In a ceremony marking the beginning of Ramadan, in solidarity with the Syrian People’s movement and also solidarity with Ashraf and Liberty residents, President-elect Rajavi urged the international community to prevent the mullah’s’ regime from creating another human catastrophe against Ashraf and Liberty residents under the name of United Nations On Sunday July 22, marking the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan, a special ceremony was held at the headquarter office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran in Auvers-sur-Oise near Paris, to remember those fallen from among people of Syria and Iran and also in remembering the July 28-29 massacre in Camp Ashraf. The event took place at the presence of President-elect Maryam Rajavi and a number of Syrian personalities. Participants paid their respect to the martyrs of Iranian and Syrian uprisings by taking part in a flower ceremony held at the nearby Oise River. “Iranian Mullahs have not only enchained the Iranian people,” said Mrs. Rajvi, the keynote speaker at the ceremony after congratulating everyone for Ramadan, “But with all power, they are meddling in Arab and Muslim countries and on these days specially are trying to keep the bloodthirsty dictator of Syria in power.”
Yingluck Shinawatra greets Thai Muslim women.
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Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra vowed yesterday to speed up development of the One Stop Crisis Centre (OSCS) as a permanent agency dealing with abuse against women and children. Presiding over the opening of the AttorneyGeneral Office's seminar on domestic violence at Bangkok's Rama Gardens Hotel, the PM said implementation of the Protection of Domestic Violence Victims Act of 2007 had been slow.
Natalie Bennett of the Green Party.
On a perfect late summer day, a woman of a certain age tip toes (she's wearing high heels) into an apple orchard. She climbs a ladder leaning against a tree. She reaches and reaches for the delicious, ripe fruit. It is all she desires. This seemingly fairytale scene is, in fact, real.
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Questioning West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's claim of being a 'true leftist', the Left Front on Thursday said she instead has affinity to the capitalist policies of the US.
TAMPA, Fla. - Condoleezza Rice is back. Nearly four years after leaving the White House, the former secretary of state is injecting herself into the center of the heated 2012 political season. She’s raising money for female congressional candidates, dishing endorsements in key races and is poised to become even more involved in Republican...
Lt Gov Rebecca Kleefisch
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Mia Love at the Republican National Convention
SALT LAKE CITY - Utah congressional candidate Mia Love said Tuesday it's possible to "revive" the American dream she came to know as the daughter of Haitian immigrants by focusing on self-reliance, not President Obama's failed policies. Love drew rousing cheers Tuesday night during a coveted slot at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla.
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I want Condi.
Conventional wisdom is that a Vice-Presidential selection can only hurt a candidate. Traditionally, the role has a been a high risk, low reward proposition for candidates selecting a number two to share the ticket. The right choice is, it seems, the boring choice. A mostly non-offensive person in a suit who avoids making too many gaffes.
A South African politician has become the first female leader of the African Union (AU), ending months of bitter deadlock at the continental body. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, South Africa's home affairs minister, was elected chair of the African Union Commission on Sunday at a summit of heads of state and government in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
By Simi Lampert Mindy Meyer is a 22-year-old Orthodox Jewish law student who went to Prospect Park Yeshiva, wears knee-length skirts - and is running for New York state Senate. Her website, pink and flashy, incorporates glitter and leopard print. Campaign slogan? "I'm Senator and I know it."
Seemingly every cycle, a new Democratic challenger to Rep. Michele Bachmann gains just enough traction to prompt stories about whether the congresswoman will finally face a significant re-election threat. He or she inevitably falls short.
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