Listening to Cafe de Anatolia's Earth
✭ When disposing of disposable facemasks, clip or pull off those rubber ear-holders so as not to harm animals
✭ Palestinian teen dies after being ‘beaten by Israeli soldiers’ | Palestine | Al Jazeera https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/10/25/palestinian-teen-dies-after-assault-by-israeli-s
Doctors say he died from neck wounds consistent with being beaten.
"There were visible signs of beatings on Snobar’s neck”
The army says he fell and hit his head on a rock and wasn't beaten. Sounds like the former version is more reasonable because falling wouldn't cause neck injuries.
✭ India's Covid pandemic has created a second crisis — child trafficking - CNN https://edition.cnn.com/2020/10/24/asia/india-covid-child-trafficking-intl-hnk-dst/index.h
Jaipur, one of India's most popular tourist destinations (and site of one of the world's largest literary festivals) does an amazing job of hiding its fetid underbelly from visitors. When I think of Jaipur, it's all pretty mahals
, picturesque Rajput forts and elephants strolling down wide avenues.
✭ Russians Who Pose Election Threat Have Hacked Nuclear Plants and Power Grid - Slashdot https://yro.slashdot.org/story/20/10/24/1321248/russians-who-pose-election-threat-have-hac
The group, known to researchers as "Dragonfly" or "Energetic Bear" for its hackings of the energy sector, was not involved in 2016 election hacking. But it has in the past five years breached the power grid, water treatment facilities and even nuclear power plants, including one in Kansas...
✭ Debian Donates 10,000 Euros to Fund Free and Decentralized Livestreaming - Slashdot https://linux.slashdot.org/story/20/10/24/010213/debian-donates-10000-euros-to-fund-free-a
PeerTube (developed by Framasoft) is "the free and decentralized alternative to video platforms, providing you over 400,000 videos published by 60,000 users and viewed over 15 million times," according to its web site. But now they're exploring livestreaming, writes Debian developer Phil Hands (Slashdot reader #2,365):