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#KakandaTemple ~ Tampering With a Time-Bomb

“Can you even hold a gun?” “Shut up, if you see a real war, you will pee in your trousers!” “War is not for the feeble-minded like you!” These are things we hear when paranoid civilians talk tough, consider getting armed, anytime they register their distrust for the system they expect to protect them from the criminally armed groups that ... Read More »

The #Give2STER Campaign Promotes an End to Sexual Violence and Abuse

Stand to End Rape (S.T.E.R) Initiative works to end all forms of rape through education, supporting victims of rape and changing community perceptions towards sexual violence and abuse. STER provides awareness seminars, sexual violence and abuse education, peer mentoring, therapy and promotes sexual and reproductive rights. The “#Give2STER” campaign is an opportunity for everyone to say no to sexual violence ... Read More »

U. S Congress may Approve Aid to Arm Syrian Rebels

U. S Congress may Approve Aid to Arm Syrian Rebels

The U.S. Congress appeared poised on Tuesday to quickly approve President Barack Obama’s plan to arm and train Syrian rebels, a major part of the effort he announced this week to fight Islamic State militants. The House of Representatives began debating an amendment to a stopgap funding bill that would authorize support for the moderate rebels, who are fighting both ... Read More »

Ukraine Rebels get Self Rule & Amnesty

Ukraine Rebels get Self Rule & Amnesty

Rebels controlling Eastern Ukraine have been granted self rule and fighters have been granted amnesty, under the new adopted parliament law. The measures are in line with the 5 September ceasefire agreement signed by President Petro Poroshenko. The amnesty affects rebels in Donetsk and Luhansk regions, but does not cover the shooting down of the MH17 plane. The European and ... Read More »

Obama to Intensify Response to Ebola

Obama to Intensify Response to Ebola

U.S. officials have said that the United States will ramp up its response to the Ebola crisis in West Africa with plans to build 17 treatment centers, train thousands of healthcare workers, and establish a military control center for coordination. Senior administration officials said the plan will be unveiled by President BarackObama on Tuesday. The president will visit the U.S. Centers for ... Read More »

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