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Sydney Mavundla's has launched his great trumpeter's debut album, "Luhambo". He describes it as an essential document of another chapter in the evolution of South African jazz. The offering takes you on an emotional connection like no other. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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She has 10 members of her family still missing. She has no idea where they are. She gave her courageous and emotional testimony to us in Jebrin registration centre, where the survivors of the 15th April, suicide bomb attack, were taken for shelter after this horrific event, described by CNN as a hiccup. I speak about part of her testimony with RT yesterday who also used my interviews in their news feed. Unlike corporate media, RT investigate these atrocities and honour the voices of the Syrian people. The Telegraph edited out this appalling and callous phrasing immediately after the RT interview. The Telegraph described the dead Syrian babies as Syrian Government supporters in an attempt to whitewash the UK Regime terrorist crimes by proxy and to erase the existence of these innocent children from our consciousness.
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Ross Kemp, a British investigative journalist , was able to get a hold of the child trafficker for an interview. Kemp is an award-winning journalist known for his raw documentary making that exposes situations many others would fear. According to the child trafficker, he admits to losing count of just how many young girls he killed. However, he estimates that it's somewhere between 400 and 500. In the interview, it seems clear Kemp displays immense discomfort and uncontrollable emotional unease as he sits face-to-face with the man, who admits to essentially dehumanizing so many innocent children, even killing hundreds of them. Of the interview, Kemp revealed he had to fight back tears, saying he was shocked and horrified by the serial killer's words. He said, interviewing a guy who admits to killing 400 to 500 kids but doesnt know exactly how many – that did make me cry.
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I think that's spot on and I hope that's what resonates with people." Star-Lord and Gamora won't be the only characters dealing with their daddy issues in James Gunn's forthcoming sequel to his 2014 hit Guardians Of The Galaxy . Karen Gillan, who starred as the villainous Nebula in the first of Marvel's space adventures and who be returning to the screen in April's follow up, has confirmed that she too will be bogged down with some serious father-related fallout. “What I love about the second movie for Nebula in particular is that we get - we know that she’s a pretty angry woman with some daddy issues. [But] in the second movie, we’re going to start to see how much pain her father actually caused her, and we’re going to delve right into the relationship with her sister Gamora,” the actress told TheWrap . “I think we might even feel a tinge of sympathy towards Nebula this time, because we really start to see the emotional crack in her character.
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If you listen to the actors, producers, and consultants involved in Netflix's newest hit, the intense high school drama 13 Reasons Why , it's clear none of them meant harm. In a behind-the-scenes episode that follows the series finale, they use words like "truth," "honest," and "tribute." They talk about helping people, raising awareness, and taking seriously the responsibility of portraying sexual assault and suicide. SEE ALSO: Mental health org and 'Stranger Things' star send warnings about '13 Reasons Why' They see the Selena Gomez-produced series as a kind of noble crusade, and they're right about the vital importance of shedding light on adolescent emotional trauma. But experts say they got something terribly wrong in their graphic depiction of the main character's suicide. Convinced that only a drawn out, gory scene could deter young viewers from contemplating or attempting suicide, the show's creators immortalized a dangerous representation of self-harm that may do more damage than good.
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In new scenes set to air on Wednesday night, the brunette beauty, 24, becomes instantly emotional as she calls her ex, in their first formal chat since coming to blows on the streets of Essex.
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Black Mirror's, Playtest: Season 4, Episode 2. A stare-down between perception and reality (Image Source: Polygon ) The possibility and potential of the technology has made it a magnet for investment. There are profits to be made in this growing realm, and the implications of what these emerging technologies could do for (and to) humanity is staggering . So before delving into some current developments in AR/VR technology, let's take a quick look at historically new technologies which are now a part of our real world, everyday, lives: the smartphone and the motor vehicle. The Smartphone Stratosphere On one hand, the smart phone is merely synthetic material with touch screens and circuitry. Now in less than two decades, there are those whose daily lives are hindered without one. The attachment is almost as emotional as it is literal in some instances.
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Do you ever sometimes just look at the world and wonder what it is that blocks humans from achieving their highest potential? The Cooperatist Think Tank, a collection of individuals who promote the values of cooperation instead of competition, have boiled it down to a simple formula. When humans are wounded, these traumas block emotional energy, and disconnect one from their true power. There is a powerful tradition in the Hawaiian Culture called Hooponopono that is used to turn this negative energy into positive energy. It is surprisingly simple to practice, and the results are profound. So, in preparation of Earth Day, on April 21 at 12pm PDT wherever you may be you can take a moment to participate in the Global Hooponopono. What is Hooponopono? Hooponopono is translated from an ancestral Hawaiian chant. It is built on the notion that each individual has the ability to clear internal obstacles by applying intention to these four basic principles which are artfully presented in the 1-minute video below.
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Do you ever sometimes just look at the world and wonder what it is that blocks humans from achieving their highest potential? The Cooperatist Think Tank, a collection of individuals who promote the values of cooperation instead of competition, have boiled it down to a simple formula. When humans are wounded, these traumas block emotional energy, and disconnect one from their true power. There is a powerful tradition in the Hawaiian Culture called Hooponopono that is used to turn this negative energy into positive energy. It is surprisingly simple to practice, and the results are profound. So, in preparation of Earth Day, on April 21 at 12pm PDT wherever you may be you can take a moment to participate in the Global Hooponopono. What is Hooponopono? Hooponopono is translated from an ancestral Hawaiian chant. It is built on the notion that each individual has the ability to clear internal obstacles by applying intention to these four basic principles which are artfully presented in the 1-minute video below.
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us So where does all of this data leave us? Groundbreaking as all of this is, it is undeniable that there are many more questions waiting to be answered and more research needed. Certainly we are in for a wild ride these next few years as the body of research for vaccine safety grows and as more people wake up to the fact that they’ve been lied to ( get your popcorn ready ). For now, though, our only ally is to find our public voice, to spread the information to our circles, to involve ourselves in the discussions taking place online and in public, to let go of the emotional attacks and let the science boldly speak for itself. That is our moral responsibility. The rest, I say, we leave to the adage about truth. It may have taken centuries and millions of lives to get here, and somewhere along the way we probably lost hope that it would ever arrive, but in the end the adage held true, that no matter how deep the lie or how ruthless the coverup, the truth always prevails.
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The 31-year-old singer is now opening up about the demise of their relationship in an emotional new track called Family Man - in which she begs him not to leave her.
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Most of us at some point in our lives have experienced the feeling of being broken, shattered and hitting rock bottom. Well if you can relate, then Sbu Ngubane's latest offering that's titled Yesterday I Cried, is a perfect pick me up book for you. In this read, Sbu takes us on a journey of reclaiming control of hopefulness and our own inner peace through spiritual, logical and emotional catharsis. Sbu joins us from our Durban studio For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news