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Never settle for less when you are invovled in a committed relationship. Two people share thier minds,body and soul into a whole to create unity. Committment should be valued greater than less. Relationships are unapreciated in today'
Today's toxic generation is beyond uncontrollable. Thier minds are poisoned by violence and greed. Children in this generation does not know how to remain to be in a child place. They seem to start at a younger age from seven to
The two have been placed in the cells, which contain a mattress on the ground and nothing more, out of psychiatric necessity, not because they are refusing food, a spokeswoman is quoted as saying. Lawyers specialising in refuguee policy told the
How well they do makes for some fine mysteries. "Brooklyn Bones" by Triss Stein (Poisoned Pen Press, $14.95, 250 pages, paperback). Young Brooklyn widow Erica Donato has more than enough to do. She is working on her Ph.D., has an internship at a
Walk Law enforcement officers join with East Austin residents to march against drugs Damontae Frederick, 10, enjoys goodies provided by Austin Police Department members who, with Travis County law enforcement officials, joined East Austin neighbors
At least 412 animals were seized after cattle raiders attacked Unity state's Mayiandit County, injuring a policeman, an official said. A man attempts to decorate a cow for dowry in Leer County June 15, 2011 (ST) Monday's attack, according to the
Asylum Seeker Resource Centre The Greens have issued a challenge to the Coalition to help them bring asylum seeker children back from Manus Island to the mainland. When parliament resumes later this month, the party's immigration spokeswoman Senator
Baratunde knows a thing or two about being an entrepreneur. The author and comedian has a history of both successful and failed ventures throughout his career, and it's that exact experience that's helping him as he takes on his latest project.
The immigration department insists problems at the Manus Island asylum seeker detention centre have been fixed, but admits a permanent facility needs to be built soon. Department secretary Martin Bowles, in a submission to a parliamentary hearing
We had nothing,'' Mr Akbari said when they were moved into the Dandenong South unit in February. ''My wife is having a baby but we had to sleep on the floor, which caused her to be in pain. But what could we do?'' They did not know where to go for