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Whale Wars, Paul Watson and The Sea Shepherds Interview: Protecting the World’s Oceans
Last Friday, the new season of Whale Wars started on Animal Planet where Paul Watson and the Sea Shepherds crew are once...
Ja A. Jahannes: Piracy Off Somalia - An Analysis with Dr. Mohamed Mukhtar
Dr. Mohamed Mukhtar is a distinguished academician, author and scholar. He is Professor...
Ja A. Jahannes: Tribute Poem For Gil Scott-Heron
Gil Scott-Heron was a poet in touch with the madness of the world and the sanity...
Freedom of the Web at Risk in Italy, Copyright to Hide Censorship
The deliberation 668/2010 of the Italian Authority for Communications Guarantees...
Argentina, On Its Way To Legalize The Consumption of Some Drugs
The legalization to consume some drugs in Argentina has generated a great polemic...
Lars Von Trier at Cannes 2011 –The End of the World?
Widely acknowledged as provocative and fairly enigmatic, Lars Von Trier was the first...
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Riots in Britain Spread Across The Country
The riots in Britain that began in London last weekend has spread throughout the country...
New Strike to The Russian Neo-Nationalists Violence
On July 11, the Moscow City Court handed down 12 sentences for the murder rampage...
London Riot Followed Protest Over Police Shooting
It has been a dramatic weekend in Tottenham, north London, where the gathering of around...
Bachmann Vs. Pawlenty: GOP Debates
The Republican presidential debate on Thursday involved lively exchanges moderated...
Borders Closing By September
After struggling to survive Chapter 11 bankruptcy since February, Borders officially...
NY LGBT community can finally “say I do”
History was made in New York, on June 24., after the New York Senate passed a bill...
Australia, High Suicide Rates Among Asylum Seekers
Officials in Canberra have announced a probe into the high number of suicide and self-harm...
China Train Disaster Sparks Anger over Alleged Cover-up
At least 38 people died while more than 200 were injured when two bullet trains collided...
LGBT in Thailand: Tolerated or Accepted?
It is believed that Thailand is the home of LGBT people in the world. This status...
Jose Mujica, Uruguay Re-Opening 80 Cases of Human Rights...
Uruguay is taking steps toward righting many wrongs committed during the tumultuous...
Hugo Chávez Is Back!
Hugo Chavez is back to Caracas after his cancer operation in Cuba one day before...
The "Pelvic Abscess" That Keeps Hugo Chavez Admitted.
Hugo Chávez remains admitted in Cuba due to his medical issues caused during an official...
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