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Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong

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Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong was born in Wapakoneta, Ohio on August 5, 1930 and passed away at age 82 on August 25, 2012. Armstrong made history on July 20, 1969, when he became the first person to walk on the moon as commander of Apollo 11.

This photograph of Armstrong from the Apollo 11 mission was taken inside the Lunar Module (LM) while the LM rested on the lunar surface. Astronauts Armstrong and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., lunar module pilot, had already completed their historic spacewalk when this picture was made. Astronaut Michael Collins, command module pilot, remained with the Command and Service Modules (CSM) in lunar orbit while Armstrong and Aldrin explored the moon's surface.

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Infographic: Over 600 Journalists Were Killed in 10 Years

Infographic: Over 600 Journalists Were Killed in 10 Years | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Many journalists have died, while fighting for free information and freedom of speech.
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The horrible attack on the French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo opened the list of murdered journalists in 2015. In the past 10 years more than 600 journalists have been killed around the globe. According to data from the US news website GlobalPost Iraq, Syria and the Philippines are the top three death locations for media representatives. Most of the victims were local journalists. 

Europe is represented in these statistics by Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Greece, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Will there be more attention to the security of media after the tragic events in France?

What measures should be taken to protect the freedom of speech?

Do you believe there is freedom of speech in your country?

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On the Continuing Downward Slide of Olive Oil Prices in Greece

On the Continuing Downward Slide of Olive Oil Prices in Greece | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
In Crete, bulk prices for premium quality EVOO with less than 0.3 acidity have dropped as low as €2.60 ($3.16) per kilo. Olive growers desperate for cash flow are selling at alarmingly low prices. The Greek media are blaming Italians buyers for not offering higher prices. They also blame the Cretan olive mills for not storing it and waiting for higher prices. Some are even blaming the olive growers for harvesting too quickly and creating a temporary oversupply.

Why are olive mills so quick to unload their highest quality EVOO at the lowest prices in Crete? Most are deeply in debt and need to sell to keep operating. The banks are not lending or extending credit at reasonable interest rates or terms, so many are forced to sell now. Prices in other provinces in Greece are barely holding above €3.00 to €3.20.
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Greece: End of austerity?

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Snap elections raise concerns that far-Left opposition could go back on multi-billion bailout deals.
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Parliamentary polls were announced after Greek MPs failed to choose a new president. According to the constitution, the vote's failure means parliament has to be dissolved.

Uncertainty over the outcome of the January 25 parliamentary election is raising concerns that Greece’s long simmering debt crisis could be re-ignited.

Greece is showing signs of recovery after six years of recession, thanks to multi-billion dollar bailouts from the European Union and the International Monetary Fund.

Resentment remains though, over stringent austerity measures imposed as part of that rescue package.

Germany's finance minister is warning that Greece has 'no alternative' to hard reforms.

But the leader of the opposition Syriza party is already announcing “austerity will be history” if his left wing party triumphs at the ballot box.

Alexis Tsipras told supporters in Athens: "Let it be clear to everyone both inside and outside the country: only the Greek people can decide, and only them. Greeks hold the key to the country.

"Today my friends is the beginning of the end of the regime that sunk the country into poverty, unemployment, grief and desperation. The beginning of the end of those who were shamelessly servants of catastrophic policies."

So could Greece go back on its multi-billion dollar bailouts? And what are the implications for the Eurozone?

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Greek Patience With Austerity Nears Its Limit

Greek Patience With Austerity Nears Its Limit | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Greece’s unemployment rate was supposed to top out at 15 percent in 2012, according to International Monetary Fund calculations. But it roared to 25 percent that year, reached 27 percent in 2013 and has ticked downward only slightly since.
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About 900,000 of the more than 1.3 million who are out of work have not had a paycheck in more than two years, experts say.

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Greece heading for snap elections - live

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There has been a distinct sense over recent weeks that the government has lost the appetite to see through the adjustment programme it has repeatedly argued is the only option for Greece to exit the crisis. The final troika review was meant to be wrapped up within a few weeks of the meetings in Paris in early September. However, as the review dragged on so it became apparent that the government did not have the political will (and perhaps the necessary votes in Parliament) to push things over the line. Each troika demand squeezed a little more life out of the coalition until it became clear that a new plan had to be devised.

