Reading Time: 2 minutesLast week I saw a man kill a bee.He was sitting outside a cafe, and the bee had been minding her own business, investigating the flowers at the next table. The man rolled up the magazine he’d been reading, and gave the bee a fatal swat with it.I did not call 911, but wanted to inflict a lecture on him.
Reading Time: 3 minutesI am a consummate people watcher, but I have no desire to peek through your window. I might learn more from watching you across the subway aisle, or on the street. I wait for those moments when your mask slips, perhaps jostled by the crowd.
Reading Time: 3 minutesA victim in the late stages of the deadly Ebola virus brings to mind the dying man in Edgar Allan Poe’s story, “The Mask of the Red Death.” As Poe wrote, “Blood was its mark — the redness and the horror of blood.”Ebola is one
Source : France Télévisions, Envoyé spécial, 21-03-2019 Chaque matin, ils vont travailler, passent leur journée avec leurs collègues, leurs clients. Mais en fin de journée, ils ne rentrent pas chez eux car ils n’ont pas de logement.
Reading Time: 2 minutesOil is in the news again — as if it ever left.
Rana Ramlawi sculpts Palestinian tradition into sand.
Reading Time: 1 minuteThe greatest conservation tool ever made is grass. That’s how David Bamberger sees it after restoring 5,500 acres of overgrazed, depleted land in Texas back to a rich, biodiverse habitat.Bamberger, a former fried chicken tycoon who cashed in his chips nearly 50 years ago, used his fortune to buy the worst patch of land he could find and heal it.
Reading Time: 2 minutesThis planet is choking on plastic. You can even see it from outer space.For decades, the world has been producing billions of tons of plastic products… and then people just casually toss them out, often after only one use.
Survivors say they were barely able to leave their homes before Israel bombed them.
Reading Time: 2 minutesIn many parts of the United States, this is the most dangerous time of year, and the danger comes from the sky.This is peak tornado season.
Workers produce many delicious desserts that are coveted by the community.
Reading Time: 2 minutesWhile the number of murders and abductions of indigenous American women has dramatically increased over the past two decades, there does not seem to be a parallel increase in the desire to find out what is behind this alarming phenomenon.In order to provide an intimate look at the Native American victims in this crisis, Al Jazeera, a media network owned by the Qatar government, produced
See Nabi Saleh's ongoing resistance through Bilal Tamimi's lens.