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Climate change is unfair. While rich countries can fight against rising oceans and dying farm fields, poor people around the world are already having their lives upended — and their human rights threatened — by killer storms, starvation and the loss of their own lands. Mary Robinson asks us to join the movement for worldwide climate justice.
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Good afternoon !

I want to first of all apologize for disturbing you, and want to ask for your help, I know it's stupid and naive, but if you will respond and help, it would save my life!

The fact that I live there where now there is a war. Near my house many times fell mines, and in the city of armed men. I attempted to move to a quiet part of the country, but encountered only incomprehension and contempt from both the citizens and the authorities, and soon after the persecutions I had to return to the fighting zone.

I also tried to give refugees in neighboring countries, on the border when I asked for asylum at the border guards, they threatened to pull the dogs on me, took away the phone and using physical force drove me back, while morally demeaning me and swearing. When I returned home in a war zone, I wrote about after their embassy, ​​but the answer did not come.

I survived working at the local stock, I receive over 260 hours = $ 70, it's above-average earnings in our town. The products are like the average American town. I really want to try to go to America and stop to survive, to live a normal life, without the fear that the mine will arrive at any time in the house, or shot in the street, to start a new life, work, start a family .... LIVE.

Unfortunately I was not even able to get a visa because she is very dear to me, and for the reason that I live in a war zone is very large chance that I will refuse it.
I do not know what to do, do not want to live, I was desperate, desperate hope and I am writing to you!

Maybe you can help me, or you know of someone who can help.
I'll take any help, be it advice, moral support, help in assimilation (if I have all the same will come to the US), or a job offer, perhaps a temporary place of residence, or you can help or know how I get away from the war in America, you might want to help me money that I could make a visa and leave for the United States. I will accept any help in any form or manifestation, as well as ideas and suggestions!

I write anonymously, because I fear for my life and health. There were cases when the one who wrote bad about the situation in the city is located, even if he wrote anonymously. So recently we found and captured anonymously guy who wrote about the situation in the city.
When I'm in the United States in security I can tell you more about themselves, as well as if someone is interested, I can give an interview on arrival.

About me :
Age 26 years, male, tall, European, do not smoke, do not drink alcohol, I do not have bad habits and addictions.
Education:
Landscape designer / Gardening / gardener
What I can: Landscape design, landscaping, gardening, gathering and production of furniture, manufacture of cider and wine, painting, sewing, organizing festivals and events, craft, construction, advanced PC user, assisted in the veterinary clinic to treat animals. It is easy to train and adapt. Ask for and offer other jobs, and I say I can or not.

If you just want to talk, I'll be very happy!

Thank you for your attention and for reading to the end!

hope.begin.live@gmail.com
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In a disturbing — but fascinating — walk through history, Frances Larson examines humanity's strange relationship with public executions … and specifically beheadings. As she shows us, they have always drawn a crowd, first in the public square and now on YouTube. What makes them horrific and compelling in equal measure?
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As a global community, we all want to end poverty. Mia Birdsong suggests a great place to start: Let's honor the skills, drive and initiative that poor people bring to the struggle every day. She asks us to look again at people in poverty: They may be broke — but they're not broken.
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When disaster strikes, who's first on the scene? More and more, it’s a robot. In her lab, Robin Murphy builds robots that fly, tunnel, swim and crawl through disaster scenes, helping firefighters and rescue workers save more lives safely — and help communities return to normal up to three years faster.
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It seems like we wait for a disastrous disease outbreak before we get serious about making a vaccine for it. Seth Berkley lays out the market realities and unbalanced risks behind why we aren't making vaccines for the world's biggest diseases.
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You are too live a smairt place, my pone number is 0934665707,live inEthiopa,l am a biology teacher.
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Tennis legend Billie Jean King isn't just a pioneer of women's tennis — she's a pioneer for women getting paid. In this freewheeling conversation, she talks about identity, the role of sports in social justice and the famous Battle of the Sexes match against Bobby Riggs.
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Jim Simons was a mathematician and cryptographer who realized: the complex math he used to break codes could help explain patterns in the world of finance. Billions later, he’s working to support the next generation of math teachers and scholars. TED’s Chris Anderson sits down with Simons to talk about his extraordinary life in numbers.
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More than 40 million people worldwide suffer from Alzheimer's disease, and that number is expected to increase drastically in the coming years. But no real progress has been made in the fight against the disease since its classification more than 100 years ago. Scientist Samuel Cohen shares a new breakthrough in Alzheimer's research from his lab as well as a message of hope. "Alzheimer's is a disease," Cohen says, "and we can cure it."
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+Lynne Heal Oh fuck off you luddite.
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Yes, we all know it’s the right thing to do. But Michael Kimmel makes the surprising, funny, practical case for treating men and women equally in the workplace and at home. It’s not a zero-sum game, but a win-win that will result in more opportunity and more happiness for everybody.
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sure.. and gay people are not prosecuted and climate change don't exists and christians are good people.. isnt it?

and weapons doesnt kill and black people eats lot of chicken hahahahah
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Does it seem like Washington has no new ideas? Instead of looking to build the future, it sometimes feels like the US political establishment happily retreats into fear and willful ignorance. Journalist David Rothkopf lays out a few of the major issues that US leadership is failing to address — from cybercrime to world-shaking new tech to the reality of modern total war — and calls for a new vision that sets fear aside.
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Designer and architect Neri Oxman is leading the search for ways in which digital fabrication technologies can interact with the biological world. Working at the intersection of computational design, additive manufacturing, materials engineering and synthetic biology, her lab is pioneering a new age of symbiosis between microorganisms, our bodies, our products and even our buildings.
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Please I read about this organization , is really interesting . I lik3 to know more on what is happening
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Around the world, women still struggle for equality in basic matters like access to education, equal pay and the right to vote. But how to enlist everyone, men and women, as allies for change? Meet Elizabeth Nyamayaro, head of UN Women’s HeForShe initiative, which has created more than 2.4 billion social media conversations about a more equal world. She invites us all to join in as allies in our shared humanity.
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sab womens ki jai ho.
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