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Venezuela Government, Opposition Exploring Talks to End Crisis

Andrew Rosati
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May 28, 2016 — 3:46 PM PDT
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Venezuela

BE FIRM - SHEIKH IBN UTHAIMEEN

Sheikh Muhammad bin Saalih al-Uthaimeen رحمه الله

“Be FIRM, and DO NOT change (your stance) because of the large number of attacks on you nor due to (their) being offended by your words. 216 more words

Naseeha

The Best kind of Opposition

I have a confession to make: I work better under pressure. There I said it, and unfortunately it’s true. I just seem to turn out my best work when my back is against the wall and I’m up against an impossible deadline. 537 more words

Mommy Monday

Low Thia Khiang fended off a challenge from Chen Show Mao to get re-elected as WP sec-gen: A quick analysis

The WP held a conference to elect its new Central Executive Council (CEC) yesterday afternoon at a rented conference room along Cecil Street. Elections are held once every two years. 549 more words

Singapore

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Iraq forces poised for Fallujah assault

Elite Iraqi troops were poised Sunday to assault one of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group’s most emblematic bastions, Fallujah, as the extremists counterattacked in both Iraq and neighbouring Syria. 545 more words

Current Affairs

Syrian rebels agree in Qatar to stop infighting

Two Syrian rebel groups which have been fighting each other near Damascus have negotiated a ceasefire in Qatar, statements published by the two groups said. 248 more words

Politics

Rodrigo Duterte: A new era in the Philippines

“The old world is dying, and the new world struggles to be born,” Italian thinker Antonio Gramsci once said. Three decades after the downfall of the Marcos dictatorship, which left deep and lasting wounds on an impoverished nation, the Filipino people are once again clamouring for “change”. 858 more words

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