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COA Botany Professor Extends International Credentials
BAR HARBOR, Maine, July 21 -- College of the Atlantic issued the following news release:
College of the Atlantic Professor of Botany Nishanta Rajakaruna will conduct geoecological research in South Africa by invitation of a major university there.
It's his second such invitation for 2014; he also has been invited to teach seminars at the Institute of Natural Sciences of the Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia, Oct. 16-25.
Rajakaruna was invited to the School of Biological Sci . . .
Gorillas Go Global at LEGO Education
PITTSBURG, Kan., July 21 -- Pittsburg State University issued the following news release:
Brandon Brill had just accepted a new job at LEGO Education North America, and he wanted to show his family his new digs.
"My family and I came up to take a walk through the office so I could get acclimated to the place," Brill said. "Almost immediately after we stepped in and looked around, my wife said, 'This doesn't feel like Pittsburg.'"
In some ways, that's true. It's not as if global brands a . . .
Human Rights Council To Hold Special Session On The Human Rights Situation In The Occupied Palestinian Territory On 23 July
GENEVA, July 21 -- The United Nations Office at Geneva issued the following news release:
The Human Rights Council will hold its twenty-first Special Session on Wednesday, 23 July on the human rights situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem.
The President of the Human Rights Council received a letter on Friday, 18 July signed by the Permanent Representative of Egypt on behalf of the Arab Group, the Permanent Representative of Pakistan on behalf of the Organ . . .
ICAO Accident Investigation Team Begins Ukraine Assistance Mission
MONTREAL, July 21 -- International Civil Aviation Organization issued the following news release:
Accident investigation experts from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) arrived in the Ukraine over the weekend to begin assisting their Ukrainian counterparts with the official accident investigation into the loss of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17.
The ICAO experts are in the State to provide guidance on relevant aspects of the Convention on International Civil Aviation and An . . .
Obama Calls for Cooperation to Investigate Airliner Downing
WASHINGTON, July 21 -- The U.S. Department of Defense's American Forces Press Service issued the following news:
The international community is outraged by the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 and will "make sure the truth is out, and accountability exists," President Barack Obama said at the White House this afternoon.
It has been four days since Russian-backed separatists in Ukraine shot down -- reportedly with a surface-to-air missile -- the Malaysian airliner, killing nearly 300 . . .