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Op-Ed News
Sorting Through the Bullshit in AmericaOne of the most salient features of our culture is that there is so much bullsh
Sorting Through the Bullshit in America
Op-Ed News / Posted 5 days ago
One of the most salient features of our culture is that there is so much bullshit. ... The realms of advertising and of public relations, and the nowadays closely related realm of politics, are replete with instances of bullshit so unmitigated that... Read more
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Missoula Independent
Non-lamentableNearly two years ago, Titus Andronicus played what can only be called a generou
Non-lamentable
Missoula Independent / Posted 6 days ago
Nearly two years ago, Titus Andronicus played what can only be called a generous gig at the VFW. In a promotional interview before that show, singer Patrick Stickles told the Missoulian that he was writing and recording a rock opera about manic... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Nicaragua pleads with US to call off executionDeath chamber. (Kiichiro Sato, AP, file) Managua - Nicaraguan officials and ac
Nicaragua pleads with US to call off execution
News 24 South Africa / Posted 8 days ago
Death chamber. (Kiichiro Sato, AP, file) Managua - Nicaraguan officials and activists called on the United States on Monday to cancel the execution in Texas later this week of Bernardo Tercero, the only Nicaraguan national on death row in the... Read more
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News.com.au
Former war zones turned into holiday paradisesWorld Travel SOME of the worst war-torn regions of the 20th century have mad
Former war zones turned into holiday paradises
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
World Travel SOME of the worst war-torn regions of the 20th century have made miraculous recoveries, transforming from places of carnage and decimation to hubs for comfort and fun. Here are some... Read more
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Independent
Nicaragua teaches a lesson in the power of micro loansHousing in Nicaragua’s capital city is a sprawling slum The mostly unpaved dirt
Nicaragua teaches a lesson in the power of micro loans
Independent / Posted 11 days ago
Housing in Nicaragua’s capital city is a sprawling slum The mostly unpaved dirt streets don’t even have names. Transport for most people is standing on the back of a truck holding on to a makeshift scaffold with 15 other people, or hanging off the... Read more
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Radio Angulo
Nicaragua: Joy at Fidel Castro's and Tomas Borge's BirthdaysThis August 13, youngsters will hold in Nicaragua several events to observe the
Nicaragua: Joy at Fidel Castro's and Tomas Borge's Birthdays
Radio Angulo / Posted 23 days ago
This August 13, youngsters will hold in Nicaragua several events to observe the 89th birthday of Fidel Castro Ruz - the Historic Header of the Cuban Revolution, and the 85th birthday of Tomas Borge - a founder of the Sandinista National Liberation... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
US lifts restrictions over seized property in NicaraguaMANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) - The United States has lifted restrictions that requir
US lifts restrictions over seized property in Nicaragua
New Jersey Herald / Posted 27 days ago
MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) - The United States has lifted restrictions that required the Nicaraguan government to seek an annual waiver to get access to international credit and bilateral assistance. A statement Wednesday from the U.S. Embassy in... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Obama in KenyaAlthough Obama behaved better in Nairobi compared to Accra, here is why I still
Obama in Kenya
AllAfrica.com / Posted 28 days ago
Although Obama behaved better in Nairobi compared to Accra, here is why I still have a bone to pick with him So finally, U.S. President Barak Obama visited his ancestral homeland of Kenya to a rousing welcome. This was understandable because for... Read more
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Washington Post
Jemera Rone, dogged human rights researcher in conflict zones, dies at 71Jemera Rone, second from left, is shown during a trip to Darfur in 2004. (Berca
Jemera Rone, dogged human rights researcher in conflict zones, dies at 71
Washington Post / Posted 28 days ago
Jemera Rone, second from left, is shown during a trip to Darfur in 2004. (Bercault/Human Rights Watch) It was the mid-1980s, at the height of a brutal civil war in El Salvador, when Jemera Rone, a young American lawyer working for a human rights... Read more

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