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Immigrants Become the New Media Makers for a New Europe
Dec 29, 2012
Photo: German journalist, Chadi Bahouth of New Dutch Media, is of Palestinian and Lebanese descent. He advocates for the rights of immigrants in Germany.PRAGUE, Czech Republic--Images flash on the big screen of a Vietnamese teen breakdancer shapeshifting his body while...
Filipino street kid, 13, wins $100,000 peace prize
Sep 20, 2012
 young Filipino who lived off a rubbish dump and slept in an open tomb has won a prestigious children’s award in the Netherlands for his work to improve the rights of his fellow street kids.Cris “Kesz” Valdez, aged 13, was...
Iroquois Nationals Bring ‘Creator’s Game’ to the World
Jul 15, 2012
TURKU, Finland – When the Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Team steps on to the field for the 2012 Federation of International Lacrosse World Championships, they will stand out even before the games begin. As the only sanctioned indigenous sports team playing...
U.S. Airports Offer Automated Immigration Checks for Koreans
Jun 13, 2012
South Korean travelers now don’t have to line up for immigration checks at some U.S. airports.The two countries announced Tuesday that they have implemented an agreement signed in April last year to provide travelers from each other’s country with automated...
For First-Time Voter, Obama’s Support of Gay Marriage Brings Hope
May 10, 2012
On Wednesday, people across the nation tuned their television sets to an exclusive White House press briefing, where they heard Barack Obama utter a sentence that no previous president had ever dared: “I think same-sex couples should be able to...
The American Dream has Emigrated to Europe
Jan 19, 2012
To anyone who grew up in the Cold War, the rhetoric of the Republican Party’s 2012 presidential candidates is strangely familiar. The United States, they warn, is threatened by an alien ideology. What’s startling is that the bogeyman this time...
Rihanna Slams Dutch Magazine for Using N-Word
Dec 22, 2011
Before Tuesday, pop singer Rihanna’s millions of fans probably had never heard of a Dutch fashion magazine called Jackie. But a lot changed in 24 hours. The fashion magazine, with a circulation of about 60,000, published a 100-word feature on...
Shelf Unbound indie book review magazines Top 10 Books of 2010
Shelf Media Group, List of Books, Staff, Nov 18, 2010
Shelf Unbound indie book review magazines Top 10 Books of 2010
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Filipina Is NASA's FirstWoman Mission Operations Manager
Asian Journal, News Feature, AJ Presss, Mar 02, 2010
She holds the distinction of being the first woman NASA Mission Operation Manager for a major flight project and currently manages the EOS monitoring of hurricanes and cyclones from outer space.
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What's Next: Muslim-Only Lines At Airports?
New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Jan 01, 2010
Are Muslim-only lines at airports next? The thought is offensive, disgusting, and blatantly unconstitutional. But its hardly far-fetched.
Fighting 419, Nigerians Face Lethal Blow
The Michigan Chronicle, Commentary, Bankole Thompson, Dec 30, 2009
The failed Christmas Day bombing by a young Nigerian could perhaps be best described as a devastating image tsunami for Nigeria, a West African nation that has been battling with an already bad image, traced to e-mail fraud known as 419 named after the Nigerian penal code perpetrated by a tiny fragment of its citizenry.
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Copenhagen Politics Becomes Personal
New America Media, Commentary, Sarita Sarvate, Dec 08, 2009
Tuning in to watch the congressional hearings on the e-mail scandal about manipulating temperature data, one commentator found that the political had suddenly become personal.
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Behind the China Riots -- Oil, Terrorism & 'Grey Wolves'
New America Media, News Analysis, Yoichi Shimatsu, Jul 13, 2009
Chinese media reported that the Urumchi riots were sparked by a clash between migrant workers in a toy factory in southern China. But other evidence indicates the incident was merely a convenient pretext for a premeditated plan to destabilize Xinjiang province, the center of China's oil and gas industry.
Ten Reasons to Talk to Taliban Hardliners
New America Media, News analysis, Craig Naumann, Ph.D., Mar 27, 2009
Engaging with the Taliban could be part of the Afghanistan policy of the Obama administration. But who in the Taliban should the United States be talking to?
The U.S./U.K. Roles In Congo's Blood Diamonds Industry
Black Star News, Commentary, Kambale Musavuli , Feb 16, 2009
The United States and Great Britains implication in the Congo is becoming very clear. These two great powers consider Rwanda and Uganda their staunch allies, while both loot the Congo.
Liberian Immigrants React to Taylor Convicton
The Liberian Journal, News Report, Wynfred Russell and Alex Redd, Jan 13, 2009
Liberian immigrants shared their feelings about the sentencing of Charles Chuckie Taylor, the only Liberian to be tried, convicted and sent to prison for crimes against humanity.
New Visa Waiver for South Koreans Hopes to Boost Economy
New America Media, News Report, Kenneth Kim, Oct 27, 2008
New visa waiver for South Koreans hopes to boost U.S. economy and improve relations between the two nations, but may increase numbers of undocumented Koreans in America.
African Soccer Shines at Beijing Olympics
All Africa.com, News Report, Staff, Aug 11, 2008
The Ivory Coast, Nigeria and Cameroon all recorded victories at the 2008 Beijing Olympics on Sunday to mark an excellent day for African football.
Filipinos in Nevada Weather Economic Typhoon Season
New America Media, News Report, Pasckie Pascua, May 15, 2008
As the bad economy hits the once booming Las Vegas area, Filipino are sending less money home, holding down second jobs and tightening their belts to ride out the storm.
Rate of U.S. Teenage Pregnancy on the Rise
Sing Tao Daily, Feb 27, 2008
Statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show teenage pregnancies increased by 3 percent in 2006.

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