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Category: International


Wednesday, June 16, 2004

New Iraq map.

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Posted by SPN on 06/16 at 04:24 PM in International
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Tuesday, June 15, 2004

Jesus Christ born in Ukraine

Oh GOD!!

http://english.pravda.ru/main/18/90/359/12382_Jesus.html
Jesus Christ born in Ukraine

New Jesus Christ has been baptized in Ukrainian town of Zhitomir in March. Residents of this town already got used to the fact that they all had a chance to witness the event.

Local priest Vladimir Radzuk named his son Jesus Christ in order to test peoples’ attitudes toward God. In the end, the result turned out to be not quite as he had expected.

Posted by SPN on 06/15 at 06:58 PM in International
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Monday, June 14, 2004

Mad monk’s member features big in Russian erotica museum

Now that’s a big ‘un. Now you know why Rasputin’s eyes were so wierded out.  That big thang drove him crazy just trying to keep it a secret.

Sat Jun 12, 6:30 PM

SAINT PETERSBURG, Russia (AFP) - In a more innocent age, it was said that Gregory Efimovich Rasputin’s legendary power over women was due to his piercing eyes.

AFP/Interpress Photo

But a new museum of erotica here suggests that the mad monk’s charm may instead have been, ahem, concealed beneath his cassock.
Measuring 28.5 centimeters (about 11 inches)—allowing for shrinkage caused by pickling—Rasputin’s penis displayed in a tall glass bottle is, to put it delicately, a big attraction at the museum.

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Posted by SPN on 06/14 at 10:59 PM in International
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Wednesday, June 09, 2004

Nigeria mass strike to continue

Did I hear anything about this on “Nightly News”?  Nope, I heard it on http://npr.org

A strike which has brought much of Nigeria to a near-standstill will continue on Thursday, unions have said.

Millions of workers walked out over rising fuel prices on Wednesday, with the streets of the commercial capital, Lagos, reported to be deserted.

The nationwide strike is scheduled to last three weeks.

A court told trade unions to stand down, and the government to cut petrol prices to February levels, but the latter is said not to have happened.

The government has said it will comply, but this has not mollified the unions.

Banks closed

Adams Oshiomhole, president of Nigeria’s biggest union, the Nigerian Labour Congress, said the strike would continue until there was evidence that the cost of petrol was actually coming down.

Read the rest

Posted by SPN on 06/09 at 06:53 PM in International
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Tuesday, June 08, 2004

The myth of Iraqi sovereignty

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Posted by SPN on 06/08 at 10:26 AM in International
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Sunday, September 21, 2003

Afro-Mexicans of the Costa Chica

Excerpt - The purpose of this website is to introduce readers to the culture and unique experience of Mexicans of African descent.  If you are like most people, you probably have never heard of Afro-Mexicans and are completely unaware that they exist. If you fall into this category, this page will hopefully be quite a learning experience for you.

http://www.afromexico.com/index.htm

Posted by SPN on 09/21 at 10:03 AM in International
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