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2015/04/28 06:39
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The massive 7.8-magnitude quake on Saturday was the Himalayan nation's deadliest disaster in more than 80 years, killing more than 4,300 people and causing massive destruction. According to early...
2015/04/28 06:39
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2015/04/28 03:37
2015/04/28 03:37
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Quake moved Kathmandu but Everest height unchanged, experts say Published: 28 April 2015 11:06 AM The Mount Everest south base camp in Nepal is seen a day after a huge earthquake-caused avalanche...
2015/04/27 16:45
2015/04/27 16:45
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St Andrews University named best in Scotland The University of St Andrews has been ranked the best in Scotland for the second year running. Picture: Jane Barlow THE University of St Andrews has been...
2015/04/27 15:39
2015/04/27 15:39
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At first glance, there is not the slightest doubt: to us, the universe looks three dimensional. But one of the most fruitful theories of theoretical physics in the last two decades is challenging this...
2015/04/27 06:20
2015/04/27 06:20
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Nuns are on a run. It’s a case of Vocation, Vocation, Vocation as the number of women taking their holy vows reaches a 25-year high. Figures from the Catholic Church show a trebling of women joining...
2015/04/27 02:42
2015/04/27 02:42
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NASHUA – When he died unexpectedly nine years ago at age 29, friends and family of Hollis native Jonathan Gilmour weren’t about to let his passion for the well-being of animals – from house pets to...
2015/04/25 09:08
2015/04/25 09:08
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A new technique that identifies how genes are controlled could help scientists spot errors in the genetic code which trigger disease, a study suggests. The method focusses on those parts of DNA -...
2015/04/24 19:31
2015/04/24 19:31
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Allergy season is upon us and those sniffles and runny nose that come with it are caused by the body’s immune system erroneously reacting to pollen as if it was invading microbes. A new study could...
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2015/04/24 19:16
2015/04/24 19:16
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Charles Begg was New Zealand's most decorated member of the Medical Corps during World War I. Born in Dunedin in September 1879, he went to Kaikorai School and Otago Boys' High School, then the...
2015/04/23 21:14
2015/04/23 21:14
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It's important for concerned American citizens to understand that Islam, which means "submission," is not a religion. It is a totalitarian ideology that exists in three phases, all of which exist in...
2015/04/23 09:34
2015/04/23 09:34
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EPAA nun expresses her joy as coming face to face with Pope Francis on the occasion of his weekly Wednesday General Audience in St Peter's Square, Vatican city. Picture: Angelo Carconi London - The...
2015/04/23 07:17
2015/04/23 07:17
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Humanity is pumping out so much carbon dioxide we risk creating the same conditions which caused 'The Great Dying' and wiped out 90% of life on Earth, it has been claimed. The warning came after the...
2015/04/23 07:08
2015/04/23 07:08
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Human activity has robbed the Amazon rainforest of more than 10 per cent of its ability to store carbon in its vegetation, a study has found. Deforestation of the giant forest is likely to account...
2015/04/22 20:14
2015/04/22 20:14
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In 2015 America a remnant of faithful Christian pastors, not imams, are being targeted by gay-activists. No Christian pastor I know has ever proclaimed or financially supported the beheading of...
2015/04/22 15:09
2015/04/22 15:09
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More than half of the participating artists, chosen by curators Anna Colin and Lydia Yee, are making new work for the exhibition, while others will present recent work not previously seen in...
2015/04/22 11:25
2015/04/22 11:25
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Sell in May It's May Day next week - which, if history is any guide, warns us of very low equity returns over the next six months. Since 1985 the All-Share index has, on average, delivered a real...
2015/04/21 18:20
2015/04/21 18:20
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From President George W Bush to wrestling legend Andre the Giant, we take a look at the household names who you would never believe enjoyed running around with the oval ball before they got...
2015/04/20 20:42
2015/04/20 20:42
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The liquid-vapour interface of water is one of the most common of all heterogeneous (or non-uniform) environments. Understanding its molecular structure will provide insight into complex biochemical...
2015/04/20 18:49
2015/04/20 18:49
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The Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica is melting. Calls for divestment are everywhere you look these days. University campuses in the U.S. and the U.K. in particular are abuzz with students calling on...
2015/04/20 18:39
2015/04/20 18:39
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Abeje Ayana and Jessica Coulson were the victors in the men’s and women’s races, respectively, at the 2015 Great Edinburgh Run. The results were confirmed by the event’s official Twitter feed: The...
2015/04/28 06:39
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