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NASA’s Pluto Launch Delayed

FLORIDA, January 17 – The much awaited launch of the NASA space-mission to Pluto suffered several delays today which resulted in an ultimate delay of 24 hours. The mission is

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Flu Immunizes Against Two Anti-Viral Drugs

WASHINGTON, January 15 – In a worrying development it has been discovered that the current main flu strain H3N2, common influenza, is resistant to two of the most-used anti-viral drugs.

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Investigator Certain That CIA Broke International Law

BURGDORF, Switzerland, January 14 – The head of the European investigative commission researching the handlings of the CIA on European soil has come to the conclusion that without a doubt

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Americans Grow to Accept Obesity

WASHINGTON, January 12 – Perhaps expectable in a society which tends to grow more and more obese, this way of life is actually more acceptable these days than it was

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Deadly Weekend for U.S. Troops in Iraq

BAGHDAD, January 8 – It has been a sad weekend indeed for the U.S. military troops in Iraq. In total 17 U.S. citizens were killed this weekend while already a

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Bird Flu in Turkey Kills Three Teens

DOGUBAYAZIT, Turkey, January 7 – The three teens who died this week due to the effects of the avian flu probably caught the virus by playing with dead chickens. British

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Conception and Development

The development of an unborn child is something that puzzles many women who are pregnant. And doctors don’t have much time to sit them down and explain to them what

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Iraq Trembles Under Terrorist Bombings

BAGHDAD, January 5 – In the deadliest attacks since the December 15 elections over 100 people died, leaving chaos all around. The biggest attack occurred in Ramadi where insurgents targeted

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Abramoff Scandal Likely to Result in Political Earthquake

WASHINGTON, January 4 – So far the casualties of the Abramoff scandal are limited, only a few politicians have been named in this bribery scandal so far. The question however

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New Benefits for Solar Energy Use

Federal tax credits implemented to encourage solar energy development and use After years of failed attempts, the U.S. Congress passed comprehensive energy legislation last summer. Spurred by record prices for

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