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Book Review: Spy Flash by Phyllis Duncan

Spy Flash
BY Phyllis Duncan
Kindle Version

Spy Flash is a collection of flash fiction stories about Mai Fisher and Alexi Bukharin, who spy for the United Nations. 142 more words

Book Review

Indonesia and Malaysia Migrant Policy U-turn

Indonesia and Malaysia have made a U-turn on Wednesday at a joint conference in Kuala Lumpur and will will offer short-term refuge to 7,000 mostly Rohingya refugees stuck on boats at sea. 110 more words

World News

RedefiningGod: The NWO Schedule of Implementation

Deus Nexus: The following is Ken/RedefiningGod’s prognostication of global political and economic events leading to the formation of a “multilateral/multipolar New World Order,” where the Western economic world falls, and the Eastern alliance (BRICs) rises to prominence as the new vehicle for globalism.   1,378 more words

BRIC

Nut-jobs

Some people say we are actually winning the war against ISIS or  don’t think we are losing. This is like saying what?

The Chicago Cubs have won the last 106 World Series. 157 more words

Life

UN hails outcome of Incheon forum as ‘huge step forward’ for education

UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova (second right) and Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (to her right), at the World Education Forum, which concluded in Incheon, Republic of Korea. Photo: UNESCO… 540 more words

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In meeting with Republic of Korea President, Ban spotlights critical importance of post-2015 agenda

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (left) meets with Park Geun-hye, President of the Republic of Korea, in Seoul. UN Photo/Evan Schneider

21 May 2015 – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is today wrapping up his visit to the Republic of Korea (ROK) following a meeting with the country’s president Park Geun-hye and an appeal for greater dialogue across Asia, the United Nations confirmed today. 317 more words

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2015 ‘year of fear’ for children, UN education envoy says, urging schools funding in crisis zones

Special Envoy for Global Education Gordon Brown briefs journalists. UN Photo/Loey Felipe

21 May 2015 – The United Nations education envoy told journalists in New York today that “shocking figures” relating to the position of children in emergency situations underlined the need for a new humanitarian fund to ensure the education of millions of children. 566 more words

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