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08/17/2009 Washington Post Peter Moskos, Stanford « Neill » Franklin It’s Time to Legalize Drugs: parola del Washington Post

Da un articolo del Washington Post - Undercover Baltimore police officer Dante Arthur was doing what he does well, arresting drug dealers, when he approached a group in January. What he didn’t know was that one of suspects knew from a previous arrest that Arthur was police. Arthur was shot twice in the face. In the gunfight that ensued, Arthur’s partner returned fire and shot one of the suspects, three of whom were later arrested.

12/26/2008 Vietnam Ministry of Foreign Affair MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS' SPOKESMAN MR.LE DZUNG ANSWERS QUESTION ON 25 DECEMBER 2008
MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS' SPOKESMAN MR.LE DZUNG
ANSWERS QUESTION ON 25 DECEMBER 2008

Question: Why two members of the Italian Transnational Radical Party were unable to come to Vietnam?

Answer:
It was a bussiness
12/25/2008 VNA FM spokesman: Italian senators unwelcome in Vietnam
Hanoi (VNA) – The Vietnamese Foreign Ministry spokesman said on Dec. 25 that two Italian senators of the Transnational Radical Party are not welcome in Vietnam as they intended to conduct activities that go beyond their stated purpose of tourism when
11/12/2008 www.phayul.com Phurbu Thinley Tibet - Mongolia Treaty of 1913, a proof of Tibet’s independence

For centuries, Tibet and Mongolia had shared a strong cultural and historical relationship. Following the collapse of the Manchu (Qing) Dynasty in 1911, Tibet
10/26/2008 Lao Movement for Human Rights (LMHR) LAOS : 9ème Anniversary of the ‘’Student Movement of 26 October : The Flame of hope is always burning
Nine years after the “Movement of 26 October 1999” - this attempt for a peaceful walk of students, teachers and Lao citizens that was violently repressed by the Lao People’s Democratic Republic ( LPDR) totalitarian régime- the flame of hope is a
07/18/2008 The International Herald Tribune Emma Bonino JUSTICE ACROSS BORDERS
Richard Goldstone ("Prosecuting Sudan's leader," Views, July 16) is right to question the short-sighted argument that the International Criminal Court's indictment of President Omar al-Bashir of Sudan would jeopardize a peace agreement. In many insta
06/15/2008 www.phayul.com Italy marches for Tibet

Sunday, June 15 - Tibetans and supporters in Italy amounting to more than 2,000 took to the Rome City Centre for a peace march to protest against the decision to take the blood stained Olympic torch through Tibet. Tibetan flags soared high in the sky while slogans denouncing the authoritative regime echoed through the streets.

06/05/2008 The Financial Times Emma Bonino, Jan Marinus Wiersma and Andre Wilkens EUROPE MUST END VIOLENCE AGAINST THE ROMA
Arsonists attacked Roma settlements on the outskirts of Naples late last month, in a stark reminder of the perils minority groups still face even in European Union countries.

The Italian authorities, unable to contain the violence, resorte
05/31/2008 INTERNATIONAL BUDDHIST INFORMATION BUREAU VIETNAM - UBCV Patriarch Thich Huyen Quang is in hospital in Binh Dinh
For immediate release
Paris, 31 May 2008


UBCV Patriarch Thich Huyen Quang is in hospital in Binh Dinh

PARIS, 31 May 2008 (IBIB) - The International Budhist Information Bureau is informed that the Supreme Patr
05/26/2008 Il Corriere della Sera Emma Bonino THE POOR CAN DO WITHOUT PETROLEUM BUT NOT CEREALS
This editorial has been published on May 23


Dear Director, I participated in the recent World Economic Forum on the Middle East in Sharm el Sheikh where the world food crisis that is considered as a dramatic threat in the region
03/18/2008 VIETNAM COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RIGHTS Vietnam Committee condemns crackdown on Tibetan Buddhist monks
Vietnam Committee condemns crackdown on Tibetan Buddhist monks

