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    Ankama pas Live #6 – L’actu d’Ankama

    – Hi, Logan, how are you? – Hey! I’m good, and you? – Good, good. – I need you to tell me about Temporis IV, please. – Sure! I’ve been wanting to explain it to you. So, the new theme for the server is magic. The surprise is that we’re reusing and improving the Temporis II rules. – Ok! – But with one big difference. We’re completely changing how characters evolve on the server, because each class will have a passive and an active now. – Got it. And we’re adding a big pool of spells that can be obtained through different game objectives. – Ok. – Pre-registration opens mid-March,…

  • Good Tidings We Bring | Eugene’s Story
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    Good Tidings We Bring | Eugene’s Story

    My name is Eugene Walker. I came to Homeboy in August of 2011… and the reason why is because I had just served a life sentence in prison. Twenty-nine years, nine months in prison… and I wanted to come and thank Father Greg for being supportive in my transition and my transformation and thank him for the support letters and the prayers. When I first changed I was in prison. I had started working on transforming my life, such as enrolling in education in prison, such as enrolling in trades in prison, such as enrolling in self-help groups in prison to gain better understanding of the factors that led me…

  • Horror at TX Detention Center: ICE Guards Separate Fathers & Sons After They Had Just Been Reunited
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    Horror at TX Detention Center: ICE Guards Separate Fathers & Sons After They Had Just Been Reunited

    AMY GOODMAN: This is Democracy Now!, democracynow.org, The War and Peace Report. I’m Amy Goodman, as we turn now to Texas, where armed guards forcibly removed 16 fathers from an immigrant jail where they were held with their sons after being separated at the border and then reunited. A boy held at the Karnes County detention center, who’s under the age of 10, spoke to reporters Friday and described what happened through an interpreter. INTERPRETER: [translating immigrant child] He recalls that he was in the school playground playing with his friends and that he was called. He was asked to go into an office, and that’s where he was hold…