Ecuador Requests International Reimbursement To Keep Its Oil In The Ground
Ecuador's Yasuni National Park, a 4,000-square-mile rainforest, is home to 100,000 species of insects, 655 species of trees, and at least two isolated populations of natives, making it one of the most biodiverse places on Earth. It also happens to sit on nearly a billion barrels of untapped oil -- equivalent to about $7 billion in potential revenue for the country's struggling economy.Swaziland: Why Girls Enjoy the Reed Dance
When I met the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) Secretary General, Mr Sindiso Ngwenya, during the 15th African Union Summit in Kampala, little did I know that the hardly 4 minutes meeting was the genesis of a long journey to the land well known for its Umhlanga, a traditional reed dance-Kate Moss: She has hired a professional exorcist
Kate Moss has hired a professional exorcist to cleanse her house.
The supermodel – who lives in a plush area of north London with her rocker lover Jamie Hince and her seven-year-old daughter Lila Grace – has reportedly hired a shaman to rid her home of “evil energy” following a sequence of bad luck at the property in recent months.
The Executive Yuan on Thursday approved a draft Aboriginal Autonomy Act that would allow aborigines to establish independent governments in autonomous regions either on their own or in collaboration with neighboring indigenous communities, a Cabinet spokesman said.
A program that will soon be celebrating its first anniversary offers local veterans a chance to repair their bodies, minds and souls.
The Forgotten Soldier Program is offered through the Healing Light Institute on Fortune Court in Auburn.
Founder Donna Arz, who runs the Healing Light Institute, said the program helps veterans continue their lives after they come home.