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newsweek:

Biggest rises and falls in the 2014 World Press Freedom Index
The 2014 World Press Freedom Index spotlights the negative impact of conflicts on freedom of information and its protagonists. The ranking of some countries has also been affected by a tendency to interpret national security needs in an overly broad and abusive manner to the detriment of the right to inform and be informed. This trend constitutes a growing threat worldwide and is even endangering freedom of information in countries regarded as democracies. Finland tops the index for the fourth year running, closely followed by Netherlands and Norway, like last year. At the other end of the index, the last three positions are again held by Turkmenistan, North Korea and Eritrea, three countries where freedom of information is non-existent. Despite occasional turbulence in the past year, these countries continue to be news and information black holes and living hells for the journalists who inhabit them. This year’s index covers 180 countries, one more than last year. The new entry, Belize, has been assigned an enviable position (29th). Cases of violence against journalists are rare in Belize but there were some problems: defamation suits involving demands for large amounts in damages, national security restrictions on implementation of the Freedom of Information Act and sometimes unfair management of broadcast frequencies.  
SOURCE: Reporters Without Borders

newsweek:

Biggest rises and falls in the 2014 World Press Freedom Index

The 2014 World Press Freedom Index spotlights the negative impact of conflicts on freedom of information and its protagonists. The ranking of some countries has also been affected by a tendency to interpret national security needs in an overly broad and abusive manner to the detriment of the right to inform and be informed. This trend constitutes a growing threat worldwide and is even endangering freedom of information in countries regarded as democracies. Finland tops the index for the fourth year running, closely followed by Netherlands and Norway, like last year. At the other end of the index, the last three positions are again held by Turkmenistan, North Korea and Eritrea, three countries where freedom of information is non-existent. Despite occasional turbulence in the past year, these countries continue to be news and information black holes and living hells for the journalists who inhabit them. This year’s index covers 180 countries, one more than last year. The new entry, Belize, has been assigned an enviable position (29th). Cases of violence against journalists are rare in Belize but there were some problems: defamation suits involving demands for large amounts in damages, national security restrictions on implementation of the Freedom of Information Act and sometimes unfair management of broadcast frequencies.  

SOURCE: Reporters Without Borders

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ilovemiami:

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ilovemiami:

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porkmagazine:

I THINK MOST PEOPLE WOULD BE GREATLY SERVED BY A GOOD SMASH INTO AN ARCADE GAME SCREEN.

porkmagazine:

I THINK MOST PEOPLE WOULD BE GREATLY SERVED BY A GOOD SMASH INTO AN ARCADE GAME SCREEN.

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thefreelioness:

CNN asks "When Can a Government Kill Its Own People?" but the answer has already been given: whenever it wants to and those accountable will be re-elected anyway.
R.I.P. Abdulrahman al-Awlaki. He would have been 18 years old last September. Abdulrahman was killed alongside his 17-year old cousin by a U.S. drone strike on October 14, 2011. He and his father were both U.S. citizens killed by drone strikes. Abdulrahman’s murder has been called a “mistake” by the government, but no one has been held accountable for the loss of his life.

thefreelioness:

CNN asks "When Can a Government Kill Its Own People?" but the answer has already been given: whenever it wants to and those accountable will be re-elected anyway.

R.I.P. Abdulrahman al-Awlaki. He would have been 18 years old last September. Abdulrahman was killed alongside his 17-year old cousin by a U.S. drone strike on October 14, 2011. He and his father were both U.S. citizens killed by drone strikes. Abdulrahman’s murder has been called a “mistake” by the government, but no one has been held accountable for the loss of his life.

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urbexjoker:

time for reflection

urbexjoker:

time for reflection

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geoffrox:

“It can’t be bargained with. It can’t be reasoned with. It doesn’t feel pity or remorse or fear. And it absolutely will not stop—ever—until you are dead." | The Terminator (1984)

geoffrox:

It can’t be bargained with. It can’t be reasoned with. It doesn’t feel pity or remorse or fear. And it absolutely will not stop—ever—until you are dead." | The Terminator (1984)

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jakemalik:

 

me at school

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dogshaming:

Wiener gone wild

Mojo Jojo turned Mom’s teddy into a sex toy…and he couldn’t look less guilty.

dogshaming:

Wiener gone wild

Mojo Jojo turned Mom’s teddy into a sex toy…and he couldn’t look less guilty.

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brienneoffarts:

forthethrilloftherush:

the happiest moment in human history

My friends were joking that cat woman was all ” bruce… do we have to go to that same cafe again? I wanna try something new” and he’s all (bat man voice) “NO ALFRED MIGHT SHOW UP TODAY AND I NEED TO SMILE AT HIM!” “bruce its been 8 years” “ALFRED. MIGHT. BE. THERE.”

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When you get fly as fuck and ya plans get canceled

When you get fly as fuck and ya plans get canceled

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ancientart:

Ceramic Bird Vessel. Early 2nd millennium BC. Yorghan Tepe, Stratum V.
Courtesy & currently located at the Semitic Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Photo taken by B.Kelly.

ancientart:

Ceramic Bird Vessel. Early 2nd millennium BC. Yorghan Tepe, Stratum V.

Courtesy & currently located at the Semitic Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Photo taken by B.Kelly.

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cracked:

5 Modern Horror Scenes Ripped Out of History Books

cracked:

5 Modern Horror Scenes Ripped Out of History Books

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ancientfaces:

Whaling Ship - c. 1900s
Being a sailor is a difficult vocation, but being a whaling ship crew member circa 1900s… wow. Meet the crew of the Karoo ship from New South Wales Australia. [ Enlarged photo: Karoo Whaling Ship Crew 1900 ]

ancientfaces:

Whaling Ship - c. 1900s

Being a sailor is a difficult vocation, but being a whaling ship crew member circa 1900s… wow. Meet the crew of the Karoo ship from New South Wales Australia. [ Enlarged photo: Karoo Whaling Ship Crew 1900 ]

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