British far-right group "invades" London mosqueIn this edition: a British far right group “invades” a London mosque; american web users help a grieving father; and a San Francisco street turned into a giant water slide …
Ordinary Americans caught up in NSA data sweepIn this edition: the Washington Post's latest investigation into the NSA's data sweep; bald Barbie dolls for kids with cancer; and a fireworks display as seen by a drone.
Web users pay tribute to Stephen SuttonIn this edition: web users pay tribute to Stephen Sutton; an online campaign for more gay characters in video games; and rollerblading through the forest…
Former Barcelona coach Vilanova dies after battle with cancerThe former coach of Barcelona’s famed football club has died at the age of 45 from throat cancer, the team announced on Friday.
Ghida Talal, Chairperson of the King Hussein Cancer FoundationOn the sidelines of The World Innovation Summit for Health that took place in Doha earlier this year, Olivia Salazar Winspear met Princess Ghida Talal of Jordan, the chairperson of...
Is Samsung to blame for its workers' ill health?South Korean technology giant Samsung is under fire from former employees and their relatives who accuse it of endangering workers' health. A number of staff have fallen serio...
French minister speaks out about her cancerThe French Junior Minister for the Family, Dominique Bertinotti, gives an interview to 'Le Monde' saying she's been getting treatment for cancer since last March. No...
Dance party for double mastectomyWe look at a European Court of Justice ruling being reported in contrasting ways in the press. It concerns the rights of gays persecuted in their own countries to seek asylum in th...
USA: lawmakers propose bill to limit NSA’s domestic spyingToday on the net: lawmakers in the US propose a bill to limit the NSA’s domestic spying. Residents from the Pakistan province of Balochistan campaign for their missing loved ones....
Online support for Greenpeace activists jailed in RussiaToday on the net: ongoing support for the Greenpeace activists jailed in Russia; campaigning to stop a tear gas shipment to Bahrain; and the Ohio State University Marching Band is...
Holî lamp: music for the eyesOn this week's #Tech24: heavy users of mobile phones have been given a warning to cut down on call time for the sake of their health. France's National Agency for Health...
In The Papers
IN THE PAPERS
What would Jesus eat?INTERNATIONAL PRESS – Weds. 16/10/13: International papers continue focus on the debt-ceiling crisis. The Independent says it’s time to do away with the “redundant and dangerous” d...