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Miss Universe is taunted by racists on Social Networks

The Coronation of the Angolan Leila Lopes as the new Miss Universe 2011, has unleashed a wave of racist abuse through different social networks, the comments even compared her with monkeys (” King Kong’s daughter.”) The insulting comments, written in Portuguese and...
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Attorneys Campaign to Arrest the Pope

A campaign to arrest the Pope for covering up sexual abuse of minors by priests when he makes his arrival to Britain has been organized by a group of lawyers. Richard Dawkins, an activist group leader, said the goal is to suspend the planned papal visit to the UK next September,...
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Al Qaeda Spreads Video On Favor of the 11-S Attacks

During the tenth anniversary of the 11-S attacks made by the terrorist group Al Qaeda. A video with new footage showed their deceased leader Osama Bin Landen as well as a message from his successor Ayman Al Zawahiri. The video was uploaded to Internet today in the North American...
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Water Resources Act: Cordero announces pre-legislative plebiscite

Fernando Cordero, president of the National Assembly, schedule the pre-legislative plebiscite and announced that he expects to approve the reforms to the Organic Law of the Legislative Branch (LOFL) before October 9. Once approved the LOFL reforms, Cordero hopes that by October...
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Pop Art pioneer, Richard Hamilton, dies at 89

The british pop artist Richard Hamilton, best known by his 1956 collage featuring a body builder and a tin of ham, died at the age of 89 of a short illness. “The art world has lost one of its leading lights,” said the Gagosian Gallery. Days before he died, Hamilton was working on...
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A Book Compiles Jacqueline Kennedy’s Unpublished Conversations

“Please do not send me somewhere else. If something happens we will be here with you,” these were the words of Jacqueline Kennedy to her husband John F. ex U.S. Kennedy to ask him not to send her away from the White House during the Cuban missile crisis that...
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Us Open: Djokovic Defeats Nadal and Wins Championship Title

After four consecutive hours of match, the number one tennis player, Serbian Novak Djokovic became the new champion of U.S. Open in Flushing Meadows, after beating his Spanish rival Rafael Nadal (6-2, 6-4 , 6-7, 6-1). U.S. Open distributed $22 million in prizes and Djokovic...
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Kabul Militants Attack U.S. Embassy

During the Tuesday afternoon several militants made a coordinated attack against the U.S. embassy and NATO headquarters in Kabul. The strike was made with firing rockets and assault rifles. The U.S. embassy informed that there are some casualties and wounded in the Police ranks,...
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Photo Gallery: Miss Universe 2011

The Angolan Leila Lopes was crowned Miss Universe 2011 yesterday, in the last part of the contest held in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo. Miss Universe gathered candidates from 89 different countries of the five continents. Lopes, 25, is the successor to the Mexican Ximena...
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FASINARM: 45 years Promoting Respect For Diversity in Ecuador

By: Ma. Fernanda Soria @mafersoria Every day, thousands of parents around the world receive the news that their babies were born with an intellectual disability, one of the most common cases is the Down syndrome. There are different reactions in parents as soon as they know the...
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