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The 'NWA Unite Against the War on Women March and Rally' Special

Fayetteville - Women, and men, across the nation joined in a call to action by Unite Women to defend women's rights and promote full equality, and hundreds marched in Arkansas as part of the movement.

Op-Ed: Years of deficit spending forcing tough decisions to be made

At some point, two bitter pills are going to be swallowed by American taxpayers: increased taxes and cutting back of some government perks. The wealthiest may be asked to pay their fair share for the huge slice of American financial pie they are enjoying.

Brother of Chilean President Piñera settles on DUI charges

Santiago - Miguel Piñera, younger brother of Chilean President Sebastián Piñera reached a court settlement yesterday to suspend charges of impaired driving, impacting another vehicle and leaving the scene of the accident in which a woman was injured.

Kuwait PM bodyguard denied access to Chilean Presidential palace

Santiago - The head of security of Kuwaiti Prime Minister, His Highness Sheikh Nasser Mohammed Al-Sabah, was expelled from the Chilean Government House because he refused to surrender his gun to official palace security personnel.
 

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Eleanor described the picture in this way:  Kaye Hammett Evans  left  strolled me  Eleanor Evans  as...
Eleanor described the picture in this way: Kaye Hammett Evans, left, strolled me, Eleanor Evans, as an infant in a 1978 March on the Arkansas State Capitol in support of the Equal Rights Amendment. We went to the Fayetteville Square on 4.28.12 to acknowledge and unit against the War on Women. Fayetteville, AR
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Crowds gather at Fayetteville town center for the rally where Maria Hicks was one of the speakers.  ...
Crowds gather at Fayetteville town center for the rally where Maria Hicks was one of the speakers. Fayetteville, AR April 28, 2012
NWA Unite Against the War on Women March and Rally