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Scoop Images: "That no fighting shall take place"

The World Ceasefire Project has a spectacular way to encourage Disarmament Minister Matt Robson to sign a declaration "that no fighting shall take place" on September 15th 2000, the opening day of the Olympics - and World Peace Day.

For more on The Ceasefire Project and the Auckland launch scheduled for June 7th see the story following and further material in the Politics wire...
Charlie's Chili Club on the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
The Chili Club go to the Opera.

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Ramzy Baroud: Why Solidarity Boats to Gaza Succeed

When Mike Treen, the National Director of the ‘Unite Union’ in New Zealand arrived at the airport in the capital, Auckland, on August 1, a group of people were anxiously waiting for him at the terminal with Palestinian flags and flowers... More>>


Lyndon Hood Satire: On Civility

Civility’s the prime virtue: it really can’t be beat / To fail to be pleasant is to court certain defeat. / I know that it requires restraint (they deal in hate, and fear) / But we shan’t get far – shall we? – if Civility’s not there! More>>

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