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DID THE U.S. GOVERNMENT PRESSURE POPE BENEDICT XVI TO RESIGN?

I cannot help but think that there is some connection between all the pedophilia scandals we’ve been hearing about lately, and the Vatican Bank. After all, how would one conduct the financing for such a global network without raising suspicions? 1,582 more words

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UK PM SECOND NON-RESPONSE TO THE SMWeCGE PETITION

 

Letter written from SMWeCGEC to Theresa May, UK Prime Minister

(dated 22/02/17)

Response received from the Office of the UK Prime Minister

(dated 2nd March 2017, received on 8th March 2017) 1,214 more words

STOP THE MAANGAMIZI CAMPAIGN INFLUENCES AFRIKAN-DUTCH REPARATIONS INITIATIVE

Greetings Supporter of the ‘Stop the Maangamizi: We Charge Genocide/Ecocide’ Petition and its wider campaign (SMWeCGEC)

We thought you would like to know that the SMWeCGEC is influencing other Afrikan Heritage Community-led reparations initiatives across Europe taking place under the auspices of the Europe Wide-NGO Consultative Council for Afrikan Reparations (ENGOCCAR). 180 more words

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Submissions to the Commission of Inquiry into Higher Education and Training

In the face of the Fees Must Fall movement and mounting public pressure, President Zuma appointed a commission of inquiry to investigate the feasibility of making higher education fee-free in South Africa. 737 more words

South Africa

Government inquiry into nuclear accident: some testimonies will remain secret

The commission of inquiry set up by the government after the nuclear disaster at the Fukusima dai-ichi plant has recorded some 770 testimonies. 240 have been made public since, with the agreement of the interviewees, including that of the former director of the plant, Masao Yoshida, now deceased. 66 more words

Fukushima Daiichi

Government inquiry into nuclear accident: some testimonies will remain secret

The commission of inquiry set up by the government after the nuclear disaster at the Fukusima dai-ichi plant has recorded some 770 testimonies. 240 have been made public since, with the agreement of the interviewees, including that of the former director of the plant, Masao Yoshida, now deceased. 66 more words

Japan

United We Stand, Divided We Fall — The UN General Assembly's Chance to Bring Justice to Syria

For all the talk of justice for mass atrocities in Syria and myriad mechanisms aimed at forcing the international community to bring Syrian war criminals to account, the world has very little to show. 1,108 more words

International Criminal Court (ICC)