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Waaaaay unfair! Moss has always been a crap referee and nothing has changed. THEN, another ref actually gets pulled from the Tottenham game ... Because he used to live in Leicester?! Oh please! Something really stinks, all the way around Hodgson is correct.

This is a sport controlling body that functions from the 20th century. Case in point: had there been technology like the NFL, where the instantaneous 1st down yellow line shows clearly if the 1st down is made, in the Newcastle v Manchester City game, Newcastle - fighting hard not to be relegated to the lower division - would have won. Shirting was a foot and a half offside. Both the line ref and the main one could see... But no off side was given.

I don't know about refs in basketball or hockey; but I for dang sure know Football, baseball, and rugby. The worst refs (there are a few good ones but it's all guessing the best you can) in sports I know are in Soccer, and the ruling body are fools and well paid idiots and it hurts the game. GET TECHNOLOGY YOU FRED FLINTSTONE ERA STONE AGE OLD MEN!!!
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Trapped in her concrete prison for 66 YEARS: The heartbreaking tale of Hanako the elephant who has spent a lifetime alone in a Japanese zoo. TOKYO YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED! PLEASE SHARE!...Please? These are feeling, family-oriented, smart animals.  TOKYO, DO YOU REALLY NEED TO DO THIS KIND OF TORTUROUS THING TO THIS BEAUTIFUL NOBLE ANIMAL???
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Two Saudi human rights workers received a text message from a Canadian woman, saying that her husband had locked the whole family in the house. They bought food and came to her house, where police were already waiting for them. The women were accused of smuggling Nathalie Morin and her three children to Canada.
Two Saudi human rights workers received a text message from a Canadian woman, saying that her husband had locked the whole family in the house. They bought food and came to her house, where police were already waiting for them. The women were accused of smuggling Nathalie Morin and her three children to Canada.
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The Turkish government is threatening to send armed troops into cities to quell the ongoing anti-government protests that have continued despite an increasingly violent state crackdown. On Tuesday, Turkish police arrested 87 people in a series of raids targeting those suspected of participating in weeks of anti-government rallies. We go to Istanbul to speak with Nazan Üstündağ, an activist and scholar who has been involved in the Taksim Square protests since they began late last month. "People are finding new ways to protest," Üstündağ says. "We're coming together discussing what we're going to do next, how we're going to organize and voice our democratic demands."

#news   #turkey   #Taksim  
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Neymar: "Quiero un Brasil más justo, seguro y honesto". El jugador se suma a las protestas de los ciudadanos que llenan las calles del país http://ow.ly/mbUX7
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We’re joined today by Guardian columnist Glenn Greenwald, who speaks from Hong Kong where on Sunday he broke the story of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. Greenwald discusses and defends Snowden’s actions, stating: "There are all kinds of ways that he could've personally benefitted from this information. If he had wanted to get rich, he could've sold it to intelligence agencies. If he had wanted to harm the United States, he could've dumped it indiscriminately on the Internet or passed it to US enemies. He chose to do none of that. He did something that doesn't really benefit himself at all, it just benefits the public."

 #EdwardSnowden #NSA #news
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Is the NSA’s spying program more harmful to Americans or the government? Democracy Now! speaks to NSA whistleblower William Binney following a series of revelations about the agency’s spying program. Binney says that James Clapper’s claim that the leak will have damaging effects to the national security of the country is “a red herring.” He also says that “the government is not trying to protect [secrets about NSA surveillance] from the terrorists. It’s trying to protect knowledge of that program from the citizens of the United States.” Do you agree with him?

#NSA   #news  
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Read "I am Rigoberta Menchú - in Spanish or in English.  See clearly. 
As Guatemala’s high court annuls Efraín Ríos Montt’s genocide conviction, Democracy Now! speaks with Helen Mack, who worked tirelessly for years to bring the government forces to trial. Kate Doyle, a senior analyst of U.S. policy in Latin America, describes the U.S.’s disturbing relationship with the brutal dictator, “the U.S. was extremely eager to embrace Ríos Montt as an ally within its own strategic interests in Central America at the time of… the secret war against the Sandinistas in Nicaragua. The U.S. was in search of partners in the region to help them promote and promulgate that secret war.”

#news   #Guatemala   #RiosMontt   #HumanRights   #latinoamérica  
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