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When you need guidelines for your faith

When you need guidelines for your faith | Asia | Scoop.it
I’ve been driving for more years than I’d care to reveal, but it wasn’t until I moved to the great frozen north that I learned about
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Do u think people need guidelines for their faith? Isn't it their decision?

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This Is Why Australia Has a 'National Sorry Day'

This Is Why Australia Has a 'National Sorry Day' | Asia | Scoop.it
Generations of Aboriginal children were wronged by social-engineering policies
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What is National Sorry Day? Why is it celebrated?

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Cowardly Firing of Australian State-Funded TV Journalist Highlights the West's Real Religion - The Intercept

Cowardly Firing of Australian State-Funded TV Journalist Highlights the West's Real Religion - The Intercept | Asia | Scoop.it
Scott McIntyre was pilloried for sinning against the West's central religious and tribal dogma: we are better and our violence is thus justified.
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Why do people consider the Australians for having a "Cowwardly Firing in the State?"

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Green party leader condemns first-past-the-post voting system

Green party leader condemns first-past-the-post voting system | Asia | Scoop.it
Natalie Bennett says party – who won just one seat despite a million votes – would have 25 seats under a proportional system
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What kind of voting system does Australia have and how has that effected them?

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William Barber: The Ugly History Behind 'Religious Freedom' Laws

William Barber: The Ugly History Behind 'Religious Freedom' Laws | Asia | Scoop.it
We must make clear that religion serves the common good when it cries out against injustice, not when it dictates personal morality. Extremists in our state houses are echoing George Wallace and Jim Clark when they pretend to talk about morality in order to hold on to power.
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How to you feel about Barber's insight on Religious freedom laws in South America?

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South America, 1600–1800 A.D. | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Do you think this South American art has been influenced by European practices?

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How Geography Shaped American History, Law and Politics

How Geography Shaped American History, Law and Politics | Asia | Scoop.it

oMany of the divisions today between “red” and “blue” states correlate sharply with geography, says author.

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You see how the laws  in South America are today. Do you think this is because of it's physical features?

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Exciting and dynamic, African art is the future - FT.com

Exciting and dynamic, African art is the future - FT.com | Asia | Scoop.it
Contemporary art from the African continent is not “emerging”. Leaving the implications of that implied hierarchical geography aside for the moment, the artists and movements recognised and celebrated in the west today are the product of a long and
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Why isn't African influenced art not "emerging" as much as it used to?

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Observer

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Swaziland National Online Newspaper
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Do u think the African government will change their views on women in politics?

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South Africa: Social Cohesion Summit Tackles Racism

South Africa: Social Cohesion Summit Tackles Racism | Asia | Scoop.it
Pretoria - Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa has called for a programme aimed at ending racism in the country.
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If racism does decrease in South Africa, do u think it will stay that way?

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Europe is becoming a no God zone - Telegraph

Europe is becoming a no God zone - Telegraph | Asia | Scoop.it
If we don't act fast to protect outward signs of observance, then religion will be purged completely from public life in the West
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What Do you think is causing Europe to be a no GOD zone?

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American Internet speed

Amerucan internet Speed? 

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Why do you think Internet speed is so slow in America?

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How To Create A Real European Social Market Economy

How To Create A Real European Social Market Economy | Asia | Scoop.it
Europe's economy has been stuck in crisis for many years. Read here why and how to create a real European social market economy.
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How do you create a real European social market economy?

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Canada To Lose Spot As World`s Most Eager Adopter Of Social Media

Canada To Lose Spot As World`s Most Eager Adopter Of Social Media | Asia | Scoop.it
TORONTO - Unless an unexpected flood of new users finally decide to join Facebook or learn to tweet, Canada may soon lose its social media crown.Last year, Canada had the most social networking users in the world on a per capita basis, according to r...
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Predict how Canada will lose their spot as worlds's most eager adopter of social media.

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Guide To Doing Business in Australia - Intellectual Property (Updated) | JD Supra

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY - There are a variety of laws dealing with the protection of intellectual property (IP) in Australia. These laws provide for the creation of legal rights to the...
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Who is planning to do business with Australia? Why?

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The Australian news

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Why do you think Australia's economy is starting to plummit?  

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Millions of Spiders Rain Down on Australia—Why?

Millions of Spiders Rain Down on Australia—Why? | Asia | Scoop.it
In what's called a mass ballooning, the tiny arachnids used silk strands to catch air currents on their way to a new home.
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What natural cause do you think is the reason " spiders are raining?"

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South America Is a Tough Spot for U.S. Airlines, But Travel to Colombia Is Booming

South America Is a Tough Spot for U.S. Airlines, But Travel to Colombia Is Booming | Asia | Scoop.it
South America has been a difficult region for the big three  U.S. airlines for months, due primarily to the troubled economies of Brazil and Venezuela. But South America also has its bright spots, particularly in Colombia, Latin America's third largest economy after Brazil and Mexico. The Colombian economy is growing and [...]
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Why do you think the States have trouble flying over South America?

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Acumen Launches to Tackle Poverty in Latin America

Acumen Launches to Tackle Poverty in Latin America | Asia | Scoop.it
Acumen announced today its expansion to support social entrepreneurship in Latin America. The pioneer in impact investing will be headquartered in Bogotá and will invest in innovative entrepreneurs and ...
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If u were in the governments position, how would you get rid of povert?

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Deforestation in South America

Deforestation in South America | Asia | Scoop.it
Deforestation simply put means the removal of trees and forests, usually through cutting or burning. In South America, most deforestation takes place because of a need for agricultural land. In countries with poor economies, such as those in South America, people turn to agriculture to meet the everyday needs of living.
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If deforestation continues, what will happen to South America's economy and environment?

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Pew: 9 Percent of U.S. Black Population is Foreign Born

Pew: 9 Percent of U.S. Black Population is Foreign Born | Asia | Scoop.it
A new Pew Research Center report out Thursday finds that black immigrants now account for 8.7 percent of the country's black population, nearly triple their ...
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More and more immigrants are going to Africa each year. What do you think is the cause of this, and how is Africa attracting them?

 

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Religion in South Africa and around the world

Religion in South Africa and around the world | Asia | Scoop.it
New research points to a decline in global atheism and agnosticism, when expressed as a percentage of the total global population.
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In this article, it shows the rate of how many people switch religion in the past 50 years. What do u think is the cause of this And how has it affected the region with less people?

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Axa Says Nigeria Election Process a Boost to African Economy

Axa Says Nigeria Election Process a Boost to African Economy | Asia | Scoop.it
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Due to the election process, AXA claim it has boosted Africa's economy. Do you agree or disagree? Why?

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Germany isn’t the big bad boss of Europe | Jochen Hung

Germany isn’t the big bad boss of Europe | Jochen Hung | Asia | Scoop.it
The idea that the country has an iron grip over southern European economies is too often used as a convenient excuse for others not getting their house in order
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Why isn't Germany the "big boss" economy of Europe anymore?

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Deflation: Why Europe’s Problem Is Everyone’s Problem

Deflation: Why Europe’s Problem Is Everyone’s Problem | Asia | Scoop.it
Published with permission from Knowledge @ Wharton, Wharton's online business journal.
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How has deflation affected Europe's economy and government?

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Will Greece Unravel the European Experiment?

Will Greece Unravel the European Experiment? | Asia | Scoop.it
The 19-member Eurozone may not have what it takes to survive...
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How did Brussels' power shift?

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