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No longer just a job: The unlikely crew saving lives in the Mediterranean

Cagliari - They are unlikely members of the same crew: career seamen for whom it was initially just another job and landlubber humanitarian workers trying to make the world a better place.But together, aboard the MS Aquarius, they get the job done.

Defiant NGOs swap rallies for art in post-attack Paris

Paris - Frustrated by the banning of rallies around a crunch climate summit in terror-hit Paris, activists vowed Friday to find alternative ways to make their voices heard.

Op-Ed: Moving piece written about Typhoon Haiyan goes viral

On November 13, a moving Facebook note about Typhoon Haiyan and the current situation in the Philippines was posted. It is currently going viral and is entitled, 'I Need To Tell You.'

World's most endangered species list released

Jeju - Today scientists published a list of the world's 100 most endangered species. The list, the first of its kind, was published by the World Conservation Congress in South Korea.

Human Rights Groups critical of Russian 'foreign agents bill'

Moscow - A new bill passed by the Russian parliament requires NGOs(Non-government Organizations) that receive foreign funding to be registered as foreign agents. Human rights groups have been critical of the legislation.

Op-Ed: NGOs: The Parasitic Altruists

Some NGOs genuinely contribute to enhancing welfare, to the mitigation of hunger, the furtherance of human and civil rights, or the curbing of disease. Others are ideologically biased, religiously-committed and, often, at the service of special interests.
 

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