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FIRST CERTIFIED SCIENTOLOGY VOLUNTEER MINISTER OF BANGLADESH

DHAKA, BANGLADESHWEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2016

In a country that ranks in the bottom 25th percentile internationally for the freedoms and opportunities most of us take for granted, a dedicated young man is bringing hope and help to the people of his city.

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EXHIBIT EXPOSES PAST AND PRESENT PSYCHIATRIC HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES

SEATTLE, WASHINGTONTUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2016

With child drugging on the rise and the FDA's failure to enforce their own regulations on clinical trials, a new exhibit opens amid controversy in Seattle. Concern is growing about the overmedication of children with psychiatric drugs.

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9/11 NEW YORK: THE HEROES AND THEIR LEGACY

NEW YORK, NEW YORKSUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2016

As we remember Ground Zero New York, let us also recall the heroism and the volunteer movement the disaster inspired. “Where were you when it happened?” That question was probably asked a million times today. Not only did 9/11 form an indelible memory for anyone alive in 2001.

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ABUSED BY POLICE, VICTIM TAKES ON REFORMING THE SYSTEM

KARENDA, PAPUA NEW GUINEAWEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2016

Unlawfully detained and beaten by police, a New Guinea activist is reforming the system through human rights education. Augustine Brian was born in Papua New Guinea in the village of Karenda, a place steeped in superstition.

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ANSWERING THE URGENT NEED FOR DRUG EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

JOS, NIGERIAWEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2016

Foundation for a Drug-Free World takes action to stem Nigeria’s deadly drug abuse epidemic.

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IN ERA OF RELIGIOUS CONFLICT, UNDERSTANDING BREEDS PEACE

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIAWEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2016

Religious leaders from 12 world faiths join to foster dialogue, understanding and tolerance at a three-part forum at the Church of Scientology Los Angeles. Watch the news today and you will see acts of violence, hate crimes and terrorism, supposedly performed in the name of one religion or another.

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YOUTH FIGHT HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSE WITH EDUCATION

NEW YORK, NEW YORKTUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2016

Human trafficking, police brutality, bullying, poverty, war and gang violence—these and other violations of human rights can surrender to education, say the delegates to the 13th annual International Human Rights Summit of Youth for Human Rights International.

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SCIENTOLOGY CROWNS RECORD GROWTH WITH ALL-NEW SPIRITUAL HEADQUARTERS FOR ASIA PACIFIC REGION

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIASUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2016

The grandest of ceremonies heralded a spectacular new Ideal Advanced Organization offering unbridled expansion of spiritual progress for Scientologists across Australia, New Zealand and Asia.

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MENTAL HEALTH EXHIBITION ON SOUTHBANK HIGHLIGHTS DANGERS OF PSYCHIATRIC ‘TREATMENTS’

LONDON, ENGLANDTHURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2016

The public must be informed of the effects of mental health drugs, say experts speaking at the exhibition’s opening. An exhibition exposing the hidden agendas and dangers of the psychiatric industry was opened at the OXO Tower in London.

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VOLUNTEER MINISTERS REACH OUT WITH TOOLS FOR LIFE ON WORLD HUMANITARIAN DAY

SEATTLE, WASHINGTONWEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 2016

Volunteer Ministers with Seattle’s Church of Scientology reached out to their community with tools for life during World Humanitarian Day.

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CIVIL RIGHTS COMES TO LIFE AT SCIENTOLOGY HARLEM CENTER

HARLEM, NEW YORKWEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 2016

The new Harlem Scientology Community Center hosted the finale of the 13th annual International Human Rights Summit with a briefing on the civil rights movement and the state of human rights in America today.

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VOLUNTEER MINISTERS RUSH TO THE AID OF EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS

AMATICE, ITALYSUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 2016

Volunteer Ministers bring relief in Central Italy following Wednesday’s deadly earthquake. It was déjà vu for the Italian Volunteer Ministers who sprang into action in the wake of Wednesday’s deadly 6.2 magnitude earthquake that killed some 290 and has caused an estimated $11 billion damage.

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BANGLADESHI CANADIAN YOUTH AWARDED AT UNITED NATIONS

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORKFRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2016

Toronto’s Abeir Liton, high school student and first-generation Canadian, awarded for his human rights advocacy When most other men his age are hard put to name even three of the articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Abeir Liton, 17, not only has them down cold, he’s determined to m

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VOLUNTEER SHARES HER STORY OF LOUISIANA FLOODS

BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANATHURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 2016

This month’s deluge dumped more than twice the water on Baton Rouge as Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Scientology Volunteer Ministers rushed to the scene to help. More are on the way.

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RIO OLYMPICS INSPIRE A MASSIVE CAMPAIGN TO END DRUG ABUSE

RIO DE JANEIROWEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 2016

The 2016 Olympics saw the launch of an unprecedented drug prevention campaign determined to spread the truth about drugs throughout Brazil. The Foundation for a Drug-Free World built a corps of local volunteers passionate about ending the country’s crack epidemic.

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KIDS DESERVE THE TRUTH ABOUT DRUGS, COUNSELOR SAYS

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICAFRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 2016

A Johannesburg life coach used The Truth About Drugs to reach a young man who was bent on destroying his future—his addiction to sniffing glue was dominating his life.

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LATVIAN CHILDREN LEARN VALUES FROM THE WAY TO HAPPINESS

RIGA, LATVIAFRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 2016

Left behind when their parents left the country in search of employment, a generation of Latvian children were growing up without the traditional values they needed to guide them in life, until a teacher discovered The Way to Happiness and began a campaign to reach her country’s youth with this comm

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LIFE IS NOW “STRESS-FREE” SAYS MOTHER OF THREE

SUVA CITY, FIJIFRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 2016

A visit to the bright yellow tent of the Volunteer Ministers Goodwill Tour changed the life of a Fiji woman. Life has changed considerably for a mother of three from Suva City, the capital of Fiji.

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PROTECTING FLORIDA SENIORS FROM PSYCHIATRIC ABUSE

CLEARWATER, FLORIDAWEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 2016

CCHR is launching a campaign to help protect the elderly from abuse under the mental health law in Florida. It begins with a workshop titled Advanced Mental Health Directives on Sunday, August 21, at the group ’s center in downtown Clearwater.

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NEW STUDY SHOWS URGENT NEED FOR DRUG EDUCATION ON SYNTHETIC DRUGS

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIAWEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 2016

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a study calling for “education about the potentially life-threatening consequences of synthetic cannabinoid use.

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