At this point, Samaras made what was a deeply political calculation: He realised that passing the latest clutch of troika demands through Parliament would guarantee that his government had no chance of electing a president in February and would force it to go to national polls having only just approved a new round of unpopular measures. In these circumstances, bringing forward the presidential vote gave the coalition a slightly better chance of success or, if snap elections were not avoided, meant that a SYRIZA or SYRIZA-led government would be left with the task of closing out the troika negotiations.
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Ferry catches fire between Greece and Italy with hundreds on board

Ferry catches fire between Greece and Italy with hundreds on board | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Coastguard says 150 rescued from Norman Atlantic after fire broke out, and two ships collide in thick fog elsewhere in Adriatic
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Eight Italians suffering from hypothermia were reported to have been rescued and flown to the military airport in the south-eastern Italian region of Puglia. From there they were moved to a civilian hospital in the town of Galatina

The rest of the passengers were reported to have taken refuge on the upper decks of the vessels. “The fire is still burning,” Greek passenger Sofoklis Styliaras told Mega television. “On the lower deck, where the lifeboats are, our shoes were starting to melt from the heat … There’s nowhere else for us to go. It’s impossible to walk on the lower deck because of the heat.”

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5 Very Smart People Who Think #Artificial #Intelligence Could Bring the #Apocalypse

5 Very Smart People Who Think #Artificial #Intelligence Could Bring the #Apocalypse | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
On the list of doomsday scenarios that could wipe out the human race, super-smart killer robots rate pretty high in the public consciousness. And in scientific circles, a growing number of artificial intelligence experts agree that humans will eventually create an artificial intelligence that can think beyond our own capacities. This moment, called the singularity, could create a utopia in which robots automate common forms of labor and humans relax amid bountiful
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Stephen Hawking

“The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race,” the world-renowned physicist told the BBC. “It would take off on its own and re-design itself at an ever increasing rate. Humans, who are limited by slow biological evolution, couldn’t compete, and would be superseded.” Hawking has been voicing this apocalyptic vision for a while. In a May column in response toTranscendence, the sci-fi movie about the singularity starring Johnny Depp, Hawking criticized researchers for not doing more to protect humans from the risks of AI. “If a superior alien civilisation sent us a message saying, ‘We’ll arrive in a few decades,’ would we just reply, ‘OK, call us when you get here—we’ll leave the lights on’? Probably not—but this is more or less what is happening with AI,” hewrote.

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Titan's giant dunes track ancient climate

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Long sand dunes that ripple across Saturn’s moon Titan may have been there for thousands of years, results from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft suggest.
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Scientists have had a harder time pinning down the factors that shape Titan’s dunes. These are made of hydrocarbon particles — so they are more similar to mounds of soot than to Earth's sand, which is mostly silica — and are some of the biggest in the Solar System. They stretch for hundreds of kilometres over a total area as big as the United States (including Alaska). Various ideas for what shaped them include winds from the east or the west, which may be driven by daily, seasonal or other regular changes. Dunes can even assume different forms depending on how much sediment is available to feed them2.

Ewing’s team analysed about 10,000 dune crest lines mapped by a radar instrument aboard Cassini, which has been orbiting Saturn since 2004. They used an algorithm that enabled them to extract finer detail from the images than ever before. This sharper view allowed them to see features down to about 1 kilometre across — including, for the first time, star-shaped dunes where three or more crest lines intersect.

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Glass Painting is one of the Great Wonders - Make your ideas Art

Glass Painting is one of the Great Wonders - Make your ideas Art | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
This is an article on Glass Painting. It mentions its various details.
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Glass Paintings are one of the greatest types of paintings. They are very beautiful objects which create a wonderful effect in any place. The original object of the glass paintings was the beautification of churches. Churches used the glass paintings for various divine reasons. But slowly glass paintings became a part of normal household and they were used for decorating peoples’ houses and offices. The two things, glass and colour create a wonderful effect together. Glass paintings are at present one of the trendiest art objects to have.

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The Lost Art of Free Time

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t was after midnight. I had just spent the day intensely focused on completing all of my book edits to return to my editor, the culmination of weeks of labor. Typically, I would be sound asleep when the clock strikes 12. But instead, due to the huge rush of excitement created by finishing such a major task, I found myself completely reorganizing a storage closet.
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If you don’t make a conscious choice for rest, you will find yourself always filling your time by ticking off items.

