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Europe commemorates the Holocaust; however, it still forgetsEurope commemorates the Holocaust; however, it still forgets by Christos Mouzeviris
On the 27th of January, Europe marked 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz, a grim reminder of one of Europe's darkest pages in history. (Add a comment)
Corporate Occupations: The UN Business "Black List" and Israel's SettlementsCorporate Occupations: The UN Business "Black List" and Israel's Settlements by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
Mikhail Bakunin, in that charming anarchist tradition, regarded the state as an evil to be done away with. Such collective formations were criminal, oppressive, eviscerating to the individual. (Add a comment)
World Day of Social Justice: A Sense of DirectionWorld Day of Social Justice: A Sense of Direction by Rene Wadlow
On a proposal of the Ambassador of Kyrgyzstzan, the United Nations General Assembly has set 20 February as the World Day of Social Justice. It was observed for the first time in 2009, but is not widely known. (1 comment)
World Day of Social JusticeWorld Day of Social Justice by The Ovi Team
February 20th; Social justice is an underlying principle for peaceful and prosperous coexistence within and among nations. We uphold the principles of social justice when we promote gender equality or the rights of indigenous peoples and migrants. (2 comments)
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20 February 2020
February 20th 1950; Welsh poet Dylan Thomas arrives in New York for his first reading tour of the United States. His four U.S. tours were wildly successful but ended with Thomas' death at age 39. (1 comment)
World Day of Social Justice: The People's Revolution is On The MarchWorld Day of Social Justice: The People's Revolution is On The March by Rene Wadlow
20 February 2020
The United Nations General Assembly, on the initiative of Nurbch Jeenbrev, the Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan to the U.N. in New York, has proclaimed 20 February as the "World Day of Social Justice" with an emphasis on the reduction of poverty. (Add a comment)
Cultural Evolution and Thailand's Deep South TroublesCultural Evolution and Thailand's Deep South Troubles by Murray Hunter
19 February 2020
Thailand's Deep South, a three-state region with a mixed population of ethnic Malays, Chinese and Thais, feels like a country within a country. The communities live within their own customs, own cultures... (Add a comment)
Intelligence Spats: Australia, Britain and HuaweiIntelligence Spats: Australia, Britain and Huawei by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
19 February 2020
A note of fraternal tension has been registered between the United Kingdom and Australia. It began with Britain's decision to permit China's technology giant Huawei a role in the construction of the country's 5G network. (Add a comment)
Some startup ideasSome startup ideas by Joseph Gatt
19 February 2020
Do you want to be famous but have no idea what you want to be famous for? I mean, do you want to launch a startup but have no idea what startups to launch? Here are a few ideas. (Add a comment)
Walk & talk 2008Walk & talk 2008 by Thanos Kalamidas
19 February 2020
Contemporary talk, walk and talk! (Add a comment)
The phonographThe phonograph by The Ovi Team
19 February 2020
February 19th, 1878. The technology that made the modern music business possible came into existence in the New Jersey laboratory where Thomas Alva Edison created the first device to both record sound and play it back. (Add a comment)
Deng Xiaoping deadDeng Xiaoping dead by The Ovi Team
19 February 2020
February 19th 1997; China's paramount leader Deng Xiaoping died at the age of 92. He had been suffering from failing health for several years and was last seen in public three years ago. (1 comment)
Words and PicturesWords and Pictures by Jan Sand
18 February 2020
Noam Chomsky, who is one of the most recognized experts on the nature of language, estimates that human language began about twenty thousand years ago. (Add a comment)
Poetry of the StarsPoetry of the Stars by Nikos Laios
18 February 2020
The days and nights Melt into one, The stars Are the poetry (Add a comment)
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