Third Report in Three Days Shows Scale Of Fracking Perils

Many Palestinian Christians who applied for permits to visit family and holy sites in Jerusalem for Easter have been rejected -- an increasingly common occurrence in recent years.

In Algeria, A President That Won’t Go Away
In Algeria, A President That Won’t Go Away
Algeria’s incumbent president swept Thursday’s election, taking almost 82 percent of the vote in a country that doesn’t expect any change to come at the hands of the fourth-term president.
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    Twenty years After Genocide, Rwanda Has Become A Model Of Inclusive Healthcare
    Twenty years After Genocide, Rwanda Has Become A Model Of Inclusive Healthcare
    The rapid recovery of healthcare in Rwanda since the 1994 genocide has been nothing short of historic. Life expectancy has doubled. Child mortality has fallen by more than two-thirds since 2000. In the past decade, death rates from AIDS and tuberculosis have declined at record speed. Vaccination rates
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      War Drives More Than Half Of Syria’s Students From School, Into ‘Black Hole’
      War Drives More Than Half Of Syria's Students From School, Into 'Black Hole'
      Hopelessness creeps in amid a range of peril including bombing, gunfire, arrest, torture, execution, military conscription and a growing national economic crisis.
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        Police Struggle To Fight America’s Growing Heroin Epidemic
        Police Struggle To Fight America's Growing Heroin Epidemic
        Law enforcement agencies across the country lack the data they need to effectively address the nation’s heroin epidemic, but they may actually be the ones behind the data blackout.
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          Ariz. Vets In Battle Against Anti-Medical Marijuana Senator
          Ariz. Vets In Battle Against Anti-Medical Marijuana Senator
          A long-stalled University of Arizona study on marijuana’s effects on PTSD patients is one step closer to proceeding now that a state senator has lifted her objection.
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            Environmentalist Kicked Out Of Chevron-Sponsored Event
            Environmentalist Kicked Out Of Chevron-Sponsored Event
            After organizers of a Chevron-sponsored economic development summit learned of a paying attendee’s association with an environmental watchdog, he was forcibly ejected from the event.
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