Wednesday, May 21, 2003


From Planet Ark: "A ship full of poets, video artists, painters, photographers and composers will set sail for the Arctic next week in a bid to get British schoolchildren interested in issues like global warming."

"A new legal brief filed by the US Justice Department would roll back twenty years of judicial rulings for victims of human rights abuse." according to CorpWatch
via Unknown News

iAfrica reports: "The University of Fort Hare disassociated itself on Tuesday from apparently racist remarks made at the university's graduation ...Jongela Nojozi...singing the praises of Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe."

Friends of the Earth says: "Leaders of the G8 group of countries* have abandoned plans to announce a `Charter of Principles for a Responsible Market Economy'"

Put your money in New Zealand: "Billionaire investor George Soros is backing the New Zealand dollar - currently at five-year highs - to strengthen further against the stubbornly flaccid US greenback." from Stuff.

More wierdness from South Florida: "Custody fight for bird winds up in court"

:: Posted by pete @ 14:51