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Another milestone in the Balham pilgrimage!

Six Balham Pilgrims completed the latest stage on 25 March.  They have now arrived in Hollingbourne with less than 30 miles to go to Canterbury, which they are hoping to reach on 20 May. 119 more words

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Life and death on the Hutch

A dolphin was found dead in the waters of the Hutch on Friday. The body was seen floating near Glover Park in a section of the river between Pelham and Mt. 295 more words

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HANDWRITING & THE BULLY by Kathryn Boughton of the Bershire Styles Newsletter - March 2017

 THE BERKSHIRE STYLE’S NEWSLETTER ARTICLE MARCH 2017

HANDWRITING & THE BULLY

by Kathryn Boughton

David DeWitt stumbled onto the efficacy of handwriting analysis when he was a young man in the U.S. 637 more words

Handwriting Analysis

Revealed! Why UN Women Stay Silent On Forced Sterilizations

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So it’s arrived, the final day of the United Nations Commission On The Status Of Women (UNCSW) meeting in New York. A lot of folks will have seen, or been following our activism in exposing and challenging the censorship, which this event regularly imposes upon the subject of forced sterilizations. 583 more words

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Report on the Friends of Rawcliffe Meadows Work Party 19th March 2017

Dealing with the hedge between the Cornfield and the Country Park has becoming something of annual pilgrimage, especially after we have had to fill in the gap created by the installation  of the new sewer. 273 more words

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Tibetan Self-Immolates In Kham Region Of Occupied Tibet

The exiled Tibetan Administration has reported that a 24-year old Tibetan man, named as Pema Gyaltsen  self-immolated at around 4pm local Tibetan time, on March 18, 2017, near Tsoga monastery in Nyarong, Kham, eastern Tibet. 61 more words

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BGR Provides Emergency Relief to Countries Facing Food Crisis

Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi

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The UN Emergency Relief Coordinator, Stephen O’Brien, announced that the world is facing the most serious humanitarian crisis since the beginning of the United Nations. 672 more words

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