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Alchemy World Charitable Foundation Launches, Focused on Improving Ethiopian Economy through Information Technology

Poverty alleviation through social entrepreneurship and focusing on Information Technology. This is the idea behind Alchemy World, a new Charitable Foundation based in Addis Ababa and Oxford. Launched today, the concept behind this Non Governmental Organization (NGO) is to try to alter the economic situation in the Ethiopia via Information Technology entrepreneurship. By the development …

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Compu-Sketch Helps Solve Crime – Featured on Forensic Files TV Show

Compu-Sketch is computer software that contains a library of more than 40,000 artist-rendered physical features and uses pull-down menus to simply define specific features and accessories. A built-in witness module helps stimulate memory, assuring a most accurate sketch. Compu-Sketch is going to be featured on Court TV’s “Forensic Files,” 9 pm on April 18, 2007. …

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DEA Judge Recommends End to Government Obstruction of Medical Marijuana Research

MAPS, the ACLU, and a broad array of medical and public policy groups nationwide are commending the recent official recommendation by Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Administrative Law Judge Mary Ellen Bittner that University of Massachusetts- Amherst Professor Lyle Craker be permitted to grow research-grade marijuana for use in privately-funded government-approved studies that aim to develop …

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Judicial Watch Releases US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Figures on Non-Immigration Saudi Visas

Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, has released records from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detailing the number of Saudis living in the United States on student visas. The records report that, as of January 25, 2007, there were 9,952 “active Saudi Arabian students” in the United States, …

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New Research Says that Fashion Models Report Feeling Less Happy and Fulfilled Than Others

Researchers at The City University, London, have found that fashion models experience lower psychological need satisfaction and well-being than those not in the modeling profession. After questioning a group of models and non-models of the same age range on their need satisfaction, life satisfaction, subjective happiness, self-actualisation and general mental health across two studies, it …

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Critical Funding Issues Face Texas Parks & Wildlife

The organizations listed below represent millions of hunters, anglers, landowners, natural resource professionals and others who share a strong interest in sustaining our conservation heritage and Texas fish and wildlife resources. The issue that has brought this wide range of organizations together is the mutual desire to support the Legislative Appropriation Request submitted by the …

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Christians for Social Justice Launches ObamaNation.Com to Expose Senator Barack Obama

In anticipation of the February 10, 2007 announcement in Springfield, Ill. that Sen. Barack Hussein Obama will run to become president of the United States, Christians for Social Justice has launched ObamaNation.Com, a website exposing the hypocrisy of Barack Obama on the greatest moral issues of our time — abortion and homosexual unions. Pastor Clenard …

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