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Ah. Turning trash into light! So easy, so clever. Made my day click here Videos.
We need water to be clean. Plastic water bottles are clogging our lands and our waters. Videos. click here
90% of all infected with ebola will die: horrible disease causing panic in 5 countries in West Africa. Senegal and Liberia have closed their borders with Guinea. What it is, what to do, how to avoid it, and audio interview with Dr Ladi Owolabi, son of Nigeria, physician and CEO of Lifescope Africa click here
Richard Allen, freed from enslavement, was told by Quakers to sit on "colored benches" so he bought land and built his own church and worked to free as many sons and daughters of Africa as he could.  The burying ground at 4th and Catherine was given to the city of Philadelphia, who turned it into a playground and are currently revamping the playground. It should be a memorial garden. click here
Guns are now legal everywhere in Georgia: in schools, airports. Nothing like putting guns into the hands of children and crazies to lessen the time between birth and death click here
Getting ready for high school reunion at the original school for girl geniuses in Sydney click here
Death comes as a thief in the night. I love New York. So does Bed Stuy Vollies click here
Candidate for mayor of Newark Shavar Jeffries comes from a extraordinary family of over-achievers who have been unwilling to succumb to despair after violent tragedies. His cousin is US Congressman Hakeem Jeffries, and early on his mentor was the great late Congressman Donald Payne click here
Would you put your shirt on Mr Putin, and help Malaysia find the plane? Could it be near the Philippines? click here
I had the enormous privilege of spending the day with Amnesty International activists protesting the death penalty and laws oppressing minorities and listening to the first person released from death row and prison because DNA proved his accusers lied. Story from Witness to Innocence from October click here
Universities all around the world are showing support with protesters in Venezuela. Meanwhile, Venezuelans continue to make news in technology, and continue to make music click here  
Cyprus, 60 miles from Lebanon, massive financial crisis a year ago, how are you doing? click here
Thailand's military coup. Protesters are defying the coup, young soldiers with guns are showing constraint, history of Thailand and things to avoid. News feeds click here  
"Maya Angelou was an inspiration and a role model. She knew how to get the flowers to grow." Dr Althea V Hankins MD, director of GC Medical Center and Aces Museum, great-niece of Marcus Garvey.  Maya Angelou: thank you for speaking and singing to us for 86 years, and flying through the cage door...Maya Angelou, you were one, but you are legion click here
Governor Chris Christie stops by South Jersey for a chat, and Tuffy's father requests medical marijuana to prevent his daughter's 300 daily seizures click here
US Congress is debating sending $1 billion to Ukraine in aid. Crimea: the jewel of the Black Sea click here Ukraine click here
When Brazil gets into the finals, they are most likely to win the World Cup click here
Holocaust Remembrance Day at the Aces Museum on 5801 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia. The family of Anne Frank spoke about the devastating effect the Holocaust had on the lives of the Jewish side of the family click here
Young people are converging on Philadelphia to watch Penn Relays! I will be there tomorrow, I will have my Nikon and Canon and video, looking for at least one great shot! Philadelphia click here
Resistance in Nazi Germany displayed at the Aces Museum click here
On a cold March Saturday, Amnesty International groups from Pennsylvania and South Jersey gathered at the Ethical Society in Rittenhouse Square to talk about their efforts in abolishing the death penalty, and police misconduct click here
Legal Aid South Africa threw a hissy fit when Etienne Taratibu Kabila asked for a bail hearing and told them his 6yo had been kidnapped. They dumped him as a client. He has written a second letter to the Minister of Justice of South Africa, included is the letter he received from Legal Aid click here.
MJoTA Friday movie: 3 fiction movies: using ebola infection as a deadly weapon; a rich girl born without physical attractions; an inspirational story about the healing power of love click here
New Zealand is a lush island on the South Pacific earthquake belt where 2 young British professionals decided to take a break from cold gray postwar Britain before moving permanently to Australia click here 
The World Cup kicks off in Brazil in June 2014, and unless you are being sponsored or can afford the approximately USD1,000 per ticket, you are going to have to find a big screen television somewhere click here
From Indian news feed: "The United States is considering selling and transferring some of its Afghan War surplus to Pakistan", "China's hardly in need of more territorial disputes with neighbors. Yet, it has started a new one with Indonesia." Aagh. Behave. Everyone. That means you. India click here  
Nazi Germany took over the nation of Austria in the same way the Russian Federation took over Crimea in March 2014 click here
Freedom of speech appears to be a problem in Malaysia. Now Sydney has a large population of Malaysian Chinese students; many do not go back to Malaysia click here

