NEWS 16.March.2016

An artificial earthquake reportedly occurred in North Korea on Wednesday. South Korea’s Meteorological Administration (KMA) said a 2.2-magnitude tremor was detected in an area some 34km southeast of the capital of Pyongyang at around 12:30pm, Yonhap reported. The depth of the seismic center was only about 1km, and the quake seems to have been caused by some sort of blasting work, meteorologists say. “The quake is not believed to be the result of a nuclear test, considering its location or magnitude,” according to a KMA source. 

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Disabled people account for 1 in 3 of all excessive force claims against police – study
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UK Justice Secretary Michael Gove warned of a resurgence in anti-Semitism across Europe as he spoke out against the anti-Israel boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement, arguing the campaign “indulges prejudice rather than fighting it.”

Speaking at an international conference on anti-Semitism in Berlin, Gove decried the BDS as prejudiced and accused the movement of using apartheid techniques.

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‘Begging for a tampon’: Tory tax forces women to use newspapers & socks, claims charity
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India said that US agricultural biotechnology corporation Monsanto is free to leave the Indian market and lose its 90 percent dominance if it does not want to accept the government-imposed price and royalty cuts for its genetically modified cotton seeds.

“It’s now upon Monsanto to decide whether they want to accept this rate or not,” Sanjeev Kumar Balyan, the junior agriculture minister, told Reuters. “If they don’t find it feasible, then they are free to take a call. The greed (of charging) a premium has to end.”  

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