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Israel calls Human Rights Watch a propaganda tool, says it is not welcome
Officials at Human Rights Watch — one of the most prominent rights monitors in the world — denounced the decision to deny entry to Omar Shakir, its recently named Israel and Palestine country director. Shakir is a U.S. citizen. His parents were from Iraq.

The perplexing narrative about being gay in Latin America
Corrales adds that one of the most important lessons from the region "is that in Latin America, LGBT movements were able to connect with human rights defenders, and that alliance proved very fruitful." Luis Larraín, president of the Chilean LGBT group

PricewaterhouseCoopers on Oscar flub: 'We made a human error'
PricewaterhouseCoopers on Oscar flub: 'We made a human error' The accounting firm says one of its partners gave Warren Beatty the wrong envelope. Check out this story on

A Lawsuit Against Uber Highlights the Rush to Conquer Driverless Cars
In one case, an autonomous Volvo zoomed through a red light on a busy street in front of the city’s Museum of Modern Art. Uber, a ride-hailing service, said the incident was because of human error. “This is why we believe so much in making the roads

The American Greatness of Ian Grillot
“I just did what I felt was naturally right to do… I was just doing what anyone should have done for another human being. It’s not about where he’s from, or ethnicity. We’re all humans.” But the gunman suddenly turned and proved to have one

Charlize Theron, Helen Hunt and More Stars Remember Bill Paxton: "One of the Finest Actors to Share a Set With"
"Such a funny, talented, loving human. Louise & the children & family my [love] & support 2 u." As for his Titanic family, Billy Zane showered the memory of Paxton with praise. "Bill was one of the kindest, funniest and most loyal of men," he wrote online.

What time is The Secrets of Your Food on BBC Two tonight, who are the presenters and what foods are investigated?
However the new three-part series explores a lot of food that probably isn’t on your plate, like brain salad and human breast milk. Episode one, We Are What We Eat, airs tonight on BBC Two at 9pm in England and Northern Ireland, and at 9:30pm in Scotland.

Bill Paxton remembered: 'Hands down one of the greatest guys I have ever met'
Actor Bill Paxton, 61, dies after complications from surgery » “Such a funny, talented, loving human,” said Jamie Lee Curtis In memory of Paxton on Oscar Sunday, Lowe suggested watching "One False Move" or "A Simple Plan" to see “this lovely

Oscars 2017: Top moments from the Academy Awards
These wars prevent democracy and human rights in countries which have themselves been In a moment that likely surprised no one, "Fences" star Viola Davis took home the Oscar for best actress in a supporting role. The actress took her moment to inspire

Anger and vengeance erode human spirit
Jesus ben Sira knows that anger and vengeance not only makes on culpable of sin but it also erodes the human spirit of the one harboring it (Book of Ecclesiasticus 28;1-5). Surely we can recognize in Jesus ben Sira's message the teaching of another Jesus

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