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Myanmar frees more political prisoners, US lauds move
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By Stabroek staff | 0 Comments | World News | Saturday, January 14, 2012 YANGON, (Reuters) - Myanmar freed at least 200 political prisoners yesterday in an amnesty that prompted the United States to upgrade diplomatic relations as one of the world's ...
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TVs are Interesting Again
By Jeff Bertolucci, PCWorld Jan 14, 2012 8:16 AM TVs notched a starring role at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas instead of the flashier smartphone, tablet or Ultrabook thanks to a new crop of innovative and high-tech sets. ...
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World of Reptiles comes to Wheeling
Chicago Sun-Times
By MYRNA PETLICKI Contributor January 14, 2012 12:58PM A 40-pound African tortoise is just one of the wild things kids can meet when Dave DiNaso's Traveling World of Reptiles visits Indian Trails Public Library Jan. 28. | Sun-Times Media file photo ...
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Taiwan's China-friendly president wins re-election
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| AP Jan. 14, 2012: Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou declares victory in the presidential election in Taipei, Taiwan. Ma won a close re-election fight, leveraging his message of greater prosperity through expanded ties with China to beat his ...
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January 14 in Sports History
Yahoo! Sports
This was also the day where one baseball star married the most famous celebrity in the world. Here is a look at those and other memorable moments in sports to happen on January 14. On this day in 1954, New York Yankees star Joe DiMaggio married actress ...
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S&P downgrades France, eight other euro zone nations
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By Stabroek staff | 0 Comments | World News | Saturday, January 14, 2012 NEW YORK, (Reuters) - Standard & Poor's stripped France of its top AAA rating yesterday and carried out a mass downgrade of half the nations in the euro zone, a move that may ...
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Russian ship reappears near Turkish port
By Suzan Fraser and Menelaos Hadjicostis AP / January 14, 2012 ANKARA, Turkey—A Russian ship suspected of delivering munitions to Syria in violation of an EU arms embargo after an unscheduled stop in Cyprus has anchored off Turkey's coast, ...
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World Premiere of Theresa Rebeck's Ohio-Set Dead Accounts Begins in Cincinnati ...
By Adam Hetrick The world premiere of Theresa Rebeck's comedy Dead Accounts, about a prodigal son who returns home to Cincinnati, begins performances Jan. 14 at the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. Directed by Giovanna Sardelli, Dead Accounts is the ...
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The fun is revving up in Daytona beach
Montreal Gazette
By MARY ANN ANDERSON, MCT January 14, 2012 NASCAR driver Bill Elliott once circled the Daytona International Speedway in 42 seconds, averaging 210 miles per hour. The Daytona 500 takes place on Feb. 26. Leading up to the big day, a series of other ...
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Peru court sentences Van der Sloot to 28 years for murder
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By Stabroek staff | 0 Comments | World News | Saturday, January 14, 2012 LIMA, (Reuters) – Dutch citizen Joran Van der Sloot was sentenced to 28 years in prison by a Peruvian court yesterday for killing a woman in Lima in 2010, exactly five years since ...
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World-class guest conductor to lead WSO tonight
Windsor Star
By Ted Shaw, The Windsor Star January 14, 2012 1:16 PM Conductor Andreas Delfs is accustomed to living out of a suitcase. Delfs brings his vast experience to the WSO Saturday, Jan. 14, 2012. Being the guest conductor of an unfamiliar orchestra is a ...
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China offers $119 million in aid to Nepal
Seattle Post Intelligencer
THIRA BHUSAL, AP Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, left, shakes hands with Nepalese Prime Minister Babu Ram Bhattarai as he is welcomed at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Katmandu, Saturday, Jan. 14, 2012. The five-hour visit is the first in a decade ...
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Victory brews for World team in cup chase
Vancouver Sun
By Cam Tucker, Vancouver Sun January 14, 2012 No beer. For the Chinese team, that's no big deal. How-ever, that might not be the case for the Norwegian contingent. At least, that's according to Chinese skip Bingyu Wang after her mixed doubles match ...
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2012 World MMA Middleweight Scouting Report: #1 - Antonio Braga Neto
Bloody Elbow
That should solidify his spot on this year's report, and it will undoubtedly earn him a look from the world's top organizations. Check out video footage of Antonio Braga Neto after the jump... The drop in weight has done him good. by Tag01 on Jan 14, ...
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ElBaradei not running for Egypt presidency
CAIRO, Jan. 14 (UPI) -- Mohamed ElBaradei, former director general of theInternational Atomic Energy Agency, pulled out of the race for the Egyptian presidency Saturday. ElBaradei cited "the previous regime" still running the country since Hosni ...
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Verner pay request denied
The Spokesman Review
January 14, 2012 in City on Page A1 An assistant US attorney and appointee for a federal judgeship helped identify a suspect in a string of South Hill burglaries by tracking his wife's stolen coffee shop card. Tom … January 14, 2012 in Nation/World on ...
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Jan. 14: Brilliant Bramhall and dog poop on the upper East Side
New York Daily News
North Bennington, Vt.: I've read some petty complaints and some well-deserved praise for “Bramhall's World.” I'm writing to say he really knows how to tickle the funny bone. His February 2011 cartoon of Lady Gaga hatching — “who ordered the ham in egg ...
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Casino plans sprout in US as states seek revenue
(AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File) By David B. Caruso Associated Press / January 14, 2012 NEW YORK—A Malaysian company's plan to build a $4 billion convention center and big-time casino on the outskirts of New York City could be the biggest shot fired yet ...
