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NPR

Amnesty International Finds Human Rights Deteriorating Around The World
NPR
The report covering 159 countries claims that increasingly world leaders are "undermining the rights of millions," either by turning a blind eye to violations of human rights or by perpetrating them. Amnesty cites Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte ...
World leaders abandoning human rights: AmnestyAljazeera.com

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Reuters

World's last remaining wild horses aren't really wild after all
Reuters
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - It may come as a disappointment to equine enthusiasts, but a new genetic study has found that no truly wild horses still exist and that a population inhabiting Mongolian grasslands actually is a feral descendant of the earliest ...

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Forbes

Universal Announced The 'Jurassic World 3' Release Date Way Too Early
Forbes
The third installment in the Jurassic World trilogy will hit theaters on June 11, 2021. Steven Spielberg will return to executive produce, as will Colin Trevorrow, who previously directed 2015's Jurassic World. Trevorrow will also handle the new film's ...
Universal announces "Jurassic World 3"CBS News
'Jurassic World 3' to Hit Theaters in June 2021Variety
Jurassic World 3 rampaging toward 2021 release dateEW.com
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New York Times

Neanderthals, the World's First Misunderstood Artists
New York Times
It's long been an insult to be called a Neanderthal. But the more these elusive, vanished people have been studied, the more respect they've gained among scientists. On Thursday, a team of researchers offered compelling evidence that Neanderthals bore ...
Neanderthals Painted the World's Oldest Cave ArtSeeker
World's Oldest Cave Art Found—And Neanderthals Made ItNational Geographic

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USA TODAY

'Generation Columbine' has never known a world without school shootings
USA TODAY
Call them "Generation Columbine." Born during the first few years of the 21st century, our youngest Americans, from high schoolers on down, have never known a world without school shootings. The 1999 massacre at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo ...

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Business Insider

One of the world's largest rental-car companies is ending a key partnership with the NRA
Business Insider
rental car companies The logos of car rental companies are seen at Zurich Airport, January 9, 2018. Picture shows the logos of Europcar, Thrifty, Dollar, Hertz, National, Alamo, Enterprise rent-a-car, Avis, Budget and Sixt. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann ...

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CNBC

Cybercrime 'pandemic' may have cost the world $600 billion last year
CNBC
The global cost of cybercrime has now reached as much as $600 billion — about 0.8 percent of global GDP — according to a new report. More worrying than that figure may be the massive growth from 2014, when the same analysis showed the cost was only ...

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Science Magazine

Fishermen are harvesting more than half of the world's oceans
Science Magazine
No one really knows how many of the world's seas are being fished by commercial vessels—some scientists say nearly all of them. But a new study, which uses satellite tracking data from more than 70,000 ships to create one of the most detailed global ...



Washington Post

New maps show the utterly massive imprint of fishing on the world's oceans
Washington Post
Humans are now fishing at least 55 percent of the world's oceans — an area four times larger than the area occupied by humanity's onshore agriculture. That startling statistic is among the findings of a unique, high-tech collaboration that is ...
New mapping shows just how much fishing impacts the world's seasScience News
Half of world's oceans now fished industrially, maps revealThe Guardian

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Engadget

MWC 2018: What to expect from the world's biggest phone show
Engadget
Team Engadget is en route to Barcelona for Mobile World Congress, and while the show officially starts on Monday, you'll start to see some of this year's key news and announcements as soon as this weekend. We don't want you going into things blind ...
Five things to watch at Mobile World CongressFinancial Times

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