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Una mentira repetida adecuadamente mil veces se convierte en una verdad / La verdadera formula de DólarToday

El siguiente post, tiene como única finalidad, exponer lo que podría considerarse una explicación más a detalle, sobre como el sitio web DolarToday, se ha convertido en el más grande exponente del mercado negro en Venezuela para la cotización de las monedas de más influencia como lo son el dólar y el euro al momento de realizar transacciones cambiarias consideradas ilegales dentro de nuestro territorio, consecuencia a su vez de una cierta incapacidad y mala gestión de un gobierno cuyo sistema está lejos de alcanzar una estabilidad política económica y social. 1,126 more words

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How to be ready for anything

Written by Chelsea Zappone

When Pastor Tim first asked me to write the blog post this week, I was a little thrown off. I am not a writer, I often struggle over finding my words, and more often than not I have at least one pesky typo hiding in my final drafts. 479 more words

Stories From The Pews

On Displacement

Today we’re going to get our hands dirty and talk about several of the big ideas in international relations. The Rohingya crisis sits messily at the nexus of displacement, identity politics, post-colonial states, and countless other issues. 1,193 more words

Politics

32. Faith in Crisis

What do I mean?

Do I mean, keeping your faith throughout a crisis and coming out the other end with your faith intact?
Do I mean having faith that the crisis contains some important and essential lesson that will improve your life? 251 more words

Here is a direct quote from a friend that works in Education in the U.K.  She said,

I’ve been in question about the state of British kids’ behaviour…

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Challenges

Migrating in Africa


In part, this is a follow-up piece to the gravely, but easily “prescient” posting on Debitores Sumus some weeks ago highlighting the crisis of migration from Africa to Europe. 763 more words

East & Central

Crisis in Yemen and the Horn of Africa

Ban Ki-moon, the UN secretary-general, says he remains concerned about security in Somalia, increased al-Shabab activity in Puntland and the security implications of developments in Yemen. 46 more words

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