Suspected Arsonist Sets 10 Fires in Central Park

Did Haiti’s Earthquake Damage Extremist Islam’s Foundation?

On Tuesday of this week, Haiti was struck by a devastating earthquake. The destruction has been widespread and the Red Cross estimates that 50,000 people have been killed. Sadly, that figure could be conservative. Aid organisations and the United Nations have appealed to the international community for assistance. The response has been overwhelming, and planes are being turned away from Toussaint L’Ouverture International Airport.

The Rapa Nui Genocide

At the height of their civilization, the Rapanui’s numbered around 7,000. Fishing vessels fed the population and large statues called Moai were erected around the coast to serve as the embodiment of former and current Ariki Moas. But this thriving civilization would not last.

Guam Government – Steps to Assist Foreign Investors

GEDA (Guam Economic Development Authority) located in International Trade Center, Guam, has recently started desk service for all the potential investors. The services which are being offered to the prospective investors are Industry Research, Pre Visit Meeting Schedule and meeting with government entities to ensure you the best support from the Government.

The American Red Cross Mobilizes For Haitian Relief

Within hours of the magnitude 7.0 earthquake that devastated Haiti last week, the American Red Cross had begun mounting a massive relief effort, loading Miami-based planes with food and water, distributing thousands of blankets, plastic sheets and other supplies, pledging one million dollars of its own money and partnering with Verizon Wireless on a text campaign that would allow other concerned citizens to contribute more. (As of January 18, this partnership and donations via their website and direct telephone line have generated eighty-seven million dollars.)

Dell Offers Support to Haiti Online

Since the devastating earthquake in Haiti happened, everyone is trying to extend a hand to the country in need. There are millions of people suffering from this occurrence and Dell wants to assist with sending over extra help. The company has an entire list of different relief efforts for people to choose from right on their website.

Somalia – Theseus Paradox

Trapped in fantasy of a political settlement and/or unified statehood, many Somali affairs scholars, policy makers, journalist and politicians seem to be locked in a failing approach to constitute a lasting settlement. This is in part because of their overemphasis on forming a unified, centralized, Somali National Government. It is a fanciful thing to dream about formulating a lasting solution to the protracted Somali crisis, particularly one that calls for a centralized national government.

Orphans and Their Life

This story describes the intricacies how children are treated in orphanages and how what they become and what happened to them. This tells how the child remembers she was taken to orphanage when she was around three year old unable to think what is happening and what will happen in future. She suffers from not only physical but mental trauma.

Boom Time For Papua New Guinea (PNG)

Papua New Guinea, PNG, is about to become the country built on LNG (Liquid Natural Gas). Within the last decade three enormous Natural Gas Fields have been discovered in the southern and western highlands of Papua New Guinea.

Republic Day of India – A Day That Rekindles Patriotism and Humanity

Republic day of India is celebrated on 26th January every year with zeal, pride and honor. It is a day that rekindles patriotism, humanity, love, and brotherhood.

Towards A Greater Nigeria – Part 2

To improve the leadership competence of Nigeria, our sacred constitution must be uplifted which bestows on every Nigerian the right to vote and be voted for. The perturbing trend of godfatherism, ‘Ghana must go’ politics and looting must stop. Until an average middle class Nigerian can freely vie for any political position in the country without fear of intimidation or oppression, Nigeria would continue to practice a backward democracy.

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