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Too many Southern NGOs follow foreign agendas
Healthy NGO-led development will happen only with support by local citizens Former Nepali Minister Dipak Gyawali says development NGOs need to stop acting like sub-contractors and start asking...
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Powerlifter breaks 'beefcake' stereotype
Palmerston North's Hayden Pritchard is proof not all weightlifting stereotypes are true. Far from communicating in grunts, the World Championship-bound powerlifter is a scientist. Pritchard uses his...
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Joe Oliver: The end of fossil fuels would be an e...
... for your letter of May 7, 2013, which raises issues about our government's approach to developing our oil resources. A meaningful discussion about our resources, our commitment to environmental...
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Chiurazzi Foundry of Italy and Geoffrey M. Curley...
WILSONVILLE, OR--(Marketwired - May 21, 2013) - Chiurazzi Internazionale S.r.l., an Italian corporation and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Experience Art and Design, Inc., (OTCQB: EXAD) (the...
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SEOUL, May 21 (Yonhap) -- South Korea is seeking to resume talks on a free trade deal with Russia as part of efforts to expand its economic cooperation with the country, the government said...
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BREAKING OVERNIGHT: North Korea on Monday fired a projectile into the sea off its east coast for the third day in a row, South Korean officials said, urging Pyongyang to refrain from...
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From robotics to rock, cool camps cater to today'...
At summer camp at the Robot Garage, kids who love Legos and robotics can build cities, amusement parks and more. �We�re all very lucky,� says founder Sarah Jacobs, who lives in Birmingham and has...
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The revision of History : Council for Constitutio...
George Gerald Reisman (born January 13, 1937) is an American economist and Professor Emeritus of Economics at Pepperdine University. He is the author of The Government Against the Economy (1979),...
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Mice return from a month in spaceMice return from a month in space A Russian capsule carrying mice and lizards has returned to Earth after spending a month in space.More >> A Russian capsule...
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Is This Virtual Worm the First Sign of the Singul...
Real C. elegans worms squirming in a laboratory agar plate. The have been genetically modified to express fluorescent proteins (Jesper Pedersen). For all the talk of artificial intelligence and all...
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Zuma, Putin Push for Increased Trade
South African President Jacob Zuma and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the strengthening of economic ties and expansion of trade between the two BRICS partners during their meeting in...
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Harris: Google's Eric Schmidt on North Korea and ...
Google's glasses may one day whisper in your ear an old acquaintance's name when you unexpectedly bump into them at a party. Google's car will drive itself in years — not decades. And what if...
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The vacation from Earth
When we think of being an astronaut, it’s easy to think about the cool sides of it: like flying in space and seeing the Earth from a distance. But how does one actually live in outer space and train...
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Mining the deep blue frontier
Even by Howard Hughes' eccentric standards, the great manganese nodule hunt was a bizarre episode. News that the reclusive billionaire was intent on recovering metallic nodules - potato-sized rocks...
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Mueller defends FBI in Boston bombing, but acknow...
... a result of this, I would say, thorough investigation, based on the leads we got from the Russians, we found no ties to terrorism,” Mueller told the Senate Appropriations Committee’s subcommittee...
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What is going to happen in the next hundred years?
The arteries of contemporary life: Shanghai's roads are teeming. Photograph: Olivio Barbieri, courtesy of the Ronchini Gallery, London. In The Great Illusion, a bestseller in 1913, the Labour MP...
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Cluster kids, pick your weapons: It's the Battle ...
HPC blog Napolean experienced his first defeat* there 200 years ago... Now nine teams of university undergrad students will travel to Leipzig in the hopes of winning the clash of big iron that is the...
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Ex-NASA official says reindustrialising with foss...
In a wide-ranging interview with EurActiv, James Hansen branded the EU’s Emissions Trading System (ETS) “ineffectual” and flawed, and accused energy firms of preferring government bribes over...
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The Jewish Week
... prophet nor a seer. Still, his job is to predict the future, based on the new academic discipline of Future Studies. His latest book, “2048,” describes the conflicts that likely will dominate...
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New Holland: Island in the Sun
With the opening of the new Mariinsky stage still fresh in people�s minds, all eyes remain trained on what is quickly becoming St. Petersburg�s own arts district. While not as spectacular a launch,...
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