dw.de. “Greenpeace: GMO food law has flaws” - As the European Parliament grants EU countries greater individual freedom over the use of genetically modified (GM) crops, DW talks to Greenpeace EU agriculture policy director, Marco Contiero for his view.
“France arrests dozens of people for hate speech” - Authorities in France have arrested dozens of people for condoning terrorism since last week's attack on the magazine Charlie Hebdo. Among those targeted by prosecutors was controversial French comedian Dieudonne.
runt.com. "77 Photos Guaranteed To Restore Your Faith In Humanity" - Spending a lot of time on the internet can really drain your general opinion of humanity at large. Fortunately, we’re not all cruel beasts. Enjoy these seventy-seven photos that will restore your faith in humanity.
abcnews.com. “How Cold Weather Can Help You Lose Weight Without Exercising” - Turning down the thermostat may not only help you save on your heating bill, it also could be the secret to losing weight. Research published last year in the journal Cell Metabolism compared the calorie burn in subjects as they exercised in a 65 degree lab and then lay down on a bed chilled to 53 degrees until they started shivering.
bnews.kz. “Kazakhstan citizens occupied in the nuclear power sphere will be insured” - Deputies of Majilis of Parliament of Kazakhstan considered the bill "On Use of Atomic Energy", one of which innovations demands from the enterprises occupied in the sphere of nuclear power to insure the employees. The bill, according to the vice-Minister of Energy of Kazakhstan Bakytzhan Dzhaksaliyev who submitted it, is executed by the Ministry of Energy of Kazakhstan according to the plan of legislative works of the government of the Republic of Kazakhstan for 2014.