Monthly Archives: September, 2010

UN warns government on illegal immigrants’ rights

The UN is now butting in as they warn governments that they must respect the rights of all migrants, in a statement apparently targeting measures including Arizona’s crackdown on illegal immigrants and French expulsions of Roma.  The UN should just butt out, as Arizona is enforcing federal laws, and France is taking care of a …

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Harmon says Labour is fortified

Harriet Harmon says with the new leader, Ed Miliband, Labour will soon be inited and fortified.  Harmon further said losing the general election was hard but they are now a fierce team.  All of this after David Miliband quit front bench politics after his younger brother beat him.  He lost the election by just 1%.  …

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McDonald’s May Drop Health Care Plan

MacDonald’s Corp, has informed federal regulators its health insurance plan for nearly 30,000 hourly restaurant workers isn’t compatible with a new requirement of the U.S. health overhaul.  This raises questions whether or not employees will soon lose healthcare coverage.  The trade groups that represent restaurants and retailers say low-wage employers might halt their coverage if …

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House condemns Japan over custody rights

On Wednesday the House applied pressure on Japan strongly urging Tokyo to return immediately half-Japanese children that lawmakers say have been kidnapped from their American parents.  The House voted unanimously a resolution condemning the abduction and retention” of children held in Japan in violation of their human rights and United States and international law.  It …

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Blackburn couple deny child neglect

The parents of a seven month old baby has denied neglecting her, when she died from many non accidental injuries.  Aliyaah Karolia died from bronchopneumonia brought on by damage caused to her bones and central nervous system, an inquest heard in March.  Mohammed Karolia, 28, and Nafisa Karolia, 21, each denied two charges of child neglect …

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Mumbai style terrorist attack thwarted in europe

A US senior intelligence official told Fox News that a commando terrorist attack which called for simultaneous attacks at hotels in London, Germany, and France was stopped after the CIA launced a series of drone attacks in Pakistan, to stop the plan.  The attackers were said to be of of Pakistani or Algerian origin and …

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Children with food allergies often bullied

A recent report says that 1/3 of school age children who have food allergies are being bullied by classmate, teachers and school staff.  The survey indicates that 35% of the children, at age 5 and older who have food allergies reported experiencing bullying, teasing or harassment.  This study by Mount Sinai Hospital and Mount Sinai …

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Indian Health Services Hired Criminals

The Feds have been at it again, when it was discovered that the Indian Health Service had  hired convicted criminals, failed to stop employees from stealing narcotics and allowed workers to take paid leave for more than a year while being investigated for misconduct.  The investigation uncovered many years of mismanagement that led to poor …

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Paedophiles find FaceBook

Fox News recently did an in depth investigation into the world of paedophiles, and they discovered that worldwide groups have found a new tool to find, befriend, and reel in their victims – Facebook.  Facebook says they have strict rules against such content, but in the investigation, on September 23, in a search, it showed …

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UK – Harry Schick stabs friend gets 9 years

Harry Schick stabbed  his best friend 13 times for “personal gratification”, so his punishment – 9 years.  That’s not long enough is it?  Schick, 17, lured Croydon, south London, in March before striking.  Both had been studying for A levels at  Berkshire’s Pangbourne College.  Gavin Doyle survived the attack, despite a pierced liver and lung. Schick …

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