i made some sailor moon wallpapers for iphone! (idk resolution for other phones but i imagine its similar) i couldn’t find any ones i liked on the internet so enjoy! :) I might make some more. i made the brooch so please don’t use without permission (repost, claim as yours, etc)!
νομίζω δεν υπάρχει πιο ρεαλιστική απεικόνιση της σημερινής κατάστασης στην Ελλάδα. Πιείτε κι άλλο το αίμα μας ρεμάλια.Ότι και να κάνετε όμως δεν θα είστε ικανοί να μας φτάσετε σαν λαός. Για σας η λέξη μεράκι είναι άγνωστη όπως και το φιλότιμο.
UKRAINE, Donetsk : A cat is perched on a bench as a man collecting water
takes a cigarette break in Donetsk on April 18, 2015 in the
self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DNR). Detonations from
shelling are still heard with regularity around the station and airport
area in the city despite a ceasefire deal aimed to end a year of
fighting that has killed more than 6,000 people. AFP PHOTO / ODD
Violence in the Darfur
region of Sudan’s far west continues unabated. Some
450,000 persons were displaced in 2014 and another 100,000 in January 2015
alone, adding to some two million long-term internally displaced persons (IDPs)
since fighting erupted in 2003. The government remains wedded to a military
approach and reluctant to pursue a negotiated national solution that would
address all Sudan’s conflicts at once and put the country on the path of a
democratic transition. Khartoum’s reliance on a militia-centred
counter-insurgency strategy is increasingly counter-productive – not least
because it stokes and spreads communal violence. Ending Darfur’s violence will
require – beyond countrywide negotiations between Khartoum, the rebel Sudanese
Revolutionary Front (SRF) coalition and unarmed players – addressing its local
dimensions, within both national talks and parallel local processes.
“Many people imprisoned in these camps were not guilty of any crime, but were related to someone who supposedly committed a political crime. Often they have no idea what that crime was, and even children who are born in the camps are raised as prisoners because their ‘blood is guilty’.”
the human rights crisis in North Korea… there has been only one known person who has escaped from these prison camps and defected to a safe country to tell his horrifying experience in the prison camps. prisoners are overworked and are beaten sometimes to death if they cannot produce a certain amount of labor each day. the camps are reminiscent of the Nazi death camps… North Korean refugees have spoken how prisoners would receive minimal food and be living in areas with diseases, filth, and rats.
1500-year-old canals of Wari culture to be revived in attempt to solve Lima water crisis
Peru has been facing a severe water crisis as
chronic problems, such as polluted water supplies, and environmental change
combine to undermine the water security of the entire country. However, a new
plan has been put forward by Lima’s water utility company, Sedapal, to revive
an ancient network of stone canals that were built by the Wari culture as early
as 500 AD, in order to supply the population with clean, unpolluted water.