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May 13, 2012

OLYMPIAKOS European Baskeball Champion, May 13, 2012

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BAN KI-MOON News, May 13, 2012

Ban Ki-moon calls on Sudan to withdraw forces from Abyei area
Press TV
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has called on Sudan to pull out its troops from disputed area of Abyei following the withdrawal of South Sudan forces from the territory. "The secretary general welcomes the withdrawal of the South Sudan Police Service ...
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Ban welcomes South Sudan's withdrawal of police from disputed Abyei area
UN News Centre
UN Photo/Stuart Price Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed South Sudan's decision to withdraw its police force from the disputed area of Abyei , and strongly urged neighbouring Sudan to pull out its police from the area as well, in accordance ...
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BEST Anything, May 13, 2012

Best Sales Training Expert Voted Fourth of The World's Sales Gurus
San Francisco Chronicle (press release)
This new status places Bob as one of the Top 4 Best Sales Training Experts in The World. Steve, co-founder of Global Gurus International, commented, "Only those sales training speakers and trainers who develop the art of selling in others and who have ...
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Pau Gasol-led Lakers top Nuggets in Game 7; Metta World Peace adds 15 points ...
(Photo by Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images) Pau Gasol averaged just 11.2 points on 41.4 percent from the field in the first six games of the series, but he responded with one of the best all around playoff games of his career in Game 7.
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DIED, May 13, 2012

Arcadius dies after winning $150000 race
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Arcadius collapsed and died as he was being cooled down after winning the $150000 Iroquois Steeplechase at Percy Warner Park on Saturday. Arcadius is loaded into a trailer after collapsing and dying as he was being cooled down after winning the $150000 ...
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Atlanta Journal Constitution
Arcadius' death at Saturday's Iroquois Steeplechase was unusual because of ...
The Tennessean
Iroquois Steeplechase winner dies at finish: Veterinarian Monty McInturff describes how Arcadius died after winning Iroquois Steeplechase on Saturday. Equine medical staff work to save Arcadius as he suffered a heart attack and died after winning the ...
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TECHNOLOGY News, May 13, 2012

Wall Street Journal
A seismic change in the consumer technology landscape over the past few years has been a mixed blessing for companies deeply engaged in the industry. Many large technology firms were mired in losses last year due to the falling prices of consumer ...
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The wonders of technology
Corning Leader
By Shawn Vargo There are times that I like technology. It's Friday afternoon and I'm at the office. It's bright and sunny outside and it's bright and sunny at The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass. No, I'm not watching it on television.
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RECREATION, Leisure News, May 13, 2012

Military Rec: Still time to register for Birthday 10-miler on June 8
Fayetteville Observer
Runners who sign up in person should do so at Leisure Travel Services, not Funk Physical Fitness Center, through May 30, and online registration is also available through that date by visiting The folks who really need to get a ...
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Competition for summer jobs remains hot
Scranton Times-Tribune
Seasonal leisure employment, though, remains an option for some job seekers. Snö Cove, a waterpark at the Snö Mountainrecreation complex in Scranton, will hire about 300 people, including lifeguards, lift operators, restaurant workers and maintenance ...
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INVENTIONS News, May 13, 2012

Biz Bits: Former Chico resident talks about her water-saving invention
That's not a certain, but she sounded interested when it was mentioned to her as a place to market inventions. Her company is manufacturing the device, but their availability is mostly through the website. I love classified ads, especially those in ...
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100 Years of the Automatic Telephone Exchange
BBC News
In celebration of the one most important inventions in communication, our BT volunteers will be demonstrating one of the first Automatic Telephone Exchanges. In celebration of the one most important inventions in communication, our BT volunteers will ...
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INDIA CINEMA News, May 13, 2012

Hot Cannes Selection Opens Third Edition of the London Indian Film Festival in ... (press release)
London, United Kingdom, May 13, 2012 --( Europe's fastest growing platform for Indian cinema returns to the Capital celebrating the burgeoning movement of alternative Indian cinema. The third annual LondonIndian Film Festival will run from 20 ...
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Four Indian movies to premiere at Cannes
Times of India
MUMBAI: The Indian entourage at this year's Cannes Film Festival will be a mix of glamour and cinema. About four Indian films will be premiered and three beauty queens from Bollywood will be walking the red carpet. Anurag Kashyap's directorial venture ...
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HOLLYWOOD News, May 13, 2012

John Cena to Appear in Nickelodeon Film; Top 3 Movie Cameos by Wrestlers
Yahoo! Sports
Other than Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, most wrestlers have failed miserably in Hollywood. Movies like Ready to Rumble and Mr. Nanny often showcase the big brawny wrestlers as weak and inadequate actors. However, through the years, a few of my favorite ...
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Tim Burton Revives 60s Vampire Soap Opera 'Dark Shadows'
Voice of America
May 12, 2012 Tim Burton Revives 60s Vampire Soap Opera 'Dark Shadows' Alan Silverman | Hollywood A Soap Opera from the 1960s gets a makeover in director Tim Burton's new horror-comedy Dark Shadows features his favorite lead actor, Johnny Depp.
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FINANCIAL TIMES News, May 13, 2012

