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50 Of The Most Beautiful Places in the World

Amazing Waterfalls Around The World -1 - WaterFalls in Yellowstone National…

After imprisoning Oregon ranchers, Obama to sign an executive order legalizing BLM tyranny to take over any land it wants YOU NEED TO STAND UP AMERICA BEFORE IT'S TO LATE !

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Joshua Tree National Park

Joshua Tree National Park, California. My home

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Gough Whitlam remembered: Bill Hayden, Kim Beazley and others who knew him reflect on his life, his character and the huge impact of his policies on Australia

Elizabeth Reid on Whitlam’s legacy for women - Elizabeth Reid was the first adviser formally appointed to advise an Australian prime minister on matters relating to the welfare of women and children, and later held senior positions in the United Nations development program

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15 Most Beautiful National Parks in America

Congaree National Park, South Carolina Found on


AIESEC United States, provides opportunities in more than 113 countries and territories for international internships through our Global Internship and Global Community Development Programs. Volunteer or work in Brazil with AIESEC United States. For more information go to Waterfalls, Iguacu National Park, Brazil

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Ebola crisis: Five ways to break the epidemic

Volunteers wearing United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) T-shirts show a placard to raise awareness about the symptoms of the Ebola virus to students of the Sainte Therese school, in the Koumassi district, in Abidjan, Ivory Coast - 15 September 2014

The oldest trees in the world. Bristle Cone Pine at Great Basin National Park

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What the Benghazi attack taught me about Hillary Clinton

What the Benghazi attack taught me about Hillary Clinton - RETIRING AFTER 25YRS AS A FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICER, READ & WATCH VIDEO OF WHAT GREGORY N. HICKS HAS TO SAY ABOUT BENGHAZI AND TRIPOLI U.S. law mandates the secretary of state to develop and implement policies and programs "to provide for the security … of all United States personnel on official duty abroad.” This includes not only the State Department employees, but also the CIA officers in Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012.