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Happy Diwali! India click here  

October 23rd 2014, 625 days in Pretoria Central Prison click here
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Ebola is an inconstant threat: it can kill parents but ignore the children, ignore whole planeloads and apartments full of friends and relatives and then slither inside protective gear of healthcare workers. The most at risk for ebola infection is the health professional, bringing us back to the pre-antibiotic age when perhaps 10 to 20% of trainee health professionals died before they could graduate. Ebola click here
The president of Liberia is pleading for international help: Liberia's health resources are overwhelmed click here
I make a habit of hugging every Liberian, Guinean and Sierra Leonean I can at every time. You are not going to catch ebola from West Africans in the US. Solidarity with West Africans! Go to their shops, churches and restaurants. They are all trying to raise money for food and healthcare for family and friends in their home countries. Unity is strength click here
Brooklyn District 42: if you live in Flatbush, Ditmas Park or Midwood, I recommend you elect the best candidate for New York Legislative Assembly. Who is engineer and daughter of Haiti, Rodneyse Bichotte. She has been endorsed by just about everyone, but that will not help unless you go and vote. And Shirley Chisholm will smile at you from heaven. Rodneyse, videos, pictures, stories click here
The Panama Canal opened in August 1914 enabling the 1957 passage of the Southern Cross from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. The building of the Panama Canal resulted in the defeat of the massive death toll from yellow fever. Panama click here.
Pulling ebola resources together:
- page on ebola updates, includes the Liberian president's statement click here.
- WHO feed to a general index page click here.
-Liberia has sent out an urgent plea for medical protective clothing for health professionals caring for patients who have ebola click here
AIDS scientists, healthcare providers and activists have been meeting in Australia's other big city, Melbourne, all week. News from the conference and videos click here
How many times can my heart break over Israel and Palestine? Can the survival of Israel only be guaranteed by murdering noncombatants including Quakers? Why? Feeds and videos from Israel click here  
I watched the moon landing on July 20, 1969 click here
Songs of longing for peace: Quaker, Muslim, Roman Catholic, unaffiliated - universal thirst for peace click here
Such beautiful music coming from India, the land of Arundhati Roy and Mahatma Gandhi click here
Malnourished and yet obese? Dr Volcy writes about what is going on click here
So why did Nigeria's president pay a non-Nigerian firm to represent him in the ongoing disaster that  was the kidnapping of nearly 300 school girls? I would have paid a battalion of elite peace-keepers to bring them back. click here
The Kingdom of Northern Sudan was proclaimed on June 16, 2014 by US Army veteran, former congressional candidate in Virginia and neo-colonist Jeremiah Heaton. Sudan, all 3 of them, click here
In the knockout round, the star Brazilian player broke his back. Brazil will do anything and everything, but it was not enough. The World Cup was great! click here
International African Arts Festival in Brooklyn starts on Thursday, all the cool people show up for this, pictures from previous years click here
Australia armed forces: "You are the perpetrator or the victim. Treat women as humans or leave the army". Ah yes. We are either part of the problem or part of the solution. Good on Australian General David Morrison for his zero-tolerance of harassment and physical assault in the Australian army click here
World Cup kicks off in Sao Paolo in 2 days, Croatia v Brazil. If you have paid lots and are in Sao Paolo, you may be in trouble because of the public transportation strike; I am watching it with cool people in Manhattan! Brazil click here
Organization of American States has sent 16 members to, ahem, Antigua, to oversee June 12th elections. Hm. The island nation of Antigua & Barbuda click here
For 5 years, the young man's father learned the language of his son's captors, he learned all he could about Islam.... Follow the example of a Calvinist who loved his son more than anything in his life, and knew the only way to bring him home was to treat the captors with respect. Afghanistan click here
Two years of Buddhist meditation followed by 23 years of Quaker practice, and the first thing I do when stubbing my toe going into a bike shop jammed with people is yell "sh**". Aaaggghhh. I am not there yet.  Maybe I will be after the AVP workshop on June 7 and June 14 at Flushing Meeting. Flushing Quakers were America's first Quakers click here
The first time I had anything to do with UNSW, I was visiting the doctors' quarters at the UNSW teaching hospital. I remember being amazed at a young man wrapped only in a towel happily chatting with my father. 18 years later, UNSW awarded me a PhD and I flew to Philadelphia for 18 years at an Ivy League university click here
Turkey is enormously important for stability and humanitarian work throughout Europe, Asia and Africa. This mine tragedy has cut to its heart; the political leaders were immediately on the scene, doing everything possible to pull surviving miners from 2 miles underground and giving support and comfort to relatives click here  
"India's Mangalayaan gets closer to Mars. NASA's New Horizons, aimed for Pluto in 2015, will cross Neptune's orbit in August 2014...Voters turned up early.. in Bihar" and other stories, videos from India click here  
Mother's Day. "I was released by the arresting officer who had spent the 8 hours on and off trying to ...." click here

