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Palestinian child with leukemia medically neglected in Israeli prison

FEB. 13, 2017

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RAMALLAH (Ma’an) — The medical condition of 15-year-old Ahmad al-Khadour has seriously deteriorated while being held in Israel’s Ofer detention center, according to a lawyer for the Palestinian Committee of Prisoners’ Affairs, Luay Ukka. 104 more words

The Muslim Times

My cyber is now protected. But against what?

As much as I like Avast Antivirus, and after some getting used to I’m also starting to like Avast SafeZone browser (with a few horrid exceptions, like the handling of shortcuts and colors, and the annoying fact that when you launch one instance of the browser it launches 8 separate processes) 193 more words

IT

The notorious IPS

Across Indonesian high schools, tenth grade students choose to study an emphasis area that will (hopefully) prepare them for university. Students can choose from two focus areas: IPA (sciences focusing on biology and chemistry) or IPS (social sciences focusing on geography, history and economics.) The classes are then broken up based on student preferences, and generally followed throughout the rest of their SMA careers. 329 more words

Indonesia

IDS vs IPS

Both intrusion detection system (IDS) and intrusion prevention system (IPS) are important considerations from a computer security perspective. The goal for the (IDS) is to  50 more words

Cybersecurity

Pacific Islanders Fear for Future Amidst Trump’s Climate Rhetoric

by Aurora Brachman

The future of Pacific Island nations requires the United States solidarity on climate change action to protect people in vulnerable developing nations from the environmental destruction they imminently face. 379 more words

Climate Change

Building a Brain in the Lab - Scientific American

Building a Brain in the Lab
https://www.ScientificAmerican.com/article/building-a-brain-in-the-lab/ Nice summary of the development of organoids & their promise for personalized treatments

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