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Kids Smiling From All Over the world

أصدقاء للابد

let them always smile….

The best aspect of being human. Smalls.

Kids are so awesome, they can smile no matter how shitty life gets. 

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bellahugo:

oooooh.

Kuurinda mainabvu nii ngoma.

WORD? Call me a pineapple grower from now on!

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when someone you barely know hugs you

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thinksquad:

Details of the administration’s $500 million plan to train and equip Syrian rebels to fight the Islamic State began to surface Friday when Pentagon spokesman Rear Adm. John Kirby outlined the goals that U.S. military planners expected to achieve.

Congress has to approve the Obama administration’s request for the funding before military personnel could proceed with their training plan.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/sep/13/us-train-5000-syrian-rebels-fight-militants/#ixzz3DE4jSExi

When I became interested in US politics, I remember being extremely happy I wasn’t part of the 80s when Reagan was promoting “trickle-down” theories, funding Iran, Iraq and the contras in Nicaragua. It’s pretty sad to admit that US intervention is even worse today.

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thinksquad:

A prominent national security reporter for the Los Angeles Times routinely submitted drafts and detailed summaries of his stories to CIA press handlers prior to publication, according to documents obtained by The Intercept.

Email exchanges between CIA public affairs officers and Ken Dilanian, now an Associated Press intelligence reporter who previously covered the CIA for the Times, show that Dilanian enjoyed a closely collaborative relationship with the agency, explicitly promising positive news coverage and sometimes sending the press office entire story drafts for review prior to publication. In at least one instance, the CIA’s reaction appears to have led to significant changes in the story that was eventually published in the Times.

https://firstlook.org/theintercept/2014/09/04/former-l-times-reporter-cleared-stories-cia-publication/

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