Uganda’s nightmare: Joseph Kony and Lord’s Resistance Army

LRA forces are responsible for thousands of causalities, terrorism, torture, mutilation, rape, sexual enslavement, training of child soldiers… According to Human Rights Watch Lord’s Resistance Army killed at least 321 civilians and abducted 250 others, including at least 80 children, during a previously unreported four-day rampage in the Makombo area of northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo in December 2009.

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Tony Blair is back. Will he help the Labour Party in election campaign?

It looks like his presence is worth of risk. Blair has returned to the constituency of Sedgefield in northeastern England which he represented in parliament for 24 year. He praised the leadership of Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

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Can we expect further terrorist attacks in Russia?

Two attacks on Moscow metro left today at least 38 people dead and dozens injured.

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Bronislaw Komorowski has good chances to become the President of Poland

The presidential election in Poland will take place between September, 19 and October 3 and Komorowski was chosen by the members of the Civic Platform as the official candidate of the strongest political party in Poland.  According to poll by PBS DGA, in the second round,  Komorowski would beat incumbent President Lech Kaczynski  52 to 28 percent. But the problem is he is just the part of the game Prime Minister Donald Tusk is playing.

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Google Stands Up

By John Bolton, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, former US ambassador to United Nations.

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Will Fidesz and Jobbik create a new government in Hungary?

The parliamentary election will take place in Hungary in three weeks on April, 11 and the second round on April, 25.

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The health care reform and Obama’s future

Barack Obama won the presidential election before the year and a half. But even several of his supporters have argued he is still more a candidate for the Commander in Chief, not the real ruler of the Oval Office.
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