John Bolton | Egypt Coup Cause for U.S. Aid Suspension – 844-292-1318 legal aid Oxford Alabama

John Bolton | Egypt Coup Cause for U.S. Aid Suspension

Bolton also says the president needs to work with Congress to address the issue of continuing foreign aide to Egypt. Full Story:

The Lord Bless You And Keep You – John Rutter – Cambridge Singers – 844-292-1318 legal aid Oxford Alabama

‘The Lord Bless You And Keep You’ by John Rutter in HD with the full vocal score. Cambridge Singers available on iTunes.


(Numbers 6: 24)
The Lord bless you and keep you;
The Lord make His face to shine upon you
To shine upon you and be gracious
And be gracious unto you

The Lord bless you and keep you
The Lord lift up the light of His countenance upon you,
And give you peace, and give you peace;
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War dead haunts Tony Blair

Families of British troops killed in the Iraq war are closing in on their 150,000 pound target after launching a public campaign to fund legal action against Britain’s then prime minister Tony Blair. Former British PM has been under pressure since the publication of a controversial Iraq inquiry. The report known as Chilcot inquiry claims that the UK could have avoided engaging in the deadly war on Iraq.

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Marijuana sales soar in Colorado – 844-292-1318 legal aid Oxford Alabama

Shop owners selling marijuana say they can’t keep up with demand in Colorado.

It became the first US state to legalise sales at the start of the year.

But the drug remains illegal under federal law, which is causing problems for Colorado’s newest industry.

Al Jazeera’s John Hendren reports from Denver.
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Paulette Brown, President, American Bar Association: Making the Justice System Just – 844-292-1318 legal aid Oxford Alabama

Paulette Brown, President, American Bar Association: Making the Justice System Just

Paulette Brown, President, American Bar Association; Partner/co-chair, Diversity and Inclusion Committee, Locke Lord LLP
James Taylor, Ph.D., Director of African American Studies and Professor of Political Science, University of San Francisco; Lecturer, African American and African Diaspora Studies Department, University of California Berkeley—Moderator

Paulette Brown is the first woman of color to become president of the ABA and has been recognized by the National Law Journal as one of the “50 most influential minority lawyers in America.” She has been a municipal court judge, in addition to focusing on all facets of labor and employment litigation. Brown has devoted her presidency to “rebuilding the nation’s confidence in our justice system” by “working to eliminate bias and enhance diversity and inclusion” and offer “tangible, sustainable solutions that will have a positive impact on the perception of our justice system.”

Join an important discussion of what’s being done to ensure that the legal system can better represent the under-represented across the United States.
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Kevin Gates ft August Alsina – I Don’t Get Tired (#IDGT) Official Music Video – 844-292-1318 legal aid Oxford Alabama

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Spreading Knowledge and Resilience – UNDP Establishes Al-Quds University Public Library – 844-292-1318 legal aid Oxford Alabama

The establishment of Al Quds Public Library (AQUPL) project is funded by the Royal Charity Organization – Kingdom of Bahrain and implemented by UNDP’s Programme of Assistance to the Palestinian People, in cooperation with Al Quds University. Located inside the Old City walls, AQUPL is a three-level historical building restored and rehabilitated by UNDP. The library provides the population with a variety of books, digital resources, and learning tools.
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With global poverty worsening for the past 35 years, it is clear that the development industry has failed at its most basic objective. Why? Because it depoliticizes the problem of poverty. Poverty is not caused primarily by domestic failures, as aid agencies would have us believe. Rather, it is the inevitable outcome of a global economic order that is designed to serve a small number of rich countries at the expense of most of the rest of the world.

Dr Hickel is an anthropologist who researches international development and global political economy, with an ethnographic focus on southern Africa.

This lecture took place on 18th April 2016 at the Al-Quds University Library, Aqabet Al-Rasas, in the Old City. It was a joint event with the Centre for Jerusalem Studies (Al-Quds University), organized under the project ‘Promoting Teaching and Research in Political Economy in Palestine’, which is a partnership between the Kenyon Institute, Birzeit University and the LSE Middle East Centre.
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Al-Shabaka:the ICC Potential & Pitfalls for Palestinians – 844-292-1318 legal aid Oxford Alabama

Al-Shabaka:the ICC Potential & Pitfalls for Palestinians

Palestine’s membership of the International Criminal Court takes effect on April 1, 2015. What cases might the Court choose? Will Israel’s legal offensive succeed? Will the UN Security Council suspend the investigation? Al-Shabaka analyst Valentina Azarova addresses many of the misconceptions about what the ICC can and cannot do, and Palestinians should do. Read more:

VOICE OF THE VATICAN – MARCH 19 2016 – 844-292-1318 legal aid Oxford Alabama

Voice of the Vatican brings you news each week from Rome, to your home. A voice of Truth, of Hope and of Love – coming right from the heart of the Church!

This week’s episode features:

Breaking news:

The canonization date of Blessed Mother Teresa is confirmed for September 4, 2016

The Vatican releases Pope Francis’ schedule for World Youth Day in Poland

Celebrating our shepherd – Rome marks 3 years since the election of Pope Francis with a 24 hour prayer marathon held at the Centro San Lorenzo, hosted by the Papa Boys

Pope Francis announces the winner of the Global Teacher Prize, Hanan al Hroub, a Palestinian teacher who developed a model for teaching peace in the classroom

Up Close: an exclusive interview with Fr. Pius Pietrzyk, a Missionary of Mercy appointed by Pope Francis. Father Pietrzyk answers a viewer’s question about what the Missionaries of Mercy mean in the Jubilee Year. Fr. Pietrzyk is a Dominican and the Editor of The Angelicum journal and since 2010, a Member of the Board of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation, which provides civil legal aid for low-income Americans and is headed by a bipartisan board of directors whose 11 members are appointed by the President of the United States and confirmed by the Senate.

Celebrating Faith:

Bishop Michael Campbell of the Lancaster Diocese in England, offers words of Lenten encouragement, especially for the viewers of Voice of the Vatican.

VOV explores the Station Masses, an ancient tradition, still being carried out during Lent in Rome. Featuring interviews with Fr. Matthew Rolling and Fr. Christopher Lebsock.

Local seminarians answer the call of Pope Francis to open the churches, with a special outdoor street ministry in Rome.

Art & Faith: Walk the Via Crucis, the way of the cross, with acclaimed Colombian contemporary artist, Fernando Botero. VOV gets a sneak peek at the Botero exhibit in Rome. Allow his characteristic paintings and VOV meditation to lead you through the passion of Christ.

Techno: The Click to Pray app is a new app that allows you to pray along with the Pope, from anywhere in the world.

Tweet of the Week from Bishop Paul Loverde of the Diocese of Arlington and more!

Hosted by Ashley Puglia Noronha

Exclusive video: First aid at Nairobi mall – 844-292-1318 legal aid Oxford Alabama

Exclusive video: First aid at Nairobi mall

Al Jazeera has obtained video of emergency workers in the first hours of the Westgate Mall attack in Nairobi last Saturday. The work of the Kenya Red Cross has now changed from rescuing people to helping them cope with grief. Al Jazeera’s Andrew Simmons reports from Nairobi.

Michael Mansfield QC speaking at London South Bank uni on the threat to legaL aid