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( The Israel-Hamas War Has Not Killed Their Compassion or Hope
Nov 7th 2023, 11:17

Source: ( Google NewsMaoz Inon no longer sleeps well at night. His loss is too great. So first thing every morning, for 45 minutes, he swims in the Mediterranean off the Israeli shore — to find a few moments of peace. On October 7, a Hamas fighter launched a rocket-propelled grenade that directly hit his parents' wooden house, killing both parents. And yet, amid the sea of grief Maoz feels, he has no urge for revenge. His tears are for "100 years of bloodshed," he...


( Hungary Museum Head Sacked Over LGBT Content in Photo Exhibit
Nov 7th 2023, 11:17

Source: ( BBC News - EuropeIn what appears to be the first time that a World Press Photo show has been censored in Europe, the head of Hungary's National Museum has been fired for allegedly letting under-18s view LGBT content. A controversial Hungarian law bans the "display and promotion of homosexuality" in materials accessible to children, such as books and films, and the World Press Photo exhibition features shots of older LGBTQI+ people in the Philippines.


( South Africa Recalls Ambassador to Israel, Accusing It of Genocide
Nov 7th 2023, 11:16

Source: ( ABC News - InternationalSouth Africa's government recalled its ambassador and diplomatic mission to Israel Monday in condemnation of the bombardment of the Gaza Strip, calling it a "genocide." Thus far, more than 10,000 Palestinians have been killed in Israel's military offensive in Gaza, according to the Hamas-run Health Ministry there. "The South African government has decided to withdraw all its diplomats in Tel Aviv," Minister in the Presidency Khumbudzo Ntshavheni...


( Medical Schools Warm to Curricular Changes As Climate Threats Grow
Nov 7th 2023, 11:14

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportHugh Shirley says that coverage on climate change during his first year at Harvard Medical School came within broader discussions of social justice and racial inequity. "We discussed the intersection of racism and environmental justice and how it affects patient exposure to things like air pollution," Shirley says. Data from the Association of American Medical Colleges show that 55% of schools now cover climate change, up from 27% just two years...


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