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examiner.com
Duck-billed wildebeest bewilders scientistsPrehistoric animals can look pretty darned weird. Now scientists report the dis
Duck-billed wildebeest bewilders scientists
examiner.com / Posted 3 hours ago
Prehistoric animals can look pretty darned weird. Now scientists report the discovery of several really strange fossilized skulls of ancient duck-billed wildebeest on Kenya's Rusinga Island, that suggest its nose looked very similar to the... Read more
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examiner.com
Study finds global inequity in climate changeThe major problems caused by man-made climate change impact the regions of the
Study finds global inequity in climate change
examiner.com / Posted 13 hours ago
The major problems caused by man-made climate change impact the regions of the Earth that are the not likely to pollute and are not financially capable of defending themselves from the effects of climate change. Researchers from the University of... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Two major parties to block cars from bridgeThe current Victoria Bridge is one of the city's busiest bus thoroughfares. Ph
Two major parties to block cars from bridge
Brisbane Times / Posted 23 hours ago
The current Victoria Bridge is one of the city's busiest bus thoroughfares. Photo: Harrison Saragossi Two of the three major parties contesting the Brisbane City Council election have pledged to close the Victoria Bridge to all car traffic,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Jeni WhalanTelevision Australia Wide The Killing Season Planet America Arts & Culture
Jeni Whalan
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Television Australia Wide The Killing Season Planet America Arts & Culture Corrections & Clarifications Religion & Ethics The Weather Man Antony Green's Election Blog Dr is a Senior Lecturer in Peace and Conflict... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
We must not give up on Syrian peace talks Photo:With UN special envoy for Syria, Staffan De Mistura, suspending peace t
We must not give up on Syrian peace talks
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Photo:With UN special envoy for Syria, Staffan De Mistura, suspending peace talks in Syria, it is easy to be pessimistic about successful negotiations. (AFP: Fabrice Coffrini) It's easy to be sceptical of... Read more
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Science Daily
Ancient wildebeest-like animal shared 'bizarre' feature with dinosaur"The nasal dome is a completely new structure for mammals-- it doesn't look lik
Ancient wildebeest-like animal shared 'bizarre' feature with dinosaur
Science Daily / Posted yesterday
"The nasal dome is a completely new structure for mammals-- it doesn't look like anything you could see in an animal that's alive today," says Haley O'Brien of Ohio University, Athens. "The closest example would be hadrosaur dinosaurs with... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Prince hoping reign as rhythmic queen can get her to RioAS A young Danielle Prince was about to try her hand - and numerous other body
Prince hoping reign as rhythmic queen can get her to Rio
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
AS A young Danielle Prince was about to try her hand - and numerous other body parts - at rhythmic gymnastics, those seemingly in the know had wondered if the sport had already passed her by. She was only 11, but the concern was she would be... Read more
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Northern Star
Prince hoping reign as rhythmic queen can get her to RioAS A young Danielle Prince was about to try her hand - and numerous other body
Prince hoping reign as rhythmic queen can get her to Rio
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
AS A young Danielle Prince was about to try her hand - and numerous other body parts - at rhythmic gymnastics, those seemingly in the know had wondered if the sport had already passed her by. She was only 11, but the concern was she would be... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Prince hoping reign as rhythmic queen can get her to RioAS A young Danielle Prince was about to try her hand - and numerous other body
Prince hoping reign as rhythmic queen can get her to Rio
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
AS A young Danielle Prince was about to try her hand - and numerous other body parts - at rhythmic gymnastics, those seemingly in the know had wondered if the sport had already passed her by. She was only 11, but the concern was she would be... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Prince hoping reign as rhythmic queen can get her to RioAS A young Danielle Prince was about to try her hand - and numerous other body
Prince hoping reign as rhythmic queen can get her to Rio
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
AS A young Danielle Prince was about to try her hand - and numerous other body parts - at rhythmic gymnastics, those seemingly in the know had wondered if the sport had already passed her by. She was only 11, but the concern was she would be... Read more
