The Day Newsweek Bungled

October 28th, 2014 — 12:17 am
More than 16 deaths were reported and dozens injured following violent protests from Afghanistan to Pakistan, Indonesia, Gaza and even to Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, Malaysia and the Arab League. So much loss of life and sufferings all on account of one article that may or may not even be true. And would you believe that article came from--Newsweek? The magazine we all grew up with and have always held to be truthful and reliable? Why would a single article spark so much violence and ...
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Dumaguete City; City of Gentle People

October 26th, 2014 — 12:12 am
The plane lands, you get out and you notice the beautiful landscape of the Cuernos de Negros, the so-called horns of Negros, while at the same time enjoying the ocean breeze coming from the Tañon Straight. You have landed in Dumaguete City and now it is time for us to show you what Dumaguete City has to offer for you. Once you leave the airport, you will notice hundreds of vehicles assembled on the roads and you will notice that Dumaguete City is the city of the most motorcycles in the ...
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Russian Visa- Your Key to the Wonderful Place

October 22nd, 2014 — 01:56 am
Russia is a rich place of cultures, historical backgrounds and natural beauties. Millions of people from all parts of the world come to this amazing place for several reasons of their own. Whatever may be the cause, but one thing is for sure- you need a Russian visa to step into this country.VisaA visa is actually a legal permission from the government of the respective country to allow the entry of the foreigner to that country.Types of Russian VisaTourist visaSingle or double entry, in both ...
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Dumaguete City as University Town

October 21st, 2014 — 12:17 am
Dumaguete is a university town which houses four universities that contribute to the nations education. These four universities are Silliman University, Negros Oriental State University, Foundation University and St. Paul University. Dumaguete is a city with a little more than 150,000 citizen during the summer, but during school time this number grows almost double in size. This is because Dumaguete is the number one University town in the Visayas and thrives mostly because of its influx of ...
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Environmental Conscious City of Puerto Princesa

October 18th, 2014 — 01:37 am
The capital of Palawan is Puerto Princesa. It is the urban capital of Palaway with one hundred twenty thousand people living there. It is the second largest city in the country. It is second to Davao. Puerto Princesa is a place where the environment is green and clean. The local government also enforced that the whole city should ban guns. The people living there and the guests to the place get a penalty just for throwing a litter or spitting. A fine of two hundred pesos is given to anyone who ...
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The City of Heroes account and its playground

October 17th, 2014 — 01:55 am
City of Heroes is a game that is becoming increasingly popular thanks to its design and characters; every player who is highly interesting in this game can choose to buy his own City of Heroes accounts in order to provide him with the necessary level of entertainment. This multiple role-playing game allows its participants to wear bright costumes and act like real super heroes. Every player has a wide range of powers from which he can choose the desired ones. For instance, he can provide his ...
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Purchase Tickets Now For The 2009 Underground Music Awards Taking Place 08/23/09 @ BB Kings In NYC

October 16th, 2014 — 12:06 am
Urban Threshold's 7th Annual Underground Music Awards will take place August 23rd, 2009 at the world Famous BB Kings Concert Hall in Times Square, NYC Urban Threshold's Underground Music Awards is the biggest and brightest national award show for indie artists. Music superstars such as Slick Rick, MOP, GrandMaster Flash, The Force MD's, Kid Capri, DJ Red Alert, Marley Marl, MC Shan, Kool G. Rap & More have all been honored at Urban Threshold's ...
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Virginia is a Fascintaing Place

October 12th, 2014 — 12:07 am
At the end of 16th century, Britain started colonizing Virginia, where Native Americans used to live. First permanent white settlement was done at Jamestown in 1607. Virginia sent many delegates to American Congress in 1774 in Philadelphia. On 29 June 1776 Virginia adopted a convention making it a commonwealth independent of British Empire. On 17 April 1861 it withdrew from the US and after much hustle-bustle it again joined them on 18 June 1861. It is also known for the nine Presidents of US ...
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Hershey Pennsylvania: The Sweetest Place on Earth

October 7th, 2014 — 01:58 am
Hershey Pennsylvania is the home of the world famous Hershey Chocolate. There are a lot of luxurious but affordable hotels in Hershey, assuring you a relaxing and stress-free vacation. You will find Hershey along Derry Township in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. It is about 14 miles off Harrisburg's eastern portion. This place is formerly known as Derry Church. In 1906, it was renamed as Hershey because of the growing fame of Hershey's Chocolate. It is also named as Chocolate Town. In fact, ...
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Ending Child Labor

October 6th, 2014 — 12:15 am
Your Nike shoes that cost you 150 dollar and your 70 dollar pair of Levi Strauss jeans were most likely made by a young person from the age of 5-14 living in Indonesia, Honduras, China or Haiti. They are forced to work with no benefits, low wages, long hours, and unsanitary conditions. They are basically slaves. Some factory management assault, rape, and abuse the workers. Children are the majority that dies from this immoral exploitation. According to Children ...
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