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- The gold rush on the Xingu River
Now we understand why the insistence of the Brazilian government in the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam in the Xingu region in indigenous lands.
Gold was found in the Rio XinguSep 6, 2012
- What have you done to see the past of child workers with respect to documenting the coal rooms of each local community or is the paper still more important that those that built the Southern rail. Locally, I have seen 1 room of resource control (short) however, if The Times continues to play ignorance upon the past of those who shovel to disguise the soul in shades of grey, you will understand the misery of hell by those who shed skins from rock to roll to grave.Sep 15, 2012
- Sep 15, 2012
- Government for big banks at the expense of the prudent and savers. If you have worked and saved all your life and now during your retirement years you feel like you have been had by the FED and banks it's because you have.Oct 3, 2012
i am doing a project on campaign financing
and was wondering if you could help me with some information, Matthew Ericson, does he have PHD or a Masters?
plz reply quickly. thank you so much!Oct 3, 2012
- Oct 5, 2012
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