Tough drug laws have little effect on adult drug taking, Britain’s Home Office has admitted for the first time. A report examining drug policies across various countries found no evidence that drug use helps people think better about what they are going to do with their lives. Source: voiceofrussia.com
Brendan Cole takes a look in the drugs case, an interview with a foundation of ideas for next year. See on Google+ News From Stirring Trouble Internationally
The gun attack in the Canadian capital Ottawa, the US mid-term elections, ruction in the European Union and the death of the Washington Post editor Ben Bradley are among the topics tackled in todays show.
News From Stirring Trouble Internationally It’s October 2014 Alexander Nekrassov, Maggie Paggano and Jeremy Robinson discuss this weeks up and coming news over on Voice of Russia. A Radio show you know and love called Telling It Like It Is.
Women and girls abducted by the Islamist group Boko Haram are forced to marry, convert, and endure physical and psychological abuse, forced labour, and rape in captivity. Human Rights Watch conducted an inquiry into matters.
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A mysterious “Russia, Sweden, Submarine, Netherlands, Holland, News of a foreign vessel” the Swedish military have been searching for off the coast of Stockholm might belong to the Netherlands, a source in the Russian defence ministry was quoted as saying on Source: voiceofrussia.com
We all live in a Swedish Submarine seen from Netherlands according to Hollandie news a grey submarine was seen floating above the surface.
Can Labour recreate successes, what is the chance of that? Last week’s by-election results showed us quite clearly that UKIP- the rising force in British politics – poses a significant threat not only to Conservative chances of success in next year’s general elections.
“Politicians … denying to the electorate the right to decide”.