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VIDEO: Governments Worldwide Begin Probing Panama Papers

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The Five Most Common Types of Personal Injury

New York, N.Y. The most common types of lawsuits filed every year in the United States are those involving personal injury claims. And even though there are many different forms of personal injury that can occur and that can lead to a lawsuit, there are certain types that are far more common than others. Continue […]

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Ten Things Highly Successful People Do You Might Not Be Doing

By Susan Ford Collins. Too often the words associated with the holidays are “Epic Fail.”  The holidays are often stress-filled and dismal instead of a reason to gather, relax and give thanks with family and friends.  Why not use some habits of highly successful people to make your next month a successful one — courtesy […]

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Buddhism for Beginners: Insights from a Non-Buddhist

Bodh Gaya, India. Sitting here in the media tent of His Holiness The Dalai Lama 14th in Bodh Gaya, the town where Prince Siddhartha, the Gautama Buddha – following his period of asceticism roaming the Indian countryside – sat under the Bodhi Tree and found Enlightenment, I realize I am seeing Buddhist monks from all […]

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U.S. Adds 8 Countries to List of Worst Human Traffickers

Peacekeeping Mission in Liberia Hand Security to National Forces

U.N. Agencies Team Up To Protect Culture With Geo-Spatial Technology

3.6 million Iraqi children in danger and ‘relentlessly targeted,’ UN reports

U.N. Chief Signs Condolence Book For Victims of Turkish Terrorism Attack

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