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"From Friedman to Obama: Controversial Nobel laureates", “Inside the Indian village where a mob killed a man for eating beef”, “Two thirds of EU states reject GMO crops, file cultivation opt-out requests”

October 5 2015, 12:48

dw.com. "From Friedman to Obama: Controversial Nobel laureates" - Nobel Prizes have divided public opinion and generated debate ever since their launch in 1901. Ahead of this week's prize announcements, DW looks at some of the more controversial moments in Nobel history.

theguardian.com. “Inside the Indian village where a mob killed a man for eating beef"- In Bishara, near Delhi, fear and tension are both on the rise as India's nationalist right and its Muslim minority live uneasily together. The minister has arrived. The motorcade fills the unpaved street. Policemen who were slumbering in the early autumn midday heat stir, straighten, then spring into action, clearing the way with their canes for this most important visitor. Mahesh Sharma, India's minister of culture, is preceded by a small aide in a purple shirt and followed by a large grey-suited bodyguard.

rt.com. “Two thirds of EU states reject GMO crops, file cultivation opt-out requests"- Two thirds of EU states have requested to be allowed to ban the growing of genetically modified crops in their countries, choosing the “opt-out" clause of a European Commission rule that allows members to override EU-wide GMO approvals. Nineteen European Union member states have requested opt-outs from the acculturation of genetically-modified crops for all or part of their territory, the European Commission announced.




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