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World News: Guardian Liberty Voice Daily Digest for July 22, 2014

World News: Guardian Liberty Voice Daily Digest for July 22, 2014

The world news daily digest update from Guardian Liberty Voice for July 21, 2014 covers news from the United Kingdom, where the government has announced that there will be a public inquiry into the death of Alexander Litvinenko, a former KGB spy who was poisoned with polonium in 2006. Meanwhile United States sends $47 million in humanitarian […]

Darwin Flights Interrupted by Volcano

Darwin Flights Interrupted by Volcano

Natural events have often derailed mankind’s activities, but none are quite as spectacular as a volcano erupting thousands of feet into the atmosphere. Nevertheless, there is a certain amount of annoyance that goes along with such spectacular events, as weary airplane travelers found out this weekend in Darwin, Australia, where flights have been interrupted by […]

Red Hat Looking to Expand Into Indonesia and Cloud-Computing

Red Hat Looking to Expand Into Indonesia and Cloud-Computing

Red Hat Inc. has spent the past decade becoming one of the dominant commercial providers of the Linux operating system, but it is now looking to expand by exploiting opportunities in Indonesia, and in the field of cloud-computing systems. Red Hat Inc., which generated approximately 1.5 billion dollars in revenue last year, is expecting double […]

Appalling Treatment of Women Must be Challenged

Appalling Treatment of Women Must be Challenged

Appalling treatment of women has been justified through interpretation of Islamic holy texts by men and must be challenged. Women such as American Islamic Scholar, Amina Wadud are doing just that, however in order for these injustices to actually stop, controversies such as the ones detailed below, cannot escape public attention. Just this week, gang […]

Indonesia’s Volcano Mount Kelud Erupts

Indonesia’s Volcano Mount Kelud Erupts

Indonesia’s volcano Mount Kelud eruption blasted debris and ash about twelve miles into the atmosphere, killing three people on Thursday.  National and international airports in Indonesia were shut down, and some resumed service on Saturday.  Mount Kelud’s volcanic explosion on the island of east Java, Indonesia, covered the entire region with ash particles, disrupting travel […]

Bali Experienced Divers Missing and Rescued

Bali Experienced Divers Missing and Rescued

Seven experienced scuba divers went missing on their dive off the coast of Bali on Friday, Feb. 14 and were eventually rescued. Five of the divers were tourists and two were instructors, and all of them were Japanese women ranging in age from 27 to 59 years old. The women entered the water in a […]

John Kerry Pushes for Help From Indonesia on Fight Against Climate Change

John Kerry Pushes for Help From Indonesia on Fight Against Climate Change

John Kerry, The U.S. Secretary of State, visited Indonesia on Sunday, after a visit to China on Friday. He urged the country to help in the fight against global climate change, citing losing resources as a major motivating factor for their government. He warned that their countries economy could be severally damaged if climate change […]

Indonesia Volcanoes Cause Havoc

Indonesia Volcanoes Cause Havoc

Ash, sand, pebbles, and smoke rained down on people in the city of Jakarta Friday like the breath of a mighty dragon. Mount Kelud, one of many volcanoes in Indonesia, caused havoc to the entire nation. This mountain stands on the eastern side of the island of Java where most of the people live and […]

John Kerry Talks Climate Change Internet Freedom and Palestine

John Kerry Talks Climate Change Internet Freedom and Palestine

Secretary of State John Kerry was racking up the frequent flier miles this week as he visited China and Indonesia to discuss issues such as climate change, Internet freedom, and the ongoing tensions between Israel and Palestine. Kerry arrived in China this past Friday and discussed many issues with Chinese leaders. There was conversation about […]

Indonesia Affected by Volcano Eruption

Indonesia Affected by Volcano Eruption

More than 100,000 people in Indonesia were evacuated after being affected by a volcano eruption on February 14. Mount Kelud, on the island of Java, is situated 375 miles east of Indonesia’s capital Jakarta and had been rumbling for several weeks. Java is the most densely populated island of the country and due to a […]

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