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Contamination of people and the environment

Living with radioactivity - Measures, maps and standards

Living with radioactivity - Measures, maps and standards

Fukushima reactor cooling system suspended: Kyodo - MarketWatch

Fukushima reactor cooling system suspended: Kyodo - MarketWatch

Militarising education in Israeli schools - Features - Al Jazeera English

Militarising education in Israeli schools - Features - Al Jazeera English

Against all odds: Indian boxer Mary Kom - Central & South Asia - Al Jazeera English

Against all odds: Indian boxer Mary Kom - Central & South Asia - Al Jazeera English

Knowing the damage that boxing inflicts on the brain we should ban such antiquated vile and violent "sport".

Julian Assange statement on political asylum application - video | Media | guardian.co.uk

Julian Assange statement on political asylum application - video | Media | guardian.co.uk

Official in radiation suit tests dog in Japan - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Official in radiation suit tests dog in Japan - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Fukushima radiation sizzling at 10 sieverts in flooded basement of unit 1 | The Japan Times Online

Fukushima radiation sizzling at 10 sieverts in flooded basement of unit 1 | The Japan Times Online

What is the Higgs boson? | Science | guardian.co.uk

What is the Higgs boson? | Science | guardian.co.uk: Physicists are set to announce the latest results from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), but what exactly is the Higgs boson, why do people call it the 'god particle' and what would its discovery mean for physics?

Julian Assange remains at embassy after failing to report to police | Media | guardian.co.uk

Julian Assange remains at embassy after failing to report to police | Media | guardian.co.uk: "WikiLeaks founder is accused of rape and indecency in Sweden, but says extradition would lead to him facing trial in the US"

U.S. Genius visa attracts entrepreneurs and Playmates | Reuters

U.S. Genius visa attracts entrepreneurs and Playmates | Reuters: (Reuters) - "Shera Bechard, the Canadian-born former girlfriend of Playboy Enterprises founder Hugh Hefner, would not be an obvious candidate for the special visas that the U.S. government reserves for "individuals with extraordinary ability.""

IRS steps up scrutiny of tax-exempt political groups | Reuters

IRS steps up scrutiny of tax-exempt political groups | Reuters: (Reuters) - "The U.S. Internal Revenue Service is signaling that it will increase its scrutiny of tax-exempt political organizations, which are becoming a force in elections by raising tens of millions of dollars from undisclosed donors."

Bank rate rigging scandal widens; Diamond fights on | Reuters

Bank rate rigging scandal widens; Diamond fights on | Reuters: (Reuters) - "A scandal over the rigging of key interest rates could create a legal morass that may hamper the global banking industry for years, analysts said, as the head of Barclays (BARC.L) fought to hold onto his job."

Analysis: Why Roberts saved Obama's healthcare law | Reuters

Analysis: Why Roberts saved Obama's healthcare law | Reuters: (Reuters) - "In the end, it all came down to Chief Justice John Roberts, the sphinx in the center chair, who in a stunning decision wove together competing rationales to uphold President Barack Obama's healthcare plan."

And in the end people will elect to pay the fine because the monthly payments of the health plans will be too expensive for most of the people without insurance.

Morsi wins Egypt's presidential election - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

Morsi wins Egypt's presidential election - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

Progress made at Fukushima nuclear plant - Video Dailymotion

Progress made at Fukushima nuclear plant - Video Dailymotion

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison buys Hawaiian island | World news | guardian.co.uk

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison buys Hawaiian island | World news | guardian.co.uk: "Billionaire buys 98% of Hawaii's sixth-largest island of Lanai for sum reported to be around $600m"

$600,000,000 to get closer to Fukushima and its radiation.

Bradley Manning lawyers accuse prosecutors of misleading judge | World news | guardian.co.uk

Bradley Manning lawyers accuse prosecutors of misleading judge | World news | guardian.co.uk: "In a motion ahead of Monday's pre-trial hearing, civilian lawyer says prosecutors are still denying defence access to documents"

Turkey goes to Nato over plane it says Syria downed in international airspace | World news | guardian.co.uk

Turkey goes to Nato over plane it says Syria downed in international airspace | World news | guardian.co.uk: "Foreign minister says Ankara will take incident to Nato and dismisses Syria's claim it did not know plane was Turkish"

Drone strikes threaten 50 years of international law, says UN rapporteur | World news | guardian.co.uk

Drone strikes threaten 50 years of international law, says UN rapporteur | World news | guardian.co.uk

Tahrir Square protests as Egypt awaits result | Reuters

Tahrir Square protests as Egypt awaits result | Reuters: (Reuters) - "Thousands of protesters filled Cairo's Tahrir Square overnight as Egypt's rival presidential candidates, an Islamist and former general, accused each of trying to steal an election whose result is still not known five days after polling ended."

