Daily Archives: September 9, 2014

U.S. offers support to fragile health systems to fight Ebola


PBS NewsHour

Published on Sep 9, 2014

The number of deaths from the worst Ebola outbreak on record has now surpassed 2,300. To combat the epidemic, the U.S. has pledged funds, research and additional medical resources. Judy Woodruff sits down with Nancy Lindborg of the U.S. Agency for International Development for a detailed look at what the U.S. is providing.

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News Wrap: CO2 levels hit record high in 2013


PBS NewsHour

Published on Sep 9, 2014

In our news wrap Tuesday, the UN’s weather agency reported that carbon dioxide in the world’s atmosphere hit a record high in 2013. The World Meteorological Organization warned that the global warming trend is accelerating. Also, Dutch authorities released initial findings on the destruction of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over Ukraine.

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Disney and Sexism

brittbower95

Uploaded on Apr 29, 2011

This video was examines sexism is Disney Princess movies. It was created in my LA101H class by Tori, Nickie, Lauren, Maura, and myself. It is NOT based on our opinions, but actual research.

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Racism and Sexism in Disney

Broken

Published on Dec 12, 2012

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Disney Racism Examples

Clayton Alexander

Uploaded on Mar 21, 2011

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Heavy Flooding in Arizona Neighborhood


Associated Press

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Published on Sep 9, 2014

Seasonal monsoon moisture combined with the remnants of Tropical Storm Norbert to dump rain throughout the Southwest on Monday. Residents were still dealing with heavy flooding especially in the Arizona neighborhood of Mesa on Tuesday. (Sept. 9)

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Suez Canal II feeds Egyptian ambitions


euronews (in English)

Published on Sep 9, 2014

Egypt has begun digging a new Suez Canal, 72 kilometres long, hoping to squeeze money from it by allowing two-way traffic on the Europe-to-Asia shipping route.

Today it takes at least 11 hours, in the single lane, with passing bays. The aim is to cut this to three hours. The alternative is to ship round the bottom of Africa, many thousands of kilometres longer.

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