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Smell of Fresh Bread Transformed One Refugee Life

Who would imagine that the smell of fresh bread wafting through a bakery could change the course of a young Syrian refugee.

SOP newswire3Ban Returns To UN To Deal With Libya Crisis - Ban Ki-moon cut short a visit to Los Angeles to return to United Nations Headquarters today to address the crisis in Libya.
SOP newswire2Economic Depression Leads to "Democracy" in Middle East - Bush's-Democrat's Incompetence Not Iraq Primarily Responsible for Upheavals - Western Countries Next to See "Revolution"
SOP newswire2Obama to Support United Nations No-Fly and Naval Exclusion Zones for Libya? - prominent national Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization today called on the Obama administration and Congress to support United Nations military no-fly
SOP newswire3UN: Pakistan Needs To Invest More In Disaster Risk Reduction, - Pakistan is at risk of increased loss of lives, property and livelihoods in future if it fails to invest in disaster preparedness.
SOP newswire3Security Council Meets On Libya - Ban Ki-moon and the United Nations human rights chief have both called on the Libyan authorities to immediately end their violent crackdown on protesters.
Ron G AnselmOil Prices Due to Hit Record Numbers with the Turmoil in Libya and the Middle East - Libya controls about sixty-percent of the world`s oil reserves and about forty-percent of the world`s global gas reserves.
SOP newswire2Bahrain: A Middle East Political Earthquake - When the U.S. entered the Second World War, Imperial Japan launched a sea-borne airstrike against the headquarters and ships of the U.S. Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor in 1941.
SOP newswire3Belarus: UN Speaks Out Against Sentencing Of Political Opponents - The UN voiced deep concern at the harsh sentencing of Vasil Parfyankou in the first of dozens of trials against opposition leaders and supporters in Belarus.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Urges Restraint By Arab Leaders As Protests Continue - Ban Ki-moon has once again called for the non-use of force and respect for basic freedoms, as he voiced concern about reports of escalating violence and bloodshed amid the protests in North Africa and the Middle East.
SOP newswire2Fathers of the '1-World Currency' - The International Monetary Fund has now joined the chorus of calls to utilize IMF Special Drawing Rights, or SDRs, as an alternative to the dollar as the world's reserve currency.
SOP newswire29th Annual Havan for Jagat Kalyan - A large number of people participated in this auspicious Yagya alongwith family members and take the blessing of the Lord Shiva & Mahmaya Jagat Amba
SOP newswire3US Vetoes Security Council Resolution on Israeli Settlements - The United States today vetoed a Security Council resolution condemning all Israeli settlements established in occupied Palestinian territory since 1967 as illegal.
SOP newswire3UN Condemns Violence Against Protesters In Middle East, North Africa - UN denounced the violence by security forces against protesters in Libya, Bahrain and other countries in the Middle East and North Africa.
SOP newswire3UN: Integrating Food and Energy Crops Can Help Reduce Poverty - Farming systems that combine crops that can be used for food and fuel can help reduce poverty and boost food and energy security.
SOP newswire3Partnership Between UN and Member States Key to Effective Peacekeeping - The success of United Nations peacekeeping depends on a strong partnership between the world body and Member States.
SOP newswire3UN: Congo Rebel Leader Abandons Armed Group - The UN peacekeeping force in the Congo reported that a senior member of one of the armed groups has turned himself in under the demobilisation programme run by the mission.
SOP newswire2Sea Shepherd Successful in Its Battle to End Illegal Japanese Whaling? - Captain Watson is optimistic, yet remains cautious of what this suspension will entail, I think it is premature to see this as a victory for the whales yet.
SOP newswire3UN Plans To Send Mission To Egypt After Transition - The UN plans to send a team of officials to Egypt.
SOP newswire3UN Tells Bahrain: Stop Using Excessive Force Against Protesters - The UN has voiced alarm at the excessive use of force by authorities in Bahrain.
SOP newswire2Islamic Republic on Iran Celebrates 32nd Anniversary - In June 2009, tens of thousands demonstrators took to the streets in Iran to protest the disputed result of the Presidential election.
SOP newswire2The Prime Minister of India Demonstrates Unquestionable Transparency - Prof. Bhim Singh regretted that the attitude of some political parties including BJP for political reasons was unfortunate and unacceptable by the people of this country.
SOP newswire2Egypt: A Recipe for Revolution or More of the Same? - Egypt is ruled today by the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, under the leadership of Field Marshal Muhammad Hussein Tantawi.
SOP newswire3UN Steps Up Aid To Uprooted Ivorians - he United Nations refugee agency has begun setting up a new camp for internally displaced persons in western Côte d`Ivoire.
SOP newswire2Was Land Sale Between China and Pakistan Legal? Does J&K Have Rights to The Land? - Panthers Party regretted that both Congress and NC leaders have been bluffing the entire Nation on their failures and blunders they committed vis-a-vis J&K in the past.
SOP newswire3UN Reaffirms Support For Lebanon Tribunal - Ban Ki-moon today marked the 6th anniversary of the murder of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri.
SOP newswire3Security Council Discusses Poverty As Root Of Conflict - The Security Council held a day-long, high-level debate on the root causes that fuel conflict in the world, like poverty and under-development.
SOP newswire3Intelligence Chief Says al-Qaida Still Greatest Threat - Terrorism specifically al-Qaida remains the greatest threat to the United States, the director of national intelligence said.
SOP newswire3UN: Human Rights Must Not Be Cast Aside Amid Middle East Politics - International human rights and humanitarian law is constantly being cast aside amid Middle East politics.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Urges Peaceful Transition After Mubarak Resignation - Ban Ki-moon today called again for a transparent, orderly and peaceful transition in Egypt.
SOP newswire2Effects of Ultimate Revolution in Egypt: Freedom or Army Rule? - Mr. Hosni Mubarak`s exit from Kuba Palace last evening carried no surprise for those who understand the existing combination and permutation among the three powers, USA, Egypt and Israel.
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