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PROTESTS AS BURUNDI PRESIDENT IS NOMINATED FOR A THIRD TERM

Police have been forced to use teargas to quell protests in Bujumbura, the capital of Burundi. The protests were against the nomination of Pierre Nkurunziza for a third term, which is viewed as unconstitutional and certainly a break with the two-term limit for the presidency mandated in the Arusha Peace and Reconciliation Agreement that ended Burundi’s most recent civil war in 2005.  153 more words

Race Wars; Propagating Martial Law

BALTIMORE, Maryland — Racial protests supposed to be peaceful quickly turned into violent riots on Saturday evening, closing down the city of Baltimore for some time—and creating a panic for thousands of people as just 50 miles away elites in Washington partied with President Barack Obama at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. 1,727 more words

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150 years ago in Middletown, Connecticut … Week of April 26, 1865

From The Constitution, Wednesday, April 26, 1865 (volume 28, number 1426)

War News.

The rumors which have been circulating for some days about negotiations between Sherman and Johnston have at length taken definite shape. 2,359 more words

150 Years Ago

April 26, 1865: Johnston Surrenders

After the rejection of the surrender terms that he had negotiated with Johnston, with Breckinridge cleverly pulling the strings, go here to read about it, a clearly irked Sherman wasted no time in carrying out his orders to arrange new surrender terms with Johnston: 1,188 more words

Lost and Found - April 26th Edition

What to remember about April 26th…

  • 1607  English settlers land at Cape Henry, Virginia to establish Jamestown; 1st permanent English settlement in North America
  • 1865  John Wilkes Booth dies after an hours-long stand-off with Union soldiers; assassin had shot President Lincoln 12 days ago…
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MARVEL & DC: CIVIL WAR vs BATMAN v SUPERMAN

A TALEOFTWODANS.COM COMIC BOOK MOVIE EVENT

MARVEL vs DC: PART IV 

The nerd battle continues. The Two Dans debate what all comic book geeks debate ever since the first issues were in print. 1,393 more words

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