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Its that time again and as from the 5/11/2015 our presentation of our news will be changing and this will take place over the next few days. The three sites below will always be posted as a sticky post on all the sites allowing you to keep you up to date with our daily news.   
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@JohnLiming783 ‘ Is This the Weapon the Police Fear Most ‘ @AceNewsServices

16/06/2015 Comments off

#AceGuestNews – Featured News & Views:June.16: This is my friend John’s post from the The John Liming Report – who writes short concise posts and ask you the reader a simple but poignant question and here it is: 

Is it a flame-throwing tank? —– A fully automatic grenade-launching high-powered rifle? —- Is the weapon the police are most afraid of today an armored vehicle bristling with gun turrets and machine guns?


Often Very Intense Political Opinions And Other Stuff Of Genius

 I think the weapon modern-day police fear the most is the common cellphone — the kind that can record things with the on-board camera. —– That is the best weapon a free people can have in some situations where Second Amendment solutions are neither practical or legal —– the common cellphone camera that has the power to record all actions of law enforcement and provide whatever evidence might be needed to call errant police actions into account.

Is that one of the reasons that police confiscate hundreds of cell phones at civil disturbances sometimes?

You know what I am wondering this morning as I write this blog post, folks?

I am wondering if the day will ever come when I might read an account in some media somewhere talking about an incident where some law enforcement people shoot some folks carrying cell phones and the police claim they thought the cell phones were weapons and they feared for their lives and had to react with lethal force. —– I have never read about anything like that yet, but do YOU think the day might come in America when we will read about stuff like that?

Your opinion is welcomed this morning regardless of your politics either on Johns site here or on my site below.


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‘ To All Readers Time for a Change Again for the Better ‘

FRIENDS,FOLLOWERS&READERS: June.05: As you may have all noticed l recently put in place Ace Tweet News and it can be found at   and our new Twitter site @AceTweetNews together with Tumblr at:

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I also have set up a new Ace Food Group at: this also has a like page at: these will all be added soon to our page here:

So no need to keep a note everything will always be on that link above this site.

Next all featured posts and articles will be posted here as from June.08 2015 with a reblog for those who just want to read the introduction and snippet and a link to all other posts with links as before.

Also l have added a number of magazines to Ace Worldwide News on flipboard including a number for featured writers l will be adding more for all our Ace News Room and ardent followers soon. Want yours add your like and a comment with email (don’t worry l will not publish it) and l will set one up a link to your about you would also help.

Finally and as always with out you following, liking and sharing it would not all be possible so a great big than you from me and the team.

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#Ace Shauny Friends News Desk 2014  Launches Chat-Box For Sharing For All Word Press Blogger’s, Followers And Friends to Add Their Posts, News, Views and Opinions of the World ‘

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Following certain comments and disputes it has been decided that to enable all friends, followers and readers to post their news, views, opinions and comments.

l have now opened up Ace Friends News Desk fully so anyone sharing will be added automatically to our #Tweet News Desk.   

Anyone requiring to post a video, picture, provide a comment on their opinions, or anything other  than spam, can do so at the link, below.

Need help or guidance leave a  comment also any sites that are friends and followers sites will be advised and added to our new RSS Feeds Platform, to Share across our Social Media Sites.




` Having Seen Decades of War and Violence Omer Karaberg Knows the Power of Words’

27/05/2014 Comments off

#AceGuestNews – May 10 – (RFERL) – Having seen decades of war and violence, Omer Karabeg knows the transformative power of words.    For 20 years, through his program “The Bridge,” he has sought to forge a dialogue among representatives of the former Yugoslavia’s different political, ethnic, and religious groups, whose views on his carefully chosen, contentious topics often could not be more at odds.

Karabeg’s guests run the gamut from hard-line politicians to political moderates to academics and cultural figures. While his pairings are often daring, he always insists on a civil discussion and mutual respect, qualities that are scarce in the region’s mainstream media.

Arbana Vidishiqi, RFE/RL’s Kosovo Bureau Chief, remembered how in 2002, with the wounds of the Kosovo war still raw, Karabeg gathered influential Kosovo Albanians and Serbs in a face-to-face round-table discussion in Pristina.

