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CSPAN: UN Security Council Meeting on Iraq (with Replay)

Right now, the follow-up press conference is taking place. The replay of today’s UN Security Council meeting on Iraq is available on the page, below. -LW… 10 more words

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Russia has no plans to punish West with retaliatory sanctions — Putin

Putin certainly seems to be taking the high road in all of this, doesn’t he? -LW


“RUSSIA WILL NOT PRESSURE THE WEST WITH SANCTIONS but will PURSUE ITS OWN INTERESTS, President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday. 174 more words

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Japanese foreign minister in Asmara for cooperation talks

A HIGH-level Japanese delegation led by the State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr. Minoru Kiuchi, is visiting Eritrea to promote bilateral cooperation and investment. 146 more words

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Eritrean foreign minister meets Yemeni diplomats

Eritrea’s Foreign Minister Othman Mohamed confirmed on Tuesday his country’s confidence in wisdom and ability of the Yemeni political leadership headed by President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi to overcome the current crisis. 73 more words

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Fight for the Future and Namecheap have parked a truck with a giant video billboard directly across the street from the FCC!

Have you seen this? Yesterday was the deadline for comments to the FCC on ‘net neutrality. -LW

This just in! We’ve teamed up with our friends at domain registrar Namecheap to bring the overwhelming public outcry for real net neutrality protections directly to the agency’s doorstep. 485 more words

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Gordon Brown's Lies about Labour and the NHS in Scotland

By Jo Murphy-Lawless, Trinity College Dublin, and Nadine Edwards, Pregnancy and Parents Centre, Edinburgh.

In yesterday’s Herald, 10th September, Gordon Brown described how well Scotland’s NHS had supported him and his wife at the time of the tragic death of their baby daughter, in the Simpson Memorial Maternity Pavilion in Edinburgh Royal Infirmary in 2002. 343 more words

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buddyhell reblogged this and commented:

Gordon Brown and the rest of the Labour Party like to tell us how it was their party that created the National Health Service. That's true. But what is equally true is the way the Blair and then Brown governments handed over millions of pounds worth of contracts to private companies under the Private Finance Initiative or PFI. Brown, who has recently been seen in Scotland in a desperate bid to save the Better Together campaign, is damaged goods. No one will ever trust him or his party again and it's his and Blair's fault. The Scottish Labour Party, too, is guilty because they refused to make a clean break with their English cousins. Johann Lamont, the party leader, has hopelessly tied herself to the same rotten neoliberal economic policies as Blair and Brown. A Yes vote is not only good for Scotland, it's also good for British politics. Saor Alba! Bon Accord! Vive la revolution!

President Isaias meets Egyptian President Al-Sisi

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi met today with Eritrean President Isaias Afewerki at the presidential place in Cairo,and discussed bilateral ties and issues of common interests. 47 more words

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