Cowboys and Indians have teamed up to protest the Keystone XL line in our nation…

Cowboys and Indians have teamed up to protest the Keystone XL line in our nations’s capitol. They are betting that this will get your attention. It needs to

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UN mission in South Sudan condemns ethnic killings in Bentiu

Source: UN News Service Country: South Sudan 21 April 2014 – Opposition forces in South Sudan killed “hundreds of South Sudanese and foreign civilians” after determining their ethnicity or nationality when they captured Bentiu last week, the United Nations confirmed today, calling for an immediate stop to the targeting of “innocent, unarmed” civilians. The United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) strongly condemned the killings, which reportedly included attacks on a hospital, mosque and church, and a UN World Food Programme (WFP) compound. “These atrocities must be fully investigated and the perpetrators and their commanders shall be held accountable,” said the Officer in Charge of UNMISS, Raisedon Zenenga, who also urged the opposition Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) forces and the Government troops to respect the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement they signed in January

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Ex-Journalist Barekov: ‘One More MP to Leave GERB’

The journalist-turned-politician Nikolay Barekov, who leads the Bulgaria without Censorship party, announced “one more lawmaker” was to quit center-right GERB on Tuesday. At a pre-election event in the south-eastern village of Chelopechene, Barekov did not specify which MP was to leave the ranks of GERB.  His words were later repeated in his party’s press release to the media

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(HG) Write to your MEP:

(HG) Write to your MEP: Take back the power! secure.waronwant.org Make trade work for people and planet. This is a key time to demonstrate our opposition to trade deals which are giving more and more power to big business at the expense of people and the environment.

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A Korean Year of Love and Sorrow: The Culture, Politics & Economy of South Korea (1990)
A Korean Year of Love and Sorrow: The Culture, Politics & Economy of South Korea (1990) A Korean Year of Love and Sorrow: The Culture, Politics & Economy of South Korea (1990)

The Sixth Republic began in 1987 and remains the current republic of South Korea. It started with the election of Roh Tae-woo as president for the 13th presidential term in the first direct presidential election in 16 years.

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Wildrose tells Craig Chandler to get lost; Tories might be smart to do the same

If Alberta’s Progressive Conservative Party leaders were smart, they’d quickly find a way to send the same message to Craig B. Chandler he just got from Opposition Leader Danielle Smith.

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Venezuela in crisis as Maduro limps to a year in power

A year after promising to continue Hugo Chavez’s legacy, Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro is struggling to lead an oil-rich country plagued by economic crisis, violent protests, and rampant crime. Maduro, the self-proclaimed “son” of iconic leader Chavez, was narrowly elected after Chavez died from cancer and was sworn in April 19, 2013, pledging to carry on his mentor’s socialist legacy

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“Bring the Bottle”: Youth Activists Behind Bars in Azerbaijan

Political demonstration in Azerbaijan.

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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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