Daily Archives: November 3, 2018

TB – Return Of The Plague (Disease Documentary) – Real Stories

Published on Nov 3, 2018
Real Stories

Check out our new website for more incredible documentaries: HD and ad-free. https://goo.gl/LwMcmY The human stories behind the deadly infection TB A deadly airborne disease is making a dramatic comeback in Swaziland. Passed on by a simple cough or sneeze, TB is travelling fast and now new, multi-drug resistant variants are starting to appear all over the world. Multi-BAFTA winning film-maker Jezza Neumann creates a very intimate account of the crippling effects of MDR-TB. We witness victims from two families battling with the disease over the course of a year. We start in deep rural Swaziland near the border of South Africa. Here lives Bheki, a builder who is fanatical about football and who recently learnt that both he and his sister have MDR-TB. As time passes his sister’s condition deteriorates and Bheki starts to become increasingly depressed and suicidal.


Climate & Sea-Level Update: Digital Dispatches from a World on the Edge | EV & N 290 | CCTV




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Sea-level is rising around the globe. Governments are slow to act or, worse yet, seek to promote the expanded use of coal and continued extraction of other fossil fuels. Corporations want no action that restricts their chance to profit from the expanded use of fossil fuels.  In response, citizens and scientists are responding to government obstruction and corporate-sponsored misinformation campaigns by creating digital dispatches in a series of “Climate & Sea-Level Updates” to communicate experiences and best practices around the world.

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Extraordinary scenes in Venice as city tries to function under deluge

Guardian News
Published on Oct 30, 2018

Swimmers can be seen doing laps in St Mark’s Square while diners eat pizza with their feet in water. Three days of storms and heavy rain have battered large swathes of Italy’s coastline with Venice’s restaurants, shops and famous basilica inundated with water. Around the country 11 people have died from the devastating weather.

Clandestine employment of Indians in Italy | DW Documentary (Migrant documentary)

Published on Oct 15, 2018 DW Documentary

In Italy, thousands of Indians are employed as cheap labor in the agriculture sector. It’s an exploitative system that includes human smuggling. The working conditions are inhumane. But they enable cheap vegetables in supermarkets. Some 30,000 people originally from India live in the province of Latina. Many do not have papers. Most work in one of the 10,000 local companies that produce wheat, fruit and wine. The conditions are often terrible, with working days lasting 14 hours – for three euros an hour. Many of the recruiters are themselves from India and they’ve developed a human trafficking scheme to bring more workers from India. They exploit the fact that many Indians are hoping to escape poverty at home. A report by Margherita Bettoni, Naomi Conrad and Aasim Saleem.

Let Teachers do the Teaching : DUTA

Published on Nov 3, 2018

DUTA activists along with several govt university students and professors marched on the streets of Delhi. Along with previous demands of permanency of jobs and hike in payment, they have risen to speak up against the recent MoU and HEFA that now requires the colleges to take loans to meet any needs.

How the hyperlink changed everything

Published on Nov 3, 2018

The hyperlink is the LEGO block of the internet. Here’s the bizarre history of how it came to be, as told by user experience master Margaret Gould Stewart.

Wind from the Orient

New China TV
Published on Nov 3, 2018

Wind from the Orient Shanghai will be bustling with business next week, as the city hosts China’s first import expo. Drawing more than 3,000 companies from various continents, the expo is expected to see the world’s biggest exporter in goods transformed into an even bigger buyer.

Most Expensive Midterms In History – Candidates Have Spent Roughly $5 BILLION On Races

‘MSM ignores problems but finds enemy to blame’ – English Democrat on new ‘Russian hackers’ research

Humanity has only a handful of decades to avoid a devastating ‘Hothouse Earth’

Published on Aug 15, 2018
PBS NewsHour

A study published in the Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences tells a tale of two Earths. In one, humans are able to rein in global warming, and in the other, temperatures would be irreversibly warmer than pre-industrial levels, by 4 to 5 degrees Celsius. How societies act in the next few decades could determine the trajectory of our planet.