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Salem-News.com (Apr-10-2012 18:29)

Traveling the World... For Free

The series is now airing on SCAN-TV Silverton.

(BERLIN, Germany) - Michael Wigge In 2010, Wigge zigzagged across 4 continents and 11 countries in 150 days without a cent to his name, but resourcefulness to spare.

His adventures are chronicled in the upcoming television series "How to Travel the World For Free", which starts airing in late April on public and local access television stations in 70 markets across the U.S..

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Salem-News.com (Mar-05-2012 19:29)

PAKISTAN: Housewife Prevented from Leaving Country to Meet Her Husband

Salem-News.com Eye on the World report.

(DHAKA- Bangladesh) - A house wife is being prevented from leaving the country to meet her husband The illegal and uncalled misuse of the Exit Control List in Pakistan, is being used to stop ordinary citizens, even housewives, from travelling abroad for family unification.

Ms. Zaibul Nigar was stopped by officials at Islamabad Airport and banned from flight without any justifiable reason, because her husband chairs the Balawaristan National Front.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-04-2011 22:28)

Sri Lanka denies visa to European Parliament group

In the meantime, I will continue to highlight and speak out against what I consider to be war crimes of the Rajapakse regime and to defend the right to self determination by the Tamil people in Sri Lanka.

(LONDON Sri Lanka Guardian) - Sri Lanka I was meant to travel to Sri Lanka this week as part of an official delegation from the GUE/NGL (Left group in European Parliament). The idea to travel to Sri Lanka came from the meeting I hosted in the Parliament a few months ago about the massacre of Tamils in Sri Lanka.

My wish to go was strengthened by the many meetings I have had with the Tamil Diaspora, and others active on the issue of Tamil rights, in the recent period.

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Salem-News.com (Jun-14-2011 00:31)

Kudos to Timothy Kalyegira who Speaks Truth to any Power

A lesson on Google's fat envelopes for poor souls from the Sub-Saharan Africa.

(JOHANNESBURG ) - Journalist Timothy Kalyegira George Orwell condemned the sending of poor children from downtrodden parentage to a school for rich kids from affluent family. If memory serves me right, he dubbed it as the worst crime that can be inflicted on a child.

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Salem-News.com (Apr-17-2011 21:15)

Southern Living, The First Lady of Tennessee, Caramel Cake & CoCo

THE GOOD STUFF with Coco McCain

(CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.) - English Boxwoods Spring in the South is glorious and Spring Break is even better! We’ve had a marvelous break—but it’s great to be back ...and there’s a lot to catch up on!

Here’s what we’ve been up to this Spring Break - in as much of a chronological order as I can remember. (More on each event later!)

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Salem-News.com (Mar-29-2011 17:14)

Corban Students and Staff Band Together to Help Terminally Ill Student Graduate

A few credits short, Corban’s Academic Council voted to award Sara Swenson her the Bachelor of Communication degree.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Sara Swenson At the Corban University Homecoming celebration in October, Corban senior Sara Swenson gave a personal testimony about her battle with cancer that gave glory to God and moved many to tears.

Swenson was diagnosed with various forms of cancer in June 2009 following her junior year at Corban.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-16-2011 22:26)

Tourist Town at a Crossroads

Today's story is a general update on the situation in the town of Zihuatanejo on Mexico's Pacific Coast.

(ZIHUATANEJO Guerrero, Mexico) - Zihuatanejo Ixtapa Flanked by multi-colored palm trees sparkling in lights of psychedelia, a group of top-hatted singers entertains a crowd of locals and tourists with a rendition of Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York."

Later, backed by a bass-thumping band, 17-year old high school student Elida Salbasa belts out her version of Tejana legend Selena's "Like a Flower."

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Salem-News.com (Feb-07-2011 23:32)

Re-envisioning Mexico Tourism

Part two in a special series on Mexican tourism.

(LAS CRUCES, N.M.) - Acapulco diver Santos Santana takes in a breath and gives a long gaze at the man pounding away with his jackhammer on the pier, as a frogman dips in and out of the water splashing around the structure gradually being taken apart.

For the lanky, 30-year veteran of Puerto Vallarta's tourist trade, the project scheduled for completion sometime this year can't come soon enough.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-22-2010 19:43)

Holiday Travel: Find a Trustworthy Kennel for Pets

(SALEM, Oregon) - Dauschaund puppies When pet owners leave town, finding a kennel or pet care service they trust is paramount. Better Business Bureau offers tips to help pet owners find a safe and reliable home-away-from-home for furry friends.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-11-2010 14:10)

Dragging the Gut Drives Crowds to Relive The Good Ole Days in McMinnville

Live music, free movies and a sock hop were the precursor for a night of cruising reminiscent of years gone by...

(MCMINNVILLE, Ore.) - drag the gut people McMinnville, Oregon had a real blast from the past over the weekend. A cruising event known locally as dragging the gut that's been banned since 1989, was reborn with a vital resurgence.

Hundreds if not thousands, descended on this semi rural city Saturday night while hundreds of local cars, many put away in garages since the 1989 police cruising ban...

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