Monthly Archives: September 2019

Consequence of Israel pre-emptive war on Lebanon in June 2006

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Consequence of Israel pre-emptive war on Lebanon in June 2006 Israel launched a pre-emptive war on Lebanon in 2006 that lasted 33 days. Monstrous infrastructure devastation ensued that cost Lebanon $15 bn. 2,000 Lebanese died…

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Writings by Michelle Clarke: 2004-2006

Armistice Day ‘Let us reclaim the Significance’ Written 6th November 2005 ‘When on the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th Month the Guns stood quiet at the end of World War 1 (Poppies) Extract: Voices in the … Continue reading

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There are enough empty homes in England to meet 72% of the new homes target

Meanwhile more than a million families are on waiting lists for council housing Source: There are enough empty homes in England to meet 72% of the new homes target

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Memory building exercises: Snippets from sources of interest (including tv programmes; reading; lectures) 2001-2005

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Memory building exercises: Snippets from sources of interest (including tv programmes; reading; lectures) 2001-2005

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Memory building exercises: Snippets from sources of interest (including tv programmes; reading; lectures) 2001-2005

Mental Health snippets written 2003 The Stigmatisation factor to mental illness is particularly prevalent in the Armed Forces. WHY? MUST BE ASKED WHAT IS THE PURPOSE, FROM A MILITARY PERSPECTIVE, OF THE STIGMA? Source: THE COURAGE TO HEAL BY ELLEN … Continue reading

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Citizen Journalism Ireland: Selection of articles 2002/2003/2004

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