Equatorial Guinea: Oil Lubricates Entry Into Portuguese Language Community

[IPS]Lisbon -Evidently, oil talked louder. By unanimous resolution, the Community of Portuguese Language Countries (CPLP) admitted Equatorial Guinea as a full member, in spite of the CPLP’s ban on dictatorial regimes and the death penalty.

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Fox & Friends Outraged That 911 Operators Are ‘Forced’ To Help Dying ‘Illegals”
Fox & Friends Outraged That 911 Operators Are ‘Forced’ To Help Dying ‘Illegals” Fox & Friends Outraged That 911 Operators Are ‘Forced’ To Help Dying ‘Illegals”

Fox hosts Brian Kilmeade and Steve Doocy are angry about Texan 911 Operators that respond to calls from desperate immigrants coming into America illegally. TYT Community is proud to be a part of the TYT Network. Our show features every day people,Young Turks fans, Progressives, and TYT Network Hosts talking about important social, economic, environmental and political issues

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Food-notbombs Saint Louis’ next Mutual Aid event & FoodShare will be on Saturday…

Food-notbombs Saint Louis ‘ next Mutual Aid event & FoodShare will be on Saturday, July 26th from 1-4pm at the Community Arts and Movement Project on Cherokee Street.

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Restorative justice and forgiveness

New Zealand expert shares stories at public lecture “To err is human, to forgive divine” – Alexander Pope As twilight filtered through the stained glass windows of St. Matthews United church, those gathered for a public lecture on forgiveness leaned closer together to discuss four stories about making peace. A public lecture and discussion on forgiveness and restorative justice was held Sunday at the St

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Peace in CAR and beyond: a role for civil society

Editor’s Note: This blog was written by Enough Project intern Holly Kallmeyer With a ceasefire recently signed in Brazzaville and a new U.N. mission preparing to deploy to the Central African Republic (CAR), civil society groups are seeking ways to promote local reconciliation processes and a role in encouraging peace more broadly across CAR. During or in the wake of other conflicts, civil society has helped lay the groundwork for peace in several ways, including by facilitating dialogues to build public support for reconciliation and a lasting peace agreement from a grassroots level

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The Catholic Church’s Bogus Healer and More in MuckReads Weekly

by Amanda Zamora It all began in Lafayette. When a Louisiana diocese was rocked years ago by a pedophiliac priest, a bishop came in to “heal” the community. The bishop later led the U.S.

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on 8/8 at the Atzlan Theatre Local hip-hop artists are throwing a benefit concer…

on 8/8 at the Atzlan Theatre Local hip-hop artists are throwing a benefit concert for Ryan Ronquillo… he was killed by the DPD at a friend’s funeral and the community is coming together to pay for funeral costs and legal battle. Performances by Stay Tuned, Johnny 5 of Flobots , Time, sole and Molina Speaks .

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Free Screening of Gasland 2, Thursday July 31, 6-9 pm. Marathon Community Center…

Free Screening of Gasland 2, Thursday July 31, 6-9 pm. Marathon Community Center, 2nd St NE between Ave D & Ave E, Marathon, TX

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Please fast your lunch on Monday and donate the money in person or on line at th…

Please fast your lunch on Monday and donate the money in person or on line at the OMNI website. Online donations should be designated for refugee children. This vigil is not in front of the Federal Building but at Tri Cycle Farm, with parking at Trinity United Methodist Church Fayetteville AR.

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TYT Community News & Politics 7.24.14 Full Show + Q&A
TYT Community News & Politics 7.24.14 Full Show + Q&A TYT Community News & Politics 7.24.14 Full Show + Q&A

TYT Community is proud to be a part of the TYT Network. Our show features every day people,Young Turks fans, Progressives, and TYT Network Hosts talking about important social, economic, environmental and political issues.

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