Julian Assange: I may leave embassy if US government ends standoffJulian Assange has said he will not consider leaving the Ecuadorean embassy in London unless the US government drops its "immoral" investigation into WikiLeaks.Assange has been sheltering in the embassy since June as part of his attempt to avoid extradition to Sweden to face rape allegations. He... Continue Reading →
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ndv2CIkKAw&feature=youtu.be While farmers don't get a whole lot for their potatoes, in the shops they are rather expensive. In response, sales have plummeted. When farmers couldn't sell their produce, and decided to give it away rather than have it go to waste, it was the start of the potato movement: Farmers and consumers are in... Continue Reading →
Greece's 'potato movement' grows in power A growing group of grassroots activists are cutting out agricultural middlemen and connecting farmers and shoppers.