Cinco de Mayo. Why Mexico celebrates click here

Quakers have been in Flushing longer than most places, and in 1672 George Fox showed up to talk to them (us). Quakers in Flushing still welcome visitors and discussions that are focused on human rights and peace. Flushing is an Asian city in New York City's borough of Queens. And it is alive with flowers in May. Come on any Sunday at 11am for Meeting for Worship click here
Peace Island Institute: "We condemn the Prime Minister's unfounded demands and appeal to the collective conscience to urge the Prime Minister to end his harassment of law-abiding citizens." Turkey click here  

All I know about Ireland's Troubles was that my mother never talked about them, never wanted to return to the country of her birth. Gerry Adams has done a lot for peace, I don't see how arresting him for a 40-year murder is helping anyone. If they have nothing else to do, send the cops to Nigeria to find the 250 kidnapped girls. Ireland click here
Holocaust Remembrance Day at Aces Museum with Allister Blossfeld, relative of Anne Frank. Anne Frank lived in an attic for 2 years, faced daily with the evil men do, and wrote about hope and the triumph of good over evil click here
Turks slaughtered the Armenians in Turkey starting April 24, 1915; and slaughtered the Anzacs at Gallipoli starting April 25, 1915 click here
To celebrate St George's Day, "we've got Dodgson here", Stephen Dodgson talks to Julian Bream who plays classical guitar, video of the legend of St George and all kinds of other English things click here
We traveled by bus on roads that fit only 3 of the 4 wheels of our bus.... One person started throwing up out a window, and it caught on. Everyone else did too.  Roads along sheer cliff faces make me focus on mortality rather than the spectacular views... Nepal click here
Mayor Nutter signs an executive order thawing ICE, with Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell by his right side click here.
On April 2nd, 2014, Philadelphians preyed on sick, hard-working, vulnerable. Without investigation, without intelligence, without thoughts for the human rights of a genius chemist and his wife, who survived the bloody civil war of Liberia, who worked hard all their lives, whose US Army veteran daughter served in Afghanistan, Philadelphia police decided that Vickson Korlewala and his wife had no right to freedom click here
So if I drive my 1996 Lumina into NYC and park it, anyone who wants it can take it and get it squished? I learned that any vehicle over 8 years old can be sold to metal dealers without proof of ownership. Hmph. I know my baby has at least 10 more years in the North East; maybe 30 in Nigeria click here
Spring brings business meetings all over the north-east; today the annual African Economic Forum is in full swing at Columbia University in New York. In my 8 years focusing on health in African communities, I have learned that the greatest cause of ill-health is poverty. And that the greatest cause of poverty is theft that is called "investment" that results in polluting the air, the water and in sub-poverty wages. Glencore in Zambia is an example. Zambia click here
In what parallel universe does a 14yo carry a gun to protect himself? In Iraq? In Congo? During the American Civil War? Has a war been declared in Brooklyn? Has it? click here
Cote D'Ivoire exports cocoa, the world's biggest grower, and France still has a grip on it. Rocky times the past few years. Cote D'Ivoire is sending one of the 32 teams starting in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil click here
.... legislation that it will grand dual citizenship to descendants of Sephardic Jews expelled from the country....Spanish motorists are more likely to honk their horns, insult or pass .. than other European drivers. And an Ernest Hemingway movie and Segovia, ah! Spain click here  
Romania was a Warsaw Pact country, under the influence of the Soviet Union. In 1968 their president spoke out against the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia; 31 years later, on Christmas Day 1989, immediately after a speedy trial, Romanian soldiers took him and his wife out of the courtroom in the deep snow, and shot them. After that, orphanages filled with abandoned children were seen, and many were adopted into the United States. Romania click here 
Holocaust Memorial Day at the Aces Museum for Black Veterans, April 28, 2014. Talk by the children of a Nazi Holocaust survivor. Their grandmother was a cousin of Anne Frank click here
Turkey is too important to go nuts. To Asia, to Africa, to Europe, and to half a million or so refugees from Syria. Prime minister cutting off Twitter? Too many of us inside and outside Turkey are watching this great nation click here

