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Ingrid and Manuel terrorizing Mexico

September 16. At least 19 people were killed in floods in Mexico, which collapsed two powerful hurricane. One, "Ingrid", has caused flooding and mudslides. He is coming from the east and had already reached the first category of risk. Second, the tropical storm "Manuel", hit the Pacific coast of the country. Winds of 120 kilometers per hour. From the disaster area evacuated more than 6,000 people.

Source: Euronews

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AIDS threatens economic growth in Europe

HIV / AIDS is a growing problem for the whole of Europe from Dublin to Moscow ", — said Kalman Mizsei, Regional Director of the United Nations Development for Europe and the CIS (UNDP), in his address to the European leaders who attended the meeting, which discussed regional response to the epidemic.

Referring to government employees and members of civil society who attended the meeting, "The elimination of obstacles: Partnership to fight HIV / AIDS in Europe and Central Asia," Mr. Mizsei urged the EU to use its political influence to consolidate resources for the fight against

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Intellectuals Brighton Beach screams out if the authorities do not get him out of the houses, we will complain to the Sports Lottery!

We, the residents of Coney Island Towers Building (2970 W24 Street), are writing to you with the hope for your support and help. Any assistance provided to us by the Board or by the action to be adopted by us with gratitude.

October 29 as a result of past hurricane in Brooklyn in our home electricity was cut off, and with it, and two elevators serving the residents of 19-storey building of more than 300 people. After 3 days, electricity was restored, and the elevators were left hanging motionless. The failure of the two elevators stopped the lives of

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Japan: 10,000 kreaklov live in internet cafes

Only in Tokyo, there are 10 million people living in cage homes the size of 1 on 2 meters in an internet cafe. There they spend the night, eat, watch movies and comic books sit on the internet. It is growing in Japan layer of "poor white collar" that do not have money to eat, even the room.

The stagnation of the Japanese economy and the high real estate prices expand the class of so-called "Working poor". The suburbs of large cities are full of older "blue-collar" yutyaschihsya there in huts and living daily wage work. For example, only

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One in four men in the Federal Republic of Germany does not want to have children

Germany's population is gradually decreasing. In 2003, the Federal Republic of Germany lived 82,530,000 people, this is forecast to statisticians, 81.8. By 2060 the population will decrease by 19% — up to 66 million people. By the time Germany has long cease to be the most populous country in Europe.

Large families have started to go out of fashion in Germany in the 70's of the last century. At the same time the new prosperity of West Germany the birth rate dropped to around 1.4, well below the 2.1 needed to maintain the population of

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Sooner delighted. In Mississippi, and in all U.S. slavery continues.

In the state of Mississippi finally "officially" banned slavery. But slavery is still rampant in all states of America.

Made a huge step forward this week, Mississippi, officially banning slavery. This kind of legislation must be interpreted with great enthusiasm in the era of political lethargy, so — congratulations Mississippi long-awaited ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment. Of course, the staff slightly pootstal in this political decision, given that the country was officially abolished slavery as much as 148 years ago (more on this below here). But Mississippi is not the only state, which needed a substantial period of time

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The consequences of the floods in Mexico

September 19, 2013. Residents of Chilpancingo — the capital of the Mexican state of Guerrero, trying to cope with the consequences of floods — the strongest in decades. Streets and houses cleaned of silt and debris at a local school has a place of temporary residence.

Many regions of the country are still flooded, and the authorities are trying to provide aid to tens of thousands of people cut off from the mainland.

The floods were caused lasting several days at a time of heavy rainfall. They were brought into the country just two tropical storms — "Manuel"

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In Japan, there was a leak of cyanide, under the threat of life 125 thousand people

In the Japanese city of Hanamaki (Iwate Prefecture) in the chemical plant has leaked more than 5 tonnes of liquid waste containing sodium cyanide. This is the agency AAP.

The substance is enough to kill 125 million people. The company's employees managed to reverse the effects of diversion, but experts check, put the waste into the groundwater. Not far from the plant is a river that flows through the neighboring town.

According to preliminary reports, the culprit of the accident was the driver of the snow-clearing vehicle that when clearing the yard accidentally touched a canister of waste and

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Tropical storms and floods in Mexico has claimed more than 40 lives

September 17, 2013. Two tropical storm hit Mexico. "Manuel" dealt a blow to the popular resort of Acapulco in the hotels of the city are stuck 40 thousand tourists. Weakening Hurricane "Ingrid" influenced the work of oil companies in the Gulf of Mexico. Torrential rains caused flooding in the inland areas, victims of floods have killed at least 42 people.

The resorts of Acapulco tropical storm "Manuel" not only banished from the beaches of American tourists, but also caused a gathering of several landslides that actually destroyed several neighborhoods on the outskirts of the city.

"Unfortunately, most of

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Where did the culture of consumption

Americans have not always been such a shopaholic, as it is now. Once they, too long delayed money, denying themselves the many pleasant things to do big and really necessary purchase.

That all changed in the period of abundance, which followed the First World War. There is a problem of overproduction, which corporations are addressed through psychological manipulation strategy.

"America must move beyond the struggle with the need to meet the needs of culture, — said the banker Paul Mazur of Lehman Brothers. — We need to teach people to wish covet new things even before the old expires

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