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On My Mind: Hook-ups & Pics

The Right to Choose: “to send a Pic or to not send a Pic.”

Suddenly single at 40,  I chose to delve into the contemporary culture of my geographic location.  429 more words


Is Non-Violence Still the Answer?

Is it safe to ask ourselves that question now? It would almost seem that in every corner of the globe, the world is being torn to shreds by hatred and malice. 92 more words

Son Sentenced to Six Years in Prison, Mother Writes Open Letter Condemning Presiding Judge

September 01, 2014 | By a Minghui correspondent from Liaoning Province, China

(Minghui.org) One week after a closed-door trial, Mr. She Yue was  306 more words

Falun Dafa

Mr. Zhang Lei Released then Immediately Arrested Again

September 01, 2014 | By a Minghui correspondence from Liaoning Province, China

(Minghui.org) Police have been arbitrarily arresting practitioners ever since the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) persecution of Falun Dafa began in July 1999. 151 more words

Falun Dafa

Lev Tahor: All Is Not Right in Paradise

It seems that there is trouble in paradise for Lev Tahor. After fleeing Quebec in the middle of the night last December for Chatham-Kent, and then defying a court order not to leave the Chatham area, the cult any way fled to the idyllic village of San Juan de Laguna, Guatemala where they sought refuge. 844 more words

Deal finally ends Kratie row

By Pech Sotheary, The Phnom Penh Post, 01 September 2014

Under growing pressure from Prime Minister Hun Sen, the government on Saturday offered official land titles to hundreds of Kratie villagers, putting an end to their long-running dispute with a South Korean agricultural company. 323 more words

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Monks ‘face defrocking’ after protesters pour in

By May Titthara, The Phnom Penh Post, 01 September 2014

Two monks who invited scores of provincial land-rights protesters into their pagoda in the capital have been threatened with defrocking, the pagoda’s chief monk said yesterday. 324 more words

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