Moody's downgrades 15 banks, Morgan Stanley down two notches | Reuters

Moody's downgrades 15 banks, Morgan Stanley down two notches | Reuters: Reuters) - "Ratings agency Moody's downgraded 15 of the world's biggest banks on Thursday, lowering credit ratings by one to three notches to reflect the risk of losses they face from volatile capital markets activities, but banks criticized the move as backward looking".

U.S. government faulted over risk of pathogens escaping lab | Reuters

U.S. government faulted over risk of pathogens escaping lab | Reuters: (Reuters) - "The Department of Homeland Security underestimates the risk that human error could allow pathogens to escape from a proposed $1 billion lab designed to study lethal animal-borne diseases, a U.S. advisory panel warned on Friday."

Egypt's military ruler orders parliament dissolved | Reuters

Egypt's military ruler orders parliament dissolved | Reuters: (Reuters) - "Egypt's military ruler has ordered the dissolution of parliament, an official said, in line with a court ruling which Islamists who dominate the assembly condemn as a coup by the generals who took charge when Hosni Mubarak was ousted."

Insight: Top heart doctors fret over new blood thinners | Reuters

Insight: Top heart doctors fret over new blood thinners | Reuters: (Reuters) - "For millions of heart patients, a pair of new blood thinners have been heralded as the first replacements in 60 years for warfarin, a pill whose hardships and risks have deterred many from using the stroke-prevention medicine."

"Both new drugs were designed to sidestep risks of warfarin, including brain hemorrhages and other dangerous bleeding, and become mainstays of a new therapeutic market worth at least $10 billion a year. Patients taking warfarin require close monitoring and regular blood tests as well as dietary and lifestyle changes."

Jobless claims up; cooler CPI gives Fed more room | Reuters

Jobless claims up; cooler CPI gives Fed more room | Reuters: (Reuters) - "New claims for state jobless benefits rose for the fifth time in six weeks and consumer prices fell in May, opening the door wider for the U.S. Federal Reserve to help an economy that shows signs of weakening."

This photo is a reuse and suggest that only black people are out of work. In fact here are the numbers: http://www.deptofnumbers.com/unemployment/demographics/ although blacks and hispanic combined represent 25% of unemployed.

Sellafield swallows contaminated by radioactivity | Environment | guardian.co.uk

Sellafield swallows contaminated by radioactivity | Environment | guardian.co.uk: "Birds nesting by the nuclear power plant have traces of radioactivity in their droppings"

Israel PM criticised over flotilla assault - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

Israel PM criticised over flotilla assault - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

A Celtic message to Palestine - Features - Al Jazeera English

A Celtic message to Palestine - Features - Al Jazeera English: "Football fans known for identifying with left-wing Irish causes express solidarity with hunger strikers in Israeli jail."

Egypt decree grants arrest powers to military - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

Egypt decree grants arrest powers to military - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

How California's GM food referendum may change what America eats | Richard Schiffman | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk

How California's GM food referendum may change what America eats | Richard Schiffman | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk: "The vast majority of Americans want genetically modified food labelled. If California passes November's ballot, they could get it"

This would be so fantastic.

IMF chief Christine Lagarde warns world risks triple crisis | Business | guardian.co.uk

IMF chief Christine Lagarde warns world risks triple crisis | Business | guardian.co.uk: "Lagarde says world risks falling incomes, environmental damage and social unrest without more sustainable approach to growth"

Tepco again fails to find leaks at Fukushima plant - NHK WORLD English

NHK WORLD English

Govt. Knew radiation fallout forecast reliable - NHK WORLD English

NHK WORLD English

Curfews in Tunisia after overnight riots - Africa - Al Jazeera English

Curfews in Tunisia after overnight riots - Africa - Al Jazeera English

Israel arrests scores of African migrants - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

Israel arrests scores of African migrants - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

BBC News - In pictures: Moscow's anti-government protest

BBC News - In pictures: Moscow's anti-government protest

BBC News - Three-person IVF 'is ethical' to treat mitochondrial disease

BBC News - Three-person IVF 'is ethical' to treat mitochondrial disease: "A controversial fertility treatment which creates embryos from two women and one man to prevent life-threatening disorders is ethical, a report says."

