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French government extends free newspaper subscription initiative

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The French government is to give all 18 to 24-year-olds a free newspaper once a week for a year as part of 600 million euro bailout for the press. The concept was originally outlined in January, when the government announced its plan to offer French teenagers a year-long subscription to the newspaper of their choice, commencing on the day of their 18th birthday. The extension of the age range... 

Obama Pledges $73 Million to Zimbabwe while the US Economy is on the verge of Total Collapse

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President Obama announced today that the United States will provide $73 million in aid to Zimbabwe, saying the economically-wracked nation has made progress since Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai entered a power-sharing arrangement with longtime President Robert Mugabe four months ago. “We’ve seen progress from the prime minister,” Obama said, after meeting with Tsvangirai in... 

Man Arrested for “muh dik” show in Memphis

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Augustus Hudgins, we need air to grow! Memphis is tops in many things. Great BBQ, Live Music, Crazy Political Leaders and Bums. Parks are full of them tainting the wooden benches with a stench of stale body odor and urine to the point that tourist, families and pets can’t enjoy many of our parks without fear of catching some sort of illness. This city is so full of panhandlers that almost every street... 

Family wants harsher punishment for driver involved in fatal accident

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Family members of an 85-year-old woman who was killed in a car accident say they are willing to forgive the other driver, but they also want him to be held accountable. Yvonne Atwood was going to her husband’s gravesite when she was killed. Last November, she was driving north on 500 East when an SUV going east on 600 South ran the light and T-boned her car. “The car spun four and a half... 

Somali security minister killed in suicide attack

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Sheik Sharif Sheik Ahmed Somalia’s national security minister and at least 24 other people were killed in a suicide attack Thursday in western Somalia, and an extremist Islamic group with alleged links to al-Qaida claimed responsibility. President Sheik Sharif Sheik Ahmed accused al-Qaida of being behind the bombing, which also killed a senior Somali diplomat. He did not offer any evidence, but... 

ANC rulled South Africa is a Nation of Rapists

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One in four South African men questioned in a survey said they had raped someone, and nearly half of them admitted more than one attack. The study, by the country’s Medical Research Council, also found three out of four who admitted rape had attacked for the first time during their teens. It said practices such as gang rape were common because they were considered a form of male bonding. The... 

Germany on the verge of censoring Internet Free Speech

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Germany is on the verge of censoring its Internet: The government – a grand coalition between the German social democrats and conservative party – seems united in its decision: On Thursday the parliament is to vote on the erection of an internet censorship architecture. The Minister for Family Affairs Ursula von der Leyen kicked off and lead the discussions within the German Federal Government... 

Israelis "beats up Palestinian children"

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An example of a Palestinian boy being beaten by the IDF randomly, for no reason at all. He broke his hand here at the wrist. Broke his hand at the wrist, broke his leg here. And started to stomp on his stomach, three times, and left… The next day I go out with him on another patrol, and the soldiers are already starting to do the same thing. – Israeli soldier describing assault by his commander... 

Jewish Group Objects to Ukrainian "Great Famine" Case

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A Jewish group in Ukraine is objecting to a criminal case brought over the “Great Famine” committed in the 1930s. The nation’s security service is pressing the case against a list of former Soviet officials accused of committing the Holodomor, which caused the deaths of millions in Ukraine in 1932-33. Most of the names on the list were Jewish. Ukrainian lawmaker Aleksandr Feldman,... 

Sarkozy jeered by Africans at a funeral

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French President Nicolas Sarkozy has been jeered in Africa while attending the funeral of President Omar Bongo in Gabon. Hundreds of people, lined up for the funeral in the capital Libreville, booed the French president as made his way to the presidential palace, yelling at him to leave the country. President Bongo, who ruled the former French colony for 41 years, died last week at the age of... 
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Sub-Saharan African population will triple by 2050

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Sub-Sahara Africans are reproducing faster than they can produce wealth, it’s because the Blacks cannot control their sexual envies. The Blacks do not think about the consequences of overpopulation, their sustainability is cause for concern, since they often seek the help of white nations, and with the Politically Incorrect mentality in our Western world, it would be inappropriate to tell them... 

Geert Wilders: EU is not Israel's friend

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Basking in the glow of his spectacular election showing in last week’s European Union (EU) vote, Geert Wilders, the head of the Dutch Freedom Party, told The Jerusalem Post in an exclusive interview on Friday that the EU is “one-sided and always against Israel,” adding that “nothing will happen” if Israel “depends on the Europeans” to stop Iran’s genocidal... 

EU conference on Migration and Integration kicks off in Berlin

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How well is Europe coping with the integration of its foreign residents? A two-day EU conference in Berlin will discuss methods to monitor migratory trends within Europe. For decades the nations of the expanded European Union, now comprising 27 countries, have wrangled over the integration of the EU’s 30 million foreign residents. The question: how to deal with those who try to enter what human rights... 

England: The Peasants are Revolting

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So far as I can tell from England, the American media gives little real coverage to events in the United Kingdom. Either events are not covered at all, or they are covered without enough context to give them meaning. I think this has been the case with the results of the European elections and the House of Commons expenses scandal that is said to have led to these election results. The European Elections Let... 

Shootings started ahead of South Africa World Cup 2010

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Farmers' wives learn how to defend themselves on a farm-attack prevention course near the Zimbabwean border in South Africa Only 70 miles from a 2010 World Cup football stadium, a farmer’s wife and a boy aged 13 learn to defend themselves with lethal weapons. They say thousands of white landowners have been killed by Zimbabwe-style marauders; their black rulers accuse them of belligerence... 
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