Lost plane, Russia annexing Crimea illegally, US saying rich Russians can't play with US dollars, and Russia saying, hmph, US congressional leaders don't even think of drinking vodka in the Kremlin. All too much. Spring is here, so let's think about going to Gambia for the annual Roots Festival click here
Bed Stuy Vollies is on the scene in the 2-building collapse in East Harlem today, Mar 12, 2014. They are entirely volunteer, the first volunteer ambulance corps run by sons and daughters of Africa. They are not racist: they work with and treat anyone in need, anyone willing to obey the rules can join and train as an EMT click here Send them a few dollars if you can, follow link to their website.
"Manhattan, especially East and Central Harlem, is home to a large African immigrant population. They make up a significant number of the borough's immigrant population who live and do business in the area.
 
The African Advisory Council (AAC) wishes to extend its deepest condolences to the families of those killed in this tragic situation. Our prayers are also with those who were wounded as the result of the incident. The AAC is therefore requesting your aid in helping families who may need immediate assistance as a result of this incident.

If you know of any African families who were affected by the incident and need immediate assistance, please put them in touch with us to assure they get the necessary help.
 
Our prayers are with all those who were affected directly or indirectly by this tragic situation.
 
Thank you for your assistance with this matter."

Charles Cooper
Chair, AAC

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My goal this year was to publish 20 ebooks. First ebook Emerald Pademelon Press LLC publishes: October 26. "Waiting for Framboise" click here
India went to Mars when our congress was squabbling and bombing folks! India, my new favorite country click here  
600 days in Pretoria Central Prison without trial. South Africa's Guantanimo. Congolese 20 scammed, kidnapped and jailed click here
Mr Alfredo Thiebaud died in an accident today in the Bronx. I am heartbroken. Son of Honduras, he made water ice and built a small empire. A kind man, he always had a smile and was part of the CACCI family in Brooklyn. Honduras click here.
We declared war on the earth the minute we learned how to start a fire. We can declare peace by accepting that we do not own the earth, we are merely stewards passing through, and our duty is to ... click here

The men were locked up in Pretoria Central Prison. Stickers were on their cell doors saying they have all been given life sentences.


