The Klamath Tribes and environmentalist traveled to Scotland this week for the Scottish Power shareholders meeting. Scottish Power owns the Klamath dams and have stated their intent to not allow for fish passage or dam removal for the next 50 years, despite the fact that the Klamath Salmon are facing mass extintion, and many Native American tribes on the river are dependant on Salmon. Scottish power company's shareholders meet this week to decide their future with their dams on the Klamath River.
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Interview with Celeste Zappala, Mother of Army Sgt. Sherwood R. Baker
The family of Misheel Narantsogt, the girl who was released from Dungavel after protests to take her place as Liverpool's Parade Princess, are still facing deportation.
Eight US States and NYC have filed a lawsuit against 8 large power companies under "nuisance to neighbours" provisions of US Law seeking a reduction in their carbon dioxide emissions.
The move came after negotiations broke down over how much access should be given to goods from South America.
Mercosur consists of Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay.
Officials say negotiations will start again on 9 August in Brasilia.
Union members, the unemployed, and landless activists were among several thousand marching in Sao Paulo.
President Lula da Silva has promised to create jobs and redistribute wealth.
The Brazilian economy is showing signs of recovery, but protesters say the pace of recovery is not quick enough.
Two petrol bombs have been thrown at a culture ministry building in central Athens.
There was no claim of responsibility or motive, but anarchists, who have carried out hundreds of similar attacks, are thought to be to blame.
The national Australian government has given up plans for a low-level nuclear waste dump in the South Australian desert â€“ because it feared losing marginal seats in the imminent federal election.