Archive for June, 2010
Oum el Nour has launched an Anti-Drug campaign. Powerful stuff.
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Tags: Anti drug, Oum el Nour
A leading U.S. expert on the Mideast has told Congress that the U.S. should break with its policy and begin talking to Hezbollah, the Iranian-backed group that the U.S. calls a terrorist organization. Ryan Crocker, who retired from the U.S. foreign service last year as the State Department’s most experienced Mideast hand, told a Senate […]
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Tags: congress, Hezbollah, Jeffrey Feltman, Ryan Crocker, US
Helen Thomas, a Lebanese immigrant, author and former news service reporter, Hearst Newspapers columnist, and member of the White House Press Corps, has covered the administrations of ten presidents in a career spanning nearly sixty years. Helen Thomas issued the following statement today: “I deeply regret my comments I made last week regarding the Israelis and […]
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Tags: Germany, Helen Thomas, Israel, Jews, Palestine, Poland, USA
Exposition – La Suisse et ses littératures Exposition ouverte aux écoles, groupe et individus; Possibilité de prêt de livres; La Bibliothèque Sonore Romande prête gratuitement des livres audio à toute personne dans l’incapacité de lire. Découvrez la Suisse à travers: une exposition littéraire des séances de ciné-club des documentaires et des debats des jeux et […]
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Tags: Bibliothèque Sonore Romande, littératures, Maison des Jeunes et de la Culture, Suisse, Zouk Mikaël
The heartbreaking news coming out of Cyprus as the Pope visits this divided European Island, Al Jazeera English sheds light on this community that is in danger of being extinct.
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Tags: Cyprus, Greece, Maronite community, Maronites, Pope, Turkey, Unification