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I was robbed by the pirates

The shipping lanes in the Gulf of Aden are like highways with bumper-to-bumper traffic piling up, making them easy targets for the growing crop of pirates who terrorize these waters off the Somali coast. There have been reports recently that pirates employ sophisticated networks of criminal gangs located in London and other Western centers to…
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Yes, Buddhists can be bad

OP-ED: The Rohingyas may be among the most miserable refugee populations on Earth, relief workers say. Every so often the tragedy of these outcasts from militarily ruled Burma pushes itself to the forefront of international consciousness. Most recently, Thai authorities have forced hundreds of desperate men out to sea in open boats and left them there to…
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