On Sep 21, 2014, they had been in jail 593 days with half in solitary confinement. One of them spoke from Pretoria Central Prison click here
Charges against Vickson Korlewala and Lorpu Korlewala dropped. When accountability is demanded at the end of a gun, trust is gone, love is gone and the threatened wants revenge. That is what we have in Philadelphia. We have armed police who are afraid of the ease with which guns are passed around and used on the streets, who want to stop the frequent murders and accidental killings of young and old click here
"Any form of violence against innocent civilians or prosecution of minorities contradicts the principles of the Qur'an and the traditions of our Prophet (upon whom be peace and blessings)..." click here
I am entitled to Irish citizenship because my Irish mother was born in Ireland when there was only one Ireland, and have UK citizenship because I was born in England and my father was English. But my mother's maiden name was Welsh, and she was descended from Scottish Presbyterians. And my very English father; one grandmother was an Agnes Doherty. My father's mother's first husband was a Scottish portrait painter from Aberdeen; blown up in his kilt in WWI click here. The British are a mix of all 4 countries. I only now have an opinion: Scotland, please stay in the UK. Stay British. Scotland click here
Ebola treatment and eradication: donate to Liberian Diaspora click here , Sierra Leonean Diaspora click here, or Doctors Without Borders (MSF) click here. (Red Cross and Red Crescent are busy in Gaza click here) Volunteer health professionals and donated supplies from China have arrived in West Africa click here  
Remembering a 1987 trip to Yugoslavia. I am so happy that I am able to throw out the abandoned chrysalis from each of my children click here
We raised the Liberian flag at Philadelphia City Hall on Liberia's 167th Independence Day celebrations on July 26, 2014 click here
Nelson Mandela was a peacemaker who wanted to bring everyone to the table to stop oppression: the oppressed, the Israelis, the Palestinians, the Cubans, the Afrikaaners click here. So does his friend Archbishop Tutu click here
Deep in 1944, 2 months after D-Day...  Maurice was awarded the DSC, Tony lost the use of his legs, Robert was killed, my father became engaged. His third male cousin spent his life in perpetual and happy childhood, God bless Geoffrey. Story, awesome videos from 1944 click here
For a month we watched a war that was not destructive: the 2014 World Cup. I would love to see the energy in Gaza and Israel diverted to playing football. There is no way to peace, peace is the way and the American Friends Service Committee reaches out to communities all around the world, in peace. AFSC click here
The numbers of adults and children infected with ebola is climbing in West Africa, as is the number of deaths. Isolation practices have slowed its spread, but new cases are being reported in Sierra Leone daily click here
Japan gets more than its share of rains, winds and big, big waves. Japan click here
I spent yesterday contemplating the Declaration of Independence at a state college named after a Quaker who was a signatory. Richard Stockton College click here
What about shea butter click here
I celebrated Caribbean Heritage Month with CACCI at Brooklyn Borough Hall, and with Miranda Alexander's group in Philadelphia at Reading Terminal Market. I heard a lot about Anguilla, a tiny jewel of an island that is part of the United Kingdom and has a population of oh, 10,000, give or take. Anguilla click here
Dr Ketna Volcy is a young microbiologist (Univ Maryland BS, Univ Rochester PhD) who has worked in research labs for over 9 years. MJoTA is proud to announce that she will be writing a weekly health column click here
25 years ago, on June 4 2014, I heard about the Tianamen Square massacre and told a post-doc from China that I had an opening for a post-doc, and would like to take one from China. He found me one during a conference in Finland, who started out by telling lies which were discovered when he arrived in Philadelphia, and ended up beating up his wife and fabricating recommendations for graduate school (I was happy to give him references, I don't know why he faked them). Then he vanished and we started hearing about how rich China is. I wish him well China click here  
After 30,000 Igbos were murdered in northern Nigeria, after betrayal from the west, after all options were exhausted, General Ojukwu declared the nation of Biafra on this day in 1967 click here.
Memorial Day weekend: war speeches, peace speech: remember veterans everywhere, so many caught up in a whirlpool of destruction not of their making click here
Philadelphia: go vote. Primary day in Pennsylvania click here
The world's largest democracy booted out the family of Nehru: what will the new government do? Indians are campaigning to ban illegal sales of acid which is only used to disfigure or murder women and children. India is a terrific country to be born a woman, and India is also a terrible country to be born a woman click here  
Lawyer Shavar Jeffries is a member of the brilliant Jeffries family, and was endorsed by the Payne family in the May primary. Both families filled with good citizens working for the public good for decades. He was not elected mayor of Newark, but he has pledged to work with the mayor click here
Germans resisted Nazi atrocities individually and in groups. Field Marshall Rommel was forced to swallow a cyanide tablet when his group's plot failed. Members of the White Rose resisted, and the Aces Museum has an exhibit for them click here
Solar panels are underneath all street lights in my town in New Jersey and are the main source of electricity at a local college. The White House has installed solar panels on its roof in an attempt to reduce carbon emissions click here
Vickson Korlewala and Lorpu Korlewala were ordered to go for a police lineup. The Liberian community protests the use as evidence of any outcomes of a police lineup click here.
Women and men are demanding Nigeria find and bring back home nearly 300 girls kidnapped during their final exams. May 3: wear a headwrap for Nigeria brought out protesters all around the world click here
Aces Museum during Black History Month: honoring the Dairamont, a green beret, Councilmember Jannie Blackwell click here
Drumming in May with the Universal African Dance and Drum Ensemble. This hugely disciplined, enthusiastic gorgeous-looking acrobatic dance and drum group plays anywhere, everywhere, and they practice about 2 miles from my house click here
683 members of the Muslim Brotherhood sentenced to death in Egypt, many in absentia. Nothing on this earth is easier than killing, no easier way for a coward to thrive than let him kill. You don't have to feed the dead, don't have to listen to them. The Nazi military were cowards, and so are the Egyptian military click here
In the early hours of April 23, 2014, more than 5 days after a judge lowered the bail and ordered them released on bail, Vickson Korlewala and Lorpu Korlewala were released from prison in Philadelphia click here.
William Shakespeare wrote a lot of plays, a lot, and during my 6 years of high school in Australia, they rubbed our noses in them, 1 or 2 or 3 each year. Did I like them then or now? Some of them. And how dd he write them? Two whole plays, and a series of videos explaining how he got to have the best PR of any writer in the past 1,000 years. William Shakespeare was born 450 years ago, on April 23, 1564  click here
Sons and daughters of Africa are studying in Ukraine, and feeling particularly vulnerable. News feeds, videos, Ukraine click here
Kids drowning in South Korean ferry sinking because leaders told them to stay put, my God; Ukraine is volatile; Russia is broke; 135 dead in West Africa from ebola click here
Philadelphia Councilmember Hon Mrs Jannie L Blackwell has as her personal motto: “Politics is an open ended opportunity to make life better for others.” Videos and pictures click here.
New Jersey has had an official state climatologist since 1979. The job of the climatologist is to collect climate data, be a faculty member at the largest New Jersey state university, Rutgers University, and to have data accessible click here
Links on the Friday Night Movie pages are now all working. Links frequently vanish after a few days or months, we do our best to replace them with live links. A lovely movie to watch is the first in Oct 2012 click here. And on the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda, say a prayer for the good work of the survivors and watch a movie click here
Saturn is way cool. All gas, nothing solid, spinning around with lots and lots of moons click here
United States Government Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is getting increasingly worried about the lack of regulation of e-cigarettes. Little children are being poisoned click here

