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  • Eugen Adelsmayr wrote on 24. 04. 2013 from Austria about "Wrongly accused Austrian ..."

    I may correct the title of my book which is "Dubai LowDown" avilable as eBook on Amazon.


  • Ken Cameron wrote on 22. 04. 2013 from Vienna about "Fire alarms now compulsor..."

    CO detectors are just as vital as smoke detectors. Carbon monoxide can be released by a faulty boiler and it can kill a sleeping person within 3 hours. Smoke detectors offer no protection from CO.


  • Max wrote on 04. 04. 2013 from USA about "Iraq veteran faces new li..."

    Waterpipe cafes are forbidden in Morocco. They usually are a place where underage girls are sexually abused and where illicit substance is used. Water pipes have also been found to transmit and spread tuberculosis. Having said that, I don't doubt that there is extortion and corruption in the Moroccan police and even the judiciary system. A clear distinction is to be made by whoever is trying to solve this problem.


  • Rafael wrote on 02. 04. 2013 from Brazil about "Lego backs down over Jabb..."

    But Hagia Sophia was originally a church before being a mosque! Today it is neither a mosque nor a church, but a national museum! Should the christian community also complain about the Lego set? Also, I don't they complain to Lucasfilm that created the building and characters in the first place? Should they take the Star Wars movies out of the market as well?


  • anne wrote on 01. 11. 2012 from canada about "Tusk Forced..."

    Why is this zoo not making arrangements to find a sanctuary where Tania can live the rest of her life in some happiness. what a horrid life she now lives. She deserves to be with other elephants. This is cruel. Of course, she doesn't want to play with humans!!!


    • Vlad Craioveanu wrote on 10. 11. 2012 from Romani about "Tusk Forced..."

      They REFUSE to release her! They insulted animal rights activists and threatens them with violence, in retaliation for making this public!


  • Alma Hartley wrote on 04. 11. 2012 from Calgary Alberta Canada about "Krampus and Nikolaus to v..."

    twenty two years ago I had experienced my first Krampus celebration. It was amazing and very memorable. I recommend all to experience this tradition. Not only this but the Spiritual Christmas events in Europe which are amazing. This is where you get the true meaning of Christmas and receive a spiritual feeling of Christ flowing through your body and into your heart.We in North America have lost sight of this spiritual feeling and have dwelled on material things. Our Children in North America are spoiled and need to visit Germany and Austria or other European Countries to experiece this old tradition of Christmas. I have only fond memories of my time in Salzburg during these festivities. What fun the Christmas markets are breath taking and very beautiful.


  • Gundosmkq wrote on 01. 11. 2012 from Aboutsqshc about "Star Guest..."

    Aloha! lno


  • beats by dre solo hd wrote on 29. 10. 2012 from about "One killed three injured ..."

    Apple iphone World gives free information and facts, reviews in all products based on the Apple iPod, these add iPod Common, Touch, Nano along with Shuffle.


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