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Queensland Times
Prince hoping reign as rhythmic queen can get her to RioAS A young Danielle Prince was about to try her hand - and numerous other body
Prince hoping reign as rhythmic queen can get her to Rio
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
AS A young Danielle Prince was about to try her hand - and numerous other body parts - at rhythmic gymnastics, those seemingly in the know had wondered if the sport had already passed her by. She was only 11, but the concern was she would be... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Prince hoping reign as rhythmic queen can get her to RioAS A young Danielle Prince was about to try her hand - and numerous other body
Prince hoping reign as rhythmic queen can get her to Rio
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
AS A young Danielle Prince was about to try her hand - and numerous other body parts - at rhythmic gymnastics, those seemingly in the know had wondered if the sport had already passed her by. She was only 11, but the concern was she would be... Read more
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News Mail
Prince hoping reign as rhythmic queen can get her to RioAS A young Danielle Prince was about to try her hand - and numerous other body
Prince hoping reign as rhythmic queen can get her to Rio
News Mail / Posted yesterday
AS A young Danielle Prince was about to try her hand - and numerous other body parts - at rhythmic gymnastics, those seemingly in the know had wondered if the sport had already passed her by. She was only 11, but the concern was she would be... Read more
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Japan Today
Long-term marijuana use tied to worse verbal memory in middle age ‹ Japan TodayAs marijuana becomes more accessible to young and old alike in the U.S., resear
Long-term marijuana use tied to worse verbal memory in middle age ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted yesterday
As marijuana becomes more accessible to young and old alike in the U.S., researchers warn that long-term use of the drug may cause lasting harm to at least one type of brain function. A new study based on following thousands of young adults into... Read more
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PhysOrg
Ancient wildebeest-like animal shared 'bizarre' feature with dinosaurAn artist's interpretation of Rusingoryx atopocranion on the Late Pleistocene p
Ancient wildebeest-like animal shared 'bizarre' feature with dinosaur
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
An artist's interpretation of Rusingoryx atopocranion on the Late Pleistocene plains of what is now Rusinga Island, Lake Victoria. Scientists have found many links between Rusingoryx and hadrosaur dinosaurs -- particularly the large, hollow dome that... Read more
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Queensland Times
Citizen of the Year award a humbling experienceGATTON resident Mark Hohenhaus has credited his family after being given the Lo
Citizen of the Year award a humbling experience
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
GATTON resident Mark Hohenhaus has credited his family after being given the Lockyer Valley Region's top citizen's award. The Lockyer Valley Citizen of the Year award was a recognition Mark never expected to receive and said he was surprised to be... Read more
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Queensland Country Life
Grow Queensland2016 Queensland Shows Conference | Photos People travelled from all over the s
Grow Queensland
Queensland Country Life / Posted 2 days ago
2016 Queensland Shows Conference | Photos People travelled from all over the state to attend the 2016 Queensland Shows Conference at the University of Queensland Gatton campus. A highlight was the shows awards presented at a cocktail party. Photos:... Read more
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Perth Now
The hidden effect of virus panicCould the Zika virus have an effect on the birthrate? FEARS the Zika virus is
The hidden effect of virus panic
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
Could the Zika virus have an effect on the birthrate? FEARS the Zika virus is continuing to spread at an alarming rate has prompted some governments to go to the extreme. After the World Health Organisation declared the mosquito-borne virus, which... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The hidden effect of virus panicCould the Zika virus have an effect on the birthrate? FEARS the Zika virus is
The hidden effect of virus panic
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Could the Zika virus have an effect on the birthrate? FEARS the Zika virus is continuing to spread at an alarming rate has prompted some governments to go to the extreme. After the World Health Organisation declared the mosquito-borne virus, which... Read more
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Northern Star
New recruits fly high in the RAAF for gap year.IN 2014, a rigorous Australian Defence Force selection process saw Higher Schoo
New recruits fly high in the RAAF for gap year.
