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Occupy Wall Street Sees Mass Arrests
Saturday, hundreds of protesters who have gathered in New York’s Zuccotti Park since September 17 marched through the streets....
Quiet Places in New York City
New York City is known for its fast paced lifestyle. New Yorkers have become accustomed to what seems like never ending traffic...
Marilyn Monroe Dress Auctioned for $5.6 Million
Marilyn Monroe’s timeless white halter dress went on auction on Saturday June 18, 2011. The white dress was made famous...
Dominique Strauss-Kahn Steps Out From The International Monetary Fund
The sex assault accusations of attacking a housekeeper in a hotel room in Manhattan were too harsh for Mr. Dominique Strauss-Kahn...
Love designer handbags but can’t afford to burn that big of a hole in your pocket every time a new line is released?For...
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...
Ja A. Jahannes: Happy 50th Birthday, Peace Corps!
The Peace Corps is one of the boldest social and cultural transformation efforts...
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...
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Twitter in Spain: How to build Up a Social Movement
While Facebook and Tuenti, its Spanish equivalent, hold the duopoly of the entertainment...
Amanda Knox Verdict; Appeal to Be Decided Today
Convicted of killing her roommate Meredith Kercher in 2007, Amanda Knox, now 24, is due to hear...
Papal Mass Continues After Air Gun Shooting in Germany...
Pope Benedict XVI continued with his papal mass in Germany despite an earlier incident...
Move On, Labor Unions Back Occupy Wall Street
Occupy Wall Street gained some new members on Wednesday as some key significant groups...
Sarah Palin Finally Announces her 2012 Decision
Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin finally makes, or at least announces, her decision...
Occupy Wall Street’s Largest Day of Protests
Occupy Wall Street demonstrations attracted thousands of protesters on Wednesday...
Australian Bomb Hoaxer Sought Money
A man marched into a Sydney law office with his 12-year-old daughter claiming he had a bomb....
China Targets Hazardous Waste Dumping, Stockpiles
China’s environmental regulators say they are planning a campaign that will target...
Tainted Vinegar Suspected in 11 Deaths in China
Vinegar tainted with antifreeze is suspected of killing 11 people and sickening 120 after...
Mexico's Drug War Moves to Social Media
Using social media to report on drug cartels has become an extremely dangerous practice...
Chile Miners’ Hopes are Still on Hold
Half of the miners involved with the accident at the San Jose mine are still unemployed,...
Cholera Crisis in Haiti
On 12th January, 2010 Haiti experienced a new drama. An earthquake seven points of moment...
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