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Poll Stations in Iraq Close as Election Proceeded Peacefully

BAGHDAD, December 15 – Strangely and unexpectedly enough there were little reports of violence in Iraq today. On one of the most important days in the entire history of this

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Claims of Alleged CIA Prisons Still Stand

PARIS, December 13 – Swiss senator Dick Marty, who is in charge of a committee to investigate the claims of secret prison in Europe, explained in a presentation today that

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Bush Starts Tour to Gain Support for War in Iraq

PENNSYLVANIA, December 12 – President Bush held his first speech in a series of three leading up to the elections on December 15th in Iraq. His goal is to increase

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Huge Blasts Rock London Area

LONDON, December 11 – The residents of Hemel Hempstead, 30 miles north of London, had a rude awakening this morning as a nearby fuel depot suffered blast after blast. The

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Vioxx Drama Continues as New Details of Missing Data Emerge

HEALTH, December 9 – Vioxx is quickly turning into the consumers worst nightmare. After being pulled off the market in September of 2004 for concerns about cardiovascular safety new details

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Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 30 in Baghdad

BAGHDAD, December 8 – The capital of Iraq was disturbed heavily today as many explosions ripped through the city. The deadliest one occurred at the biggest bus station in Baghdad

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Global Warming Force Islanders to Move

Global Warming Force Islanders to Move Inland, Says UN Rising seas have forced 100 people on a Pacific island to move to higher ground in what may be the first

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Childhood Obesity a Direct Result from TV Ads!?

WASHINGTON, December 7 – Today a comprehensive report was issued indicating that television advertising and obesity among children are directly linked. The federal institute concluding this did so after a

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Suicide Bombers Kill at Least 27 Police Students

BAGHDAD, December 6 – In one of the deadliest attacks on Iraqi forces this year at least 27 police students were killed. Local reports have named numbers ranging from 27

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Rice Addresses CIA Prisons and Flights in Europe

WASHINGTON, December 5 – Being as unspecific as possible Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice tried to defend the U.S. policy on terror before embarking on her trip to Europe where

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