(Paris, 15.03.2008) Quê Me: Action for Democracy in Vietnam and the Vietnam Committee on Human Rights strongly condemns the Chinese government’s recent brutal crackdown on peac
03/18/2008 DPA Pope's "silence" over Tibet criticized
Rome - Commentators in Italy have criticized what they say is the failure of Pope Benedict XVI to express concern for the violence in Tibet.
'At (Sunday's) Angelus Benedict opted to speak about Iraq and remain silent on Tibet,' Turin-based dail
03/15/2008 VIETNAM COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RIGHTS Vietnam Committee condemns crackdown on Tibetan Buddhist monks
(Paris, 15.03.2008) Quê Me: Action for Democracy in Vietnam and the Vietnam Committee on Human Rights strongly condemns the Chinese government’s recent brutal crackdown on peaceful demonstrations of Buddhist monks, nuns and lay-followers in Tibet, an
12/11/2007 The Taipei Times Emma Bonino UN MORATORIUM WOULD BE A FIRST STEP IN KILLING THE DEATH PENALTY
It is finally happening. After 13 years of negotiations and delays, the UN General Assembly will vote this month on the proposal for a universal moratorium on the death penalty. A large majority of the UN adopted the proposal on Nov. 15, despite atte
11/08/2007 Turkish Daily News PRIME MINISTER: AIM IS ACCESSION
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan met Italian Minister for European Union Affairs Emma Bonino yesterday in a visit that came just a day after the EU executive body released its progress report on Turkey. Accompanied by Marco Pannella, honorary
10/10/2007 www.africanpath.com SCNC AND TRANS-NATIONAL RADICAL PARTY (TRD) CELEBRATE UN INTERNATIONAL DAY OF NON-VIOLENCE
PRESS RELEASE
In line with the 46th independence anniversary celebration programme of Southern Cameroons, SCNC Belgium joined Trans-national Radical Party (TRP) both non-violent organisations in Brussels, Belgium to commemorate the first ever
09/29/2007 The Independent Leonard Doylein Washington Revealed: Saddam 'ready to walk away for $1bn'
A transcript of an eve-of-war conversation between President George Bush and former Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar has revealed a previously undisclosed initiative to avert war in Iraq by spiriting Saddam Hussein out of the country.
"Ye
09/26/2007 Daily Mail DAVID GARDNER Saddam asked Bush for $1bn to go into exile
Saddam Hussein offered to step down and go into exile one month before the invasion of Iraq, it was claimed last night.
Fearing defeat, Saddam was prepared to go peacefully in return for £500million ($1billion).
The extraordinary offer wa
08/20/2007 washingtontimes.com Arnold Trebach Fatal alliance
A recent article in The Washington Times by Sara A. Carter show the frightening importance of the alliance between Arabic terrorists and Mexican drug cartels. It documents how well known this dangerous situation has been for several years, for which
08/09/2007 The Financial Times Willem Buiter LEGALISE DRUGS TO BEAT TERRORISTS
The UK government is con sidering reclassifying cannabis from a class C drug to a class B drug, carrying higher penalties for using and dealing. As an economist with a strong commitment to personal liberty and responsibility, my preference would be t
07/26/2007 The Wall Street Journal Marcus Walker in Berlin, Paul Hannon and Andrew Peaple in London EUROPE IS SPLIT ON CALL TO CURB FOREIGN FUNDS
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's call for Europe to defend itself against politically motivated foreign investors has had a mixed reception in European capitals this week. Comments by national leaders suggested a lack of consensus about how to respo
07/20/2007 MLDH vHomage to the Freedom Defender : Feng SACKCHITTAPHONG
The Lao Movement for Human Rights (LMHR) learned with sadness the death of Mr Feng SACKCHITTAPHONG, one of the three leaders of the ‘’ Social – Democrat Movement’’, emprisoned for 14 years in a gulag of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (LPDR) fo
07/05/2007 Accion Democratica Cubana Cuba Report Political Prisoners July 2007
Havana, CUBA July 5, 2007

The Cuban Commission of Human rights and National Reconciliation (CCDHRN) made available to the public the most recent list of Cuban political prisoners corresponding to the last semester of 2007. Together with
05/29/2007 The St. Petersburg Times Natalya Krainova Riot Police Detain Gay Rights Activists
MOSCOW Ч OMON riot police detained gay rights activists, including three European lawmakers, on Sunday as they tried to deliver a letter to City Hall appealing a banned gay march.

A crowd of gay rights opponents, meanwhile, shoute
05/29/2007 The Guardian Luke Harding Moscow From Russia with hate: senior diplomat becomes latest Briton to fall foul of thugs: Siberia assault follows harassment of ambassador Livingstone plea to mayor of Moscow on gay parades
A senior British diplomat has been beaten by two unidentified assailants while on an official trip in provincial Russia. Nigel Gould-Davies, first secretary at the British embassy in Moscow, was attacked at 1am on Saturday as he walked across the the