Archive | June, 2010

Photo of the Week – A Moment in Rwanda

Photo of the Week – A Moment in Rwanda

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For most, the country of Rwanda brings to mind the 1994 genocide that killed nearly a million people in little more than 3 three months – more than 20% of the country’s population. Despite this massive humanitarian tragedy, Rwanda has done very well in rebuilding itself. In 2009, a CNN report referred to Rwanda as […]

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Top Ten Concert Tours of All-Time

Top Ten Concert Tours of All-Time

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Music is truly a universal language and a gift to the world. For many of us, music is an escape – a great way to get away from the stresses and routines of daily life. Music also carries with it the capacity to transport us back in time, when hearing a song from our past, as […]

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Jordan First

Jordan First

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From Lama J…  If you ever visit Jordan, you will definitely notice the signs in the streets that say “Jordan First”. This was the slogan launched by King Abdullah the Second a few years back as a way to promote the idea that Jordan is important to all Jordanians, and that Jordanians should work hard to […]

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Lone Tree

Lone Tree

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From Special Guest S Lynne Horton… Alone in a vast field, forgotten by the forest, Inhibited by the bursts of a violent wind, Stands a weather beaten and scarcely foilaged tree. Lacking grandeur befitting the majestic woods, Banished to wither in this forlorn field alone. Torrential rains did come and attempt to wash the tender […]

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Facebook Debauchery

Facebook Debauchery

Social networking has changed the way we communicate and more importantly, how we share ourselves with the world. The all-consuming monster that is Facebook, will soon boast a startling half a billion users worldwide and is now the platform for new millennial communication.  The result of electronic interaction is the displacement of social interaction, keeping people apart, along […]

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Top Ten Most Expensive Animated Movies

Top Ten Most Expensive Animated Movies

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Big budget Hollywood block-blusters have long set records for their astronomical production costs, but we don’t often think of animated films as being expensive. With animation being re-born under the hand of entire films being computer generated however, budgets have gone up and up. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) established a then record […]

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The Ball Rolled Round The World

The Ball Rolled Round The World

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From United States Corespondent Gibbs Burke…   GOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAALLLLLLLL!!!!! No matter what language you speak, it’s the most recognizable sound around the world and for one month every four years it’s what every fan dreams of hearing. For most Americans however, it’s a lost sport. Of course, I am talking about Football -  or soccer as we  Americans call […]

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Death of Innocents

Death of Innocents

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From Mexico Corespondent Dori Rangel… “There are side effects of the government’s fight against drug trafficking.” These were the recent words of the president of the Mexican Republic, in referring to the increased number deaths in the war on drugs. The fight against drug trafficking has not only become a national slaughter, but has also […]

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Israel’s Flotilla Attack Called For What It Is on MSNBC

Israel’s Flotilla Attack Called For What It Is on MSNBC

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We all now know media coverage from around the world collectively condemned Israel’s massacre of the Aid Flotilla headed for Gaza. Every possible organization, from The United Nations to Amnesty International, cried foul and refused to accept any form of reasoning from the Israelis for attacking ships filled with humanitarian aid in international waters. Although there are […]

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Photo of the Week – Spanish Tradition

Photo of the Week – Spanish Tradition

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The above photograph was taken in Madrid moments before the end of a Corrida de torro, otherwise known as a bullfight, a long standing tradition in Spain. Bullfighting is certainly one of the best-known-although most controversial popular Spanish traditions. While not for every-one’s taste, the tradition has roots dating back to pre-historic times. What many do not […]

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