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In Russia, grantee Anna Nemtsova writes, people are buying vodka and food to prepare for the upcoming Dec. 21 Mayan calendar-related doomsday. What's your plan? http://bit.ly/Ujwccc
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China's high-tech paper industry: Wending Haung, deputy CEO of APP China Forestry, stands between laboratory jars containing cuttings that grow in a climate controlled incubation area. See the slideshow here: http://bit.ly/126ihg5 Image by Mike De Sisti. China, 2012.
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PULITZER Center on CRISES of GLOBE POPULATIONS LIFE HEALTH GROWTHS FREEDOMS Abuses and International Society Rights VIOLENCINGS. "Hong Kong Justice And Microwave Beam Radiation" VERY EXTRAORDINARY PHENOMENON and ALL COMPASS IN HK DISORIENTED in Urgent Appeal and Petition to WHO on 'Google/Yahoo'. Hong Kong in Perpetual Exercisings in of the Advancings Microwave NEUROSCIENCES Radiation Technologies toxics 'BIO-EFFECTS'(US Patent: 4877027; 5289438; 5800481; 6011991; 6167304; 6488617; .......)in X-Hi Radiation with HK Observatory recorded lowest reading 1,300 mSv/Hr(65 Folds Over the Radiation Absorbtion Limit for Human Per Year)coupling satellite intrusions survelliances in anywhere effectings DEEP LIVELIHOODS, SAFETY and HEALTH of complete population in HK AND the NEUROTransmittings Effects of anywhere from HK effectings Others Territories in Pan Pacific region and far to Africa and North America. The NEUROTechnologies irradiations toxicity Effects in have the Humans BIO-PHYSIO-GENTICS Health depletings("Neuro-logical Effects of Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Radiation" Dr.Henry Lai on 'Internet'), and the Lesionings of Immuno-logical Reactivities, Neurophysiology disarrays, Nutrients improperties, Hormonal pathology Dysfunctions, Celluous Lipid and Proteins Sugars Enzymes Interpretations Irregu-larities, DNA Strands damages of its profound Repairing Functions and Gens mediatings-translations in Health Reproductiviity, and of ENDURE exogenous Surging Power resonances bioelectric Bio-Celluous dynamics impairments and Structures-Growths anomalies of CANCER Incidences("EMF Effects on Cancer, Melatonin and Tamosi-ffen"), and the modulated stimuli-impulses-trains frequencies in of VITAL direct Intrusive Stimulatings of Humans BRAIN and of NEUROLOGICAL Disruptive Mental Health("Microwave Bioeffect Congruence with Schizophrenia")in which BLIND can SEE, DEAF can HEAR, Biophysical-Physio Abnormalities, Hallucinations phenomenon, and in subtle various EEGs and morphologies, Neural Activities Responses, Intra-Cortexes and memories functioning and NeuroChem inter-activiites and cognition, emotions, Stupefy, neurasyphilis, and of non bio-physio functional bindings mechanism of Brain produc-ing inteferances, to 'Blood-Brain-Barrier' in impairments, Dreams manipulation, Spcializing PSYCHIC-PSYCHO effects instatings. EXTRAHarm Effects towards PREGNANCY-FETAL development and Motherings("World Health Organization (WHO)Pandemic Phases"), of deterministing Predisposed HIGHEST vulnerabilities to Abortions & Fetal-Complications, and of Faulties-Growths, with later-on developing, INFANTS and CHILDREN Adolescences of the developing HEALTH, haematologsis and Melatonin and of essential IMMUNOs, optholmology, skeletal and organs-tissues-celluous, and of the 40% Higher Absorbtion and Cumulative of ionizing Radiation in biofields than Adults, the MENTAL BRAIN, and of long living Expectancy, have prone to cancerous and developmental obscurities("The Sensitivity of Children to EM Fields"/"Is Social Anxiety Disorders in Childhood associated with developmental deficit/delay"), AGED of the depletings Biofunction and NEUROHealth accelerated Degeneratives, IMPAIRED Brain Blood-Flow and Calcium Effluxes, with Extensive Oxidations, of High Increases BRAIN DISEASES with early Ages TRACKING, SICKED patients and DISABLES of Bio-Physio Negative, the inequality, and of the CO-Morbidity, and in the Absolute Deprivings of RIGHT to LIFE. Decaying effects to Structures ATOMIC materials Infusings, YEASTS baterials Logics, and BIO-ECOLOGICAL environ-mental, the Drugs interacting effects, and Extremes to Electric Over Hazardous and Metallurgy Fatique("High Power RF Weapons A Threat to Stealth and Cruise"/"The Effects of Microwave to the Wildlfie and Trees"). GLOBE regions POPULATION with of Damagings BIO-NEURO-PHYSIO noxious effectings and FREE MIND of MIND EFFECTED, and Brain-Activiites Dysfucntions daily LIFE and Businesses, substantiate unfathomable Malaise; Physical Abnormalities; Concentration Impairings; fatique; Sleep Deprivations; Dysphoria; neurasthenia; Apraxia; FEARS and Impulsions and Unrest sensations; emotions disorders and volatilie; MEMORIES distortings and lost; slow-chaotics and fractured