Out of Israel, back to Africa | Reuters

Out of Israel, back to Africa | Reuters: (Reuters) - "African migrants chosen for deportation from Israel were nervously awaiting a knock on the door or a tap on the shoulder on Tuesday as immigration officials rounded up hundreds for departure flights due to begin at the weekend."

What Is SAR?

What Is SAR?

Tawkon: The Android app that detects radiation spikes | The Download Blog - CNET Download.com

Tawkon: The Android app that detects radiation spikes | The Download Blog - CNET Download.com

Cellphones and radiation: is exposure underestimated? - Los Angeles Times

Cellphones and radiation: is exposure underestimated? - Los Angeles Times

The influence of microwave radiation fr... [Electromagn Biol Med. 2012] - PubMed - NCBI

The influence of microwave radiation fr... [Electromagn Biol Med. 2012] - PubMed - NCBI: "Through this study, we concluded that receiving a certain period of microwave radiation from cellular phones during pregnancy has certain harm on fetal rat brains."

Blowing the whistle on Obama's America - Listening Post - Al Jazeera English

Blowing the whistle on Obama's America - Listening Post - Al Jazeera English

Weak house prices drag U.S. family wealth : Fed | Reuters

Weak house prices drag U.S. family wealth : Fed | Reuters: (Reuters) - "Americans suffered a record decline in wealth between 2007 and 2010 as home values tumbled, according to a Federal Reserve report on Monday that underscored the severity of the recent recession."

It is not only house prices which made family poorer. Low interest rates had a major role in having families with some cash unable to place it in CDs for at a good rate.

Goldman nears hedge fund admin unit sale: source | Reuters

Goldman nears hedge fund admin unit sale: source | Reuters: (Reuters) - "Goldman Sachs (GS.N) is close to signing a deal to sell its hedge fund administration business to U.S. bank State Street Corp (STT.N), a source familiar with the situation said, the latest deal in a sector enjoying growing demand for its back-office services."

BBC News - Trafficked: Sex slaves seduced and sold

BBC News - Trafficked: Sex slaves seduced and sold: "Every year thousands of women are forced into prostitution and traded from Mexico to the United States. The BBC investigates the sex trafficking business, which makes some men very wealthy at the expense of vulnerable young women."

BBC News - Tsunami dock washed up in Oregon

BBC News - Tsunami dock washed up in Oregon

BBC News - Libya unrest: UK envoy's convoy attacked in Benghazi

BBC News - Libya unrest: UK envoy's convoy attacked in Benghazi

Navy drone crashes in Maryland - CNN.com

Navy drone crashes in Maryland - CNN.com: "The vehicles cost $176 million apiece, the Government Accountability Office reported in 2010."

U.S. pulls negotiators from Pakistan, no supply deal | Reuters

U.S. pulls negotiators from Pakistan, no supply deal | Reuters: (Reuters) - "The United States is withdrawing its team of negotiators from Pakistan without securing a long-sought agreement to allow trucks to supply NATO forces in neighboring Afghanistan again, the Pentagon said on Monday."

Russian police search Putin foes' homes before rally | Reuters

Russian police search Putin foes' homes before rally | Reuters: (Reuters) - "Russian police searched opposition leaders' homes on Monday in morning raids intended to disrupt plans for a protest rally against President Vladimir Putin's rule and show he has lost patience with demonstrations that are undermining his authority."

Components of Flame found in Stuxnet virus: expert | Reuters

Components of Flame found in Stuxnet virus: expert | Reuters: (Reuters) - "A leading computer security firm has linked some of the software code in the powerful Flame virus to the Stuxnet cyber weapon, which is believed to have been used by the United States and Israel to attack Iran's nuclear program."

Funny when it is China it is against the law but again the US and Israel are above it all.