Northern Star / Posted 2 days ago
IN 2014, a rigorous Australian Defence Force selection process saw Higher School Certificate graduates from across Australia choose an Australian Defence Force Gap Year Pathway. Of the 4000 plus applicants, 260 were chosen to participate in the GAP... Read more
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iTWire
StorageCraft picks NextDCStorageCraft is now offering locally hosted backup and disaster recovery servic
StorageCraft picks NextDC
iTWire / Posted 3 days ago
StorageCraft is now offering locally hosted backup and disaster recovery services built on its ShadowProtect software and operating from the NextDC S1 data centre in Sydney. StorageCraft Cloud Services provides instant failover to fully virtualised... Read more
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MLive.com
Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris to 'transition out' after DuPont mergerMIDLAND, MI — The chief executive officer of Dow Chemical Co. plans to "transit
Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris to 'transition out' after DuPont merger
MLive.com / Posted 3 days ago
MIDLAND, MI — The chief executive officer of Dow Chemical Co. plans to "transition out of the company" in less than two years. Andrew N. Liveris, a 40-year veteran of the Midland-based chemical giant, on Tuesday, Feb. 2, reiterated his plans to step... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Long-term marijuana use tied to worse verbal memory in middle ageAs marijuana becomes more accessible to young and old alike in the U.S., resear
Long-term marijuana use tied to worse verbal memory in middle age
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
As marijuana becomes more accessible to young and old alike in the U.S., researchers warn that long-term use of the drug may cause lasting harm to at least one type of brain function. A new study based on following thousands of young adults into... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
UQ program will help you to solve big challenges in agriculture, health and the environmentDo you like solving complex problems? Research laboratories and companies are
UQ program will help you to solve big challenges in agriculture, health and the environment
Asian Correspondent / Posted 3 days ago
Do you like solving complex problems? Research laboratories and companies are crying out for bioinformaticians, a relatively new career that has developed to meet the need for analysing big data sets in biological fields from cancer research to... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Long-term pot use linked to reduced middle-age verbal memory, study saysAs marijuana becomes more accessible to young and old alike in the U.S., resear
Long-term pot use linked to reduced middle-age verbal memory, study says
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
As marijuana becomes more accessible to young and old alike in the U.S., researchers warn that long-term use of the drug may cause lasting harm to at least one type of brain function. A new study based on following thousands of young adults into... Read more
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Northern Star
"Dutch Einstein" makes stunning silver discoveryIF NECESSITY is the mother of invention then it is no surprise that this 78-yea
"Dutch Einstein" makes stunning silver discovery
Northern Star / Posted 4 days ago
IF NECESSITY is the mother of invention then it is no surprise that this 78-year-old from One Mile has turned his talents to solving problems. Hans Laroo knows what the word struggle means - having survived extreme malnourishment during the... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
"Dutch Einstein" makes stunning silver discoveryIF NECESSITY is the mother of invention then it is no surprise that this 78-yea
"Dutch Einstein" makes stunning silver discovery
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
IF NECESSITY is the mother of invention then it is no surprise that this 78-year-old from One Mile has turned his talents to solving problems. Hans Laroo knows what the word struggle means - having survived extreme malnourishment during the... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
"Dutch Einstein" makes stunning silver discoveryIF NECESSITY is the mother of invention then it is no surprise that this 78-yea
"Dutch Einstein" makes stunning silver discovery
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 4 days ago
IF NECESSITY is the mother of invention then it is no surprise that this 78-year-old from One Mile has turned his talents to solving problems. Hans Laroo knows what the word struggle means - having survived extreme malnourishment during the... Read more
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News Mail
"Dutch Einstein" makes stunning silver discoveryIF NECESSITY is the mother of invention then it is no surprise that this 78-yea
"Dutch Einstein" makes stunning silver discovery
News Mail / Posted 4 days ago
IF NECESSITY is the mother of invention then it is no surprise that this 78-year-old from One Mile has turned his talents to solving problems. Hans Laroo knows what the word struggle means - having survived extreme malnourishment during the... Read more
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Daily Examiner
"Dutch Einstein" makes stunning silver discoveryIF NECESSITY is the mother of invention then it is no surprise that this 78-yea
"Dutch Einstein" makes stunning silver discovery
Daily Examiner / Posted 4 days ago
