September 2013

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World peace a step closer as Obama, Rouhani trade…

In a momentous turn of events, tensions in the Middle East appear to have eased considerably after the presidents of Iran and the US swapped knock-knock jokes for the first time in 35 years. Barack Obama and Hassan …


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Broadway Actors, Middletown Charity Join Forces…

The star-studded Artists for World Peace on Broadway 3 promises a brilliant evening in an intimate New York City supper club — and a chance to help destitute women in India. Posted by Cassandra Day (Editor) , September …


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Putin's Iranian United Nations World Peace…

Last week President Obama delivered the sovereignty of United States of America, to Putin's Iranian United Nations World Peace Coalition. Now whom do we have to protect us from enemies foreign and domestic now the …


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UN general assembly: Iran's Rouhani says…

In another toast, Pres Obama said world peace "must be the work of all of us." "Cheers. Salute," he said as he raised his glass. — Mark Knoller (@markknoller) September 24, 2013. But president Juan Manuel Santos Calderón …


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Real Lies – "World Peace" – Pigeons…

reallies Real Lies World Peace. All layered vocals and hazy melodies, London band Real Lies' new song “World Peace” is both hopeful and nostalgic, inducing you to dance the night (or day) away with a carefree …



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World Peace Meditation Day | San Francisco…

Join in and spread peace in the world on Sunday, September 15, 2013. Join in a silent, yet powerful intention for peace and healing. Come offer your peace contribution by joining World Peace Meditation at Golden Gate Park Bandshell …



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Broadway Talent Hits Almshouse for Artists For…

This free, all-you-can-eat lasagna dinner and live musical showcase will benefit the third annual AFWP on Broadway performance is Oct. 13 at 54 Below in New York City. Posted by Cassandra Day (Editor) , September 13, …


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Behavioral Management for World Peace | Beyond The…

By Julie Wu As I zoom up I-95 to take my son to school, we listen to NPR. He's in fifth grade, learning about World War II, so I figure he's old enough to hear about Syria. He has a lot of questions about Syria and I answer as …