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Hundreds of Buddhist monks march to protest the United States actions on Sri Lanka

Hundreds of Buddhist monks march to protest the United States actions on Sri Lanka

Hundreds of Buddhist monks marched to the U.S. embassy in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Wednesday to protest a Washington-led UN resolution against Sri Lanka for human rights violations. "America is interfering in our country," a monk told reporters.  "There are 26,000 ...

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In midst of anti-abortion legislation in GA, Congresswoman Yasmin Neal introduces the Anti-Vasectomy Act so that men can also experience an invasion of privacy

In midst of anti-abortion legislation in GA, Congresswoman Yasmin Neal introduces the Anti-Vasectomy Act so that men can also experience an invasion of privacy

Georgia Republicans are pushing a bill that would make abortions after 20 weeks illegal, pushing back the current 26-week period.  House Bill 954 claims that “by 20 weeks after fertilization there is substantial evidence that an unborn child has the ...

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Herman Cain's a GOP presidential contender–and a member of a largely Democrat church

Herman Cain's a GOP presidential contender–and a member of a largely Democrat church

In an interesting twist, Herman Cain, GOP contender for president seems to be a minority in his own church when it comes to political beliefs.  But they embrace him just the same.  The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports: For church members, Cain’s ...

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Bishop Eddie Long wants a refund from accusers for violating confidentiality agreement

Bishop Eddie Long wants a refund from accusers for violating confidentiality agreement

Bishop Eddie Long is pulling out all the stops in his quest to get a refund from his accusers, because they violated the confidentiality agreement that came with the out of court settlement of 1.5 million dollars.   Long was accused ...

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Man admits to killing mother over religious argument

Man admits to killing mother over religious argument

A Marietta, Georgia man admitted killing his mother over a religious argument Saturday.  The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports: Mario Nathaniel Dorce, 23, remains jailed on murder and other felony charges in the death of 52-year-old May Carole Whitty. Officers responded to ...

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Nuclear Plant Meltdown Possible in Japan

Japanese officials say that it is possible that there will be a meltdown at one of the nuclear plants hit by yesterday's tsunami. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Japan declared states of emergency for five nuclear reactors at two power ...

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