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on Sat Apr 19 11:19 AM

Science doesn’t disprove God: Where Richard Dawkins and new atheists go wrong

SALON

Richard Dawkins and the new atheists suggest human consciousness can be cloned in a lab. But they can't prove it
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on Sat Apr 19 11:00 AM

Science doesn’t disprove God: Where Richard Dawkins and new atheists go wrong

SALON

Richard Dawkins and the new atheists suggest human consciousness can be cloned in a lab. But they can't prove it
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on Fri Apr 18 12:35 PM

Top 10 Places to Unplug | Cheapflights

HUFFINGTON POST

Earth Day is the celebration of the environmental protection movement and an annual reminder to appreciate and care for our planet. In reality, we often feel the need to make a conscious effort to distance ourselves from our daily lives and...
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on Fri Apr 18 9:00 AM

Corporate Social Responsibility: Should It Be A Law?

FORBES

India is the first country to have corporate social responsibility (CSR) legislation, mandating that companies give 2 percent of their net profits to charitable causes.
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on Fri Apr 18 5:36 AM

Induced and Forced Repatriation Is Ongoing in Kenya

ALL AFRICA

[Fahamu]Refugees in Kenya are often the victims of inhumane and illegal treatment by the government. Activists must work with the government to abolish the practice of forcible repatriation and to improve the pathetic conditions in refugee camps.
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on Fri Apr 18 12:02 AM

Africans among the most morally opposed to contraception

WORLDWIDE RELIGIOUS NEWS

Michael Lipka ("Pew Research Center," April 16, 2014) Speaking to bishops from Tanzania last week, Pope Francis praised church workers in Africa “who strive diligently to educate people in the area of sexual responsibility and...
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on Fri Apr 18 12:01 AM

Kenya’s Wide Net Against Terror Sweeps Up Refugees

NEW YORK TIMES

Thousands of undocumented refugees, immigrants and Kenyan citizens have been arrested, with a sprawling stadium in Nairobi turned into a police station to hold large numbers of them.
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on Thu Apr 17 5:46 PM

Paul Theroux – Intelligent Travel

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

Paul Theroux has been charming readers--and rooting out surprising adventures in far-flung places--for more than half a century. Known for his fondness for train travel, love-hate relationship with Africa, and finesse with language, the veteran...
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on Thu Apr 17 4:51 AM

Rescuers Scramble to Find Missing in S. Korea Ferry Disaster

VOICE OF AMERICA

Rescue efforts in South Korea have entered a second day, as rescuers try to save nearly 300 people, mostly high school students, who remain missing after a passenger ferry capsized and sank. At least nine people were killed and 179 rescued, among...
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on Wed Apr 16 6:30 PM

Keeping fossil fuel in the ground, this land is not your land

DAILYKOS

Moorhen and babies. Many of the dozens of environmentally related posts that appear at Daily Kos each week don't attract the attention they deserve. So, more than seven years ago, a new feature was launched to highlight those diaries. Initially...
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