Daily Archives: March 24, 2014

Sophia Love – And What About Love – 24 March 2014

Sophia Love

Sophia Love

And what about love.

For three years there’s been Quests for Agape. Searching, losing and finding deeper and still deeper levels of what we call love. Still now, surrounded in answers, the question remains. How do I love? How do I wake up, go to bed, day after day love?
I can talk about what it means to love. It does not mean the things you imagine. It does not mean always getting your way or having someone cooperate and do things for you; even do things with you.

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GlobalTimes – US Restraint Needed To Avoid New Cold War – 24 March 2014

Global Times

The 2014 Nuclear Security Summit is currently being held in The Hague. The ongoing crisis in Crimea has diluted the world’s attention on the nuclear issue and this summit has been viewed as an opportunity for US President Barack Obama to form alliances to isolate Russia.

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BusinessInsider – Venezuela Protest How Venezuela Exploded – 24 March 2014

businessInsiderLast month Venezuela exploded, as discontent with the Socialist government that has ruled the country for more than a decade reached a boiling point.

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CommonDreams – New Report: Widely-Used Neonicotinoid Seed Treatments Are Unnecessary In Most Cases – 24 March 2014

common-dreamsFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 24, 2014
3:11 PM
CONTACT: Center for Food Safety

New Report: Widely-Used Neonicotinoid Seed Treatments Are Unnecessary in Most Cases

Study Reveals that Costs Outweigh Benefits of Toxic Insecticides Implicated in Bee Kills

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CommonDreams – Lawsuit Launched To Protect Endangered Species From Dangerous New Pesticide – 24 March 2014

common-dreamsFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 24, 2014
3:25 PM
CONTACT: Center for Biological Diversity
Brett Hartl, Center for Biological Diversity, (202) 817-8121
Abigail Seiler, Center for Food Safety, (443) 854-4368
Jason Rylander, Defenders of Wildlife, (202) 682-9400

Lawsuit Launched to Protect Endangered Species From Dangerous New Pesticide

WASHINGTON – March 24 – Conservation and food-safety groups filed a formal notice of intent to sue the Environmental Protection Agency today for failing to protect hundreds of endangered fish, butterflies and other species from a new, toxic pesticide called cyantraniliprole. The EPA violated the Endangered Species Act by approving the widespread agricultural and residential use of the new pesticide in January without input from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Marine Fisheries Service, the two federal agencies in charge of protecting endangered species.

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Russia Not Clinging To G8 If West Does Not Want It – Russian FM – 24 March 2014

RT logoRussia is not clinging to the G8 format, as all major world problems can be discussed at other international venues such as G20, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has said.

“The G8 is an informal club, no one gives out membership cards and no one can expel members,” Lavrov told a media conference at the Hague. “If our Western partners believe that this format has exhausted itself, let it be. We are not clinging to it.”

He went on to say that many believe that the G8 has already fulfilled its mission as many issues are now discussed at the G20 forum.

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Officials Confirm 108 Missing After Washington Mudslide – 24 March 2014

A general view of the breach where water from the Stillaguamish River is beginning to move through the dam created by a landslide near State Route 530 near Oso, Washington in this March 23, 2014 picture provided by the Washington State Department of Transportation. (Reuters/Washington State Department of Transportation)

A general view of the breach where water from the Stillaguamish River is beginning to move through the dam created by a landslide near State Route 530 near Oso, Washington in this March 23, 2014 picture provided by the Washington State Department of Transportation. (Reuters/Washington State Department of Transportation)

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