Chalk Back: Kenyan women fight back against street harassment

Using chalk and markers, women and girls in Nairobi document their experiences of street harassment.
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What unites us: 10 reasons why we're not a divided nation

The issues, people and foods that win the backing of most British people.
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Otto & Astrid’s Rock n Roll Explosion, 4pm Sunday Dec 15

Brunswick Picture House — are you ready to speak dance? Fans of Spinal Tap and Flight of the Conchords, say “Hallo!” to your new favourite band. Dysfunctional brother sister duo, Otto & Astrid, from the cult band Die Roten Punkte are coming to thunder through a night of their hits. And misses. Otto & Astrid’s Rock n Roll Explosion Brunswick Picture House 4pm-5pm, Sunday 15 December Tickets available online For those of you unlucky enough to not yet be familiar with Berlin’s Prince and Princess o...
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Making Ethiopia green again

Ethiopia has lost most of its trees, making it vulnerable to longer droughts and intense bursts of rain.
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Saudi Arabia ends gender segregation in restaurants

It had previously been mandatory to have one entrance for families and women, and another for men.
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The Employment Law Footnote to Local Television Icon Denise D’Ascenzo’s Amazing Career

As someone who grew up in Connecticut and watched Channel 3 news religiously (at least before the internet), Denise D’Ascenzo, the local news anchor who passed away suddenly on Saturday, was one of a kind.  She was professional, authoritative, knowledgeable, and humble. I loved watching her both on the news and during the yearly Muscular Dystrophy telethons that she and weatherman Hilton Kaderli used to host every Labor Day. I didn’t know her other than meeting briefly at a local event or two, b...
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2020 Pet Holidays Are Here!

It’s so hard to believe that 2020 is right around the corner! We just finished updating our Pet Holiday Calendar page here on DogTipper with 2020 dates. You’ll see a few holidays with TBA dates; we’re still finalizing a few holidays that don’t always take place on the same day each year. We’re hoping to ... Read More about 2020 Pet Holidays Are Here! This post first appeared in Link to original post: 2020 Pet Holidays Are Here!
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In pictures: Hong Kong unrest

Anti-government protests in Hong Kong, which have been ongoing since early June, were initially sparked by strong opposition to a proposed extradition bill.
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GLOCK: Something Big Is Coming – December 10th 2019

We are days away from the Something Big Is Coming GLOCK live event on December 10th, 2019 and speculation is running wild. Appalachian Mountain Club-esque image teasers bring to mind exploration, trailblazing and adventure. Personally, I’ve heard some fantastically wild guesses ranging from a polymer 1911 and a new line of revolvers to a lever-action […] Read More … The post GLOCK: Something Big Is Coming – December 10th 2019 appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
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General Election 2019: Will there be checks on goods entering NI?

Boris Johnson has claimed only goods passing through on their way to the Irish Republic would be checked.
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'Bhopal’s tragedy has not stopped': the urban disaster still claiming lives 35 years on

The Union Carbide factory explosion remains the world’s worst industrial accident – but as its dreadful legacy becomes increasingly apparent, victims are still waiting for justice The residents of JP Nagar have no way to escape their ghosts. This ramshackle neighbourhood, on the outskirts of the Indian city of Bhopal, stands just metres away from the chemical factory which exploded just after midnight on 2 December 1984 and seeped poison into their lives forever. The blackened ruins of the Union...
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Sonia Kinsella: GAA provides 'escape' from cancer battle

Ulster GAA's coach of the year Sonia Kinsella says training "helps lift the worry" of cancer.
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New Therapies Help Patients With Dementia Cope With Depression

Many patients with cognitive impairment have anxiety or depression, but standard treatments are difficult for people with memory issues.
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