Tag Archives: Central African Republic

health: Belgian Fries May Become Official Cultural Treasure ( because French fries, are actually, Belgian!)


Belgian Fries May Become Official Cultural Treasure

Belgian potato fries are poised to join the likes of Argentinian tango and Turkish coffee. Fry-selling establishments—called fritkots—are extremely common throughout Belgium, and Belgian fries could eventually join 314 other items recognized by UNESCO, the cultural branch of the United Nations, as an official piece of cultural heritage. The government of the Dutch-speaking region of Flanders already deems Belgian fries a key part of national culture, and Belgium’s French and German-speaking communities are expected to debate the issue next year. More… Discuss

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Refugee Numbers Highest Since World War II (51, 000, 000 people forced to leave their homes: shame on the world leaders and ONU!)


Refugee Numbers Highest Since
World War II

The number of refugees worldwide has risen to levels not seen since World War II. There are an estimated 51.2 million people now displaced from their homes by conflict and persecution. Of these, 6.3 million have been living in “protracted” refugee situations, meaning they have been refugees for years, even decades. The surge in refugees is straining available resources and destabilizing some of the countries to which they have fled. More… Discuss

euzicasa June 4 2014 – imagine what would happen if 80% of followers would show up here at the same time (HIHIHIHI)


euzicasa June 4 2014 – imagine what would happen if 80% of followers would show up at the same time (HIHIHIHI)

euzicasa June 4 2014 - imagine what would happen if 80% of followers would show up at the same time (HIHIHIHI)

euzicasa June 4 2014 – imagine what would happen if 80% of followers would show up at the same time (HIHIHIHI)

euzicasa June 4 2014 views by country -- imagine what would happen if 80% of followers would show up at the same time (HIHIHIHI)

euzicasa June 4 2014 views by country — imagine what would happen if 80% of followers would show up at the same time (HIHIHIHI)

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welcome to euzicasa: visitors from 200 countries, and 5 continents found this site interesting enough to visit again: Did you?


welcome to euzicasa: visitors from 200 countries, and 5 continents found this site interesting enough to visit again: Did you?

welcome to euzicasa: visitors from 200 countries, and 5 continents found this site interesting enough to visit again: Did you?

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EUZICASA: 200 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES HAVE VISITED THIS SITE! THANKS TO EVERYONE OF MY VISITORS!


EUZICASA - 200 DIFFERENT COUNTRIE HAVE VISITED THIS SITE

EUZICASA: 200 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES HAVE VISITED THIS SITE! MANY THANKS TO EVERYONE OF MY VISITORS!

 

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NEWS: UN FEARS SLAUGHTER IN CAR


UN Fears Slaughter in CAR

Despite the presence of thousands of French and African Union peacekeeping troopssectarian violence continues to be a serious problem in the Central African Republic(CAR). Tensions between Christians and Muslims there have reached a “terrifying level,” according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), and nearly 16,000 people living in the capital, Bangui, have had to flee their homes in recent weeks. The UNHCR, fearful that Muslims in areas near the capital are now at risk of being “slaughtered” by Christian militia, is working to evacuate some 19,000 Muslims from these areas. More… Discuss

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TODAY’S HOLIDAY: BOGANDA DAY


Boganda Day

In the Central African Republic, Boganda Day marks the anniversary of the death of Barthélemy Boganda, the nation’s first prime minister, who died in a plane crash on March 29, 1959. Boganda had been a driving force in the creation of the Central African Republic, which became a self-governing republic in 1958. He was also a leader in the movement to unite black African nations. Boganda Day is a national holiday in the Central African Republic; all banks, official government offices, businesses, and schools are closed. More… Discuss

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TODAY’S HOLIDAY: CAMEROON YOUTH DAY


Cameroon Youth Day

This national holiday in the west-African nation ofCameroon celebrates the country’s young people. School children and youth groups participate in parades, often accompanied by university students in marching bands. Businesses sell food and merchandise along the parade routes. Many schools and youth groups also organize art exhibits and sports activities. The theme of Youth Day is to encourage Cameroon’s young people to renounce violence and other unsavory behaviors and to embrace education, sports, and artistic activities. More…Discuss

 

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