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  1. How ironic I found this article today. New anti-rumor policy faces its inaugural.http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/813013.shtml#.UkTivKdOlFo A 16 year-old schoolboy, identified by his surname Yang, was arrested at his junior high school in northwestern China's Gansu Province last week. The teenager's alleged crime involved online posts in which he suggested police had beaten the relatives of a man who accidentally died and suggested that protests must be carried out. The message was reposted many times, resulting in hundreds of people gathering at the scene of the death and causing serious
  2. Part OneThis is part one of a three part series on the BBC. Audio broadcast. As always, Enjoy!!
  3. Held at the headquarters of the Ministry of Commerce meeting of the Central Committee for Quality Management in the presence of Deputy Minister Walid al-Habib sweet and a group of business executives and sections During the meeting, the implementation of a number of lectures in the presence of a number of staff departments and companies, including the Department of Registration of companies and control circuit commercial, financial and Administrative Service and Finance as well as the Department of Planning and Follow-up where they discussed topics requirements for the successful imple
  4. 2013-09-10 Foreign Relations Committee discussed on Sunday 8/9/2013 at its meeting chaired by MP Humam hammoudi , Chairman of the relationship with Turkey in developments in the region, and the decision of the Iraqi and Turkish Governments in calm and get away from the tension escalation. The Committee heard assessments to date of the relationship between the two countries and periods of history since the Ottoman occupation to the national Government until after 2003. The Committee recommended the need to restore the relationship based on reciprocity and respect the interna
  5. 2013-09-10 See House today announced a draft Charter on cooperation between public authorities and non-governmental organizations. This Charter was born as a real need and initiative of non-governmental organizations responded to the competent Parliamentary Committee and with the support of the European Union and the United Nations, the Charter drafting Committee was formed and consisted of 12 members of the House of representatives and the representation of the Government and non-governmental organizations and five representatives of organizations active in civil society. And
  6. 2013-09-10 Mr. Iyad Namik glorious chef House Iraq on Tuesday 10-11-13 letter from Mr. Noureddine bouchkouj, Secretary General of the Arab Inter-Parliamentary Union price where Giselle by the Development Office of the Council and enable employees to gain the experience and development. And Mr. bouchkouj appreciated the level of relations between the two sides, stressing its readiness to continue cooperation not his in public interest, demonstrating the willingness of the Arab Institute for training in Beirut in cooperation with the Lebanese Parliament for the commitment
  7. 2013-09-10 Civil society organizations hosted on Monday 9/9/2013 Ms Teresa Pinto (project manager of the empowerment of civil society in United Nations development program UNDP in Iraq). During the meeting discussed developments in civil society empowerment programme and the stages that have been completed in the program of support for the development of Iraqi civil society organizations MP Jawad Kazem Al-jubouri, head of the Committee on the continued cooperation and constructive consultations with the United Nations agencies for the development of civil society. In turn than
  8. 2013-09-10 The Committee of civil society institutions in cooperation with the United Nations Office for Project Services UNOPS workshop at the Rashid Hotel in Baghdad (21/8-22/8/2013) through which the Commission completed the draft Charter on cooperation between public authorities and non-governmental organizations in the second draft. The Committee said "it is hoped that the Charter on cooperation approved by the Executive and legislative authorities in Iraq is the first document in Iraq and the region that specifies the responsibilities of public authorities and partnership
  9. 2013-09-09 The legal Committee, headed by MP Khalid shawani Chairman on Saturday, 8/9/2013 meeting discussed proposals and bills on its agenda, including a bill amending the code of criminal procedure no. 23 of 1971 and proposed abolition Act abolished the Revolutionary Command Council resolutions (electrolyte) 1021 of 1983, 197, 1994, 145 of 2001 and the Act to amend the Judiciary Act No. 160 of 1979 as well as a proposed election law.
  10. 2013-09-09 The Finance Committee discussed on Sunday 8/9/2013 at its meeting chaired by MP Haider Al-Abbadi, Chairman of the retirement Bill. The Committee agreed on the need to take the time to study the Bill and listen to the views and opinions of stakeholders as well as Commission professional and some of the leaves on its provisions to allow the Committee to include it for first reading in the next few days. The Committee decided to approve the draft law include new first reading and wait to move a bill granting pension rights for those with special grades designated a
  11. August 23, 2013 AFP • International Monetary Fund told to vacate the country; nation now issuing debt-free money By Ronald L. Ray Hungary is making history of the first order. Not since the 1930s in Germany has a major European country dared to escape from the clutches of the Rothschild-controlled international banking cartels. This is stupendous news that should encourage nationalist patriots worldwide to increase the fight for freedom from financial tyranny. Already in 2011, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán promised to serve justice on his socialist predecessors, who sold the na
  12. Thank you yota. I just turned to Al Jazeera and was met with video footage of dead children and adults littering the floor of some facility in Syria due to Assad using chemical weapons. You won't see that on the some major networks. A picture is worth a thousand words. Or in this case, "video presents untold volumes." Peace
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