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The tragedy at lac Megantic has caused people to be concerned about the transport of oil across Canada. People are trying to regulate the current system to avoid future accidents and the onus is on the rail company that could have been more forthcoming in apologizing to the people of the town first.
Published by Martin Dansky 52 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +2 votes | 0 comments
In a recent poll , Britishers have voted "Battle of Imphal" as the greatest battle fought by England. The' Battle of Waterloo' which was thought to be number 1 slid to number 2 position.The poll was fascinating and intriguing as it threw up names of battles that do not remain on the common man’s lips. Before the poll the criterion for the contest was defined. The stress was on political and historical impact of the battles and the strategy and tactics employed by the British Army.
Published by Madan G Singh 53 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +1 votes | 0 comments
In the last few years the public has begun to notice the signs directly related to false flag conspiracies and political propaganda. One sign most recently noticed is the increased political propaganda involving ‘domesticated terrorists.’ Now that the U.S. Constitution is under threat, the American public is beginning to awaken to the larger agenda behind such disunity.
Published by Alden Morris 55 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +0 votes | 0 comments
The tragic tale of Boeta Louwrens Geldenhuys and Chantal Beetge, for a few hours also Geldenhuys, and how traffic accidents forever changed their paths. According to Huisgenoot, they met about eight years ago. The romance blossomed from the first meeting between Boeta Geldenhuys and Chantal Beetge. About five years ago, they moved in with their first born into an apartment in Pretoria North. In February 2012, he finally asked her the question he knew she wanted to hear for so long, and she o...
Published by Inforead 56 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +0 votes | 0 comments
The Koran states that those who fight the Jihad (holy war) and get killed will be entitled to a great reward. Muslim scholars draw inspiration from the Hadiths (al-Miqdaam ibn Ma’di Karb) which states that the martyr (Shaheed) has 7 blessings from Allah. One of these is that he will be married to 72 Hur’s (Beautiful women). This hadith is used to motivate suicide bombers and is an accepted belief among all Muslims.
Published by Madan G Singh 64 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +3 votes | 3 comments
More stories from the Muse. In today's selection we have a bizarre man and his narcissistic love for his member, more strange stories of things people do when unclothed and a thief get's his when a victim spots his bike on Craig's List and takes steps to get the bike back. People do the strangest things...
Published by Jaz 68 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +8 votes | 9 comments
The News from the Muse returns with more stories of the strange, bizarre and just plain idiotic for your reading amusement. Some stories out there are just disturbing in their nature but some we run across bring us a little smile, make you say "What?!", or are just too bizarre to be believed.
Published by Jaz 69 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +2 votes | 1 comments
With the recent decision made by the International Olympic Committee, Rio de Janeiro earned the privilege of hosting the 2016 Olympic Games. This distinction is the first for South America in almost 50 years, and is sure to be much celebrated as preparations are made over the next several years. Discover facts about Rio making it stand apart from the international community.
Published by Danny Hauger 69 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +0 votes | 0 comments
The fight for womenÂ’s rights has been documented throughout history to the present day. Women worldwide still fight for their rights, in spite of the common misconception that the issue does not exist. There has been an increase in the discrimination of women in the areas of education, health, employment and nationality.
Published by Patricia Wambua 70 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +2 votes | 1 comments
More stories of the strange and bizarre from News from the Muse. Today has been a day simply chalk full of stories that make you go "Huh?". Smoking E-Cigarettes may be unsafe for your health. Man goes berserk on a flight over an E-Cigarette. Has anyone seen Road Runner? Man get's arrested for putting child in dryer as punishment!
Published by Jaz 71 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +2 votes | 2 comments
A collection of very strange and bizarre stories from around the globe. The strange things that criminals do and other stories. Busty driver gets busted for a DUI. A Man throws his son overboard for crying. A woman robs a bank in order to be able to get dentures that she can't afford.
Published by Jaz 71 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +5 votes | 3 comments
Stories from the strange to the bizarre in the current media.
