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Salem-News.com (Jul-30-2010 09:22)

Canals of England the Only Way to Travel

"As I manned the tiller and leaned wistfully against the helm, my thoughts began to wander..."

(ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.) - Midland English Canal For a brief moment, through a gap in the trees of the Forest of Arden, I caught a glimpse of Bredon Hill. It was the home of my boyhood and forty-five years peeled back to a time when I once ran to the top of the hill to see the land of Seven Kingdoms.

On that day long ago the wind whipped smartly through long hair that I no longer have.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-12-2010 03:43)

Cheviot Sheep, Red Coats and Argentina`s Deserts

Recalling the irreversible damage from Britain's third invasion of Argentina.

(PATAGONIA, Argentina) - Sheep going to get communion?  One of the unusual sites in Patagonia photographed by Eddie Zawaski and Gail Parker for Salem-News.com. Watching World Cup Football with some neighbors here in NW Patagonia, I thought halftime would be a great opportunity to ask what their opinions were on the Falklands Islands controversy that seems to be heating up again.

Our hostess had trouble saying the word “Falklands” as the word got stuck in her mouth and just couldn’t come out.

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Salem-News.com (Jun-20-2010 22:47)

Colonialism, the Gift That Keeps on Giving

In today’s world, the extraction of resources is carried out by corporations owned by an investor class that knows no national boundaries nor is accountable for any liability as a result of their company’s actions.

(PATAGONIA, Argentina) - The British flag Britain is preparing to defend once again its colonial interest in the Malvinas Islands in the South Atlantic.

According to the UK’s Telegraph, since February, “Royal Navy ships have already been put on standby to protect commercial shipping heading to the region” in anticipation of conflict with Argentina over offshore oil drilling.

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Salem-News.com (May-05-2010 19:00)

Greece is Spent, Rioting Leads to Two Deaths, Bank Set Ablaze

Greece is nearly broke.

(ATHENS / SALEM) - Police in Greece At least three people in Greece have have been killed during riotous protests, as rioters set fire to a bank building, perhaps the most alarming news yet.

Russia TV reports that thousands have taken to the streets in Athens in opposition to the harsh spending cuts, which are part of a new austerity package that is designed to save Greece from bankruptcy.

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