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Rubble Bucket Challenge aims to raise awareness about Gaza

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Novinarstvo in pol.

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beingliberal:

Turkish Twitter exploded with laughter ( #kahkaha ,  #direnkahkaha ) in response to one of the most senior members of the Turkish government who declared that women should not laugh loudly in public.

The deputy prime minister, Bülent Arinc, one of the co-founders of the ruling Islamic-rooted Justice and Development party (AKP), made the comment while lamenting the moral decline of modern society.

"A man should be moral but women should be moral as well, they should know what is decent and what is not decent," Arinc said in a speech on Monday, in the western Bursa region for the Bayram holiday that marks the end of Ramadan.

"She should not laugh loudly in front of all the world and should preserve her decency at all times," he added.

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Promocijski video Srce Slovenije

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OEC: The Observatory of Economic Complexity

The Observatory of Economic Complexity makes international trade data and economic complexity indicators available through millions of interactive visualizations.

Zelo zanimiva stran z vizualizacijamI!

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Lonely Planet's Best in Europe 2014 - Lonely Planet

Ljubljana might not roll off the tongue for many travelers but it’s worth learning how to pronounce as you’re bound to hear much more about Slovenia’s capital in the years ahead. Ljubljana is already one of Europe’s greenest and most livable cities, boasting a friendly cafe culture by day, and vibrant nightlife after the sun sets…

Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/europe/travel-tips-and-articles/lonely-planets-best-in-europe-2014#ixzz34K1qACiZ

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Vojaški udari ponavadi pomenijo, da se odsvetuje potovanje v te države…

No, očitno ne nujno. :) Pa očitno so že navajeni. :)

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Tivoli park, Ljubljana