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    This guy gamed the airline industry — now he never has to pay for a flight again
    Mar08

    This guy gamed the airline industry — now he never has to pay for a flight again

    When I spoke with Scott Keyes, he was on a 10-hour layover in Dallas kicking back in theCenturion Lounge, where American Express has provided its members with free food and drinks, high-speed Wi-Fi, free spa services, and even its own shower suite. Scott Keyes will be traveling to 13 countries and over 20,000 miles on his next trip, all for...

    USI – Union Solidarity International
    Mar02

    USI – Union Solidarity International

    A STATEMENT FROM BWI – The Building and Wood Workers’ International Football is a game, but building stadiums is not child’s play. It is dangerous and tough labor. The workers who build the stadiums cannot be sacrificed for entertainment. This Friday, … A STATEMENT FROM BWI – The Building and Wood Workers’ International Football...

    Letter To Iranian President Hassan Rouhani Calling For The Release Of Artist Atena Farghadani
    Feb27

    Letter To Iranian President Hassan Rouhani Calling For The Release Of Artist Atena Farghadani

    Forty NGO’s and more than 75 international cartoonists call for leniency for Iranian cartoonist wrongfully jailed February 22, 2016 President Hassan Rouhani Pasteur Street, Pasteur Square Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran Your Excellency, Our organization, along with the undersigned organizations and individuals, are happy to learn that as a...

    Vienna is the best city in the world to live in as German-speaking cities dominate
    Feb24

    Vienna is the best city in the world to live in as German-speaking cities dominate

    New York, Paris and London might dominate when it comes to fashion, nightlife and entertainment. But it is a more low-key city that has been crowned the best place in the world to live. The Austrian capital of Vienna beat 229 other cities to take the title in the 18th Mercer Quality of Life survey. Scroll down for video First place: Vienna,...

    Turkey’s increasingly desperate predicament poses real dangers
    Feb22

    Turkey’s increasingly desperate predicament poses real dangers

    ISTANBUL — Turkey is confronting what amounts to a strategic nightmare as bombs explode in its cities, its enemies encroach on its borders and its allies seemingly snub its demands. As recently as four years ago, Turkey appeared poised to become one of the biggest winners of the Arab Spring, an ascendant power hailed by the West as a model and...

    Tehran WGP Rd6-7: Nana Dzagnidze joins lead
    Feb21

    Tehran WGP Rd6-7: Nana Dzagnidze joins lead

    2/19/2016 – The sixth and seventh rounds offered great action, with a slew of decisive games, enough to satisfy any fan. After catching up with Natalija Pogonina, Nana Dzagnidze is now first be virtue of tiebreak, hoping to take over the lead. The youngest player in the competition, Sarasadat Khademalsharieh, is in full ascension as she scored...

    Start Preparing for the Collapse of the Saudi Kingdom
    Feb18

    Start Preparing for the Collapse of the Saudi Kingdom

    For half a century, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been the linchpin of U.S. Mideast policy. A guaranteed supply of oil has bought a guaranteed supply of security. Ignoring autocratic practices and the export of Wahhabi extremism, Washington stubbornly dubs its ally “moderate.” So tight is the trust that U.S. special operators dip into Saudi...

    The Ruling on Julian Assange Sheds Light on the Limitations of UN Human-Rights Powers
    Feb13

    The Ruling on Julian Assange Sheds Light on the Limitations of UN Human-Rights Powers

    Wikileaks founder Julian Asange speaks from the balcony of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, February 5, 2016. (Rex Features via AP) The case of Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder who has been living in the Ecuadoran embassy in London for more than three years to avoid extradition to Sweden to face a sexual-assault investigation, should reopen...

    Pope, patriarch meet in Cuba nearly 1,000 years after split
    Feb12

    Pope, patriarch meet in Cuba nearly 1,000 years after split

    POPE FRANCIS IN THE NEWSPope Francis will visit Juarez in February | 03:41The pope hasn’t been this close to Phoenix since Pope John Paul II visited in the 1980s. Rafael Carranza, who covered the Pope in Rome, breaks down what this means for Phoenix residents and Catholics. The Arizona Republic 1 of 23 POPE FRANCIS IN THE NEWSPope Francis...

    Russia and Iran are fighting together – but are they as close as they seem?
    Feb12

    Russia and Iran are fighting together – but are they as close as they seem?

    After years of isolation, Iran is slowly coming back in from the cold after the deal to curb its nuclear programme. And as it starts to reassert itself more openly in the world order, it’s rekindling a stormy affair with an old flame: Russia. The two countries have discussed opening a joint bank, co-operation in space research, and...

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