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Maybe it is not always about the Benjamins, anti-Semitism or Islamophobia. Maybe we are just too busy trying to promote our own views that we fail to see what others are trying to say. No one is born an anti-Semite, a racist or whatever we choose to call others today. These are certainly traits society forces upon people. Although James Watson, the famous geneticist or now sort of, might be itchy to tell us it is perhaps some sort of genetic mutation from baby through adulthood. We often make...
Prague Police say, illegal weapons found inside the northern Prague residence of a Palestinian diplomat who died Wednesday of injuries suffered when he opened a safe in his living room and an explosion occurred. "Several illegal firearms were seized by the police in the flat of the late Palestinian ambassador," Jamal al Jamal, Prague police spokeswoman Andrea Zoulova said. She would not say how many weapons were found or where they may have come from. In the Czech Republic, all firearms must...
Conflicts are just normal and represent a natural part of human relationships. In fact people would not always agree on the same points at all times due to their differences in view of the case at hand. So conflicts should not be seen all the times as something negative for it might just be a struggle between two or more people to reach a better conclusion. In fact when conflicts are handled in a more constructive manner, it does helps people to stand up firmly for themselves and the others...
The Israeli Jewish Congress representatives advocate for the Jewish community consolidation. The Congress co-founder and president, Vladimir Sloutsker, expressed the hope that successful cooperation between the State of Israel and the Jewish organizations in the European Union will continue at the same high level as it has to this day. According to Vladimir Sloutsker, the world Jewish community consolidation will allow to solve many social problems, such as anti-Semitism and...
Mikhail Timofeyevich Kalashnikov might have died in 2013, but his creation the AK-47 first rolled out in 1947 still remains the weapon of choice for rebel groups and governments fighting each other around the world. No truer is that than in the restive Anglophone regions of Cameroon where separatists have taken up arms to fight Mr. Biya’s forces whom they prefer to call colonialists. Mr. Biya, unable to convince Cameroonians that after 36 years of corruption, swindling public funds and...
The men suspected of attacking women in Cologne on New Year's Eve were "almost exclusively" from a migration background, mainly North African and Arab, an official report says. Cologne police also made "serious mistakes" in not calling reinforcements and the way they informed the public. More than 500 criminal complaints were filed, 40% alleging sexual assault. Apparent retaliatory attacks in Cologne on Sunday were condemned by the government as inexcusable. A group of 20 men attacked at...
After 1 year of engaging the Cameroonian military, Anglophone Cameroonians with the Free Ambazonia movement are gradually coming to grips with the stark reality of war. Civil wars typically last an average of 7 to 12 years. Are Anglophones prepared for that? In a rare show of unity, the different Anglophone factions have chosen to put forward a united front. A choice they could not afford to ignore any longer if they wanted their struggle to last. They may have an abundance of vocal and silent...
After being pilloried on social media by fans and foes alike for several days for his exaggerated tales from an Iraq War mission, Brian Williams is being suspended from NBC for six months and without pay. Tuesday night's announcement capped an extraordinary and painful six-day period for the network. Television veterans could recall nothing quite like it: a network benching the face of its news division to penalize him for what the CEO of NBCUniversal, Steve Burke, called "inexcusable"...
The death toll, the destruction and carnage left behind, the hundreds of thousands of refugees running away from their homes not wanting to just be another body count, is the reality for most people living in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon. What shocks most people is the amount of money and resources the Biya regime and secessionists are bent on spending to sustain their course of action and most of which is spent on acquiring foreign arms and foreign lobbyists. Late in the fight and...


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