Published by Jaz 72 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +4 votes | 3 comments
2011 in review brought to us the death of Steve Jobs, Kim Jong ll, Occupy America Movement, the fall of the Rupert Murdock empire and much more.
Published by carol roach 73 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +9 votes | 15 comments
A review of the economic crisis in 2011 and deaths of Osama Bin Laden and Moammar Gadhafi. This year's famine in Somalia and the Horn of Africa was also fueled by rising prices, war and neglect.
Published by carol roach 73 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +3 votes | 2 comments
The Andes Crash: Uruguayan Air Force Flight
Published by deepblue 73 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +21 votes | 8 comments
Pan Am Flight 103: The Lockerbie Bombing
Published by deepblue 73 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +24 votes | 13 comments
Myths, Beliefs and Facts about the Year 2012
Published by Ram Swaroop Bhavanasi 74 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +12 votes | 7 comments
Published by Amera Khanam 230 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +0 votes | 0 comments
Tidal bores are tidal phenomenon that occur when the leading edge of an incoming tide is formed into a wave or waves and this then travels up a river or narrow bay against the normal flow or direction of the current. They occur at a few locations across the world and some can be huge and sometimes dangerous events to witness.
Published by John Smither 76 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +17 votes | 7 comments
Eid Fitr is one of the two great Islamic festivals, the other being Eid-ul-Azha. Eid ul-Fitr is also called the “blessed festival” and in the other words of Eid known also as the Eid-ul-Fitr. For Muslims, both these festivals of Eid ul-Fitr and ‘Eid al-adha are occasions of showing gratitude to God, remembering him and are a means of entertainment. Significance of Eid ul-Fitr: Almost two billion Muslims around the world celebrate Eid ul-Fitr (eed al-fitter), the three-day festiva...
Published by Amera Khanam 77 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +14 votes | 9 comments
World Car free Day is an annual celebration on September 22, when people around the world organize events of all sizes to showcase alternatives to the automobile. This day is a reminder that we don't have to accept car-dominated societies, cities, or personal lives. It is celebrated with the purpose to reduce or eliminate the use of cars and to lessen road and parking space to clear it for public use. Why we need to celebrate car free day? We all are suffering from pollution caused by car...
Published by Amera Khanam 77 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +13 votes | 2 comments
The various constitutional forms of liberal democracy include constitutional republic, constitutional monarchy, presidential system, semi-presidential system, and parliamentary system. Australia is one of the liberal democratic countries that use the parliament system.
Published by Conviron Pucate Altatis 230 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +0 votes | 0 comments
The current turmoil in the Middle East, roiling regimes from Yemen to Syria to Egypt to Iran, has most recently touched on the small Persian Gulf kingdom of Bahrain. And while all these countries present their own unique risks to United States interests, position and power in this perennially-tense region, Bahrain alone poses a direct threat to US assets and personnel in the form of the NavyÂ’s vital Fifth Fleet, based in BahrainÂ’s capital city, Manama.
Published by Mark Spence 84 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +5 votes | 2 comments
The Rotary Club began World Understanding Month in February as a way to promote peace and international understanding between cultures. World Understanding Month may be the first step for peace that we can all take.
Published by Gayle Crabtree 85 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +4 votes | 2 comments
Global Warming: Effects & How to fight it
Published by PrimeBlade 86 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +12 votes | 6 comments
Need to learn about American goals during the Cold War? This is the essay for you!
Published by John Dillinger 87 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +0 votes | 0 comments
Products developed that aided in the rescue of the Chilean miners, including drill rigs, drill bits, copper socks, and a NASA designed capsule.
Published by Daniel Snyder 88 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +10 votes | 1 comments
Facts about Austin shootings by Charles Whitman from 1966 killing rampage on UT's tower observation deck.
Published by Heather Tooley 89 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +5 votes | 1 comments
The story of how 15th August was chosen as the Indian Independence Day.
Published by Souvik Chanda 91 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +5 votes | 6 comments