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Dispatch Online Dispatch Online VIDEO: Outrage over fake interpreter NELSON Mandela’s Johannesburg memorial was plagued with problems, but none causing as much of an outcry as the government’s apparent hiring of a fake sign language interpreter. Prayers sent from Mvezo small but ‘so powerful’ VILLAGERS from Mvezo joined former President Nelson Mandela’s great-grandson Mayibuye Mandela for a simple prayer service at Mvezo Great Place, the birthplace of the iconic statesman, over the weekend. Video: More problems than solutions at health Dialogue
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Holly Williams Most coverage of Ukraine events by American media is scandalously biased against Russia, rating a solid F. But from time to time glimmers of professionalism get through, as is the case with reports by Holly Williams (CBS News), who consistently gets C+ or better (see below). The Greanville Post The Greanville Post
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China Digital Times A week of legal proceedings against the New Citizens’ Movement rights and anti-corruption group culminated on Friday in the upholding of a four-year sentence against its founder, Xu Zhiyong. Xu was originally sentenced in January after being convicted of gathering a crowd to disturb public order. From Reuters’ Sui-Lee Wee: The ruling sparked fresh criticism from the United States, European Union and rights groups, though it had been expected as China’s China Digital Times
What will remain, said George, sitting in the Ramallah Cafe, is “one apartheid state: one state for two peoples where one has all of the rights, the Israelis, and one has none of the rights, the Palestinians.” As negotiations between Israeli and Palestinians leaders reach a crisis, in Ramallah, the urban reprieve and seat of President Mahmoud Abbas’s government, the breakdown passes with much apathy. Continue reading Mondoweiss | The War of Ideas in the Middle East Mondoweiss | The War of Ideas in the Middle East
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François Sinzikiramuka, perpetrator (left); Christophe Karorero, survivor. Jean Pierre Karenzi, perpetrator (left); Viviane Nyiramana, survivor. Godefroid Mudaheranwa, perpetrator (left); Evasta Mukanyandwi, survivor. Juvenal Nzabamwita, perpetrator (right); Cansilde Kampundu, survivor. Deogratias Habyarimana, perpetrator (right); Cesarie Mukabutera, survivor. François Ntambara, perpetrator (left); Epiphanie Mukamusoni, survivor. The New York Times - Breaking News, World News & Multimedia The New York Times - Breaking News, World News & Multimedia
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The Nation The bill now being pushed by the neocons and AIPAC could destroy the most promising developments in a decade. He’s not the only Republican governor who has abused his office to destroy political enemies. Oh, how we love those Republican “straight-shooters.” Ten groups that are laying the foundation for an economic justice revival. The Nation
Transition Culture Transition Culture Transition Culture has moved After eight years of frenzied blogging at this site, Transition Culture has moved to its new home. Do come and join us, but feel free to also browse this now-archived site and use the shop. Thanks for all your support, comments and input so far, and see you soon.
Retro Report | The truth now about the big stories then The Legacy of Tailhook Military sexual assault is not a new phenomenon. A second look at the Tailhook scandal in 1991 reveals what happened then. And what it all means now. “Tailhook.” It was called the worst case of sexual harassment in the U.S. Retro Report | The truth now about the big stories then
ALJAZEERA ALJAZEERA Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - The songs of the Yawanawa tribe have an honesty that seems to penetrate the soul. Adorned in impressive head dresses, the tribal leaders who arrived from Acre, in the Amazon rainforest, home to the world's richest ecosystems, ushered in the spirits to commence the tribe's annual festival. It is a rare occurrence to witness Yawanawa rituals in the modern metropolis of Rio, thousands of miles away from the home of the tribe - a parallel universe to the burgeoning metropolis. But over the final days of June, a few members of the remote community led the celebration in the outskirts of Rio on a piece of open land with rich foliage, which came close to resembling their ancestral home.
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MadCow Morning News The man who facilitated the purchase of several DC-9's for SkyWay Aircraft in St. Petersburg Florida was the company's largest shareholder, Doug McClain Sr.'s Argyll Equities. So how did he get such an important job in such a thriving Enterprise? During the 90's, Doug McClain Sr. belonged to an organized crime ring run by Robert Colgin Wilson, an obese six-foot-five-inch con man, who—according to the Wall Street Journal (“High, Wide &…” Feb 24, 1997— fast-talked investors in the U.S. and Canada out of more than $100 million in the 1990's alone. “Wilson dazzled his victims by treating them to jaunts to Las Vegas and the Cayman Islands on his luxurious corporate jets, promising super-high returns in supposedly risk-less investments, and employing high-profile, unwitting company directors –among them Chip Carter, son of the former President, and Carter budget chief Bert Lance,” the Journal reported.
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