THOUGHTS; Distress; consciousnesses impairings; and of MENTAL HEALTH MORBIDITY, and in the deteriorated damagings of Jobs, and Works Cognitive and inspirations, Efficiencies and Effectivenesses, dialy LIVINGS-WORKS compound and Livings Liberties Proposition, and Productivities of populations, and of Next Generations. ("Biological Effects of Microwave on the Nervous System"/"UHF Microwave Harassments"). MULTI-Dmagings of Social HARMONIOUS and FREEDOMS, Inter-Actings, Affluences and the International Society & Economies JUSTICES, and the Environmental, and of Progressions. WHICH OF the consistent of High Increases of, EyeCatching Accidents, WildLife anomalies and Trees Health suffers/deaths,INEQUALITIES-BIRTH-DEFECTS, CANCEROUS DISEASES with young ages onset and YoungChild cancer incidence, HEART-VASCULAR-BLOOD Diseases, Obesities, Perintal Mood Disorders, Chronic Diseases with Young ages as severe Immune System and Inter-Physio malpractisings, Premature Aging syndromes of Healthy Adults and Mental-BRAIN HEALTH morbidity, Aged of Brain Diseases with young ages TRENDINGS in Alzheimer and Dementia MORTALITIES, Psychiatric-Psycho Illnesses with Young ages, high social disturbings HighCrime Incidents, irreparable Involuntary Suicides grounds of with young child and Youngs, YOUNGS pupils Thuggish Brutalities and ADHD prodromes, Asperger/Autism and Social Un-Corporate ATTITUDES, Domestics Abuses Violences, and so on, of the Common PHENOMENAL of WORLDS Trends in HEALTH Highest Retrospectives. ("HK Urgent Appeal and Petition to WHO, 2011"/"A Psychological Autopsy Study of Suicides in HK"). WORLDS population essentially have in Forcefully INVOLUNTARY depletings WELL-BEINGS, SOCIAL and ECONOMIES, and PERSONALS Securities SUFFERINGS conditions, and the Therorizings of unconditioning SECURITY and JUSTICE of the International Society, in of continuous-crossings-effects of Undue High Loadings and ILEfficacy of HEALTH-SCHEMINGS-CARE Functioning and instituting in individuals and population of its necessarilies. And VERY IMPACTS toward Society in of the Sociological Turbulances and Unrests in the compromsing expressions, WEALTH- DISPARITIES to the Undeniable of Debilitatings HUMANS HEALTH GROWTH genesis of population. AT IN the MULTITUDES Damagings of Peoples Populations Primacy Cultures Civilities convergences, and STANDARD VALUES Reassurings the Social and Economies Stabilities Developments and the Environments, and of the Staples Growths of the International Society. THE Perpetual of the HKSARGovt Exercisings the Weaponry Neurosciences Transmitting Technologies toward feeble Population, WITH the CLOCKLESS abyss TOXICITY context Exposures to OCEANS-CONTINENTS conditions, and of the defaulted NEXT GENERATIONS inheritances inculpated, whilst in of the Blatant Provocative VIOLATINGS the International Laws, and ACTS of CRIME of HUMANITY. ("Mnestic Disorders caused by UHF-Fields"/"High Frequencies EM Fields Effects--Biophysical Actions of Microwave"). WHERE deserve the High Concerns of International Community, NGOs, professionals and law bodies, and others governments, and of the adequate measures of its imminent, with grave considerations of Nationals/Citizens the essential RIGHT to LIFE WORKS, SAFETY and HEALTH developments, investments, and Universal LIVINGS STANDARD chartered in the UN, and of the Social to national interests and the Potential Exponentialities Growths of International Society, and the worldwide recognized HEALTH-RISKS-SCARE Adversary HUMANS HEALTH GROWTH genosis of the growings problems worldvice situations,("Clinical Monitering Areas' & "Long-Term Effects of RF Range EM Fields Exposures"), would be in the course of International Justice, UN Enshrined HUMAN RIGHTS, and of the International Society Rights Securings enhances. WISH ALL population worldwide in HEALTH and WEALTH always, and the Messages can alert to All Others as for knowledges and Precautionary. Thanks.
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'DISplaced' a photo exhibition by Zann Huizhen Huang at the Arts House. http://theartshouse.com.sg/Programmes/EventPage.aspx?EventID=1602
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Photojournalism contest: borderlands http://bit.ly/UbYynC Deadline Feb. 15. The contest is open to high school and college students. See submission guidelines and prizes offered at the link above. Please share! Image by Dominic Bracco.
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Read about Park Falls, Wisconsin, a town still producing paper despite industry-crushing cheap Chinese imports and the digital age. http://bit.ly/TRbAeb Image by Mike De Sisti. USA, 2012.
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Read the latest in-the-field Tumblr dispatch from Pulitzer Center grantees Allison Shelley and Allyn Gaestel. http://bit.ly/UoCIgK Image by Allison Shelley. Nepal, 2012.
