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Former Chilean Dictator Recovering

Augusto Pinochet, probably Chile's most hated dictator is said to be in a stable condition after a heart attack on Tuesday. //The General had undergone an angioplasty to reopen his arteries. Juan Ignacio Vergara, head doctor at the Military Hospital in Santiago said that though there was no im...

Former Chilean Dictator Hospitalised After Heart Attack

Chile's former dictator Augusto Pinochet, 91, suffered a heart attack Sunday and was taken to a military hospital, an official statement said.// A medical bulletin described Pinochet's condition as "serious but stable". It said his heart was not working sufficiently and that his lungs w...

California Brain Injury Association and Scarlett Law Group Conduct Medical/Legal Conference on Traumatic Brain Injury November 21 - 23rd, 2008

...e Cases, MDL 840, (obtaining a record-setting $1.3 billion exemplary damage reward on behalf of those tortured and unlawfully imprisoned by Philippine dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos), and the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Litigation, (wherein he actively served on the Plaintiffs Coordinating Committee). Mr. Scarlett s...

Hundreds of Thousands Attend Madrid Gay Pride Parade

...xuals. Europride is also a chance for Spain to celebrate 30 years since its first gay rights protests took place, two years after the death of dictator Francisco Franco in 1975. Most European countries have some kind of Gay Pride event, but often at different times of the year. Last weekend sa...

Spanish Doctor to Examine Cuban Leader Castro

...neral surgery. According to the report, Garcia Sabrido is to give Castro a thorough examination and advise Cuban doctors as to whether the Cuban dictator should undergo additional surgery. Flying aboard an aircraft chartered by the Cuban government, the doctor brought with him medical technology n...

Calcium Receptor Vital For Stem Cell Migration to Bone Marrow

... A new discovery of a dictator molecule that governs the migration of blood stem cells to the bone marrow, resulting in subsequent production of blood cell components and immune ste...
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Democracy and the Net - How American ideals are quietly influencing the world

... Madison, Wis. Despots hate the Internet. Its one thing for a dictator to control a relative handful of television stations and newspaper plants, but its quite another for a totalitarian regime to block information that m...

Emergence of Internet video is changing the regulatory landscape

...e with a laptop, a website, and some compelling content can potentially reach the world. That's why despots hate the Internet. It's one thing for a dictator to control a relative handful of newspaper plants and television stations, but it's quite another for a totalitarian regime to block information that ...
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