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Registration of the Open Mind sessions 2010 with Mo Stoebe, Arnold Veeman and Julian Vincent.
(June 13, 2010) Stanford University's 119th Commencement took place on June 13, 2010. In her remarks, United States Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice, '86, challenged the graduates to innovate and serve; to shape change and "be that change, not for an election, but for a lifetime." More than 25000 family members and friends gathered in Stanford Memorial Stadium to cheer on the class of 2010 as the university awarded 1722 bachelor's degrees; 2100 master's degrees; and 980 doctoral degrees. Stanford University: www.stanford.edu Stanford Commencement: commencement.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube: www.youtube.com
In Game Change, John Heilemann and Mark Halperin, two of the country's leading political reporters, use their unrivaled access to pull back the curtain on the Obama, Clinton, McCain, and Palin campaigns... and lay bare the secret history of the 2008 campaign. Heilemann and Halperin take us inside the Obama machine, where staffers referred to the candidate as "Black Jesus." They unearth the quiet conspiracy in the US Senate to prod Obama into the race, driven in part by the fears of senior Democrats that Bill Clinton's personal life might cripple Hillary's presidential prospects. They expose the twisted tale of John Edwards's affair with Rielle Hunter, the truth behind the downfall of Rudy Giuliani, and the doubts of those responsible for vetting Palin about her readiness for the Republican ticket, along with the McCain campaign staff's worries about her fitness for office. And they reveal how, in an emotional late-night phone call, Obama succeeded in wooing Clinton, despite her staunch resistance, to become his secretary of state. Based on hundreds of interviews with the people who lived the story, Game Change is a reportorial tour de force that reads like a fast-paced novel. Character driven and dialogue rich, replete with extravagantly detailed scenes, this is the occasionally shocking, often hilarious, ultimately definitive account of the campaign of a lifetime.
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The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center from Bogota In the heart of the northwest of Bogota, there is a place specialized in rehabilitation and recovery for all animals who have been victims of wildlife traffic. This place is the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center from the Environmental Secretary from Bogota, a temporary home since 1.996 to heal, nourish and treat all Colombian fauna specimens recovered from the illegal hands of traffickers. Every day, a variety of animals arrive to this center, such as monkeys, turtles, parrots, lizards, squirrels and snakes, which were confiscated in different raids by the Environmental Secretary, The Ecologic and Environment Police and the Sijin. However, some of them are provided voluntarily by citizens. To control the wildlife traffic, the Environmental Secretary has a couple of offices at important points of the city: the Salitre Terminal Bus and ElDorado Airport, places where the police authorities confiscated a lot of animals from the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, the Middle Magdalena and Llanos Orientales. Actually, in this center live 1.600 animals ready to be relocated to other centers around the country. These animals have been examined, treated and diagnosed by veterinarians, biologists and animal scientists from the Environmental Secretary. Every year, the District invests around 1.200 million pesos for food, medicines and specialized staff in charge to take care of the animals day and night. Also, this place promotes scientific ...
An employee of the Vietnamese Embassy in South Africa has been recalled after her involvement in illegal rhino horn trafficking was exposed by a television show, Vietnams Foreign Ministry said Wednesday. Embassy First Secretary Vu Moc Anh was filmed selling rhino horn to a South African trafficker in front of Vietnams embassy building in Pretoria. The ministry has summoned Anh home to provide a full report on the case, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement. The footage, filmed by the South African Broadcasting Corporations nature investigation program 50/50 two months ago, was broadcast on Monday night. It shows Anh talking to the trafficker for a while. After their chat, the trafficker put the horn in his car trunk and Anh returned to the embassy with a smile. According to the ministry statement, illegal wild animal trafficking will be strictly penalized under Vietnamese and international laws. This case is very serious, a local newspaper cited Vietnamese Ambassador to South Africa Tran Duy Thi as saying. Anh did not admit any wrongdoing at an urgent meeting at the embassy on Tuesday, Thi said. Thi said Anh was reprimanded several times about her involvement in the illegal trade, adding that it was regrettable that she could not control her greed. It has damaged the embassys reputation and the image of Vietnam, Thi told the local press by telephone on Tuesday. The footage also showed another Vietnamese citizen standing next to embassy official Pham Cong Dungs car ...
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CBS news exposes the real story of Hillary Clintons 1996 trip to Bosnia.