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Salem-News.com (Jul-21-2012 15:17)
President Kagame Uses Internet Media to Harass Rwandan OppositionSubmitted by Jennifer Fierberg, MSW Salem-News.com
The Exposer has the power to use undetermined sum of money from Rwanda's Ministry of Defense budget.
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Rwanda President Paul Kagame ordered the creation of internet social media to scrutinize those who differ with him on Rwandan policies.
Salem-News.com (Jul-21-2012 14:20)
Assange Seeks to Avoid Paying the Price for Messing with AmericaWilliam Blum Special to Salem-News.com
The US quickly stepped in to educate the Ecuadorean coalition leaders as to the facts of Western Hemispheric imperial life.
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I’m sure most Americans are mighty proud of the fact that Julian Assange is so frightened of falling into the custody of the United States that he had to seek sanctuary in the embassy of Ecuador, a tiny and poor Third World country, without any way of knowing how it would turn out.
Salem-News.com (Jul-21-2012 11:15)
BBC Campaign on 911 Truth Shifts into Second GearSubmitted by Ian Henshall for Salem-News.com
Send an email to the UK Parliament Media Committee
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You can help motivate the members of the UK Parliament's Media Committee to hold the BBC accountable for its biased coverage of the real 9/11 evidence.
Salem-News.com (Jul-20-2012 17:54)
World Silent as Muslim Massacre Goes on in MyanmarKourosh Ziabari Salem-News.com
As reported by Associated Press, 1,336 homes belonging to the Rohingya Muslims were burnt during the unrest.
(TEHRAN) - Mohammad Hossein Nikzad, a close personal friend and a senior student of political science just called me a few hours ago, worriedly talking about the dire situation of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar and the atrocities the Buddhist Rakhines are committing in the East Asian nation.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Jul-20-2012 17:38)
Mending Fences in LaosRalph E. Stone Salem-News.com
More than 20,000 people have been killed by the bomblets and more than 98 percent of known cluster bomb victims are civilians with 40 percent of these children.
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Earlier this month U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton became the first high level U.S. official to visit Laos since the Vietnam War.
Salem-News.com (Jul-19-2012 04:00)
Myanmar Religious Cleansing: Crime Against HumanityDr. Ismail Salami Salem-News.com
Iran's Foreign Ministry has called for end to violence in Myanmar.
Described as the Palestine of Asia by the UN, the Rohingya Muslim community in Myanmar is currently going through an unutterable ordeal at the hands of the Rakhine extremist Buddhists in Arakan who are targeting the Muslim minority with the worst form of religious cleansing.
Salem-News.com (Jul-18-2012 17:10)
Kuhan from EROS is the Treasurer of the GTFDonald Gnanakone for Salem-News.com
The secrecy and evasiveness is a little mind boggling.
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A Senior GTF official a few months ago confirmed to me that GTF indeed had a secret meeting with Sonia Gandhi. I also have a witness outside of the GTF when this information was provided to me.
Salem-News.com (Jul-10-2012 13:10)
Pro-Divestment Presbyterians Win By LosingJames M. Wall Salem-News.com
What happened, as one Presbyterian participant explained, was “complicated”.
Do you really want to know what happened at the just-concluded 220th General Assembly of the Presbyterian U.S.A. denomination?
Salem-News.com (Jul-09-2012 18:09)
Death Toll Rises To Eight in Gujrat Camp AttackPervaiz Khokhar Salem-News.com
The camp was set up a month ago to search for the body of an officer who drowned in the river.
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The death toll in Gujrat military camp attack has raised to eight, According to details, one more injured in the attack succumbed to injuries in CMH Gujranwala.
Salem-News.com (Jul-09-2012 12:52)
Five Individuals Charged in Connection with Death of a Customs and Border Protection Border Patrol AgentSalem-News.com
$1 Million FBI Reward Announced: Individuals Charged Are Allegedly Responsible for Death of Agent Brian Terry
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The indictment charging five individuals involved in the death of United States Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was unsealed today in Tucson, Arizona, and a reward of up to $1 million for information leading to the arrest of four fugitives was announced by Department of Justice officials.