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Norway's Svendsen wins biathlon World Cup event
Greenwich Time
Emil Hegle Svendsen from Norway celebrates after winning the men's 10 km sprint Biathlon World Cup event in Nove Mesto na Morave, Czech Republic, Saturday, Jan. 14, 2012. Photo: Petr David Josek / AP Emil Hegle Svendsen, center, from Norway Simon ...
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Marking the anniversary of Mitchell's near-world championship win
Even few Packers have been as idolized as Richie Mitchell in his time, or gave their fans a bigger thrill than the one Mitchell provided on Jan. 14, 1921. That's when he fought Benny Leonard for Leonard's world lightweight championship at Madison ...
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World War II: Fragments of US Aircraft recovered in Tripura
Agartala, Jan 14: 66 years after the end of World war II, the debris of the US military aircraft crashed during the war, have been recovered in northern Tripura, defence sources claimed on Saturday. "After more than 66 years of being considered ...
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Satans or Saviours? Broncos' Tim Tebow vs. Patriots' Tom Brady
Washington Times
Photo: AP LOS ANGELES, January 14, 2012–Forget Friday the 13th. Like the Leslie Nielsen spoof, true evil comes on Saturday the 14th. On the day the Denver Broncos play the New England Patriots in an NFL Divisional playoff matchup, it is a shame that ...
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Dukurs' skeleton World Cup winning streak ends
Stamford Advocate
Fourth placed Matthew Antoine of the United States reacts during the Men's Skeleton World Cup in Koenigssee, southern Germany, on Saturday, Jan. 14, 2012. Photo: Matthias Schrader / AP Worldcup leader Martins Dukurs of Latvia reacts after the Men's ...
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Strait of Hormuz Shot from the International Space Station – WorldStrategic ...
Universe Today
by Ken Kremer on January 14, 2012 This showcase image of the Strait of Hormuz (center) and the Persian Gulf region was shot on Christmas Eve, 24 December 2011. About 20% of the world' s crude oil supply passes through the Strait every day. ...
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Classroom Voices, Jan. 14
Chicago Tribune
It is happening all over the world, especially in developing countries. Water affects everything: education, health, poverty. This crisis is also happening in the United States. Nearly 13 percent of American households have no access to safe water or ...
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Moroccan Press Review for January 14 | Morocco World News
By abennis
Royal and Princely activities as well the Sahara issue are the main topics that draw the attention of Moroccan dailies this Saturday, along with other current themes.
Morocco World News
War News Updates: World News Briefs -- January 14, 2011
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World News Briefs -- January 14, 2011. The Treasury believes that the collapse of the euro could push the UK back into a deep recession Photo: REUTERS. Debt Crisis: Eurozone Back On The Brink As France Has Credit Rating Downgraded ...
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Stop NATO news: January 14, 2012 « Stop NATO
By richardrozoff
-“The continent of Europe sits astride several lines of communication and avenues of transportation and proximity to other parts of the world which are important to us and our partners. We saw [that .... 692085/China-should-take-fight-to-US-over-Iran.aspx. Global Times January 14, 2012. China should take fight to US over Iran. The US slapped sanctions on China's Zhuhai Zhenrong Company Thursday for engaging in energy deals with Iran. ...
Noontime News Roundup – January 14, 2012 | BPI Campus
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Noontime News Roundup – January 14, 2012. Posted on January 14th, 20122012-01-14T17:00:51ZF jS, Y by winterbanyan in Noontime & NighttimeNews · Noontime News Roundup – January 14, 2012. Noontime News is a snapshot of our ...
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News about Mauritius: Business, Investment, and Trade Weekly ...
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Saturday January 14th 2012. Related Sites. · Africa the Good News · African Stock Investment Competition ... News about Mauritius: Business, Investment, and Trade Weekly – Issue January 14, 2012 · Share ... - Business, Trade...
News to Note, January 14, 2012 - Answers in Genesis
News to Note, January 14, 2012. A weekly feature examining news from the biblical viewpoint. by Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell. January 14, 2012. Layman. Keywords. anthropology · author-elizabeth-mitchell · design-in-nature · insect · invertebrate ...
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Knicks Morning News (Saturday, Jan 14 2012) | KnickerBlogger.Net
By Mike Kurylo
Brooklyn Awaits, but Nets' Destination as a Team Is Still Unclear (Sat, 14 Jan2012 07:10:12 GMT) The Nets have been only sporadically competitive.
KnickerBlogger.Net News Highlights – 14 Jan 12 « Blog
By milnewsca
“Her Majesty's Canadian Ship (HMCS) St. John's helped recover a drug cargo from a scuttled self-propelled semi-submersible (SPSS) vessel while deployed on Operation CARIBBE in the international waters of the Caribbean Basin from... Blog
Celebrity News Week in Review January 14, 2012 | I Need My Fix
By Susan P.
January 14th, 2012 at 12:12 pm by Susan P. Celebrity News Week in ReviewJanuary 14, 2012. This is our first of a regular run-down of what happened in the world of Celebrity for the week of January 14, 2012. We, of course begin with the ...
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Tech Thoughts Daily Net News – January 14, 2012 | Bill Mullins ...
By Bill Mullins
Tech Thoughts Daily Net News – January 14, 2012. How to Use Your Smartphone to Remotely Send Downloads to Your Home Computer – Sometimes you come across a file you want to download but all you've got is your smartphone. ...
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War News Updates: World News Briefs -- January 14, 2011
World News Briefs -- January 14, 2011. The Treasury believes that the collapse of the euro could push the UK back into a deep recession Photo: REUTERS ...
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