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Is Your Religion Ready To Meet ET?

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How will humankind react after astronomers hand over rock-solid scientific evidence for the existence of life beyond the Earth? No more speculating. No more wondering. The moment scientists announce this discovery, everything will change. Not least of all, our philosophies and religions will need to incorporate the new information. Searching For Signs Of Life Astronomers have now identified thousands of planets in orbit around other stars. At the current rate of discovery, millions more will be found this century.
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ΝΟ WAY !

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The Ukraine Crisis for Dummies and Why It Is Important - Part I

A three part guide to the crisis in Ukraine. In Part I the author looks at the international political context following the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
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Ukraine is an independent country – it  has a long history with cultural and ethnic traditions but, as with most of the Central European region, its shape, location and status have changed over the centuries.  Ukraine was a country within the USSR and declared independence in 1992.  Importantly, in the Budapest Memorandum of 1994 Ukraine agreed to voluntarily give up the 3rd largest nuclear weapons stock in the world in return for a confirmation of its independence and territorial sovereignty which was confirmed and signed by Presidents Boris Yeltsin of Russia, Leonid Kuchma of Ukraine, Bill Clinton of the USA and Prime Minister John Major of the UK.

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3, 2, 1 ... Contact. Philae lander is talking

3, 2, 1 ... Contact. Philae lander is talking | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
So what does a space probe do after landing on a comet? Take a nap, the European Space Agency says
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Over-taxed, over-regulated, over-watched: Under-represented

Over-taxed, over-regulated, over-watched: Under-represented | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Democracy is neither an American monopoly for export, nor a British privilege. It is an Athenian invention and is well described by Pericles in 430 BC, in his epitaph speech delivered at the Keramikos cemetery in honor of the first dead in the Peloponnesian war.

The original concept of democracy was based on the direct vote of all eligible (adult males) Athenian citizens who gathered at Pnyka, a hill next to the Acropolis of Athens and voted for each and every issue of common concern. 
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If the mainstream parties leading and ruling Europe don’t start to clean up their houses, the current trends could evolve into an entirely new beast.

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Financial Times: Fears of Fresh Greek Crisis | GreekReporter.com

Financial Times: Fears of Fresh Greek Crisis | GreekReporter.com | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
A new Greek crisis is on the horizon after the snap general elections that could bring leftist SYRIZA to power which may lead the country to a direct confrontation with its international creditors, according to the Financial Times.

The elections in Greece next month and the likely victory of far left SYRIZA will scare politicians and investors. Once again, there would be the gloomy debate of related potential disasters: default, mass exit of depositors, social unrest and a possible exit of Greece from the eurozone.

The dormant question about Greece’s place in the eurozone has returned, just two years after the country’s debt crisis nearly triggered a break-up of the currency union and shook the European project to its core, says the Financial Times article.

It comes with several eurozone countries struggling with weak growth, the rise of populist anti-EU parties and widespread disenchantment with the politics of austerity promoted by Germany.

European policy has forced many voters to rise against economic austerity and to cast their vote in antisystemic parties who reject the European consensus on how to preserve monetary union.

Investors are worried at the prospect of a victory by SYRIZA, which has pledged to write off much of Greece’s debt and renegotiate the terms of its bailout. The Athens stock exchange fell almost 11 percent to a two-year low before regaining some ground. Greek 10-year bond yields jumped to a year high of 9.8 percent while the government’s short-term borrowing costs hit a record high of 12 percent.

Germany is cautious with SYRIZA as a big haircut of the Greek debt may be economically feasible, but will certainly open the door for other similar requests from Italy, Portugal, Ireland, Spain and even France.
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Get ready for a new Greek drama