Afghan president Karzai: US to cease air strikes on residential areas | World news | guardian.co.uk

Afghan president Karzai: US to cease air strikes on residential areas | World news | guardian.co.uk: "resident says Washington has given Afghanistan commitment after raid that killed 18 civilians in Lognar province last week"

After Gaddafi, Libya splits into disparate militia zones | World news | The Observer

After Gaddafi, Libya splits into disparate militia zones | World news | The Observer: "The rebel strongholds of Benghazi, Misrata and Zintan have become increasingly independent of Tripoli's new regime"

World Naked Bike Ride – in pictures | Life and style | guardian.co.uk

World Naked Bike Ride – in pictures | Life and style | guardian.co.uk: "Cyclists in cities around the world have taken part in the World Naked Bike Ride. Started in 2004, the clothing-optional protest aims to promote cycling as a greener mode of transportation, and encourage a body-positive culture. San Francisco, London, Madrid, Amsterdam and Guadalajara were among the cities that took part this year"

Facebook flotation may have cost UBS $350m | Technology | guardian.co.uk

Facebook flotation may have cost UBS $350m | Technology | guardian.co.uk

Sardine floating belly up in the Chiba prefecture in Japan

千葉・いすみ市の漁港に大量のイワシ打ち上げられ、回収作業(12/06/05) - YouTube:

Tons of dead sardines wash up on Chiba shore ‹ Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion

Tons of dead sardines wash up on Chiba shore ‹ Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion

Rotting Sardines Block Japanese Port | NBC Chicago

Rotting Sardines Block Japanese Port | NBC Chicago

Hold That "Hot" Fukushima Sushi | Common Dreams

Hold That "Hot" Fukushima Sushi | Common Dreams

Jane Austen: A portrait of the artist as a young girl? | Books | The Guardian

Jane Austen: A portrait of the artist as a young girl? | Books | The Guardian: "Analysis points to painting being Jane Austen at 13 and no other professional likeness of the novelist exists"

Japan readies for reopening of nuclear reactors amid safety concerns | World news | guardian.co.uk

Japan readies for reopening of nuclear reactors amid safety concerns | World news | guardian.co.uk: "Prime minister Yoshihiko Noda assures citizens' safety and says reactors must be restarted to boost economy"

Women, children targeted in renewed Congo clashes | Reuters

Women, children targeted in renewed Congo clashes | Reuters: (Reuters) - "Rival armed groups in Congo's eastern provinces are targeting each other's families, killing children, women and the elderly in some of the country's worst violence in years, officials said on Friday."

Insight: Vatican bank-money, mystery and monsignors | Reuters

Insight: Vatican bank-money, mystery and monsignors | Reuters: "The IOR has been accused of everything from helping rich Italians avoid taxes to laundering money for the Mafia and for people who wanted to pay bribes to Italian politicians," Father Tom Reese wrote in his landmark 1996 book "Inside the Vatican".

Stop-and-frisk controversy prompts meeting with justice department | World news | guardian.co.uk

Stop-and-frisk controversy prompts meeting with justice department | World news | guardian.co.uk: "Lawmakers and activists urge action after NYPD's failure to rein in controversial and possibly ineffective policy"

Gay marriage in Washington blocked by opponents pending public vote | World news | guardian.co.uk

Gay marriage in Washington blocked by opponents pending public vote | World news | guardian.co.uk: "Same-sex marriage opponents are forcing a referendum after legislature legalized gay marriage earlier this year"

App allows tracking of New York police stop-and-frisk | Reuters

App allows tracking of New York police stop-and-frisk | Reuters: (Reuters) - "Determined to keep tabs on New York City police officers' "stop-and-frisk" campaign? There's an app for that"

JPMorgan trading loss shows danger in bank size: Volcker | Reuters

JPMorgan trading loss shows danger in bank size: Volcker | Reuters: (Reuters) - "Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker said JPMorgan Chase's recent multibillion-dollar trading loss may show that the nation's largest banks are too big to manage."

