Amnesty For Jailed Protest Leaders In Venezuela Rejected
Amnesty For Jailed Protest Leaders In Venezuela Rejected Amnesty For Jailed Protest Leaders In Venezuela Rejected

Amnesty For Jailed Protest Leaders In Venezuela Rejected The Venezuelan government has dismissed calls by the opposition for an amnesty for jailed protest leaders.

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Florida House Passes Bill Making It Easier For People To Arm Themselves During A Natural Disaster

CREDIT: Shutterstock “The bells of liberty are surely ringing throughout Florida today.” said state Rep.

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Parliament Finally Overturns Audit Office Act Veto

The Bulgarian Parliament voted against President Plevneliev’s veto on amendments to the Audit Office Act.

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South Sudan: Rebels Accuse Egypt of Supplying Arms Govt

[Sudan Tribune]Addis Ababa -The SPLM/A in Opposition rebel group led by former vice-president Riek Machar has accused the Egyptian government of providing military support to the South Sudanese government.

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University of Southern Maine, Facing Organized Opposition from Students and Facu…

University of Southern Maine, Facing Organized Opposition from Students and Faculty, Rescinds Proposed Cuts April 2014 Archives – naked capitalism www.nakedcapitalism.com This is somewhat embarrassing, isn’t it?It seems we can’t find what you’re looking for. Perhaps searching can help.Search for:

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Way Down in Venezuela, Capital Won’t Let the People Go

It was shortly after Moses’s encounter with the Burning Bush that God promised to take the people of Israel to the land of milk and honey. God, who could be extremely cryptic in his explanations (“I am that I am”), did not beat around the bush – of the either burning or extinguished variety – when it came to capturing his audience. For that reason, he did not offer  houris  (which might lose their charm in a few weeks) or freedom and democracy (which can ring hollow on an empty stomach) but two simple use-values: milk and honey

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Plevneliev, Democrats to Discuss Extraordinary Situation in Bulgaria

Leaders of Bulgarian Reformist Bloc, a coalition of democrats, will meet with President Rosen Plevneliev to discuss the extraordinary situation the country is facing.

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Kyrgyzstan: Opposition turn ire on President Atambayev
Kyrgyzstan: Opposition turn ire on President Atambayev Kyrgyzstan: Opposition turn ire on President Atambayev

Video ID: 20140410 040 M/S Opposition rally W/S Activists sitting in front of a banner M/S Activists wearing a traditional Kyrgyzstan hat W/S Opposition rall…

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Remembering former Finance Minister Jim Flaherty

Jim Flaherty, who so very recently retired as Finance Minister, has died, today on Thursday, April 10, in Ottawa of what is reported to have been a massive heart attack. Parliament suspended its proceedings on Thursday afternoon on receiving the news.  Members from all parties have expressed shock at the sudden death of the 64-year old Conservative politician. Official Opposition Leader Tom Mulcair was in tears.

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Venezuela: The “US-funded Fake” Revolution Will Not Be Tweeted

  After over a month of violence explicitly aimed at ousting the Maduro government, major media outlets and governments in the North Atlantic are blind to the bad faith of the opposition. Comparisons by right-wing think tanks of contemporary Venezuela to the “Dirty Wars” of the 1970s in the Southern Cone obscure past and present U.S.

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