Sunday, November 26, 2006


Mother Teresa - Advice from a saint -Calcutta is Everywhere

Children of the slums of North Jakarta

Litvinenko: probe claims he may have killed himself

Mario Scaramella and Litvinenko
UK Mail on Sunday

Salah Abdallah has been accused of failing to stop the mass murder of 300,000 people. Abdallah, a former associate of Osama bin Laden, is being protected by US, British and French intelligence service, according to former US officials. Abdallah was flown by the CIA to the agency's headquarters in Langley, Virginia, in 2005. In March 2006, Salah Abdallah visited the private Cromwell Hospital in central London. The Foreign Office, Sudan's secret police chief, and the war on terror

Independence is backed by 52% of Scots while an astonishing 59% of English voters want Scotland to go it alone. England wants its independence

Why a new Trident can only make the world a more dangerous place

Stephen faces police probe on mortgage

Loans for honours: Tony Blair could lose his seat

Treatment of women: the World Economic Forum's latest survey:
'The survey shows that Kazakhstan treats women fairly well (31st in this international league table), compared with some older democracies, such as Greece (69th), France (70th) and Italy (77th). Borat might like to note that Israel (35th) is also behind Kazakhstan in the gender gap.' LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Long live glorious Kazakh nation

'The Institute of Public Policy Research (IPPR) discovered earlier this month that... spoiled children are not happy children. US research, quoted by the IPPR, found that "the greater the involvement of children in consumerism, the more likely they were to suffer depression, anxiety and stress- related physical discomfort". The report also found that "the more consumerist children were, the more likely they were to be dissatisfied."

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