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Three things we learned from Man United v Barca
Manchester United failed to capitalise on an out-of-sorts display from Lionel Messi and Barcelona on Wednesday as Luke Shaw's own goal left the La Liga side firmly in charge of their Champions League quarter-final.
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RE-THINKING ALOUD : ... In the last days of America’s Hegemony -- Part 7
I am the one who wrote, ‘Money and Power have made us “the indignant desert birds”’. My reference was W.B. Yeats’ poem ‘Second Coming’. I show that where the world is today ‘we are indignant birds – not humans. We live in a virtual desert caused by being slaves of money…of power…...
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RE-THINKING ALOUD : …in the Last Days of America’s Hegemony, Part 6
On a note that the military structure of the USA is past ‘defence’ very few can deny. Again on the line of thought that the US military complex is destructive both internally and externally, only idiots can doubt. Take the weaponry department and its influence for example – you w...
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Assange in new bid to cancel UK arrest warrant
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will on Tuesday find out whether the British arrest warrant hanging over him is to be cancelled, potentially paving the way for him to leave Ecuador's London embassy.
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UK court upholds Assange arrest warrant
A British judge upheld an arrest warrant for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Tuesday but delayed until next week her decision on a further application by his lawyers to cancel it.
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