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It Is Official, Now Syria Is In a Civil War

What started out as just another nation dealing with an Arab Spring has been escalating for months now well into the Arab Fall, and soon the Arab Winter. So far, it has been reported that 3500 Syrian citizens have been killed by their government, but that hasn’t stopped the protesters, as the riots rage on despite the attempts from the international community, and the Arab League to ask Syria to put down their weapons against their own people. Okay so, let’s talk about this shall we?

Spicing It Up In Spanish Harlem: The Puerto Rican Way – Part 3 Of A 4 Part Series

In this 4 part series, we examine the history of an important part of the American population, the Puerto Rican community. In part 1, we examined the early history of the migration of Puerto Ricans to America. In Part 2, we examined the struggles of the Puerto Rican community as they assimilated themselves into the American way of life. In this, part 3, we examine the culture of Puerto Ricans as they adapted to the American way of life.

Spicing It Up In Spanish Harlem: The Puerto Rican Way – Part 4 Of A 4 Part Series

Puerto Ricans have helped build this great country over the past few hundred years. They are as much a part of American history as any ethnic group, minority or majority. In this, the last of a 4 part series on the history of Puerto Ricans in America and New York City, we examine the rich, distinguished, revered traditional culture of the Puerto Rican people as it has adapted over the years.

The Indian Feminist: A Necessary Trait Due to Abuse

Indian women are more prone to convey their thinking compared to other Asian women. And we look at India itself to search for answers. We find out that their independance may be fueled from ages of abuse, and that trait may be saving them from falling back into abuse.

Euro Area Is an Aggregate

After 12 years of Eurozone experiment, EU is wondering what kind of shadowy creature it is riding. Borrowing costs for Italy, Spain, Belgium and Austria have jumped because of Greece’s nightmare. Even France, the Eurozone’s second-largest economy with a top-notch bond rating, has seen its interest rate rising as investors speculate how the crisis may ripple.

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