Sunday Apr 21
Global Voices Online
Venezuela: Post-Election Suspicion and Uncertainty Spark Violence
A number of clashes have occurred in some Venezuelan cities, and social networks are overflowing with accusations and angry messages on both sides of the line that, now more than ever, separates followers of Chavismo from opponents of the government.
Venezuela: a developing coup attempt - Urgent Action Needed
On Sunday April 14, Bolivarian candidate Nicolas Maduro won the Venezuelan presidential election by a narrow margin.
California Computer News
Last Neanderthals of Southern Iberia May Not Have Coexisted With Modern Humans
The theory that the last Neanderthals -- Homo neanderthalensis -- persisted in southern Iberia at the same time that modern humans -Homo sapiens- advanced in the northern part of the peninsula, has been widely accepted by the scientific community during the last twenty years.
The last Neanderthals of southern Iberia did not coexist with modern humans
The last Neanderthals had passed by southern Iberia quite earlier than previously thought, approximately 45,000 years ago and not 30,000 years ago as it has been estimated until recently.
The Globe and Mail
Spain launches housing plan for neediest eviction victims
Police stand guard as a demonstrator bangs a pot during a protest to stop evictions in Madrid Jan.