We Are Set to Fight Back, If Belarus Invades Into Our Territory: Ukraine Police Tells Republic




The Year 2012 and The Spiritual Renaissance of Awakening That Is Happening In The World

We truly live within an amazing time. Within the vast and categorical problems, conflicts, environmental issues, and global economic crises something very amazing can be found. There is something strange that I sense within the world.

Critical Sanctions Against Iran Impact the Antique Rug Market

Critical Sanctions against Iran Impact the Value of Antique Persian Carpets. In the latest chapter of the government’s unstable relations with Iran, the United States House of Representatives expanded trade restrictions in the Iran Sanctions Act of 1996 to include an embargo on carpets and trade goods sent to and from Iran. As of September 29, 2010, carpets and all Iranian imports are contraband items to be seized and destroyed. This decisive action from the United States Government supports similar sanctions approved by the European Union.

Tibetan Refugees – A Community In Need Of Help

Tibetan refugees are now spread out around the world. The Tibetan community is one that has undergone immense hardship but never resorted to violence. Learn how cooperatives are making a real difference to the lives of regular Tibetans.

Why Can’t We Get Along Outside the Hospital Walls?

Last week, my baby of 11 months old had just finished antibiotics for an ear infection and 2 days later had a high temperature of 40 deg! So naturally I called the doc who said come in and after examining him sent me to the emergency for suspected pneumonia.

Somalia President Says Parliament Should Abide by the Law

Somalia president says parliament should abide by the law The parliament should be committed in implementing the country’s law and must not be part of the problem, Somalia’s president Sharif Sheik Ahmed said in a press statement on Saturday following growing rift with state house speaker. The president blamed the parliament for dragging to approve the newly appointed Prime Minister Mohamed Abdulahi Mohamed (Farmajo). He also accused the committee of the parliament of creating unpleasant atmosphere.

A Schizophrenia Called CHINA

Through the article, writer tries to understand the Chinese democracy, economical development process and and its emerging challenges. The writeup is a personal observation of the writer on the social and political unrest prevailed in China.

Dysfunctions In Public Procurement

In a recent Procurement Workshop organized jointly by the German Technical Cooperation International Services (GTZ-IS) and the Department of Health (DoH) for 16 provincial governments implementing the European Commission-funded Health Sector Policy Support Program (HSPSP), the procurement issues that were highlighted in one of the sessions included those that pertain to non-compliance with the Procurement Reform Act (RA 9184) and its implementing rules and regulations. The HSPSP is one of the Philippines’ key interventions that aimed to improve the Filipinos’ overall health conditions as envisioned by the government’s FOURmula One (F1) for Health Strategic Framework.

Today’s Prophets (Profits)

In 1983, there were fifty major corporations dominating the world’s media. By 2002, this had been reduced to nine. Rupert Murdoch says that eventually there will be three, including his own. In newspapers you have a role called the Projection Editor, which is to project a certain story forward. Not only that news is printed but the priorities of what is important are projected according to editorial decisions.

Reasons for Difficulties in China Bearing Industry

Although those small and medium sized bearing enterprises develop rather quickly, they still face many difficulties. Reasons are various. Let us have a basic view of them. Firstly, the bearing industries are severely impacted by the financial crisis. Secondly, the competition among counterparts is very fierce.

Africa: Advocacy For Responsible Followership

The African continent is rich in both human and material resources and we do not have any reason to be the poorest continent in the world. In fact, it is an irony that Africa, the richest continent in terms of natural resources is also the poorest, per capita.

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