IF NECESSITY is the mother of invention then it is no surprise that this 78-year-old from One Mile has turned his talents to solving problems. Hans Laroo knows what the word struggle means - having survived extreme malnourishment during the... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
"Dutch Einstein" makes stunning silver discoveryIF NECESSITY is the mother of invention then it is no surprise that this 78-yea
"Dutch Einstein" makes stunning silver discovery
The Daily Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
IF NECESSITY is the mother of invention then it is no surprise that this 78-year-old from One Mile has turned his talents to solving problems. Hans Laroo knows what the word struggle means - having survived extreme malnourishment during the... Read more
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Queensland Times
“Dutch Einstein” makes stunning silver discoveryIF NECESSITY is the mother of invention then it is no surprise that this 78-yea
“Dutch Einstein” makes stunning silver discovery
Queensland Times / Posted 4 days ago
IF NECESSITY is the mother of invention then it is no surprise that this 78-year-old from One Mile has turned his talents to solving problems. Hans Laroo knows what the word struggle means - having survived extreme malnourishment during the... Read more
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Queensland Times
A force to be reckoned withHIS father played two seasons with the Brisbane Bullets and his mother was a ke
A force to be reckoned with
Queensland Times / Posted 4 days ago
HIS father played two seasons with the Brisbane Bullets and his mother was a keen basketballer and member of Ipswich Basketball. By the time this year is over, Jaryd Eustace hopes to have replicated both his parents' feats. In a major coup for the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Long-term marijuana use tied to worse verbal memory in middle age(Reuters Health) - As marijuana becomes more accessible to young and old alike
Long-term marijuana use tied to worse verbal memory in middle age
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 4 days ago
(Reuters Health) - As marijuana becomes more accessible to young and old alike in the U.S., researchers warn that long-term use of the drug may cause lasting harm to at least one type of brain function. A new study based on following thousands of... Read more
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Medical News Today
What's that word again? Marijuana use linked with worse verbal memoryTo be fair, marijuana use is not typically associated with a stellar vocabulary
What's that word again? Marijuana use linked with worse verbal memory
Medical News Today / Posted 4 days ago
To be fair, marijuana use is not typically associated with a stellar vocabulary - at least not as portrayed in popular "stoner" films such as Fast Times at Ridgemont High or Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure. But researchers who set out to study the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Inside the life of a sugar babySeeking Arrangement: Inside the life of a $75k-a-year sugar baby | DailyTelegra
Inside the life of a sugar baby
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
Seeking Arrangement: Inside the life of a $75k-a-year sugar baby | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SeekingArrangement.com connects ‘sugar babies’ with ‘sugar... Read more
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Perth Now
‘You have to give him anything’SeekingArrangement.com connects ‘sugar babies’ with ‘sugar daddies’. “LOLA” is
‘You have to give him anything’
Perth Now / Posted 5 days ago
SeekingArrangement.com connects ‘sugar babies’ with ‘sugar daddies’. “LOLA” is a 19-year-old uni student. Her “boyfriend” is a 51-year-old who runs a successful Perth consulting business. He paid her $75,000 last year. Lola is one of a growing... Read more
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News.com.au
‘You have to give him anything’: The life of a $75k-year sugar babySeekingArrangement.com connects ‘sugar babies’ with ‘sugar daddies’. “LOLA” is
‘You have to give him anything’: The life of a $75k-year sugar baby
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
SeekingArrangement.com connects ‘sugar babies’ with ‘sugar daddies’. “LOLA” is a 19-year-old uni student. Her “boyfriend” is a 51-year-old who runs a successful Perth consulting business. He paid her $75,000 last year. Lola is one of a growing... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘You have to give him anything’SeekingArrangement.com connects ‘sugar babies’ with ‘sugar daddies’. “LOLA” is
‘You have to give him anything’
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
SeekingArrangement.com connects ‘sugar babies’ with ‘sugar daddies’. “LOLA” is a 19-year-old uni student. Her “boyfriend” is a 51-year-old who runs a successful Perth consulting business. He paid her $75,000 last year. Lola is one of a growing... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Truth is never a matter of opinionSome wrong ideas are innocuous, but others can do the world serious harm. The
Truth is never a matter of opinion
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Some wrong ideas are innocuous, but others can do the world serious harm. The earth is flat? Yeah right. Photo / Chris Callinan Belief in a flat Earth seems a bit like the attempt to eradicate polio- just when you think it's gone, a pocket of... Read more
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Science Daily
Intact nature offers best defense against climate changeThe paper, "Intact ecosystems provide the best defense against climate change,"
