1. 'End Austerity Now' protest - Cardiff

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    Hundreds of people took part in the anti-austerity rally and marched through Cardiff city centre on Saturday. Protestors met at the Aneurin Bevan statue on Queen Street for the event organised by the Cardiff group of the People’s Assembly, and marched to Cardiff Library where several speakers addressed the crowd. - 16 May 2015

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    • April 18, 2015. A-year anniversary week.

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      Police used water cannon and pepper spray to prevent thousands of protesters from marching towards the president's home in Seoul, South Korea on April 18, 2015, the week of memorial for the victims from capsized ferry last year. Protesters are demanding more government action over the sinking, including an independent inquiry. The Sewol capsized as it made a sharp turn on a routine journey a year ago, killing 304 people, including 250 students from the same school on April 16, 2014.

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      • Deadly protests unfold on 3 continents; Rouhani says Jerusalem should be liberated (SCWU #481)

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        Date: February 20, 2014 By: Daniel Whyte III Description: 1. According to CNN, dramatic scenes are unfolding during anti-government protests in three disparate countries this week, on three different continents. The images are striking, and things are heating up quickly. In Ukraine, long-simmering tensions exploded this week as clashes between police and anti-government protesters left more than 25 people dead and the capital's central square on fire. In Venezuela, demonstrations over better security, an end to goods shortages, and protected freedom of speech drew global attention as four people were killed. In Thailand, deadly violence erupted in the heart of Bangkok on Tuesday as anti-government protesters clashed with police, leaving 5 people dead and dozens of others injured. 2. According to Israel National News, Iran’s President, Hassan Rouhani, said on Wednesday that Jerusalem should “be liberated from the yoke of Israel.” The comments were made during a meeting in Tehran between Rouhani and the Speaker or the Palestinian Authority (PA) parliament, Salim Zanoun, and were reported by the semi-official Fars news agency. During the meeting, according to Fars, Rouhani expressed the support of the Iranian government and nation “for the oppressed people of Palestine”, and said, "One of the wishes of the Iranian nation is liberation of the Holy City." 3. According to Israel Hayom, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said on Tuesday that Israel should aim to bring in 3.5 million Jewish immigrants within the next decade. In an address to the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, the Yisrael Beytenu chairman said that "the biggest threat to us as Jews, both in Israel and the Diaspora, regardless of background, is the demographic problem currently facing world Jewry." Lieberman also said that Israel should seek to boost Jewish immigration to Israel saying that his goal is to see Israel's Jewish population exceed 10 million within the next 10 years. 4. According to The Times of Israel, Israeli and Jordanian officials signed a deal on Wednesday under which Israel will supply $500 million worth of gas to the Hashemite kingdom from the Tamar natural gas field in the Mediterranean. The supply is set to start in 2016, and to continue over a 15-year period. Ultimately, however, the deal may be expanded to a $30-billion mammoth partnership, under which Israel would become the major supplier of Jordan’s gas needs. The Jordanians turned to Israel because their supply of natural gas from Egypt had been halted by repeated terrorist attacks on the gas pipeline from Egypt. 5. According to Israel Hayom, a special delegation headed by Israel's National Security Council chief Yossi Cohen will leave for China in the coming weeks to hold a strategic dialogue with Chinese officials. Political sources said Tuesday that while Israel's unique relationship with the United States was invaluable, Israel cannot ignore China's growing standing as a world power and the subsequent need to reinforce Jerusalem's ties with Beijing. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has decided to bolster ties with China both on a political level, as it is a key player in the international community's efforts to stop a nuclear Iran, as well as on an economic level. Jesus Christ said in Matthew 16:27: "For the Son of man shall come in the glory of his Father with his angels; and then he shall reward every man according to his works." Our second coming quote for today is from Randy Alcorn. He said, "There's considerable talk about the end of the age, and many people seem to believe that Christ will return in their lifetime. But why is it that expecting Christ's return hasn't radically influenced our giving? Why is it that people who believe in the soon return of Christ are so quick to build their own financial empires -- which prophecy tells us will perish -- and so slow to build God's kingdom?"

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        • Thailand Protest 2013 - Explained

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          "WHAT IS THE DEMOCRACY?" Thailand political crisis 2013 is another example of Dictatorial Democracy countries in this world. This Dictatorship is run by Thaksin Regime and his sister's government, Yingluck Shinawatra Administration. Although they claimed that they came from election and people should have no rights to overthrow them, millions of massive Thai people disagreed and were out on the streets risking their lives as they could not stand them to corrupt the country anymore. Whether the peaceful protests of millions of people can overthrow a shameless government is remained to be seen. We fully support the bravery Thai people and hope Thailand can reset and reform before the next election. January 3, 2014. by ThaisOverseas (https://www.youtube.com/user/ThaisOverseas)

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          • Message to the World (from Thailand)

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            We're people revolution.

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            • Thai Police Gone Mad

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              26-12-2013 This video happened after the police disperse the demonstration. The volunteer medic and nurses, women and men trapped in the truck. Policemen were attacking demonstrator's cars for no reason. Fortunately, all the people on the car is safe. The Thai national newspaper "THAIRATH" said. Troublemaker was a group of men dressed like police. Which is not true at all. MASS MEDIA, CORPORATE MEDIA LIES TO THE PEOPLE. People Revolution's, the unarmed, ideology is to reform the country, to get rid of corrupted government is being attack from Thai Government and the regime with the support of US government and the world never knows.

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              • Amidst Turkey’s Riots, The Tale Of a Garden

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                In May and June of 2013, Istanbul’s Gezi Park became a unifying symbol for anti-government activists and the epicenter of nationwide protests. Amidst the rioting crowds, Aisha Ellinger joined a group of protesters to plant an organic garden as a sign of peaceful resistance. Produced By Patrick Tombola Executive Produced By Storyhunter Storyhunter helps the world's top video journalists and documentary filmmakers produce video stories that matter. Learn more and become a Storyhunter at www.storyhunter.tv Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/Storyhunter

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                • Başlangıç - Istanbul Rising

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                  Başlangıç (The Beginning) tells the story of the anti-government protests that gripped Turkey from May 2013. What began as an occupation of a central Istanbul park by environmental protesters angry at plans to develop it into a shopping centre, quickly developed into nationwide protests against Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his increasingly conservative Islamic policies. Filmed & produced by Dominic Brown © 2013 Dancing Turtle Films www.dancingturtle.org

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                  • Trailer: Yemen: Praying for Revolution

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                    This documentary depicts Yemen's revolution and probes into the different events of the revolution taking into account both anti- and pro-government ideas. PRESS TV Documetaries

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                    • Blue Orleenz - Hunger Games

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                      Produce by MICK and MOOCH CM3 1st single "Hunger Games" from Blue Orleenz up coming album "Disorderly Conduct" coming soon. TWITTER @trueblueorleenz REVERBNATION http://www.reverbnation.com/trueblueo... SOUNDCLOUD https://soundcloud.com/#blue-orleenz-1 Edited by: Soniq twitter: @truesoniq/@2worldsclothing instagram: @itssoniq/@2worldsclothing

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