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Who Is The Federal Agent Behind the Ray-Ban Glasses?

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“Ai meu Deus, me dei mal, bateu à minha porta o Japonês da Federal”

“Oh my God, I feel bad, the Japanese Federal knocking at my door”

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How to Fight ISIS Social Media “Full Loaded War Propaganda Machine”

How Netizens Are Pushing Back Against ISIS’ Social Media ‘Propaganda Machine’

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Syrian Refugees? Get Your Facts Straight Before You Share Their Stories

This Post was originally written for Global Voices

Sadly, this year is shaping up to be the year of Syrian refugees. Although the countless stories of people fleeing their war-torn country are heartbreaking, we need to look at some of those stories with a pinch of salt. 1,344 more words



I was doing my weekly  task of calling the headquarters of the many ministries and political organizations who were constantly sending their requests for donations. Recycling all the unwanted junk mail was a mundane and frustrating task, but  I was making some headway. 1,380 more words


Ancient Kanchipuram, India: Mini Gallery

Ancient Kanchipuram, or ‘Kanchi’ as known by locals, is an ancient site full of incredible temples, mystery and deep South Indian culture and tradition. Only a few hours drive from Chennai in Tamil Nadu, a day trip to Kanchi is an incredible experience that’s hard to describe in words. 54 more words


I'm a 'Selective' Sociopath

 “I’m a selective sociopath”... Well, not really, but if I was a criminal this would be the job title I would choose. Maybe I could even get a business card made up: 872 more words


Buy a Pen, Save a Life. How a Syrian Father Inspired Fundraising his Cause

This Post was originally written for Global Voices

Always we talk about the social media powerful way of changing lives. If you haven’t heard #BuyPens… 457 more words