“That was so rare at that time, just after the war, to see those two sides talking,” said Vidishiqi. “What was especially interesting was to see these former [Albanian] guerilla fighters talking with Serbs even during the breaks.”   Over the course of two decades, “The Bridge” has broadcast more than 800 such dialogues involving more than 1,500 participants.

The 30-minute weekly program began as a radio show and is now also recorded as a Skype broadcast for on-line audiences. On many occasions, the show has broken barriers between figures across political and ethnic divides who have then continued their dialogue in follow-up meetings off the air. Excerpts and quotes from the dialogues are regularly reprinted in high-circulation national newspapers throughout the region.

Much has changed since the first broadcast of “The Bridge” in April 1994 which, at the height of the Yugoslav war, focused on how to start the process of reconciliation between the Serb minority and the Croatian majority in Croatia. At that time, much of the former Yugoslavia was separated not only by ideology, but by violence, blocked roads, and broken telephone lines.

But Karabeg says some divides persist. “The most difficult combination to have on the show is nationalists, of course,” he said. “Nationalists don’t like discussion, they like monologues. They usually don’t change their minds after the show, but at least they talk; at least it gives them something to think about later.”

Originally from Bosnia-Herzegovina Karabeg is a veteran journalist who, before joining RFE/RL in 1994 in the early days of the Balkan Service (then known as the South Slavic Service), was a popular prime-time national TV news anchor in Belgrade.

He left Belgrade after refusing to broadcast nationalist propaganda during the war, an act of defiance for which he was called a traitor on national TV by government officials.   Karabeg is the winner of the 2010 Erhard Busek South East Europe Media Award for Better Understanding in South East Europe.

He received the Independent Journalists’ Association of Serbia’s Jug Grizelj Award for promoting friendship and overcoming barriers between the people in the region. He has published selected dialogues from “The Bridge” in two books: “Bridge of Dialogue: Conversations Despite the War,” and “Dialogue on the Powder Keg, Serbian-Albanian Dialogue.”

While Karabeg has seen much progress in the region, he says the deepest rifts remain in Bosnia, where dialogue between politicians from the two main ethnic entities carved out in the Dayton Accords has broken down.   “Each side has its own media where the politicians can go on and say whatever they want with no one to challenge them when they lie,” he said.

He added that separatist rhetoric has intensified in Bosnia since the outbreak of the Ukrainian crisis, and that the international community must stay engaged there to keep the dialogue going.

” As the saying goes,” Karabeg said, “It’s better to have 1,000 days of talking than to have war for even one day.”

Courtesy and by Emily Thompson of her News and Views – Radio Free Europe


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` Remains of Those Killed in 911 Attack are Moved Amid Family Protests ‘

#AceGuestNews – NEW YORK –  The unidentified remains of those killed in the September 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Centre in New York City were moved into a repository at the bedrock level of Ground Zero on Saturday after a procession through Manhattan streets.

The 7,930 fragmentary remains in sealed containers were escorted by fire, police and Port Authority vehicles with flashing lights and no sirens from a Manhattan forensics lab to the repository at the site of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.

The repository will be under the care of the city’s chief medical examiner, whose office will continue trying to match the fragments to the more than 1,000 victims of the attacks that have yet to have had any remains identified.

The repository is sealed off from exhibition areas by a wall and will only be accessible to the medical examiner’s staff and family members of the victims, who will be able to visit the space even when the museum is closed, the city has said.

Some family members of those killed in the attacks protested the move, saying it was wrong to store the remains at what is essentially a tourist site, adding that the underground repository could be subject to flooding.

They put black bands over their mouths in a silent protest as the procession rolled past.

“The human remains repository is most certainly a part of the museum,” Jim Riches, the chairman of the 9/11 Parents & Families of Firefighters and WTC Victims group, said in a statement.

Other family members have supported the move.

(Reporting by Jon Herskovitz; Editing by Jonathan Allen and Tom Heneghan)

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