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US President Barack Obama, in his annual breakfast speech, where the world spiritual, social and political leaders congregated on February 5, said, “countries and civilisations would be torn asunder...
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ST. PAUL — Gov. Mark Dayton said Wednesday he is seeking a meeting soon with Target Corp.’s chief executive about the significant layoff affecting employees at the company’s Minnesota...
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A FOUNDING member of al-Qaeda who flipped to spy for UK intelligence services has spoken out about his radicalisation and revealed the inner workings of the Islamic State, in a bid to prevent other...
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After a police officer shot Michael Brown, the Federal Department of Justice conducted an investigation into the Ferguson, Missouri, Police Department. What investigators found was a "pattern and...
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Director Mike Leigh's film, Mr. Turner, will be screened by the Brantford Film Group on Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Brantford Galaxy Cinemas. A cinematic masterpiece, the film is a product of...
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Even after more than 25 years of performing, Canadian singer-songwriter Colin James says he still loves to tour. The trouble with doing it in March, though, is that most of the country is still...
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Leader of the band: James Morrison's school is already drawing students from Sydney. Photo: Supplied Australia has a habit of drawing people away from its big cities to immerse themselves in music....
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Ten more concerts for 2015 have been announced at Penn's Peak in Jim Thorpe, including Poison lead singer and TV star Bret Michaels, country stars Clint Black and Mary Chapin Carpenter, and the return...
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Researchers say they're at the forefront of a new movement delving into the deep history of illicit drug use in Latin America and how it affects the rest of the world, a history that spans numerous...
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Brazil's Rousseff races to contain Congress revolt over austerity BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff raced on Wednesday to defuse a rebellion by legislators upset about her...
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The presentation is scheduled for 1 p.m. Sunday, March 8, in the West Park of Tiskilwa, where there will be an active tap in a tree for sap collection. Information will be presented by John Sims of...
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January and February can be bleak at times in beautiful Britain. Grey days, freezing cold temperatures and the odd flurry of snow does not make for ideal hockey conditions. But for me, having taken...
2015/03/04 21:19
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BAY CITY, MI -- A 47-year-old Bay City man accused of abusing a 10-year-old poodle-shih tzu mix has accepted a plea deal, as details of the dog's mistreatment come to light. Gene C. Zube Jr. on...
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MULLENGANDRA man Justin Daryl Esler is likely to lose his employment after being banned from driving for 12 months over an accident which seriously injured a woman passenger in his...
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The magic number that some anthropologists believe is the cognitive limit to how many people we can maintain stable social relationships is 150. This number has added significance to me as a business...
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Nutritionists from the University of Maryland Medical System regularly contribute guest posts to The Baltimore Sun's Picture of Health blog (baltimoresun.com/pictureofhealth. The latest post is from...
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Leaked Snowden files show most of GCSB's targets are not security threats to New Zealand, as Government suggests A map from a 2009 report from the GCSB's signal intelligence division How do you feel...
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New Zealand First leader Winston Peters, has the words 'Follow Me' on the back of his campaign bus. Photo / NZME. The self-appointed Pied Piper of the North, New Zealand First leader Winston Peters,...
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Bistro Narra planted its Roots in Mississauga, Ontario in December 2010 and has since blossomed... If you’ve been looking for a solution to stop hiding your smile, lumineers may be the answer...
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MESA, Ariz. -- Friday marks six months since some of the worst flooding to ever hit the Valley of the Sun. Many residents are still recovering and rebuilding. One resident led an effort to sue the...
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