Pictures I took of the Russian Consulate on Friday. Only 2 NYPD officers outside, lots of portable barricades. On that day, Russian president called US president trying to get some sanctions dropped. Russian politicians love parking their millions in New York City real estate, and at the moment, they cannot even visit click here

Serious spring fever today in Brooklyn and Manhattan. No-one protesting Crimean invasion outside the Russian consulate, but a lot, a lot of barriers. They were ready, but it looks like Putin is ready to throw in the towel, or part of it. Goodonya economic Obama diplomacy!! USA click here  
News feeds and links to stories in New Jersey, the Garden State. Our senators are Robert Menendez and Cory Booker. And our governor is Chris Christie click here
Egypt has been ripped apart since last summer when the elected president was removed by military coup click here
The Land of the Rising Sun allied with Germany and took America by surprise in 1941 by bombing Peal Harbor. Do they still love Germany, specifically Beethoven, and is the heroic remembrance of kamikaze pilots widespread? I don't know. Japan is home to Nigerians. Japan click here
Happy birthday Angus, my first-born son! After a year in Thailand, you managed to avoid being eaten by a tiger, and avoid being caught up in a revolution. Come home soon! click here  
Ecuador: its main export is oil, but farmed shrimp is catching up. It also has a pretty good soccer team: the team is one of the 32 starting in the 2014 World Cup. Ecuador click here. Video of them playing click here
I am tremendously proud of my Irish mother, who managed to be born in August 1915 in Belfast, when all of Ireland was part of Great Britain, when Germans and Britons were slaughtering each other (and Africans, Australians, Indians, Canadians....) click here
German group singing "you are in my heart, you are in my soul." The German pronunciation of the words, the guitarist shaking his blond hair: ah. Germans at peace are, and always have been, spectacular click here
Chinese movie where a dainty young lady by herself beats up an army of bandits. Scroll past the Chinese lessons. English subtitles. click here
Whole new appreciation for Barbados, after mourning with them a former Royal Mounted Policeman. Poverty forced so many to leave paradise click here
So an Iranian minister blames the US for the Malaysian Airlines plane vanishing? Of course. Iran click here. Videos, 3 news feeds. One has some Arabic.
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