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Culture, Humour, the Brave, the Foolhardy and the Damned
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(United Press International) Alaska residents are known to be very self-reliant, but one man took that to the extreme by waiting five days to seek medical attention for a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
(News.com.au) North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un’s ex-lover who he ordered to be executed is said to be alive and well.
(Associated Press) In the wake of a botched lethal injection in Oklahoma last month, a Utah lawmaker says he believes a firing squad is a more humane form of execution.
Charges of favouritism denied after land commissioner approves staging of protest at which he is main speaker at historic site
It's a theme familiar to students of American history – a group of single-minded Texans taking a stand at the Alamo.
Labour’s left-wards lurch continues. These moves are widely expected as of 15:00:
Jim Murphy – Blairite – DEMOTED
Stephen Twigg – Blarite – SACKED
Liam Byrne – Blairite – SACKED
Len is getting his wish.
As I’ve shared before I worked in the online brokerage industry for a number of years. While it allowed me some insight into the investing minds of many people – some of which I would be inspired or encouraged by, others simply left me shaking my head. Mind you, these weren’t always insanely stupid investing decisions – like the client who said “let it ride with another $10,000 in that penny stock after losing all of her previous $15,000 balance in the same penny stock, but individuals that simply made my day a little more amusing because of the conversations I had with them. The Solar Powered Jets You’d be amazed at how long many people will talk to you on just about any topic. Or the location they’d be in when having said conversation with you – like some clients who would call in from the “facilities” completely blitzed and wanting to talk about their investment portfolio. While those were always interesting discussions, it was the calls from left field that mad
Syrians refugees thought Egypt would be safe. They were wrong.
"If we'd just stuck a question mark after the headline none of this would have happened"
If Miliband's Mail-bashing was really about sticking up for his dad, he would not have used jarring political lines about the "cost of living crisis" in his letter to Lord Rothermere yesterday...
Federal prosecutors believe that former JP Morgan trader Javier Martin-Artajo will face trial in the U.S. for the London Whale trading loss.
In her speech to the 68th United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday Argentine President Cristina Fernandez stressed that regulating the financial markets is a human rights issue and claimed that Argentina has been a repeat victim of shady...
After arriving in Russia for the two-day G20 summit, Argentine President Cristina Fernández stressed she will be addressing the “vulture funds issue” during the summit despite the US rejected to mention it in the final statement.
Argentine President Cristina Fernández left on Tuesday for Russia to attend the G20 summit to begin next Thursday at the Constantine Palace in Saint Petersburg.
The Argentine government replied furiously on Sunday night to the latest chapter of journalist Jorge Lanata program on corruption in Argentina which so far had exposed top officials and protected businesspeople of the Kirchner couple...
A rare clear sky revealed the active heart of the South Pacific volcano.
'With the United States set to continue international financial reform discussions with G-20 partners in September 2013, 35 members of the House of Representatives urged the SEC and CFTC to harmonize cross-border derivatives regulations with each other, as well as with their appropriately regulated global counterparts. In a letter to CFTC Chair Gary Gensler and SEC Chair Mary Jo White, the House members cautioned that the unilateral application of U.S. derivatives regulations to other countries that are presently working on their own complementary derivatives regulatory regimes will result in a flight of swaps activity away from U.S.banks overseas and further away from U.S. oversight. Further, while ensuring a proper level of regulatory compliance abroad is imperative, the failure to agree on a common regulatory framework poses risks and distortions. For one thing, regulatory gaps would encourage regulatory arbitrage, warned the House members, as market participants seek inappropriately regulated markets.'
In 2010, Private Manning did his duty to humanity and supplied proof from within the murder machine. This is his triumph, and his show trial merely expresses corrupt power’s abiding fear of people learning the truth.