Activists protest against School of the Americas

Monday, November 22, 2004 FORT BENNING, Georgia — According to the Associated Press, around 16,000 protesters demonstrated outside a Fort Benning, Georgia, military school this weekend, demanding it be closed in connection with accused human rights violations. Indymedia reports 20 people were arrested in acts of nonviolent civil disobedience. Among the crowd were celebrity-actors Martin […]

Edinburgh Building Services wins national award

Friday, March 16, 2007 Edinburgh Building Services (EBS) has won a national excellence award at a gala ceremony held in St Andrews last week (8 March 2007). Promises Into Action, an EBS project, won the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA) award for “Securing a Workforce for the Future”. This award follows an innovative cultural […]

A Fence Company In St Paul Helps Property Owners Keep Animals Out Of Gardens

More Detail Here: Largest Mining Machine byadmin A Fence Company in St Paul can help property owners who need to secure their vegetable gardens against intruders. Those intruders aren’t of the human variety, but rather critters like squirrels, chipmunks, rabbits, raccoons, and even deer. The neighbor’s dog might even have an ongoing craving for tomatoes. […]

Australian researchers confirm stress makes you sick

Wednesday, December 7, 2005 Australian researchers say they have scientifically proven that stress causes sickness. The Garvan Institute in Sydney has discovered that a hormone, known as neuropeptide Y (NPY) is released into the body during times of stress. Their findings show the hormone can stop the immune system from functioning properly. “Neuropeptide Y is […]

Listening to you at last: EU plans to tap cell phones

Monday, October 19, 2009 A report accidentally published on the Internet provides insight into a secretive European Union surveillance project designed to monitor its citizens, as reported by Wikileaks earlier this month. Project INDECT aims to mine data from television, internet traffic, cellphone conversations, p2p file sharing and a range of other sources for crime […]

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