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Portuguese newspaper "Correio da Manhă"

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Post by Pedro Silva on Wed Jan 18, 2012 1:55 am

My friends, this was take from "Correio da Manhă":

http://www.cmjornal.xl.pt/detalhe/noticias/internacional/insolito/irao-expulsa-bonecas-barbie
Considered weapons of the West against Islam

Iran 'expels' Barbie dolls

Barbie, the most popular doll in the world, was banished from Iran, accused of being a Western offensive against Islamic values. Her expulsion had been decreed in 1996, but this time seems to be definitely. "Three weeks ago they sent me to collect all the dolls," said a dealer in Tehran. An Iranian version of the famous blonde doll was, however, put up for sale but, despite the composure of the costume and head covered, has not convinced. In the name of the morals and good customs were also banned all Barbie movies.
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http://www.cmjornal.xl.pt/detalhe/noticias/ultima-hora/compra-acucar-em-vez-de-droga-e-queixa-se-a-policia

Woman arrested

bought sugar instead of drugs and complains to the police

Suzanne Basham, 47, wanted to buy cocaine, but was deceived by the dealer and took sugar to her home. She was outraged and decided to complain to the police ....

After spent $ 40 on the drug, the woman in Springfield, the U.S. state of Missouri, called the police to report the dealer and ask for a refund.

The spell turned against his own sorcerer and Suzanne Basham was arrested after police went to her house and have found various types of drug.

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http://www.cmjornal.xl.pt/detalhe/noticias/nacional/portugal/comerciante-condenado-a-10-anos-de-prisao-esta-em-parte-incerta

Man killed alleged robber

Dealer sentenced to 10 years in prison whose whereabouts is uncertain

The dealer sentenced by the Court of Ponta Delgada to 10 years in prison for murder is in uncertain part, admitting sources knowledgeable of the process, which can be in the U.S., where he lived between 1984 and 1991.
The sources contacted said they "don´t know the whereabouts" of the man that shot an alleged assailant causing his death, but admitted "assume" that he could be abroad, the U.S. emerged as one of the main possibilities.

The case occurred on September 22, 2007 in the parish of St. Roque, in Ponta Delgada, Azores, where the dealer fired on a man who had been inside his residence, reportedly with the aim of the raid.

In the first trial in June 2008, the dealer confessed to having fired the thief, but "without intent to kill", stressing that only meant to hit the assailant to "scare and call the police."

The Court of Ponta Delgada sentenced him to five years in prison on probation and to pay compensation of 90,000 euros to the parents of the victim, but prosecutors appealed to the Court of Appeal, which turned out to motivate the repetition of trial.

In the first repetition, the court sentenced him to 10 years in prison, but due to problems with the recording sessions of the trial to be repeated again and ended on Monday with the confirmation of the sentence.

The man did not attend, however, the reading of the ruling because he is in uncertain location.

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Post by dianeh on Wed Jan 18, 2012 1:06 pm

Of course Barbie is a weapon of the West. Imagine the damage done by showing a beautiful blonde girl doing on adventures, being polite, modest and very very nice.
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Post by Catkins on Wed Jan 18, 2012 8:41 pm

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Post by Pedro Silva on Wed Jan 18, 2012 10:20 pm

dianeh, catkins words are mine.

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Post by Pedro Silva on Thu Jan 19, 2012 8:32 am

My friends, this was taken from JATYK:

http://www.cmjornal.xl.pt/detalhe/noticias/ultima-hora/abuso-sexual-de-criancas

Child sexual abuse

Parliament examines this Thursday the arguments of 31,500 petitioners calling for the ratification of the Council of Europe Convention against exploitation and sexual abuse of children, signed by Portugal for more than four years.

Signed by the Portuguese State in October 2007, this convention is the first international legal instrument to criminalize all forms of sexual abuse of children up to 18 years, including abuses committed with the use of force, threat or coercion.
The petition, delivered to Parliament in March, subscribers defend the adoption of measures to prevent and combat this crime, as the studies on this reality, the increased protection and safety of victims during the judicial process and the creation of policies that contribute to the good performance of the professionals involved in identifying these cases.
The petitioners argued that ratification is a sign to the traffickers that in Portugal there is a high legal protection in this regard. They argued that only part of the contents of the convention is poured into Portuguese law by which its ratification would allow could be invoked as a source of law in Portugal.

The Commission for Citizenship and Gender Equality has not substantiated this view, stating that the policy interventions related to human trafficking call for a comprehensive and sufficiently comprehensive view of the various dimensions of trafficking, including minors.
Speaking on Wednesday, the president of the National Commission for Protection of Children and Youth at Risk (CNPCJR), Armando Leandro, said that "although there are aspects of the Convention that are already transcribed in Portuguese legislation, the ratification is important the point of view and cultural message. "
Determined to see this matter resolved, the President of the Parliamentary Committee on Ethics, Mendes Bota said that is running a campaign of the Council of Europe to promote the convention and would be "a more than adequate time to complete, once for all, with this process. "
Asked by the Commission for Constitutional Affairs, the government said in August that the process "is at the stage of interministerial coordination between relevant government departments, having already obtained the opinion (in a manner favorable to ratification) of three of the four departments with responsibility for the matter ".

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