Following its year-long inquiry into drugs policy, the Commons Home Affairs Committee concluded that efforts to combat the drug barons had failed and called for the UK Government to consider the possibility of legalizing and regulating the use of drugs.
The city of San Francisco recently passed a ban on public nudity.
Upendra Singh, National Guide for Nepal, tells us about the recent 1 Minute for Peace campaign there:
Riki Kline, leader of the Jamaican Raelian Movement, tells us about his recent trip there:
After Argentinian lawmakers decided to lower Argentina's voting age to 16, Rael sent his congratulations to the Argentinian government, calling the new law "a great decision that should be applied worldwide."
The advanced series of messages received by Rael in 1973 and 1975, from the Elohim,(see www.rael.org), contains a vast array of information that touches every aspect of our life.
Rael welcomed the announced end of printing of Newsweek magazine as 'very good news'.
These past few weeks, Raelians all over North America took part in "1 Minute for Peace" actions.
A recent decree by Germany's Catholic bishops states that people who opt out of a "church tax" should not be given sacraments and religious burials.
The controversy over Chinese swimmer Ye Shiwen’s astonishing gold medal performance during the Olympics has unleashed a new line of concern for the public...