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Man and the beautiful relationship we can have with Animals.
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Animal Justice Party MP Mark Pearson is travelling to China in a bid to block the trade kangaroo meat.
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An entire Palestinian village that has received Australian aid money to help improve living conditions is facing demolition by Israeli authorities.
Australian NGO Action Aid has been working in Susiya, about 50 kilometres south of Jerusalem in the Palestinian occupied territories, for the past four years.
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Video: Israel orders demolition of village that's received Australian aid money (7.30)

It has established programs supporting women, including buying sheep and beehives, and has constructed two buildings that are used as a clinic and a kindergarten.
Village elder Abu Mohamad Nawaja was born and raised in Susiya village.
"Allow me to say thank you to the Australian Government, thanks to the Australian Action Aid," he told the ABC's 7.30 program.
But it may all be for nothing after Israeli authorities determined that planning permission was never given for the village to be built, and have granted a demolition order for the whole of Susiya.
"They will confiscate this land for the settlers, so they can expand their settlements and live comfortably," Abu Mohamad said.
"They want to destroy us, our lives and our kids' lives."

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-07-30/palestinian-susiya-receiving-australian-aid-facing-demolition/6661220
An entire Palestinian village that has received Australian aid money to help improve living conditions is facing demolition by Israeli authorities.
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The whole situation stinks for all first after WW2 the ONU (US) decided to help with the jew problem, by giving them the land where there was a country already (palestine) so now they have to support Israel even if they are not agree with their metods.
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Greece not coping with Asylum Seeker influx from War torn Countries

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GREEK islands are on the verge of collapse because thousands of migrants and asylum seekers are living in horrifying conditions after flooding in over the past few days.
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Since when are sniffer dogs used on Asylum Seekers ? You don't need to sniff them out 60 million displaced people are easy to see Mr. Cameron!
 
Thousands of desperate migrants attempting to scale fences around tunnel in France to cross to Britain.
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Chairman for the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force, Johnny Rodrigues, explains how much-loved lion Cecil was killed in a cowardly method often used by hunters.
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Chairman for the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force, Johnny Rodrigues, explains how much-loved lion Cecil was killed in a cowardly method often used by hunters.
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The man who murdered Cecil the Lion could learn a thing about respect for big cats from Steve.

Steve Winter has been taking photographs for National Geographic since 1991.
Much of that time has been devoted to his passion of wildlife photography, particularly his pursuit of the world's elusive big cats.
Winter's latest project has seen him spend the past year chasing and photographing leopards, travelling through South Africa, India and Sri Lanka.
Photo: National Geographic photographer Steve Winter says his passion for photographing big cats started with a surprise encounter. (National Geographic: Sharon Guynup)
Fresh from his work in Sri Lanka, Winter has touched down for his first trip in Australia, where he will deliver a series of talks about his 24-year career in wildlife photography.
He said his passion for photographing big cats started on a trip to Costa Rica in the 1990s, when a black jaguar turned up on his doorstep in the middle of the night.
"I was on my first animal story for National Geographic," he said.
"I was lying in bed, reading my book and I heard the stairs creaking and the floorboards creaking ... I heard some sniffing and scratching at the door and the hairs on the back of my neck stood up.
"I was scared to death.
"That night when [the jaguar] scared me half to death by coming to my door was the moment my passion started. I always say that I didn't choose big cats, big cats chose me."
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-07-30/national-geographic-photographer-steve-winter-arrives-in-aus/6658026
National Geographic photographer Steve Winter arrives in Australia to deliver a series of talks on his thrilling career in wildlife photography.
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The only reasons I agree with hunting is if 1)you're truly thinning out an over crowded population to keep them healthy (that doesn't mean trophy bucks) 2) you use EVERY THING You take.
Poor Cecil was lured from a protected reservation, wounded and weakened by an arrow (oooo, aren't you a big man) and left to suffer for TWO DAYS with his injuries before they finally put this otherwise perfectly healthy animal out of his suffering. (wow! Guess you had no other choice). I believe that these "facilitators of the hunt" knew EXACTLY where they were, knew What they were doing, knew this animal was collared. The dentist is just a little man, with a little dick, who needs to feel good about himself by carrying a big gun. Just like the ass hole deer hunters who stand by the side of the road and wait for their emaciated dogs to chase a deer to them to shoot! (but that's for another rant). Those involved should be prosecuted to the fullest, since it would be "inhumane" to lure them away from their families, wound them with arrows and track their suffering for Two days before beheading and skinning them!! 
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Man who beheaded and skinned Zimbabwe's most famous lion, Cecil, has been identified
The animal was lured from the protection of the Hwange National Park and shot with a crossbow, officials say.
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+Jill Stewart Im doing well sis thanks for asking. Big hugs to you and Elaine and enjoy your trip x x x  
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