Thailand: Protests Capital of Third World Countries.

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It will be very appropriate if the Save Nigeria Groups, various opposition groups/parties in Nigeria could undertake a study of masses mobilization method used by the Thai’s opposition groups (the red shirts). Continue reading

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Nigeria leader Goodluck Jonathan ‘chooses cabinet’

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Nigeria’s acting President Goodluck Jonathan has nominated a list of ministers, sources say, a week after he sacked his entire cabinet. Continue reading

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UK expels Israeli diplomat over Dubai slaying case

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LONDON – Britain expelled an Israeli diplomat on Tuesday over the alleged use of forged U.K. passports in the assassination of a Hamas operative in a suspected Mossad hit. It was the first time Britain has ousted an Israeli diplomat in more than 20 years.

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Teen Fatherhood

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The term teen fatherhood is for me a new coinage from the existing studies on teen parenthood in family studies. In the last century, the etiology of teen fatherhood has been studied and documented in western literatures. Continue reading

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Anthony-Claret is a software Engineer, entrepreneur and the founder of Codewit INC. Mr. Claret publishes and manages the content on Codewit Word News website and associated websites. He's a writer, IT Expert, great administrator, technology enthusiast, social media lover and all around digital guy.
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Teen Fatherhood

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The term teen fatherhood is for me a new coinage from the existing studies on teen parenthood in family studies. In the last century, the etiology of teen fatherhood has been studied and documented in western literatures. Continue reading

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Anthony Claret

Anthony-Claret is a software Engineer, entrepreneur and the founder of Codewit INC. Mr. Claret publishes and manages the content on Codewit Word News website and associated websites. He's a writer, IT Expert, great administrator, technology enthusiast, social media lover and all around digital guy.
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Children and adolescents with learning disabilities: its impact on school, family and society

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Millions of children in Europe, U.S, the Caribbean and primarily Africa, have trouble in learning and reading. Most of these children may not be able to read at all, while many might be considered “slow readers.”  Besides being a slow reader, many children in Africa lack the basic reading and writing skills associated with learning in high schools for better college education. Continue reading

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Nigeria’s ruling party to meet for crucial talks

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Nigeria’s ruling party is planning crucial talks after Acting President Goodluck Jonathan sacked a government he inherited from the country’s ailing head of state, sources said.

The People Democratic Party’s highest decision making body was expected to meet next week to discuss the cabinet dissolution as well as start planning for general elections due next year. Continue reading

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Nigerian village on alert after bloody attack

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Security forces in Nigeria are again on high alert following an attack on a village near the city of Jos, which killed at least 13 people. Continue reading

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Nigeria recalls envoy from Libya after President Gaddafi Separation remark

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Nigeria yesterday recalled its ambassador to Libya following President Muammar Gaddafi’s suggestion that the country be partitioned between Muslims and Christians. He made the remark while commenting on the incessant clash between adherents of both religions.

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Dragging Benedict into Germany’s abuse scandal

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As new clergy sex-abuse allegations come to light in Germany, some in the media seem eager to tie them in whatever way possible to the German pontiff. Damian Thompson of the Telegraph points to a Times headline — “Pope knew priest was paedophile but allowed him to continue with ministry” — as just one of the more egregious examples of misleading news reports on the story:

The then Archbishop Ratzinger allowed a priest accused of sexual offences from another diocese to go into retreat in Munich while he received counselling; he knew nothing of the decision to put the priest into ministry and by the time the priest was accused of further offences, Cardinal Ratzinger had been in Rome for years.

The German Church handled this very badly, no doubt; but it was not Joseph Ratzinger’s fault and the headline is (excuse the shouting) NOT TRUE.

Of course, explaining all that doesn’t help move papers. But over at CNN, John Allen says that the Vatican probably hasn’t seen the end of this particular media frenzy:

[T]he story is potentially damaging to the pontiff for at least two reasons.

First, this may not be the only case from the five years when Benedict was archbishop of Munich. When similar scandals have erupted in other parts of the world, one report or one accusation typically breeds others. If revelations emerge in drips and drabs about other abuser priests from the years Benedict was archbishop, it could tie his papacy down fighting public relations battles for some time to come.

Second, if other cases come to light, they could damage the pope’s ability to resolve what many observers regard as the principal unfinished business of the crisis [i.e., holding accountable the bishops who presided over abusive priests].

Potential allegations don’t even have to be particularly well-founded to redound negatively on Benedict, as the Times headline shows. Sadly, for some in the media, concrete evidence isn’t necessary to condemn the pope — speculation and insinuation will do.

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