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The Holocaust’s long reach: Trauma is passed on to survivors’ children
IAN BROWN
The Globe and Mail
Published Friday, Apr. 03, 2015 5:36PM EDT
Last updated Saturday, Apr. 04, 2015 11:17PM EDT

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/the-...e23793425/
Egypt's Christians flee Sinai amid Islamic State killing spree

Christian families and students fled Egypt's North Sinai province in droves on Friday after Islamic State killed the seventh member of their community in just three weeks.

A Reuters reporter saw 25 families gathered with their belongings in the Suez Canal city of Ismailia's Evangelical Church and church officials said 100 families, out of around 160 in North Sinai, were fleeing. More than 200 students studying in Arish, the province's capital, have also left.

Seven Christians have been killed in Arish between Jan. 30 and Thursday. Islamic State, which is waging an insurgency there, claimed responsibility for the killings, five of which were shootings. One man was beheaded and another set on fire.

"I am not going to wait for death," Rami Mina, who left Arish on Friday morning, said by telephone. "I shut down my restaurant and got out of there. These people are ruthless."

Sectarian attacks occur often in Egypt but are usually confined to home burning, crop razing, attacks on churches, and forced displacement.

Arish residents said militants circulated death lists online and on the streets, warning Christians to leave or die.

"My father is the second name on their list; anyone Christian they put on the list" Munir Adel, a vegetable seller who fled on Friday, said as he huddled with four family members at the Evangelical Church, waiting for church officials to find them a place to stay.

Adel's parents did not leave Arish because of their old age, he said. "They could be killed at any moment."


http://www.reuters.com/article/us-egypt-...SKBN1632BF


^ they are so desperate to regain their edgy status that they are resorting to cannibalism as the ultimate shock factor

oh boi
MSM is dead. They don't work if no one bothers to watch or listen anymore, and that's happening right before our very eyes.

They'd know they were dead already if they didn't suck so bad at news. It will take them a while to catch on.

I look forward to the slow, pathetic decay of their hold on people. It will be fun to watch!
https://www.rt.com/news/382619-plane-cra...zon-tribe/

Airline to pay $1.3mn to Amazonian tribe over ‘spiritual damage’ from 2006 plane crash
What the hell is an amazonian tribe going to do with money? It's going to ruin them is what it's going to do
they know about the modern world and wear semi modern clothes

the village chief is wearing a western style dress shirt lol. dude can probably upgrade to a brioni suit next

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Cheerios cereal brand is under fire for sending out billions of potentially disease-spreading seeds in an attempt to help save bees from extinction.

The brand recently announced that it would mail out free wildflower seeds as part of its "Save the Bees" campaign.

The seeds, once planted, were meant to provide more nectar for the declining bee population.

As of Friday, Cheerios had sent out 1.5 billion seeds, according to General Mills, which owns the cereal brand.

There's one problem with Cheerios' charitable effort, however: some of the wildflower species included in the packet of seeds can do serious damage to various ecosystems across the US, reports Lifehacker.

The packets contain more than 20 species of seeds, including some that are banned in certain states because they can "take up all the space and use up all the resources" and "spread disease" that could be detrimental to plants and humans, an ecologist told Lifehacker.

For example, the packets contain California poppy seeds that are listed as an "invasive exotic pest plant" in the Southeast, according to Lifehacker.

In response to the article, Cheerios said none of the seed varieties in the packets are considered invasive and that all of them are already available at retailers across the US.

"General Mills worked with Veseys Seeds and their experts on this program," the company said in a statement. "It has been field-tested and is known to attract honey bees, bumble bees, and other native bees such as mining bees, leaf cutter bees, sweet bees and long-horned bees."

Cheerios has also been responding to concerned consumers on Facebook.

http://www.iflscience.com/plants-and-ani...massively/
Without bees we won't have to worry about any plants taking over anything.
Updated 4:56 pm, Monday, May 22, 2017



SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A botulism outbreak linked to contaminated nacho-cheese dip sold at a Northern California gas station has killed one man and left at least nine other people hospitalized, health officials said Monday.

The San Francisco County coroner's office identified the dead man as Martin Galindo-Larios Jr., 37.

Matt Conens, a spokesman for the California Department of Public Health, declined to release further information on the death, the current condition of the other victims, or the status and extent of the investigation into the outbreak, discovered by early this month.



Family members of Galindo-Larios did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment. An online fundraising page said he was married and the father of two small children.

Tests confirmed the botulism toxin in nacho-cheese dip sold at a gas station in the Sacramento suburb of Walnut Grove, the state health agency said in a statement.

The agency said last week the container and cheese dip were removed May 5, and that authorities believe the contamination posed no further risk to the public.



Conens declined to disclose whether the gas station involved was still open, and whether authorities were examining if the contamination may have originated from the factory making the dip.

Botulism, a comparatively rare kind of food poisoning, can lead to paralysis, breathing difficulty and sometimes death. Survivors often are forced to spend weeks or months on ventilators to help them breathe.
barnes and noble stock hitting new lows
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