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Rewriting the Boko Haram story

A single death is a tragedy; a million deaths are a statistic Joseph Stalin THERE was no better way to wrap up a three-month course on Peace and Conflict Studies at the Rotary Peace Center, Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand, than the ... The Guardian Nigeria, 1 week ago

Noynoy the Uncaring

It was that paragon of love for his fellow man, Joseph Stalin, who once said that one death is a tragedy but a million deaths is just a statistic. And when President Noynoy Aquino decided to play the game of large numbers to dismiss the planting of ...
 Manila Standard Today2 days ago The West's Asymmetric Terrorism  OpEdNews.com1 week ago Significant tragedy  Miami Herald2 weeks ago
Digital Journal

Stalin portraits and Soviet nostalgia rule in Ukraine's rebel regions

Three portraits of former Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin are on display in the centre of Donetsk, the rebel capital of eastern Ukraine, as the separatist authorities fuel a mood of Soviet nostalgia. The portraits, adorning a main square, seem to go ...
 Digital Journal1 month ago Battle of Stalingrad, the turning point of the Second World War  DailyFT3 weeks ago Stalin portraits, Soviet nostalgia rule in Ukraine rebel regions  China Post1 month ago Joseph Stalin Portraits and Soviet Nostalgia Rule in Ukraine's Rebel Regions  NDTV1 month ago
Edinburgh Evening News

Letters: Same old concerns at Waverley development

The well-know democrat Joseph Stalin once remarked that you can't make an omelette without breaking eggs. Well, anyone who has seen the top of the Canongate and New Street recently will have seen that there are lots of eggs being broken there as ...
 Edinburgh Evening News2 months ago
Huffington Post UK

16 photos of Moscow's beautiful Metro stations, built as propaganda during the time of Stalin

Joseph Stalin rose to power as the leader of the Soviet Union in the second half of the 1920s. As the population quickly rose, it was essential the country address its lack of adequate public transportation.Anunderground systemwas built in less than ...
 Latest Nigerian News.com4 weeks ago Moscow's Beautiful Metro Underground Network Is Displayed In A Series Of Stunning Images  Huffington Post UK4 weeks ago
The Malaysian Times

Where is democracy?

By Jason Chin JOSEPH STALIN was arguably the most powerful dictator of the 20th century. Anyone who did not agree with him was either tortured or executed. Only his decision and opinions mattered. He led the way he did for the sake of dominance.
 The Malaysian Times2 days ago WHO CAN BE MORE 'DICTATOR' THAN GUAN ENG? 'No wonder Kit Siang slaps to lure Dr M'  Malaysia Chronicle2 days ago Guan Eng and democracy Jason Chin  Malaysian Insider2 days ago

Putin's Russia sends mixed signals on Stalin-era crimes

Provided by AFP A Communist Party activist carries a flag featuring Joseph Stalin during the 2015 May Day rally in Moscow Russia plans to unveil a bronze "Wall of Grief" in Moscow next year in its first tangible condemnation of Stalin-era crimes ...
 MSN Canada6 days ago

Kenya: Organised greed and the ills of election period

It was Joseph Stalin who once said that people who cast votes decide nothing. It is the people who count the votes that
 AA Kenya1 week ago
Tanzania Citizen

CROSSROADS : Fight for people-driven Constitution still on

Leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until his death in 1953 Joseph Stalin is credited to have said It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide ...
 Tanzania Citizen3 weeks ago Crossroads - Fight for People-Driven Constitution Still On  AllAfrica.com3 weeks ago 23 October 1956: Hungarian Revolution starts  Money Week1 month ago

UPI Almanac for Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015

By United Press Worldwide On Oct. 29, 1946, Soviet chief Joseph Stalin responds to United Press questions, says Churchill biggest menace to peace, denies pressure rising with America. Source link The post appeared first on Amazon ...
 Amazonbug.com4 weeks ago
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