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06/01/2010 09:57:59

Monday, May 31, 2010  Thousands of people The first protest in Istanbul was held in front of the Israeli Protestors later Muharrem Öztürk, an unemployed economist, said  Vocabulary Exercise     Thousands rally in Istanbul to protest Israeli raid on flotilla 

05/31/2010 09:46:39

Up to 16 people have been killed after Israeli commandos said the According to Israel's private channel 10 television, Israeli marine commandos had opened fire after being attacked with The station did not say whether the dead and injured were passengers or members of the Israeli Turkey warned Israel of " Israel expressed Sky's Middle East correspondent Dominic Waghorn said: "There already was muc

05/13/2010 00:00:00

Wednesday, May 12, 2010   TRIPOLI — Agence France-Presse  A Libyan plane arriving from South Africa crashed on Afriqiyah Airways listed 93 A Libyan security official earlier told AFP that all those on board had died but an airport official said in fact an 8-year-old boy from the Netherlands had survived and was There was no "It An AFP correspondent said the crash site had been Vocabulary Exercise

03/19/2010 13:48:54

By Steve Connor, Science Editor The first Corot-9b, as the planet is called, is one of more than 400 " "This is a normal, temperate exoplanet just like dozens we already know, but this is the first whose properties we can study in depth," said Claire Moutou, one of the team of astronomers at the European Southern Observatory who made the Corot-9b passes in front of its host star, 1,500 light years

02/25/2010 00:00:00

Jessica Shepherd   The Guardian, Tuesday 23 February 2010  On Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 12-year-old Abigail Appetey is There are 41 million girls around the world who should be in primary school all week, but aren't, the Department for International Development says. At least 20 million of them are, like Abigail, in sub-Saharan Africa. Here in Asesewa - one of Ghana's poorest Almost 80%

02/19/2010 00:00:00

Posted Wednesday, February 10, 2010 4:04 PM Jeneen Interlandi It's been two days since Anderson Cooper Don't get me wrong, as a reporter who's struggled to cover the situation in Haiti from a desk in New York, I'm both But as a viewer I was It's tough to keep stories like Haiti in the spotlight for more than a few weeks. Not because the story isn't important or doesn't deserve sustained coverage.

02/01/2010 19:18:05

By Leonard Doyle in Immokalee, Florida Published: 19 December 2007 Migrant workers chained beaten and forced into debt, exposing the human cost of producing cheap food. Three Florida fruit-pickers, held When they found The migrants were not only forced to work in sub-human conditions but Their story of slavery and abuse in the fruit fields of sub-tropical Florida Between December and May, Florida

02/01/2010 18:57:52

By Daily Mail Reporter 16th March 2009 Using 'Miss' and 'Mrs' has been banned by leaders of the European Union because they are not considered politically correct. Brussels bureaucrats have decided the words are The booklet warns European politicians they must avoid referring to a woman's This also means Madame and Mademoiselle, Frau and Fraulein and Senora and Senorita are banned. 'Political corr