Monthly Archives: November 2013

China scrambles jets in air zone to monitor US and Japanese planes

  China says it has a right to carry out defence and surveillance activities in the zone China says it scrambled fighter jets to monitor US and Japanese planes as they flew in its newly declared air defence zone in … Continue reading

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Pope Francis urges reform of papal powers

AFPTuesday, November 26, 2013 2:37 PM GMT Pope Francis called for reform to take powers away from the Vatican and said Catholics should be more engaged in helping the needy, but ruled out allowing women priests in a key document … Continue reading

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Law and Society (BIGAMY LAWS IN INDIA)

Bigamy Laws in India Introduction:  The polygamy is banned in most countries. In most countries, the second marriage is considered legally null and void, and prior consent from a prior spouse makes no difference to the validity of the second marriage.  … Continue reading

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Stupid Government Policy Is More Dangerous than Terrorism

The Shocking Reasons that Americans Are Right to Be More Afraid of Bad Government Policy than Terrorism Preface: I am not so much anti-government as anti-stupid policy.  (Moreover, the problem is not bad government or even corrupt corporations. The real problem is that the two … Continue reading

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Cambodian Political History: Former PM Pen Sovann’s Left Perspective – Hostile to the Khmer Rouge and the Present Rulers

  The recent history of Cambodia is little known, greatly disputed, and grim. The first liberation movement against French colonialism and its local puppets was disarmed as part of the 1954 Geneva accords on Indochina. The resulting regime of King … Continue reading

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U.N Maritime Tribunal Tells Russia to free Greenpeace Ship.

   By Michael Hogan HAMBURG, Germany (Reuters) – The U.N. maritime tribunal on Friday ordered Russia to release a Greenpeace ship and 30 people arrested in a protest against Russian Arctic oil drilling, most of whom have just been … Continue reading

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China tests ‘Sharp Sword’ stealth drone

   File photo of a Chinese drone   Fri Nov 22, 2013 8:38AM GMT   China has tested its first stealth combat drone, a move seen as another step in the country’s military achievements. According to state broadcaster CCTV, the … Continue reading

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