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Ellen Pao’s Statement On Losing The Kleiner Perkins Case: “The Battle Was Worth It”

Ellen Pao’s Statement On Losing The Kleiner Perkins Case: “The Battle Was Worth It”

TECHCRUNCH | on Fri, Mar 27, 7:55 PM

 Directly after the jury announced its final verdict in Ellen Pao Vs. Kleiner Perkins Caufield, in which it ruled against all four of Pao’s claims of gender discrimination and retaliation, Pao held a very short press conference at San...
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on Fri Mar 27 4:24 PM

A Tanzanian Safari--and Our New Masai Friends | Gerald Eskenazi

HUFFINGTON POST

Anyone who has traveled widely remembers a moment that seems to define a trip: *In Rio, it was a trio of young musicians singing "The Girl From Ipanema" while my wife and I were on that very beach. *In Jordan, it was riding on the back of a...
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on Fri Mar 27 1:54 PM

African Countries Move to Counter Trade in Albino Body Parts

VOICE OF AMERICA

The United Nations human rights office reports political action is growing in Tanzania, Malawi, and Burundi to clamp down on the horrific trade in albino body parts. While welcoming these moves, the agency says much work and commitment will be...
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on Thu Mar 26 8:46 PM

Earliest humans had diverse range of body types, just as we do today -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

New research harnessing fragmentary fossils suggests our genus has come in different shapes and sizes since its origins over two million years ago, and adds weight to the idea that humans began to colonize Eurasia while still small and lightweight.
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on Thu Mar 26 8:39 PM

Australia farewells former PM Malcolm Fraser at state funeral

THE TELEGRAPH

Hundreds gather to pay respects to former conservative prime minister, who came to power in 1975 with Australia's greatest constitutional crisis
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on Thu Mar 26 6:01 PM

Drip, drip, drip: Tanzania farmers learn to defeat drought

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

Drip irrigation systems, introduced to help with worsening drought, are restoring harvests, building resilience to erratic weather, and saving time.
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on Thu Mar 26 3:31 PM

UN cuts DR Congo peacekeeping force by 2,000

AL JAZEERA

Security Council unanimously approve a drawdown in the 20,000-strong MONUSCO force, the UN's biggest peace operation.
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on Thu Mar 26 1:03 PM

Top 15 Travel Spots for 2015 | Chris Lopinto

HUFFINGTON POST

The New York Times Travel Show always proves to be an entertaining and efficient way to sift through the morass of clutter generated by the travel industry. This past January, I made it a point to attend some of the seminars offered, including two...
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on Thu Mar 26 9:09 AM

Tanzania Condemned for Violence Against Maasai

ALL AFRICA

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Any views expressed in this article are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters Foundation.
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on Thu Mar 26 8:00 AM

9 Things Only People With Albinism Would Understand

LIFEHACK

If you or a loved one suffers from albinism, you can be sure that you will have come across ignorance,...The post 9 Things Only People With Albinism Would Understand appeared first on Lifehack.
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