Reuters TV | Breakingviews: Nasdaq burned again by Facebook

Reuters TV | Breakingviews: Nasdaq burned again by Facebook

How effective are US drone strikes? - Inside Story Americas - Al Jazeera English

How effective are US drone strikes? - Inside Story Americas - Al Jazeera English

Russian legislators pass protest-fines bill - Europe - Al Jazeera English

Russian legislators pass protest-fines bill - Europe - Al Jazeera English

Knesset rejects bill to legalise settlements - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

Knesset rejects bill to legalise settlements - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

'Afghan civilians killed' in NATO airstrike - Central & South Asia - Al Jazeera English

'Afghan civilians killed' in NATO airstrike - Central & South Asia - Al Jazeera English

Recalls, Market Withdrawals, & Safety Alerts > PHOTO - An Updated Message to our Customers - Recall of South Korea Shellfish

Recalls, Market Withdrawals, & Safety Alerts > PHOTO - An Updated Message to our Customers - Recall of South Korea Shellfish

IPO whisper estimates may be heard after Facebook | Reuters

IPO whisper estimates may be heard after Facebook | Reuters: (Reuters) - "In the aftermath of the Facebook IPO, investor outrage - and lawsuits - have focused on "whisper" estimates of future results that underwriters shared only with some clients."

Would result in 40,000 job losses in the US this year.

On Wall St, few places to hide as jobs ax hovers | Reuters

On Wall St, few places to hide as jobs ax hovers | Reuters: (Reuters) - "Wall Street bankers are bracing for another round of job cuts as a downturn in the global economy cuts into earnings from dealmaking, capital raising and lending."

Promethium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Promethium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "Promethium was first produced and characterized at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in 1945 by the separation and analysis of the fission products of uranium fuel irradiated in a graphite reactor. The discoverers proposed the name "prometheum" (the spelling was subsequently changed), derived from Prometheus, the Titan in Greek mythology, who stole fire from Mount Olympus and brought it down to mankind, to symbolize "both the daring and the possible misuse of mankind's intellect." However, a sample of the metal was made only in 1963.

There are three possible sources for promethium: rare decays of natural (primordial) neodymium (producing promethium-150), europium (promethium-147), and uranium (various isotopes). The most stable isotope, promethium-145, has a very low rate of alpha decay, so that the alpha half-life is long enough for the presence of primordial promethium to be theoretically possible; however, this has not been experimentally confirmed. The only isotope used in industry is promethium-147, which is used (as 147Pm2O3) in radioionizators, light producers, and atomic batteries; the last of these are used in guided missiles. Since natural promethium is exceedingly scarce, the element is typically man-made by bombarding uranium-235 (enriched uranium) with thermal neutrons (for promethium-147)." Wikipedia

Toxic fears in Malaysia over rare earth plant - Asia-pacific - Al Jazeera English

Toxic fears in Malaysia over rare earth plant - Asia-pacific - Al Jazeera English



Rare earth elements check Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rare_earth_element

Chileans learn science through music - Americas - Al Jazeera English

Chileans learn science through music - Americas - Al Jazeera English

Fukushima still feeds lawmakers' concerns for West Coast | news10.net

Fukushima still feeds lawmakers' concerns for West Coast | news10.net

BBC News - African migrants hurt in Jerusalem 'arson attack'

BBC News - African migrants hurt in Jerusalem 'arson attack': "Four African migrants have been hurt in a suspected arson attack on their home in Jerusalem, Israeli police say."

BBC News - Dounreay staff offer advice on Japan's Fukushima

BBC News - Dounreay staff offer advice on Japan's Fukushima: "Efforts to clean up a seabed off Scotland's coast could provide Japan with solutions to dealing with its earthquake-hit Fukushima nuclear plant."

Analysis: In failed JPMorgan hedge, lessons from past missed | Reuters

Analysis: In failed JPMorgan hedge, lessons from past missed | Reuters: (Reuters) - "A well-regarded U.S. lender once lost a tidy sum on derivatives, and Jamie Dimon had to ride to the rescue."

Paul Krugman: 'I'm sick of being Cassandra. I'd like to win for once' | Business | The Guardian

Paul Krugman: 'I'm sick of being Cassandra. I'd like to win for once' | Business | The Guardian: "The American economist has a plan to escape the financial crisis, and it doesn't involve austerity measures or deregulating the banks. But will policy-makers, including our coalition government, heed his advice?"

