke, but sadly Botswana´s treatment of its indigenous Bushmen is no laughing matter. The African state recently passed a law banning hunting- unless you are a wealthy foreigner looking for a trophy kill. President Khama´s blanket prohibition on subsistence hunting has devastated the […]