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Bjp-led Assam State In India Criticized For Announcing 55,000 New Government Jobs Ahead Of Elections

The BJP felt short of its promises of creating jobs and cleaning up corruption in the rural stateTeachers in Assam wearing traditional Assamese dress. Image via Flickr by Michael Foley. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0. The government of India's Assam state, led...
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Citizenship By Investment In The Caribbean: Economic Boon Or Diplomatic Minefield?

Fast citizenship programmes are popular in the Caribbean CommunityPlane flying over the Caribbean. Photo by Vilseskogen on Flickr, CC BY-NC 2.0. Citizenship-for-purchase programmes, meant to boost ailing tourism economies, are proving to be...
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“joker”—the Malware That Signs You Up For Pricey Services—floods Android Markets

Enlarge (credit: portal gda / Flickr) September has been a busy month for malicious Android apps, with dozens of them from a single malware family alone flooding either Google Play or third-party markets, researchers from security companies...
Related topics: Malware, Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology, Google

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In Trinidad & Tobago, Citizens Defend Sou-sou Savings Against Pyramid Scheme Comparisons

Comparing sou-sous to pyramid schemes is not fair or accurateTrinidad and Tobago money. Photo by Mark Morgan on Flickr, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0. With the COVID-19 pandemic has come a worldwide rise in financial fraud. On September 22, the Trinidad and...
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Let’s Start Debating What Dooms Democracy: Concentrated Wealth

Sam PizzigatiIn one world, the world of the vast majority, people struggle day in and day out for economic security. (Photo: Len Tsou/Flickr/cc)
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Election 2020: The Coming Chaos

Robert C. KoehlerTrump has made clear the likelihood that he will not accept the results of the election unless he’s the winner. (Photo: Ted Eytan/flickr/cc)
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New Oci Analysis Gives Big Oil Much Needed Reality Check

Susan Casey-LefkowitzBusiness as usual for the oil and gas industry means increasing production even as investors are pulling out and bankruptcies are looming. (Photo: tolkien1914/flickr/cc)
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With Planet At Stake, Moderators Must Make Climate A Focus Of Debates

Julie HollarThe recent media-sponsored town halls with President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden haven’t inspired much hope for the place of climate in the debates. (Photo: Takver/flickr/cc)
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Why Do Americans Give Away So Much Control To Corporations?

Ralph Nader"Why have we handed over the enormous assets we own to this expanding corporate state?" (Photo: jerry dohnal/flickr/cc)
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A Dying Industry Is Leaving A Deadly Legacy

Andy Rowell"The oil industry may be dying, but it will still pollute us for decades after its death." (Photo: WildEarthGuardians/Flickr/cc)
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The Death Of Neoliberalism

Walden Bello"The recent massive fiscal and monetary interventions of capitalist states, though insufficient, have underlined for people what is possible under another system with different priorities and values." (Photo: Jonny White/cc/flickr)
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New Usda Records Show Trade Bailout And Coronavirus Payments Went To The Largest Farms

Anne SchechingerAs with older, traditional farm subsidy programs, the largest farms, which need the help the least, received the most taxpayer dollars from these two new programs. (Photo: TumblingRun/flickr/cc)
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The 17 Tallest Buildings In The World Right Now, Ranked

New York City's One World Trade Center is the sixth-tallest building in the world. Phil Dolby/Flickr We ranked the tallest completed buildings in the world right now using data from The Skyscraper Center. At 2,716 feet, the Burj Khalifa in...

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Google Takeout Now Lets You Select Photos Albums For Direct Flickr, Onedrive Transfer

Google Takeout has long let users export and download local copies of their data. With the Data Transfer Project, Google made it so that you could directly move an image library to a third-party service. Google Takeout now lets you select specific...
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Here’s How Doe’s First Crop Of Risky Energy Tech Has Done

Enlarge / Former Energy Secretary Ernst Moniz speaks at an ARPA-E event in 2016. (credit: DOE / Flickr) In 2009, the US Department of Energy started funding energy research through the Advanced Research Projects Agency–Energy (or ARPA-E)...

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When Building An Embryo, Timing Is Everything

The repeated light and dark pattern you can see down the side of this embryo is caused by the presence of somites. (credit: Flickr user Lunar Caustic) There's a bit of a problem in biology that's so obvious that most biologists don't end up...

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Patient Dies After Ransomware Attack Reroutes Her To Remote Hospital

Enlarge (credit: Eric Lagace / Flickr) A woman seeking emergency treatment for a life-threatening condition died after a ransomware attack crippled a nearby hospital in Duesseldorf, Germany, and forced her to obtain services from a more distant...

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Border Row, Trade Turmoil And Rising Chinese Influence Send Indo-nepal Ties To Lowest Ebbs

Nepal finds itself in the line of fire of the China-US trade war and the Indo-China border conflictIndia-Nepal border at Sonauli. Image via Flickr by Axel Drainville. CC BY 2.0. Bound by cultural ties and religion, the once-friendly...
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How The World's Six Largest Economies Are Faring Amidst The Global Political Economy Of Covid-19

Together, these six nations represent 44 per cent of the world’s population Coronavirus image concept of medical face mask and money, representing the pandemic and economic damages by Jernej Furman on Flickr, CC BY 2.0. By Ian Inkster On September...

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Ancient Dna Sheds Light On Viking Origins, Travels

Enlarge / Modern reconstruction of a Viking longboat. (credit: Dun.can / Flickr) A recent study of ancient DNA sheds light on who the Viking groups were and how they interacted with the people they met. The Viking Age, from around 750 to 1100 CE,...
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