Daily Archives: December 25, 2012

Christmas Eve Mass For Chavez in Caracas


Christmas Eve Mass For Chavez http://www.videocounty.com/videos/christmas-eve-mass-for-chavez/   Supporters of Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez held a Christmas Eve mass in Caracas as the president still remains in Cuba where he recently underwent his third surgery for pelvic cancer. Chavez supporters want … Continue reading

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Ex-soldier says reason we’re leaving Afghanistan is because we’ve lost, by Joe Glenton


Arguably the greatest collection of military power in history has been ground down by ordinary people with no planes, no armour, no drones and no illusions about why Afghanistan was invaded.   by Joe Glenton The Independent 19 December 2012(http://www.stopwar.org.uk/index.php/afghanistan-and-pakistan/2139-ex-soldier-says-reason-were-leaving-afghanistan-is-because-weve-lost) … Continue reading

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