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South Korea Would Retaliate Against North Korea Attacks

On Tuesday 23, the president Lee Myung-bak of South Korea gave the order to his military officials to punish North Korea for its attacks, stating that is necessary to stop the communist regime from performing any additional provocation. “The provocation this time can be regarded...
Posted On 23 Nov 2010
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Ratzinger Partially Approves Condom Use

Pope Benedict XVI said in his interview with Peter Seewald—a journalist who recently published those interviews in his book “The Pope, the church and the signs of time. A conversation with Pope Benedict XVI”—that the use of condoms is justified in “some cases”. “There could be...
Posted On 23 Nov 2010
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Cambodia Stampede Claims 378 Victims

During the Water Festival on Phom Penh, Cambodia, a human stampede killed 378 civilians, who died smashed and suffocated by the sheer number of people that panicked when several members of the throng were electrocuted while celebrating on the bridge that connects the small island...
Posted On 23 Nov 2010
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Google Has 2076 Job Offers

“We’ve been intensifying our recruitment and the number of job offers over the past year,” wrote Jordan Newman, a spokesman for Google—its main office is located in Mountain View, CA— in its official corporate blog. According to a Reuters article, the giant...
Posted On 23 Nov 2010
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New Act Protects Vulnerable Immigrants in Canada

On November 19, the Canadian government introduced the Preventing Trafficking, Abuse and Exploitation of Vulnerable Immigrants Act. The new law would protect vulnerable foreign workers, such as exotic dancers, waitresses who run the risk of becoming victims of human traffickin...
Posted On 23 Nov 2010
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