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Korean War veteran to be reunited with love lette...
Gilles LeBlanc (R) sent a letter to his then girlfriend Carole Petch while he was stationed in Japan in Nov. 1951. Sixty-three years later, the passion in this Korean War veteran’s love letter...
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Tribute for world renowned dancer who died in Nor...
Tribute for world renowned dancer Walter McBride who died in house fire in Norbury Tribute for world renowned dancer who died in house fire in Norbury A world-renowned dancer who died in a fire last...
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Tufts University announces commencement speaker
Tufts University's commencement address Sunday, May 18, 2014, at 9 a.m. on The Green on Tufts' Medford/Somerville campus. She will also receive an honorary doctorate of laws. Slaughter is the...
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United States Department of State
United States Agency for International Development
Childrens old skittles sets can fetch big money
... into a 13-inch-high papier-mache cabbage-shape box. It�s a child�s skittles set that sold for $4,425 at a 2013 Bertoia toy auction in Vineland, N.J. Antique games of all sorts interest...
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Sir Paul McCartney: Russia return might not happe...
... held a summit with members of the controversial feminist protest group in Los Angeles a fortnight ago as they thanked him for his support during their prison ordeal. Sir Paul has...
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7-Eleven warns Chicago franchisee who criticized ...
... the city’s Rogers Park neighborhood since 1990, invited two WBEZ reporters to his store for an interview last month. He told them that many franchisees of the world’s largest...
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London's Forgotten "Asian" Fraud
A Modest Proposal makes a passing reference to “the famous Psalmanazar, a native of the island Formosa.” This blond, blue-eyed “savage” claimed people ate children in his homeland. “When any young...
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Lawmakers visit Yasukuni shrine
Tokyo - Nearly 150 Japanese lawmakers on Tuesday paid homage at the Yasukuni shrine which honours the nation's war dead, raising the stakes in an already tense region on the eve of US President Barack...
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World War 2 Japan's government has warned that the seizure of a Japanese ship in Shanghai over pre-wartime debts threatened its ties with China and could undermine the basis of their diplomatic...
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Restaurant inspections by the Onondaga County Hea...
Here are this week's restaurant inspections: Unsatisfactory inspections Violation letters were issued to the following restaurants that received unsatisfactory inspections. Their deadlines to...
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Onondaga County Health Department
1 death, enduring legacy: Family's ordeal led to ...
... death, enduring legacy: Family's ordeal led to Milford hospice April 20, 2014 It felt like the end when 21-year-old Karen Ann Quinlan lapsed into a coma in April 1975. By the fall, her parents...
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Karen Ann Quinlan
New Jersey Supreme Court
Glendale comfort women statue controversy goes to...
Adorned by flowers and other offerings, the comfort women statue sits in Central Park in Glendale, Calif., on Friday, April 18, 2014. Los Angeles residents and GAHT-U.S., a nonprofit corporation,...
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U.S. District Court
New Easter Sunday sermon: The rich get richer
During his final journey to Jerusalem, Jesus said: "And again I say unto you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God." That sort...
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Ping Lian Yeak: the autistic savant who is a prod...
... mother, Sarah Lee, at their glass-topped dining table. Until he begins to talk, you'd take him for a normal, good-natured - if shy - young man. But then you notice the concentrated effort...
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Sydney Morning Herald
Dorset, Japan, Monaco: Choose to live in one of t...
... may make sense on a boffin’s spreadsheet but may not go down well once his grim reaper letters start dropping on to people’s doormats. In cheerier news, at least for those who live in...
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Two men’s basketball recruits sign National Lette...
Nora Princiotti. The men’s basketball team inked two more highly-touted recruits to National Letters of Intent Thursday, signing Matt Cimino and Yuta Watanabe the Athletics department...
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An internet treat for pan lovers
... programme’s 40th anniversary this April with a month-long array of unique concerts and performances. The festivities began with the NIU Steelband’s annual spring concert on April 13, and...
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Northern Illinois University
New York City
Behind bitcoin: An avid group tries to spread word
... billionaire investor Warren Buffett. The view of global regulators are split as well. Japan, for example, will not recognize it while Brazil does. A mere 6 years old, the digital...
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A century ago this week, Southern Colorado was at...
Pueblo, then Walsenburg, and then, after another 23 miles, you might spot a small roadside sign for "Ludlow Monument." Another mile west on County Road 44 brings you to that monument: a lonely...
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Meteorite studies suggest hidden water on Mars
... geochemical and geological observations. However, as Hiroyuki Kurakawa and colleagues in Japan point out in their recent report "the timing, processes, and the amount of the water loss have...
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