Get ready for a new Greek drama | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Greece's parliament will be dissolved and the country will hold snap elections within the next month, risking a nasty fallout for Greece's fragile economic recovery.
The need for snap elections was triggered Monday after Greece's parliament was unable to secure enough votes to install a new president.
The main Greek stock market index plunged by as much as 11% after the voting results came out, but then recovered slightly. The main indexes in Spain and Italy also dipped by about 2%.
The yield on Greek 10-year government bonds jumped by one percentage point to 9.3%, reflecting growing concern that Greece may be heading for another debt crisis.
Opinion polls indicate the popular anti-austerity party -- Syriza -- could win the most voter support at the upcoming elections. This is a party that wants to renegotiate the terms of Greece's 240 billion euro ($293 billion) bailout package with the International Monetary Fund, European Commission and European Central Bank.
The party has also vowed to reverse many of the reforms that have helped Greece return to economic growth, and said it plans to introduce billions in spending programs that would hike wages and increase pensions.
While Syriza's plans are popular among Greeks who have been hurting from high unemployment and years of recession, experts say they are unrealistic and irresponsible and could trigger a crisis that would ultimately lead to Greece leaving the eurozone.
However, Syriza has been softening its tone recently and says it wants to stay in the eurozone.
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Greece on brink of new ‘catastrophe’ as PM battles to avert snap elections

Greece on brink of new ‘catastrophe’ as PM battles to avert snap elections | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Greece’s embattled prime minister, Antonis Samaras, issued an eleventh-hour appeal to parliamentarians on Saturday in an attempt to avert snap elections that would almost certainly plunge the eurozone into renewed crisis.

In an impassioned plea, he urged MPs to rid the country of “menacing clouds” gathering over it by supporting the government’s presidential candidate when they gather for the final round of a three-stage vote on Monday.
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Comet landing named Physics World 2014 Breakthrough of the Year

Comet landing named Physics World 2014 Breakthrough of the Year | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it


History was made at 15:35 GMT on 12 November 2014 when the Philae module touched down on the surface of 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko, a comet 511 million km from Earth and hurtling towards the inner solar system at nearly 55,000 km/h. The module bounced twice before coming to rest, and then began collecting data, which has now been sent back to Rosetta scientists for analysis. The landing followed a seven-hour journey for Philae after it separated from the main Rosetta spacecraft. Launched in 2004, Rosetta itself reached the comet after completing a journey of 6.4 billion km that involved three gravity-assisted fly-bys of Earth and one of Mars (see "Rosetta scientists land probe on comet for first time").

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Building The Content Marketing Stack 2015 | Visually Blog

Building The Content Marketing Stack 2015 | Visually Blog | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
In a recent report, Altimeter put forth the idea of the Content Stack Hierarchy,largely to describe the growing trend towards convergence and consolidation within the content marketing landscape. Like ad stacks, a content stack organizes available content tools across a hierarchy of user needs. Moving up through the stack, the complexity and reach of tools increases, and the levels of needs builds upon the levels before it.

While we focused less on convergence, and adapted our own use case categories, we did recognize the convergence and cross application of many tools. This is most apparent in the growth of “end-to-end” content tools such as Adobe and Salesforce. Other tools just don’t fit into one category and aren’t limited to a single use. Many tools interconnect and many marketers may simultaneously access tools from different rungs of the stack. Likewise, needs change with each unique situation, the workflow, who the user is, and what the intended outcome is. Our stack aims to help content marketers locate their needs within the landscape and identify what tools are available to satisfy their needs and capabilities.
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Europe proposes joint Moon trips with Russia

Europe proposes joint Moon trips with Russia | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Science ministers in Europe have resurrected plans to explore the Moon’s surface — and the only strategy currently on the table is to join two uncrewed Russian missions. The developments, which follow the shelving of a proposed European Space Agency (ESA) Moon lander two years ago, come amid growing political tensions between Russia and Western nations.
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On 2 December, at a meeting in Luxembourg to determine ESA’s policy, the space agency got the go-ahead and funding to investigate “participation in robotic missions for the exploration of the Moon”. Science ministers from the ESA member states did not approve collaboration with Russia specifically, but at the meeting, ESA scientists presented a proposal to join Russia on its missions to put a lander and a rover on the Moon’s south pole.

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Έξω πάμε καλά; του Μιχάλη Κόκκινου

Έξω πάμε καλά; του Μιχάλη Κόκκινου | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Οι μέρες περνούν και μέχρι το επικείμενο Eurogroup της 8ης Δεκεμβρίου που θα αποφασισθεί το πως θα κινηθεί η ελληνική οικονομία στο ξεκίνημα του νέου έτους, εμείς θα περιμένουμε. Όσο όμως περιμένουμε, ίσως να είναι μια καλή ευκαιρία για να στρέψουμε την προσοχή μας σε μερικές πρόσφατες εξελίξεις, από αυτές που συχνά περνούν στο περιθώριο της ενημέρωσης.

