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Offline Maik

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17/02/14
« on: Monday, 17 February, 2014 @ 03:14:33 »
In case you haven't already seen it:



No animals were hurt in the making of that video clip


Can't make the same claim here (report only, no vid clip):

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Man facing jail after girlfriend looks through phone photos - and finds video of him having sex with her DOG

Wayne Bryson, 19, admitted the offence with a ­Staffordshire bull terrier.

Bryson was bailed until sentencing on the condition he is not alone with animals.
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/sex-dog-wayne-brysons-girlfriend-3143327

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Re: 17/02/14
« Reply #1 on: Monday, 17 February, 2014 @ 09:50:50 »
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France faces up to scandal of Réunion's stolen children
Hundreds of children were taken from island territory in official scheme to boost French rural population in 1960s and 70s

From 1963 to 1982 a total of 1,615 children were forcibly dispatched from the Indian Ocean territory, whose population was exploding, in order to repopulate rural areas.

France is not the only state to have sinned against its own children. The Australian government apologised in 2008 for the removal of an estimated 100,000 Aboriginal children who were forcibly assimilated from the 1890s to the 1970s. The United States and Canada had similar policies for their indigenous peoples.

Colonial Britain exported 100,000 children to populate Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Canada under the "home children" programme. And the story of Philomena, now an Oscar-nominated film, highlights Ireland's treatment of thousands of single mothers whose children were forcibly removed by the Catholic church.
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/feb/16/france-reunion-stolen-children

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Re: 17/02/14
« Reply #2 on: Monday, 17 February, 2014 @ 16:53:36 »
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New law will allow new firms to be set up in as little as a day, says PM

Legislation that will simplify the process for setting up a business in Greece was unveiled by Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and Development Minister Costis Hatzidakis on Monday.

The two men said that the legislation, which is to be put to public consultation, would allow new companies to be formed in as little as one day.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_articles_wsite2_1_17/02/2014_537447

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Re: 17/02/14
« Reply #3 on: Monday, 17 February, 2014 @ 16:58:10 »
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Greece Expects Growth In Tourist Arrivals From Scandinavian Market This Year

Arrivals to Greece from all Scandinavian countries are expected to grow this year by an average 10-11 percent, the Greek Tourism Ministry concluded after the first dedicated travel and taste fair for Greece, Grekland Panorama, wrapped up in Stockholm.
http://news.gtp.gr/2014/02/17/greece-expects-growth-tourist-arrivals-scandinavian-market-year/

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Re: 17/02/14
« Reply #4 on: Monday, 17 February, 2014 @ 20:10:05 »
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New law will allow new firms to be set up in as little as a day, says PM

Legislation that will simplify the process for setting up a business in Greece was unveiled by Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and Development Minister Costis Hatzidakis on Monday.

The two men said that the legislation, which is to be put to public consultation, would allow new companies to be formed in as little as one day.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_articles_wsite2_1_17/02/2014_537447

Setting up and registering the business is not the problem that quite easy to do..As soon as a business is registered you start paying Teva which in my case is 3000 euros a year. its getting the bloody licence to open and run the business which takes the time, in my case 11 months and alot and I mean alot of paperwork which had to be stamped by every civil servant in Kefalonia. keeping in-mind I had to pay the Teva while going through the process of getting the licence to open
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