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Obama and Guantanamo, again

In a statement after signing the “National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2014”, US president Obama called again for the closing of Guantanamo “impeded” by the Congress. A promise from 2008 not accomplished.

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UN condens Israeli demolitions of Palestinian homes

The United Nations agency assisting Palestinian refugees today condemned Israel’s latest demolitions in the West Bank which have displaced 68 people, including 32 children, in the depths of winter, saying it is violating international law and calling on it to abide by its obligations, the UN news services informs.

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Christians killed for Christmas in Iraq

Iraqi officials say bombings targeting Christians in southern Baghdad have killed at least 38 people on Christmas day. Pope Francis appealed on Thursday for Christians who suffer violence, discrimination and all way of injustice because of their faithfulness to Christ and His Gospel.

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Pope Francis appeal for peace

In his first Christmas Message Urbi et Orbi from the Vatican Pope Francis made an appeal for peace, calling believers and non believers to be united in this purpose. “All united, either by prayer or by desire. But all of us, for peace,” he said.

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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas to all of my readers. I pray this days with great intensity for the gift of peace. Peace in our lives. Peace for this troubled world. May God help us and bless us. Sincerely. Olga Brajnović

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Bethlehem surrounded

Palestinian Christians who want to celebrate Christmas in Bethlehem face a lot of problems to do it mainly because of Israeli military checkpoints and the security barrier that separate Bethlehem from Jerusalem.

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Christmas message from the Holy Land

In his Christmas message, the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, Archbishop Fouad Twal, has called on the faithful not to forget Syria, warned against Israeli settlement building, and revealed that Pope Francis will be visiting Israel, Palestine and Jordan next May.

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Khodorkovsky pardoned

Russian President Vladimir Putin pardoned former tycoon and kremlin critic Mikhail Khodorkovsky only eight months before he was due to be set free after more than 10 years in prison in Siberia.

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Judge says NSA spying likely unconstitutional

A US Federal Judge ruled that the NSA massive collecting of Americans’ phone records is likely unconstitutional.

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Pope Francis calls for fraternity and peace, denounces corruption

Pope Francis published his first Message for the World Day of Peace dedicated to fraternity as foundation and pathway to peace. He sees fraternity as a prerequisite for fighting poverty, a way to extinguish war and to cultivate nature to fight the scandal of hunger, but he sees it threatened by selfishness corruption and organised crime.

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