Uploaded on Jun 22, 2010
Check out the robot suit , i think this one is quite famous now , but the good news now is that its going to be mass produced so it would be sold for affordable price ,so that the elderly people would be able to walk again .
بدلة الية تساعد الانسان على رفع الاوزان الثقيلة جدا, و تساعد المعاقين و كبار السن الذين لا يستطيعون الوقوف , تساعدهم على المشي .
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Published on Jul 11, 2013
Abby Martin Breaks the Set on George Bush the Humanitarian, Heading the FBI, Solitary Confinement, and Sexual Assault in the US Military.
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EPISODE BREAKDOWN: On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin calls out the University of Denver for its outrageous decision to honor former President George W. Bush the ‘Improving the Human Condition’ award. Abby then dissects the track record of the new FBI director, James Comey, as Obama’s latest continuation of the Bush era, citing his support for indefinite detention and torture. Abby then goes over the latest updates in the ongoing hunger strike by California prison inmates, and talks to Rachel Meeropol, Senior Staff Attorney at the Center for Constitutional rights about the physical and emotional effects of solitary confinement. BTS wraps up the show with a discussion on sexual assault in the military and talks to victim, Brian Lewis, President of ‘Men Recovering from Military Sexual Trauma’ about his experience and what people can do to change rape culture in the military.
Category News & Politics
Published on Oct 10, 2012
A 2009 documentary by Adam B. Ellick profiled Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani girl whose school was shut down by the Taliban. Ms. Yousafzai was shot by a gunman on Tuesday.
Category News & Politics
Posted: 10 July 2013
The young women were heading home from college in Pakistan when terrorists firebombed their school bus, burning 14 of them alive. The survivors were rushed to the hospital, where another bomb went off, injuring their friends and the nurses who came to help.
Sometimes out of the deepest darkness come our brightest lights. In the face of this horror, 15-year-old Malala has dared to campaign for girls education in Pakistan. She was shot in the head for it last year, but she survived, and with almost 1 million of us behind her, she helped win a new government policy to put all Pakistani girls in school!
But she’s not stopping there. On Friday, Malala will speak at the UN to propose a new global goal: to put every child on the planet in school. Her request is shockingly doable — with experts saying it would cost the same as just two nuclear power plants! In the next 72 hours, let’s show world leaders that Malala has millions of us behind her as she appeals to them to act, and turn Taliban horror into powerful new hope — education for all.