Sunday, February 3, 2019

Global Security Newsletter // February 03

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February 03, 2019
Though he had served Venezuela’s socialist revolutionary leader Hugo Chavez for many years, Carlos Luis Aguilera Borjas soon proved more than adept at making millions — and funneling them abroad. https://t.co/raxlfc7doy
PhotoFiles: Seeing the stars at Mueller Planetarium | Photofiles Blog - Lincoln Journal Star
Cartoonist's View: Six more months of Mueller - Duluth News Tribune
Crime and Criminology from Michael_Novakhov (8 sites): "political crimes" - Google News: Corruption has caused breakdown of institutions meant to protect democracy, says Mukuni - themastonline.com
Boston bombing victims help Quebec City survivors overcome trauma - CBC.ca

Though he had served Venezuela’s socialist revolutionary leader Hugo Chavez for many years, Carlos Luis Aguilera Borjas soon proved more than adept at making millions — and funneling them abroad. https://t.co/raxlfc7doy

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Though he had served Venezuela’s socialist revolutionary leader Hugo Chavez for many years, Carlos Luis Aguilera Borjas soon proved more than adept at making millions — and funneling them abroad.
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PhotoFiles: Seeing the stars at Mueller Planetarium | Photofiles Blog - Lincoln Journal Star

Lincoln Journal Star
Ground was broken for the Mueller Planetarium on July 15, 1957. This was the same year the USSR sent Sputnik 1 into orbit, sparking the international Space Race.
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Cartoonist's View: Six more months of Mueller - Duluth News Tribune

Duluth News Tribune
Cartoonist's View: Six more months of Mueller  Duluth News TribuneAt Black Woods, we like to think of ourselves as more than just restaurants. Locally owned and family-operated since the early 90's, we take pride in treating our ...
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Crime and Criminology from Michael_Novakhov (8 sites): "political crimes" - Google News: Corruption has caused breakdown of institutions meant to protect democracy, says Mukuni - themastonline.com

Global Security News from Michael_Novakhov (27 sites)
CORRUPTION in Zambia has led to a breakdown in institutions that are supposed to protect democracy and ensure free and fair elections such as the judiciary and the police, says chief Mukuni.
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Boston bombing victims help Quebec City survivors overcome trauma - CBC.ca

CBC.ca
​Hakim Chambaz describes the year that followed the Quebec City mosque shooting as "the hardest period" of his life. "It was not good for us. We kept trying to hide, tried to avoid people, avoid public places," Chambaz said of the dread he and other survivors faced after Jan.
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