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December 7
Ali Salman, head of the main Bahraini opposition group Al Wefaq, continues to urge non-violence despite youthful demands for more militancy. Hear Pulitzer Center grantee Reese Erlich’s dispatch here http://bit.ly/YVypRz. Image by Reese Erlich. Bahrain, 2012.
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December 7
Jason Motlagh visited Perspectives Charter Schools via our Pulitzer Gateway program to bring journalists to schools to discuss international issues using their work. Photo and caption from PCS. "10th grade scholars learned about the shrimp ...See More
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December 5
Trans-boundary tensions are growing between Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan over a precious commodity: water. Within Afghanistan, conflict may only rise as water grows scarcer and infrastructure needs remain unmet. Read Pulitzer Center grant...See More
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December 5
Cancer is a global phenomenon, but too often it is a silent killer in developing countries. Together with PRI's The World, this week you can explore #globalcancer. Be sure to check out:
-- The interactive map (​http://bit.ly/gcancermap​)
-- Pulitzer Center grantee Joanne Silberner's reporting from Haiti, Uganda and India (http://bit.ly/yFFCN0)
-- Pulitzer Center grantee Sean Gallagher's video (produced with Sonia Narang) on smoking in China (​http://bit.ly/globalcancer1​)
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December 5
“If you get cancer, people say you’re going to die because there’s no treatment for it,” she explains. “They say even if you see a doctor, you won’t find a solution. That’s the talk.”
-- Excerpt from "Pink Ribbons in Haiti".

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Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Having breast cancer here often means no care at all, or care that’s too costly for any common person to afford, or a lot of initial missteps.
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December 4
“My challenge as a storyteller will be to tell you something about the developing world without making you think, “Oh no, one more depressing thing about poor countries.” - Pulitzer Center grantee Joanne Silberner on writing the #globalcancer series. Read the series here: http://bit.ly/yFFCN0 Image by Jacqueline Koch, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research. Uganda, 2011.
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December 4
Prostate cancer's variable mortality rates around the world.
View our interactive map and global cancer reporting series, produced in collaboration with PRI's The World http://bit.ly/globalcancer
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December 4
Learn more http://bit.ly/globalcancer1
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December 3
Already the number one cause of death in China, the death toll from smoking is expected to triple by 2050. http://bit.ly/globalcancer1
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December 3
Cancer is sometimes thought as a disease of affluence, but 70% of cancer deaths are in low-to-middle income countries. Visit our interactive map to explore cancer incidence and mortality around the world. http://bit.ly/globalcancer
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November 30
Event Monday Dec 3 2-4pm: Come hear a panel discussion about social media and violence against women at the School of Media & Public Affairs (SMPA) at The George Washington University with Half the Sky by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, Circle of 6 + HollaBack! + our social media editor! http://bit.ly/Sl34Tf — at The George Washington University.
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Pulitzer Center Social Media Editor Caroline D'Angelo is part of a session on "The Role of Media and Social Media in Preventing Violence Against Women and Girls" on Monday, December 3 at The George Washington University's Jack Morton Auditorium. Caroline will discuss the Center's use of social media...
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November 30
In honor of World AIDS Day, explore our award-winning Live.Hope.Love multimedia website on HIV/AIDS in Jamaica. http://livehopelove.com/ Share Hope and Love.
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November 30
Despite a recent growth in awareness of the dangers of overwork, Japanese workers increasingly work longer hours because of the fear of losing jobs and a shortage of manpower. Excessive overwork causes mental health illnesses such as depres...See More
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November 29
In Japan, a hostess is a young woman who entertains men at bars or clubs. Customers pay large sums of money to these women for pleasure of their company, i.e. for flirting but not sex. Once frowned upon, the hostess job has been gaining pop...See More
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November 29
Colombian warships continue to ply Nicaragua's newly acquired Caribbean waters, in open defiance of the world court's ruling. But without Colombia's navy, can Nicaragua manage to fight drug trafficking off its coast? Read the story here http://bit.ly/Ssx9kY Image by Juan Velasquez. Nicaragua, 2012.
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November 29
Are you a disposable worker? In Japan, a third of workers are in unstable temp jobs and there are approximately 10,000 work-related suicides a year. Photojournalist Shiho Fukada wants to know your stories about disposable work and your thoughts on how we can make work better. Comment here or on http://bit.ly/disposedJPN​. Image by Shiho Fukada. Japan, 2012.
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November 28
What's the cost of Big Palm Oil? http://bit.ly/TrhZdo Photo and story by Jason Motlagh. Malaysia, 2012.
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November 28
Join PRI's The World's Facebook Cancer Chat on Dec 5 from 10am-4pm to hear from experts around the world and reporter (and grantee) Joanne Silberner talk about cancer in the developing world.
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November 26
The first crop of Turkish students arrived in Russia to learn Russian and nuclear engineering last fall. What will come of Turkey's nuclear flirtation with Russia? http://bit.ly/YjqsWb Image by James Hill. Russia, 2012.
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