Tunisian govt shake-up: A move away from hardline Islamist rule?

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Published: 07 February, 2013, 15:30 TAGS: Religion, Middle East, Protest, Politics,Human rights TRENDS: Arab world protests A Tunisian protester jumps amid smoke after police fired tear gas during a rallye outside the Interior ministry to protest after Tunisian opposition leader and outspoken government critic Chokri Belaid was shot dead with three bullets fired from close range, on February 6,…

‘This is the sort of thing Mugabe would do’ – UKIP head Farage lambasts alleged EU PR funding

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Published: 08 February, 2013, 09:01 TAGS: EU, Crisis, Politics, Economy,Lucy Kafanov A view of the Berlaymont building, headquarters of the European Union Commission (AFP Photo) (34.1Mb)embed video As Eurozone leaders lock horns in Brussels over the proposed trillion-euro budget deal, speculation is rife the EU is set to invest millions in a PR campaign against online critics, looking to…

EU Bans Animal Testing in Cosmetics

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Published on Thursday, February 7, 2013 by Common Dreams Highlights sparse regulation of hazardous ingredients in US cosmetics – Lauren McCauley, staff writer Though a major victory for animals and animal-rights groups, the recent announcement that the European Union is banning the use of animals in cosmetic testing shines a light on the sparse regulation of…

Mike Quinsey – SaLuSa 8-February 2013.

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SaLuSa  8-February 2013.   Where are your travels leading you to now, after the excitement of Ascension even if did not bring with it the greatly expected changes. As we have informed you, you have lost absolutely nothing as a result of Ascension passing in a manner that failed to bring you the long awaited…