MF Global trustee sees possible claims vs Corzine | Reuters

MF Global trustee sees possible claims vs Corzine | Reuters: (Reuters) - "The trustee liquidating MF Global Holdings Ltd issued a blistering report on Monday about how former Chief Executive Jon Corzine ran the broker-dealer and said he saw possible civil claims against top executives for breach of duties to customers."

Kuwaiti gets 10 years for Twitter blasphemy | Reuters

Kuwaiti gets 10 years for Twitter blasphemy | Reuters: (Reuters) - "A Kuwaiti man was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Monday after he was convicted of endangering state security by insulting the Prophet Mohammad and the Sunni Muslim rulers of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain on social media."

Insight: From Alabama, an epic challenge to voting rights | Reuters

Insight: From Alabama, an epic challenge to voting rights | Reuters: (Reuters) - "Four years ago, in this small city of gentle hills, tall oaks and nine stoplights, an invisible line was drawn a few miles north of the center of town. It stretched up beyond Highway 22 and looped west across Interstate 65, sweeping in recent housing developments, the brown-brick Concord Baptist Church and a new Wal-Mart. The narrow five-square-mile rectangle enlarged Voting District 2."

Libya armed brigade surrounds Tripoli airport, official says | Reuters

Libya armed brigade surrounds Tripoli airport, official says | Reuters: (Reuters) - "A Libyan militia surrounded Tripoli's international airport on Monday, forcing flights to be diverted to the capital's military airport, a security official said."

This is the result of the US led NATO arming of teenage thugs.

U.S. drone strike kills 15 in northwest Pakistan: officials | Reuters

U.S. drone strike kills 15 in northwest Pakistan: officials | Reuters: (Reuters) - "Rockets fired from a U.S. drone killed 15 people in northwest Pakistan on Monday, intelligence officials said, an attack likely to add to tensions between Washington and Islamabad amid a standoff over NATO supply routes to Afghanistan."

If it had been Bush doing these illegal bombings of sovereign peoples, "wars" not voted on by Congress, all the pseudo liberals would be on the streets; thus Bush did not authorized so many incursions and missile attacks. Therefore, Humanists have more control over a republican president than they have over a pseudo liberal president one who is violating international law and human rights with impunity.

Global slowdown fears hit shares and commodities | Reuters

Global slowdown fears hit shares and commodities | Reuters

Drone wars and state secrecy – how Barack Obama became a hardliner | World news | The Observer

Drone wars and state secrecy – how Barack Obama became a hardliner | World news | The Observer: "He was once a liberal law professor who campaigned against the Iraq war. Now, according to revelations last week, the US president personally oversees a 'kill list' for drone strikes in Yemen and Pakistan. Then there's the CIA renditions, increased surveillance and a crackdown on whistleblowers. No wonder Washington insiders are likening him to 'George W Bush on steroids'"

Analysis: How Morgan Stanley sank to junk pricing | Reuters

Analysis: How Morgan Stanley sank to junk pricing | Reuters: Reuters) - "The bond markets are treating Morgan Stanley like a junk-rated company, and the investment bank's higher borrowing costs could already be putting it at a disadvantage even before an expected ratings downgrade this month."

Job growth trips again, opens door to more Fed moves | Reuters

Job growth trips again, opens door to more Fed moves | Reuters: (Reuters) - "U.S. job growth braked sharply for a third straight month in May and the unemployment rate rose for the first time in nearly a year, raising chances of further monetary stimulus from the Federal Reserve to support the sputtering recovery."

Fukushima Reactor 4 poses massive global risk | CTV News

Fukushima Reactor 4 poses massive global risk | CTV News

Fukushima Nuclear Crisis Update for May 5th – May 31st, 2012 | Greenpeace International

Fukushima Nuclear Crisis Update for May 5th – May 31st, 2012 | Greenpeace International

Japan minister visits nuke plant amid safety worry - AJW by The Asahi Shimbun

Japan minister visits nuke plant amid safety worry - AJW by The Asahi Shimbun

Quebec government's talks with protesting student groups collapse | World news | guardian.co.uk

Quebec government's talks with protesting student groups collapse | World news | guardian.co.uk

Prof Deepak Malhotra - HBS - 2012 Speech to Graduating Harvard MBA Students - YouTube

Prof Deepak Malhotra - HBS - 2012 Speech to Graduating Harvard MBA Students - YouTube: