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Racism and Blood in Charleston

A young white supremacist man killed nine in a historical church in Charleston after saying that he was there to kill black people. A heinous terrorist attack in a place of worship that shows how far away is the American society from get rid of the violent racism embedded in an active minority.

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Nelson Mandela 1918-2013

Nelson Mandela has died at age 95. An intense life. From 27 years in prison to leading South Africa out of the apartheid, become its first black president, Nobel laureate, one of the world’s most influential men of the last decades.

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French indignation and spying

French President Hollande called US president Obama over the NSA spying French citizens after Le Monde published a report about that. But the Le Monde also said that the French Government already knew about the US practices and that the French DGSE is doing exactly the same on its own citizens.

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Dangerous shutdown

The US Government shutdown has entered his third day without a sight of an agreement between the Obama’s administration and the Republican’s opposition to approve the Federal Budget over the funding of the Affordable Care Act.

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No meeting between Obama and Putin

US President Barak Obama finally decided to cancel his meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin in September, as predicted when Russia granted asylum to Edward Snowden, the former NSA contractor who leaked to the press data about the agency’s surveillance programs.

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President Obama's full remarks on Trayvon Martin case

The reason I actually wanted to come out today is not to take questions, but to speak to an issue that obviously has gotten a lot of attention over the course of the last week — the issue of the Trayvon Martin ruling.  I gave a preliminary statement right after the ruling on Sunday.  But […]

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Putin alone defending Al Assad at G8 Summit

President Putin from Russia was alone defending Al Assad in the  G8 Summit in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland. After a two hours meeting with President Obama from the US, they looked tense and didn’t change their positions, with only one point in common: to try to convene a peace conference. But that conference of peace is a […]

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Link: Obama defends sweeping surveillance efforts

Obama defends sweeping surveillance efforts: The Washington Post http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/obama-defends-sweeping-surveillance-efforts/2013/06/07/2002290a-cf88-11e2-9f1a-1a7cdee20287_story.html

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Obama, Netanyahu and Iran

Mr. Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel is angry because apparently, the president of the US, mr. Obama doesn’t have time to meet him in New York to talk about go to war against Iran. Something Israel is pressing, hopping that doing so in a presidential campaign time could be more convincing, and the US Administration […]

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More on Obama and Osama

I was reading today some posts in my facebook wall from some “friends of friends” and some of them still don’t believe that Osama bin Laden is dead. They have doubts about the corpse lost forever into the see, they would want to see it, touch it to have the evidence. Maybe have it exposed […]

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