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Archaeologists uncover Stonehenge Clues

Archaeologists uncover Stonehenge Clues

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[Best Syndication News] Stonehenge has always been a mysterious place with huge monolithic rocks encompassed a circle where everyone in present society wonder, what was this place used for?

Archaeologists from Sheffield University dug up some new evidence to help to solve the history of Stonehenge. What was found was human cremation burials that date back to 3000 BC. This is 300 years earlier than was previously thought. The stones were erected around 2500 BC.

Stonehenge first consisted of a circular bank of a ditch cut out of the chalk of Salisbury Plain.

CIA Director Says Europe and US Fight Terrorism Differently – Global Power Will Shift From North America To Asia

CIA Director Says Europe and US Fight Terrorism Differently – Global Power Will Shift From North America To Asia

CIA Director Hayden

(Best Syndication) The United States and European nations view the fight against terrorism differently, according to Central Intelligence Agency Director Michael V. Hayden. In a speech at the Landon Lecture Series in Kansas, Hayden said Europeans see the threat of terrorism as a law enforcement issue, while the US views it differently.

“In much of Europe, terrorism is seen differently: primarily as an internal, law enforcement problem, and solutions are focused more narrowly on securing the homeland,” Hayden said. This is not to say that Europeans do not work with each other to thwart the terrorist threat, they do according to Hayden.

Protests of China hosting the Olympics – London, France, San Francisco Bridge

Protests of China hosting the Olympics – London, France, San Francisco Bridge

Protest in France (see video below)

[Best Syndication] Protestors in France has caused the Olympic torch fire to be put out several times. French citizens as well as people in London and the United States are protesting China not allowing Tibet to ben independenct from China. This is the main reason why all of the protest for China being this year's host for the Olympic Ceremonies.

The French had 3,000 police officers on duty to protect the flame. It was put out a number of times due to technical difficulties. Further into the report, they explained that the torch had to travel by bus at some points of crossing through France.

The Scientology Volunteer Ministers Goodwill Tour in the Heart of Europe

The Scientology Volunteer Ministers Goodwill Tour in the Heart of Europe

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The Scientology Volunteer Ministers Eastern European Goodwill Tour is in Koice, the Slovak Republic's second-largest city.

The grand opening last month featured entertainment by Marin Krausz, winner of the Slovakian counterpart of "American Idol," and a speech by the Mayor welcoming the Tour to the city.

As with other cities in Slovakia, the country known as "the Heart of Europe," the people of Koice are vitally concerned with improving the quality of education and economic standards. Nearly 20 years after the iron curtain fell, Slovakia is still hard pressed to catch up with the rest of Europe economically and educationally.

Kosovo Stalemate At United Nations – Serbs And Albanians Deadlocked at Security Council Meeting

Kosovo Stalemate At United Nations – Serbs And Albanians Deadlocked at Security Council Meeting

Ban Ki-moon with President Bush

(Best Syndication) Talks between representatives of Kosovo and Serbia reached a stalemate at the United Nations on Wednesday. It is unlikely that the status of Kosovo will be resolved by the UN. Kosovo, a province of Serbia, has been under UN governance since 1999, and there has been a long standing territorial dispute between Serbia and the Albanian population of Kosovo.

In closed meetings, the UN Security Council held a private “debate” over the future status of Kosovo, a province where ethnic Albanians outnumber Serbs and other minorities by nine to one. While the Albanians support independence, Serbia and the Serbian minority do not.

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