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Navy SEALs, bin Laden and Violent Modernism and Mysticism

Article by WorldNews.com Correspondent Dallas Darling. “Evil kills its perpetrators and oppression’s pastures are fatal.” -Osama bin Laden, “The Towers of Lebanon,” October 29, 2004. “A military helicopter crashed in Afghanistan killing 31 U.S. special operation troops, most of them from the elite Navy SEALs unit that killed al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden…most crashes have been attributed to pilot errors ...

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Fed sparks late-day stock market rally on Tuesday – Examiner.com

Fed sparks late-day stock market rally on TuesdayExaminer.comThe stock market was determined to have a good day on Tuesday. After Monday's epic nosedive (the worst since December 1, 2008) the market was perfectly content to ignore a disappointing r...

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Insurance forum in T&T on people with HIV – Stabroek News

Insurance forum in T&T on people with HIVStabroek NewsBy Stabroek staff | 0 Comments | Local | Wednesday, August 10, 2011 The Pan Caribbean Partnership against HIV and AIDS in partnership with the Insurance Association of the Caribbean (IAC), the P...

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Famine refugees facing rape threat

Marauding gangs and criminals are attacking Somali famine refugees more frequently as they flee across the border to Kenyan camps, but Kenyan police say they do not have enough manpower to stop them. The lack of manpower underscores a larger problem for Kenya: officials say they are being overwhelmed by the influx of tens of thousands of Somali refugees, and ...

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Brazil President Faces Another Scandal Within

News Americas, RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, Weds. Aug. 10, 2011: Brazil’s President, Dilma Rousseff, is facing another scandal within her cabinet, this time her deputy tourism minister. Deputy Tourism Minister Frederico Silva da Costa and 37 other officials from the ministry have been arrested on corruption charges as police allege they conspired to divert public money for private gain. The ...

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Chilean Students Clash With Police

News Americas, SANTIAGO, Chile, Weds. Aug. 10, 2011: Students in Chile are clashing with police there as they demand changes to the country’s education system. Masked protesters fought pitched battles in the city center with police who fired water cannon and tear gas much like the scene in London this week. Students say the current system is under-funded and unequal ...

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Colombian Football Coach Quits Over Abuse Scandal

News Americas, BOGOTA, Colombia, Weds. Aug. 10, 2011: Colombian national football coach, Hernan Dario “Bolillo” Gomez has called it quits. Gomez resigned amidst criticism that he hit a woman he was with over the weekend. Eyewitnesses account had claimed they saw Gomez leave a Bogota bar Saturday night after allegedly drinking half a bottle of liquor. They said he started ...

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One Love For Water

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Aug. 10, 2011: The Bob Marley Family has pitched in to help bring clean, safe drinking water to developing nations. Charity:Water helps fund over 1,400 projects in Ethiopia and hundreds of thousands more all over the world. The projects the non-profit helps in Ethiopia include bringing clean, safe water to over 1,300 villages, 12 ...

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Canada PM Looks At Expanding Economic Ties With Brazil

News Americas, BRASILIA, Brazil, Weds. Aug. 10, 2011: Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper wants to hear about opportunities to expand economic ties between Canada and Brazil. The PM on Tuesday joined business leaders from major Canadian companies who conduct business in Brazil for a roundtable to discuss business prospects between the two countries. “I am here today to listen to ...

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