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New travel vlog up on my

New travel vlog up on my YouTube (this is the trailer, full video link in bio ): Awesome Things To Do in Bilbao & La Rioja in North Spain A perfect European break for those into their food and drink. Vineyards, pintxos and Michelin stars! - I would love to hear what you think about the video, as would @onehungryasian, who did an awesome job shooting and editing the whole thing. Should I pimp him out as my video guy going forwards? - I've got Granada high up on my visit list for Spain (lots of you have suggested there) - where else in this glorious country should I head to next? - *waves at @handluggageonly in opening frame* #SummerOfColour @campoviejouk #LaRioja #Bilbao - - - - - @spain #eurotrip #traveladdict #welltravelled #traveldeeper #discoverearth #doyoutravel #darlingescapes #forahappymoment #athomeintheworld #dearphotographer #lightinspired #theartofslowliving #petitejoys #tasteintravel#mytinyatlas#whereitravel#passionpassport#huffpostgram#traveleronholiday#guardiantravelsnaps#suitcasetravels#takemethere #luxwt #roamtheplanet #seemycity #justgoshoot #IAmATraveler

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After Lennon's death, historian Jon Wiener filed a Freedom of Information Act request for FBI files that documented the Bureau's role in the deportation attempt. The FBI admitted it had 281 pages of files on Lennon, but refused to release most of them on the grounds that they contained national security information. In 1983, Wiener sued the FBI with the help of the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California. It took 14 years of litigation to force the FBI to release the withheld pages. The ACLU, representing Wiener, won a favourable decision in their suit against the FBI in the Ninth Circuit in 1991. The Justice Department appealed the decision to the Supreme Court in April 1992, but the court declined to review the case. In 1997, respecting President Bill Clinton's newly instigated rule that documents should be withheld only if releasing them would involve "foreseeable harm", the Justice Department settled most of the outstanding issues outside court by releasing all but 10 of the contested documents. Wiener published the results of his 14-year campaign in January 2000. Gimme Some Truth: The John Lennon FBI Files contained facsimiles of the documents, including "lengthy reports by confidential informants detailing the daily lives of anti-war activists, memos to the White House, transcripts of TV shows on which Lennon appeared, and a proposal that Lennon be arrested by local police on drug charges". The story is told in the documentary The US vs. John Lennon. The final 10 documents in Lennon's FBI file, which reported on his ties with London anti-war activists in 1971 and had been withheld as containing "national security information provided by a foreign government under an explicit promise of confidentiality", were released in December 2006. They contained no indication that the British government had regarded Lennon as a serious threat; one example of the released material was a report that two prominent British leftists had hoped Lennon would finance a left-wing bookshop and reading room.

Children's Day (International), and its related observances: The Day of Protection of Children Rights (Armenia) Mothers' and Children's Day (Mongolia) Christian feast day: Annibale Maria di Francia Crescentinus Fortunatus of Spoleto igo of Oa Justin Martyr (Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Anglican, Lutheran) Ronan of Locronan June 1 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics) Earliest day on which Canadian Forces Day can fall, while June 7 is the latest; celebrated on the first Sunday in June. (Canada) Earliest day on which Father's Day can fall, while June 7 is the latest; celebrated on the first Sunday in June. (Lithuania) Earliest day on which June Holiday can fall, while June 7 is the latest; celebrated on the first Monday in June. (Ireland) Earliest day on which Labour Day can fall, while June 7 is the latest; celebrated on the first Friday in June. (The Bahamas) Earliest day on which Teacher's Day can fall, while June 7 is the latest; celebrated on the first Sunday in June. (Hungary) Earliest day on which the Queen's Birthday can fall, while June 7 is the latest; celebrated on the first Monday in June. (New Zealand, Cook Islands, Fiji) Earliest day on which Seamen's Day can fall, while June 7 is the latest; celebrated on the first Sunday in June. (Iceland) Earliest day on which Western Australia Day can fall, while June 7 is the latest; celebrated on the first Sunday in June. (Western Australia) Fei Fei Day (Vancouver) Global Day of Parents (international) Independence Day (Samoa), celebrates the independence of Samoa from New Zealand in 1962. Madaraka Day (Kenya) National Maritime Day (Mexico) National Tree Planting Day (Cambodia) Neighbours' Day (international) Pancasila Day (Indonesia) President's Day (Palau) The beginning of Crop over, celebrated until the first Monday of August. (Barbados) Victory Day (Tunisia) World Milk Day (international)

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