Swastika: Love, Light, Life and Luck!

Friday, February 25th, 2011

There are many types of swastikas all over the world. Swastika is one of the oldest symbols of humanity. Sun corporation: Columbia cloth: Even Windows:

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Che Guevara historical photos narrations.

Thursday, January 22nd, 2009

Let’s start with Che Guevara. The Cuban photographer Alberto Corda took some photos of an argentine doctor and Cuban revolutionary Ernesto Che Guevara in March of 1960.

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Mexican Army Special Forces

Friday, October 3rd, 2008

In Mexico both the Army and Navy have special forces groups or elite units. The Army has a Special Forces Corps unified command and its formed of 3 Special Forces Brigades, a High Command GAFE group, a GAFE group assigned to the Airborne Brigade and several Amphibious Special Forces Groups.

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Bush at Al-Assad Air base in Syria

Saturday, September 8th, 2007

The president Bush secretly flew 12 hours to Al-Assad air base in a remote part of Anbar province, bypassing Baghdad in a symbolic expression of impatience with political paralysis in the nation’s capital. The gesture underscored the U.S. belief that the spark for progress may come at the local level. The temperature topped 110 degrees […]

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Carlos Slim Helu – The richest man on the world

Wednesday, July 4th, 2007

Bill Gates now is not the richest man of the world. The richest man on the world is Carlos Slim Helu says The Guardian..Latin America’s richest man – Carlos Slim Helu added more than $6 billion to his fortune this year. He sold off his stakes in MCI and Altria and used the proceeds to […]

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Tony Blair – best photos

Thursday, June 28th, 2007

Photo: Jonathan Buckmaster / Reuters ; Kieran Doherty / Reuters ; Gustavo Cuevas / EPA ; Alessia Pierdomenico / Reuters ; Denis Sinyakov / Reuters ; Tom Hanson / AP ; Adrian Dennis / AFP ; Itar-Tass.

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G8 Protest in Heiligendamm

Thursday, June 7th, 2007

As hundreds of G8 delegates arrived in the area today, mass blockades seriously interrupted their arrival in the fenced security zone. Thousands of activists blocked all routes leading to the G8 meeting venue. Over 10,000 people blocked the fence gates and breached the newly declared zone around the fence in which all demonstrations had been […]

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Tens of thousands protest against Germany’s G8 summit

Sunday, June 3rd, 2007

Tens of thousands of protestors marched through the northeastern German port of Rostock Saturday to show their opposition to next week’s G8 summit of the world’s wealthiest nations. Organizers said they were expecting 100,000 people from anti-poverty and anti-globalization groups to demonstrate in the nearest city to the luxury coastal resort of Heiligendamm where the […]

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New France President – Nicolas Sarkozy

Monday, May 7th, 2007

© AP, Reuters, Scanpix Conservative Nicolas Sarkozy was elected Sunday to a five-year term as France’s president.PARIS, France – Youths clashed with police in Paris and Lyon on Sunday, and security forces fired tear gas at 2,000 protesters in the French capital after conservative leader Nicolas Sarkozy was elected president.

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Ukrainian political crisis

Friday, April 6th, 2007

KIEV, Ukraine – Thousands of the prime minister’s supporters streamed into the Ukrainian capital Tuesday to protest the president’s order to dissolve parliament and call early elections, ending a shaky political truce with his chief rival.Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych’s supporters expanded a tent camp outside the parliament, while those of President Viktor Yushchenko announced plans […]

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