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Quotes to think about: Pope Francis says Financial crisis rooted in rejection of Ethics

Pope Francis said during a speech to the new ambassadors to the Vatican that “there is a need for financial reform along ethical lines that would produce in its turn an economic reform to benefit everyone” and explained that there is a “cult of money”, a “tyranny”, but “money has to serve not to rule!”. After […]

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Abortion doctor found guilty of murder of three babies, can face death penalty

A doctor of Philadelphia has been found guilty of murdering three babies with scissors after they were born alive during late-term abortions at his clinic serving low-income women, and now faces the possibility of the death penalty for first degree murder. At least the prosecutors said they will ask for that. Kermit Gosnell, also was found guilty of the involuntary […]

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Link: Civil rights, press freedom and party's mistakes among subjects banned from teaching in Chinese Universities

Seven subjects off limits for teaching, Chinese universities told | South China Morning Post. Summary: Mainland universities have been ordered to steer clear of seven topics in their teaching, including universal values, press freedom and civil rights, two university staff said, offering an insight into ideological control under the new Communist Party leaders. A law professor […]

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From low-key culture to terrorism

I was a very green journalist going to cover some low-key cultural event in my city ready to a boring evening, when suddenly I saw from my taxi a car speeding with three or for men two of them clearly armed with guns. We were close to the palace of the Civil Governor who was […]

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The door to my homeland

I just arrive from school. There is a good smell from the kitchen where my mother is fixing dinner mixed with a  tobacco smell from my father’s room where he is typing furiously in his typewriter the column for tomorrow’s newspaper about international news immersed in a cloud of smoke. Some static sounds emerge from […]

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Quotes to think about: Pope Francis on the new things of God in our life

“You see, the new things of God are not like the novelties of this world, all of which are temporary; they come and go, and we keep looking for more. The new things which God gives to our lives are lasting, not only in the future, when we will be with him, but today as […]

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Violence begets violence, hate and a lot of silent victims

Violence begets violence, but the violent answer depends of the individual human being affected by the real, fictional or virtual attack by direct means, in the media, in the movies or the video games. Under the same attack a man or a woman can react with violence driven by hate or retaliation or peacefully as […]

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Pope Francis appeal for peace in Middle East Africa Asia and calls against human trafficking

“And so we ask the risen Jesus, who turns death into life, to change hatred into love, vengeance into forgiveness, war into peace. Yes, Christ is our peace, and through him we implore peace for all the world.Peace for the Middle East, and particularly between Israelis and Palestinians, who struggle to find the road of […]

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Obama tries to explain freedom of speech to extremists in the Arab countries

President Obama used his address to the UN General Assembly today among other important things to try to teach extremists what means for Americans Free Speech after the killing ambassador Chris Stevens in Benghazi, Libya in the uprising provoked by the airing of a crude video mocking and insulting Muhammad made in the US by […]

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The courage of the Pope in the Middle East

The visit of the Pope Benedict XVI to Lebanon has been a cry against fundamentalism and for peace and an act of courage from his part and from the part of the people who was following him in the acts of the trip above all the representatives of the churches and religions, the young people […]

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