Intact nature offers best defense against climate change
Science Daily / Posted 7 days ago
The paper, "Intact ecosystems provide the best defense against climate change," published in Nature Climate Change, discusses how certain adaptation strategies may have a negative impact on nature which in turn will impact people in the... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Region ready to fight Zika virus amidst mozzie seasonA GROUP that started at the University of Queensland could soon be at the foref
Region ready to fight Zika virus amidst mozzie season
The Daily Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
A GROUP that started at the University of Queensland could soon be at the forefront of stopping a global outbreak of mosquito- borne Zika virus, which causes birth defects. The virus has now been detected in 23 countries and the World Health... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Zika virus set to reach Australia but can be contained swiftly, say expertsThe Zika virus is likely to reach Australia through a return traveller at some
Zika virus set to reach Australia but can be contained swiftly, say experts
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
The Zika virus is likely to reach Australia through a return traveller at some stage, experts say, but there is hope it will be swiftly contained if it does arrive. The Zika virus spreading "explosively" through the Americas is likely to reach... Read more
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WA Today
Australia, the Zika virus and why we need to keep exotic mosquitoes outAn Aedes albopictus female mosquito feeding on a human blood meal. Photo: Jame
Australia, the Zika virus and why we need to keep exotic mosquitoes out
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
An Aedes albopictus female mosquito feeding on a human blood meal. Photo: James Gathany The Zika virus spreading "explosively" through the Americas is likely to reach Australia through a return traveller at some stage, experts say, but there is... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Australia, the Zika virus and why we need to keep exotic mosquitoes outAn Aedes albopictus female mosquito feeding on a human blood meal. Photo: Jame
Australia, the Zika virus and why we need to keep exotic mosquitoes out
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
An Aedes albopictus female mosquito feeding on a human blood meal. Photo: James Gathany The Zika virus spreading "explosively" through the Americas is likely to reach Australia through a return traveller at some stage, experts say, but there is... Read more
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The Border Mail
What's the Zika virus, and why should Australia worry about it?A global health warning says the frightening Zika virus could infect millions o
What's the Zika virus, and why should Australia worry about it?
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
A global health warning says the frightening Zika virus could infect millions of people this year. But is it likely to be a threat here? Here's what you need to know. Could the Zika virus spread to Australia? Experts say the frightening... Read more
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Aljazeera
UN: Lack of accountability drives sex abuse in CARThe lack of accountability and corrective action by member states on UN troops
UN: Lack of accountability drives sex abuse in CAR
Aljazeera / Posted 7 days ago
The lack of accountability and corrective action by member states on UN troops who commit sexual violence in conflict zones has created a culture of impunity, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has said. Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein's... Read more
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Manning River Times
What's the Zika virus, and why should Australia worry about it?A global health warning says the frightening Zika virus could infect millions o
What's the Zika virus, and why should Australia worry about it?
Manning River Times / Posted 7 days ago
A global health warning says the frightening Zika virus could infect millions of people this year. But is it likely to be a threat here? Here's what you need to know. Could the Zika virus spread to Australia? Experts say the frightening... Read more
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New Kerala
Best defense against climate change is...Washington D.C, Jan 29 : Intact nature offers the best defense against the clim
Best defense against climate change is...
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
Washington D.C, Jan 29 : Intact nature offers the best defense against the climate change, according to a recent study. The study conducted by CSIRO, Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and the University of Queensland found that worldwide responses... Read more
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The Age
Australia, the Zika virus and why we need to keep exotic mosquitoes outAn Aedes albopictus female mosquito feeding on a human blood meal. Photo: Jame
Australia, the Zika virus and why we need to keep exotic mosquitoes out
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
An Aedes albopictus female mosquito feeding on a human blood meal. Photo: James Gathany The Zika virus spreading "explosively" through the Americas is likely to reach Australia through a return traveller at some stage, experts say, but there is... Read more
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