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South African President Jacob Zuma announces an inquiry into the killing by police of 34 miners during a protest in the north-east.German army's crisis role widened
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Newspaper headlines speak of a bloodbath, of war. South Africans are grappling with shock and memories of an ugly era after police killed 34 miners...Photos: Striking miners gunned down
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EPA Regional Administrator Judith Enck and Congressmember Rodney Frelinghuysen Announce System to Treat Contaminated Ground Water at Rockaway Borough, NJ Superfund Site; Tour Six Superfund Sites in Morris and Essex Counties
EPA to Hold Citizen Science Workshops in New York and New Jersey; June 19 in New York City and June 20 in Edison, New Jersey
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By David Liu, PHD Friday Aug 17, 2012 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new study in the Aug 13, 2012 issue of International Journal of Cancer suggests that
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More than 30 people killed at Lonmin platinum mine where strike over pay has escalated into alleged turf war between unionsPolice have been accused...Japan to deport 14 Chinese island activists
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Analysis: Paul Ryan Voted to Add $6.8 Trillion to the Federal Debt (ThinkProgress)
WHO Calls For Emergency Stockpile Of Cholera Vaccine
Threatwatch: West Nile – what is the actual risk?
A TV host interviewing Robert Pattinson has been booed and heckled when he likened Kristen Stewart's affair with a married director to the Prince...Lonmin to fund children of dead workers
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Consumers believe that sunscreen with higher SPFs mean more protection, but some doctors are saying the numbers are a marketing ploy. TODAY...Penn State pays legal bills for accused ex-officials, but not McQueary
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Seas score a meagre six out of 10 in new marine health index
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Israel's Opposition leader said Friday that any unilateral Israeli attack on Iran would not succeed in stopping Iran's suspected drive to nuclear...Elmar Mammadyarov spoke at the Salzburg Trilogy conference
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There are 71 new cases in the ongoing outbreak of H3N2v swine flu, bringing the U.S. total to 224 cases since July 2012.
President Obama Announces More Key Administration Posts
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Radon seeping invisibly into some Canadian homes causes hundreds more lung-cancer deaths a year than previously thought, a Health Canada study based on a recent testing blitz has concluded. The department has almost doubled the estimated risk posed by ...
SuperAgers' brains are similar to those 20, 30 years younger - Open File (blog)
You might be in the presence of SuperAgers, before conversing with them of course, and not even know it. SuperAgers might enjoy the occasional early bird special, walk with canes, or attend the average Bingo game, activities typical of an octogenarian, ...
What's your risk of developing kidney failure? - Times of India
New research has thrown up some startling insights about the likelihood of middle-aged adults developing kidney failure during their lifetime. About one in 40 men and one in 60 women of middle age will develop kidney failure if they live into their 90s ...
A researcher at Western University in London said he's found more evidence pointing to the harmful effects of egg yolks. He claims the cholesterol found in the yolk is almost as dangerous as smoking. Dr. David Spence says Canadians are being duped by ...
Manitobans urged to practise safety in bear country - Winnipeg Free Press
The province is reminding people with homes, cottages or campsites to be safe in areas where black bears are present or likely to be present. Manitoba's black bears are becoming more active and visible at this time of year as they begin to bulk up on ...
Canadian Food Inspection Agency recalls Leamington manufactured pre-cut vegetables - Windsor Star (blog)
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is recalling certain Leamington manufactured pre-cut vegetables over concerns about Listeria monocytogenes contamination. The CFIA issued a release Friday warning the public not to consume the following Pure Flavour ...
SASKATOON -- A Saskatoon man is going to the US to see if he can take part in a clinical trial of the so-called liberation treatment for multiple sclerosis. Andrew Dahlen is the first Saskatchewan resident to go to Albany, NY, for the final eligibility ...
Twelve Alberta community projects that help victims of crime and youth at risk are getting $1.6 million i