Η κυβέρνηση Σαμαρά-Βενιζέλου έκρινε σκόπιμο για πολλοστή φορά, να φορτώσει στον τουρισμό, το κυρίως μέρος της κάλυψης του μόνιμου πια δημοσιονομικό κενό άνω του €1δις. Ενώ την ίδια στιγμή, οι επενδύσεις ως ποσοστό του ΑΕΠ βρίσκονται κυριολεκτικά στον παγκόσμιο πάτο για δεύτερη συνεχόμενη χρονιά. Στο εννεάμηνο μάλιστα φαίνεται να έχουν πέσει ακόμη περισσότερο (10.2% με βάση τα προσωρινά στοιχεία του 3ου τριμήνου της ΕΛΣΤΑΤ).
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Κάποτε είχαμε συνηθίσει να λέμε – το κλασσικό πια – “έξω πάμε καλά”. Ήταν μία φαινομενικά απλοϊκή φράση, που αποτύπωνε όμως πολύ πετυχημένα τους χειρισμούς της ελληνικής εξωτερικής πολιτικής, η οποία καθ’ όλη τη διάρκεια της Μεταπολίτευσης βασιζόταν στη στρατηγική συναίνεση κυβέρνησης – αντιπολίτευσης. Παρατηρώντας όμως σήμερα τους χειρισμούς της κυβέρνησης Σαμαρά-Βενιζέλου και του ΣΥΡΙΖΑ, αυτό το αναγκαίο πνεύμα συναίνεσης που θα έπρεπε να εκπέμπει το εγχώριο πολιτικό σύστημα προς τα “έξω” δείχνει δυστυχώς να έχει χαθεί για τα καλά. Και μαζί με αυτό, το ενδεχόμενο κάποιας επιτυχίας για το μέλλον της χώρας και το δικό μας…

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Coca-Cola enters dairy market with ‘Milka-Cola’

Coca-Cola enters dairy market with ‘Milka-Cola’ | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Fairlife will cost twice as much as regular milk, contain 30% less sugar, and ‘make it rain money’ for the soft drinks firm
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όχι δεν είναι ανέκδοτο διαβάστε το άρθρο στη The Guardian...

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The Ukraine Crisis for Dummies and Why It Is Important - Part II

A three part guide to the crisis in Ukraine. In Part II the author discusses the relationship between economics and politics in Ukraine.
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Russia under Putin has overcome the chaotic Yeltsin years and developed economically, but this has been largely due to rising energy prices and Russia  increasing international arms sales.  Strong business leaders (oligarchs) emerged, who were able to buy state assets at knock-down prices.

From 1994 Ukraine continued under the corrupt Kuchma regime but was slowly making reforms.  The ‘orange revolution’ in 2004/2005 – where thousands stood in the famous Maidan square in Kyiv in the freezing winter, was a spontaneous, grass-roots revolution that brought in President Viktor Yushchenko and Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko.  Yuschenko was seriously poisoned just before the election (clearly by the defeated Viktor Yanukovych) but recovered.   

The pace of reforms increased under Tymoshenko but the standard of living was still very low and support for the ‘Party of Regions’ (Viktor Yanukovych) was growing.  The graph below shows GDP per capita  in Ukraine and Poland from 1990 to 2012.

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Convention on the Rights of the Child

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There is much to celebrate as we mark the 25th anniversary of the Convention, from declining infant mortality to rising school enrolment, but this historic milestone must also serve as an urgent reminder that much remains to be done. Too many children still do not enjoy their full rights on par with their peers.


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Ο ΜΥΘΟΣ του λουστράκου ΚΑΙ του κοριτσιού με τα σπίρτα πρέπει να τελειώσει... ‪#‎EVERYchild‬ ‪#‎UNICEF‬
πλησιάζει η 25η επέτειος από την πρώτη σύνοδο, που εξέδωσε την χάρτα με τα διακαιώματα των παιδιών... 
ΣΗΜΕΡΑ πάνω από 168.000.000 παιδιά δεν κάνουν τρέλες, δεν παίζουν, δεν ονειρεύονται, όπως θα έπρεπε. 
Εργάζονται σκληρά και κάτω από απάνθρωπες συνθήκες...

δες στον σύνδεσμο τι έχει γίνει και τι ακόμη πρέπει να γίνει http://uni.cf/crc

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