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The Diplomat Artist Buzz on new non-permanent Security Council members & methodology for selection – Read More –
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New Yorkers Take to the Streets to Promote AIDS Awareness
Diplomat Artist Buzz: Grassroots global citizen action to raise funds and AIDS awareness
http://diplomatartist.com/new-yorkers-take-to-the-streets-to-promote-aids-awareness/

Some Rohingya Muslims who have reached Thailand speak of being taken to smugglers’ camps in the jungles or hills near Thailand-Malaysia border kept for months in overcrowded camps & sometimes even cages until families could pay for their release, according to UNHCR.
http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=48003#.U5cYQy-BG2k

For Myanmar Muslim Minority, No Escape from Brutality

For Myanmar Muslim Minority, No Escape from Brutality – Saturday, NY Times
No, this is not a holding pen for pigs but camp used by traffickers for Rohingya fleeing by boat – Thailand is the way station where the Rohingya, denied citizenship in Myanmar by national law, arrive on fishing boats.

Watch Film Report: MIGRANTS IN PICTURES
Universal plight & obstacles faced by migrants: “A Positive Image” of migrant workers in Thailand is a photo contest & exhibition under Saphan Siang (Bridge of Voices) Campaign. Campaign aims to promote better understanding between Thais & migrants, to raise awareness on positive contribution migrant workers make to Thailand’s economy, & to share often positive experience  migrant workers have in Thailand. –WATCH–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/movie/migrants-in-pictures/31048Image

ECOLOGY-DIPLOMAT Blog Report: EDIBLE INSECTS & “FOODS OF POOR” RICH FOR NUTRITION/HEALTH, By Ambassador Mo
Denigrated by some as “foods of the poor” or “forgotten foods,” indigenous & traditional foods can play an important role in stemming the tide of hunger, malnutrition & a dangerous decline in biodiversity. –More–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/edible-insectsfoods-of-poor-rich-for-nutritionhealth/53656Image