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Dying Cattle Stranded at Sea

The ship has been refused permission to dock at a number of ports, including in Egypt, due to the large number of dead and dying animals.

(RIO DE JANEIRO / CAIRO) - Compassion has been informed of a horrific situation unfolding near Eritrea. Right now, thousands of cattle are dead or dying, stranded on a converted cargo ship in the Red Sea.

The recently converted livestock vessel Gracia Del Mar is carrying cattle from Brazil to Egypt. Reports suggest that one of the ship’s engines has broken down and this has led to ventilation failure resulting in extreme suffering and the death of many animals.

Read Full Article (Feb-12-2012 14:46)

Brazil`s Belo Monte Hydroelectric Plant Threatens 40,000

Brazil's president approves construction of massive plant in virgin Amazon forest.

(SALEM) - chief of the Kayapo Local tribes believe construction of the massive Belo Monte hydroelectric power plant on the Xingu River in Brazil's northern region continues, water levels will eventually flood 40,000 human beings from their homes.

Read Full Article (Apr-28-2011 16:59)

Cultures of Resistance Movie Debuts

As an activist, Iara has collaborated with numerous grassroots efforts

(NEW YORK) - Cultures of Resistance The Cultures of Resistance feature documentary is rolling out this month across the United States, with premiere screenings in New York, Chicago, Boston, and LA.

Does each gesture really make a difference? Can music and dance be weapons of peace? In 2003, on the eve of the Iraq war, director Iara Lee embarked on a journey to better understand a world increasingly embroiled in conflict and, as she saw it, heading for self-destruction.

Read Full Article (Sep-25-2009 15:37)

UN Security Council Says Security of Brazilian Embassy in Honduras Must be Ensured

Council members stressed the importance of respecting international law through preserving the inviolability of the Embassy.

(NEW YORK) - Ambassador Susan Rice The Security Council today stressed the need to ensure the security of the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa, where ousted Honduran President Jose Manuel Zelaya has taken shelter since his return to the country earlier this week.

This came after Brazil’s Foreign Minister, Celso Amorim, said that he was gravely concerned that the same people who had perpetrated the coup d’état in Honduras in June might threaten the Embassy’s inviolability to forcefully arrest Mr. Zelaya.

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