Greek exit from eurozone 'possible'
By Ralph Atkins, Brussels (Financial Times) -- Greece's exit from the eurozone "would be possible," even if not in Europe's interest, and countries should have a democratic right to quit, according to a member of the ECB's governing council.
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US ahead of Europe on energy policy
Financial Times
In an interview with the Financial Times, Jean-Pierre Clamadieu, the new chief executive of Franco-Belgian Solvay, accused Germany, France and Belgium of acting in isolation on nuclear and gas policy and failing to come up with a coherent strategy to ...
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FASHION News, May 13, 2012

Kelly Goss takes on the world of fashion like a rock star

The Upcoming
The fashion world is famed for its involvement in rock 'n' roll. It's always exciting to see a new spin on this and that is just what Kelly Goss brings in her new line Rock 'n' Needle. The idea for this new line sprouted whilst she was studying at the ...
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Fashion gets fast
Crain's New York Business
Looking to kick its retail operations into higher gear, hipster clothing chain Brooklyn Industries last fall borrowed from the playbook of higher-flying competitors H&M and Zara, known for what the retail world calls "fastfashion," or ultraquick ...
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FASHION Models News, May 13, 2012

UK Model Agencies
It's All About The Swinging 60s This Week At UK Model Agencies, The UK's ...
PR Web (press release)
With fashion at the time focused on bearing all, it was the era when the waiflike model was born. To kick start the new section, the three bad lads of fashion photography are focused upon. 'The Black Trio', Bailey, Duffy and Donovan were the very first ...
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Rotary Charity Fashion Show A Combined Effort Success At Bergen Community College
The joint effort produced a tremendous fashion show and great food. John Montone of 1010 WINS ably did the master of ceremony bit and after she finished modeling, was joined by Christine Nagy, a radio host on FM radio. The dynamic duo described the ...
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EARTHQUAKE News, May 13, 2012

Earthquake threat prompts questions at Midlands nuclear plant
The Herald |
The operators of Columbia's 44-year-old nuclear fuel factory are trying to resolve federal questions about the plant's ability to withstand a majorearthquake. While the Westinghouse Electric Co. plant meets current safety standards, federal inspectors ...
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Chivas USA-Earthquakes Preview
The San Jose Earthquakes would like to start another one. Wondolowski looks to extend his career-best point streak to nine Sunday when theEarthquakes host Chivas in the first of three matches between these clubs in 2012.
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LIFESTYLE News, May 13, 2012

Children can learn to 'eat the rainbow'
An instructor with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine'sFood for Life program, a nonprofit based in Washington, DC, Von Reich has long been an advocate of the vegetarian diet. "I grew up vegetarian, but later introduced some meat ...
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US obesity: Eating our way to harm Commentary KATHLEEN PARKER
Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
That's 32 million more than today's 78 million. Of course, they probably won't be waddling. They'll be in their cars in the fast-food lane, as they are now. Recall that independent filmmaker Morgan Spurlock (“Super Size Me”) gained 24.5 pounds after ...
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SCIENCE News, Studies, Research, Technology, May 13, 2012

Science journal could give recipe for deadly avian flu virus
By Libby Lewis, CNN Radio (CNN) – A science journal is poised to publish a study that some experts believe could give a recipe to bioterrorists. The study is from an experiment by a Dutchscientist who engineered the avian flu virus to make it more ...
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Makers of flame retardants manipulate research findings
Sacramento Bee
Later, in response to additional questions from the newspaper, the trade group highlighted a different study as evidence that flame retardants work well: research based largely on the obscure Swedish report. In reviewing key scientific studies and ...
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ASIA Sports, Athletics News, May 13, 2012

Asia/Canada XI triumphs in Rogers Centre cricket match
Globe and Mail
Cheema and fellow Canadians Ashish Bagai, Jimmy Hansra, Ravindu Gunasekera and Hiral Patel helped an Asia/Canada XI defeat an International XI by three wickets in an all-star Twenty20 cricket game Saturday afternoon. “I'm very happy with all the guys ...
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More >> AP Entertainment News VideoMore>> By ED BROWN Associated Press JOHANNESBURG (AP) - US actor and director Kevin Spacey said he sees opportunity for expanding film making in Africa, Asia and Europe. Spacey spoke about his international outlook ...
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CANADA News, May 13, 2012

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Canada secures spot in quarters with rout of Kazakhstan
Fox News
Helsinki, Finland – Dion Phaneuf scored two goals, Devan Dubnyk made 24 saves and Canada posted a resounding 8-0 win Saturday over Kazakhstan to clinch a spot in the quarterfinals at the 2012 World Championship. Captain Ryan Getzlaf and Duncan Keith ...
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What keeps online retail in Canada from clicking?
Globe and Mail
Canada is a land of dissatisfied online shoppers. From high-end fashion to hardware, Canadians are the poor e-commerce cousins to Americans in just about every way: Higher prices for poorer selection; shipping costs are often more expensive; and,...
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LATIN AMERICA News, May 13, 2012

Press-scorned 'Battleship' hopes to avoid death in choppy US waters
Washington Post
It's already made $200 million in 50 countries and is set to open this week inLatin America. Once, US success was often the harbinger of taste in other markets. But is the reverse now true? Fogelson is not sure whether American filmgoers are ...
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Here's the latest Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont news from The Associated Press
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) -- Senator Olympia Snowe says the political polarization in Washington can be diminished, but only when Americanssupport candidates who follow the principles of consensus-building. Snowe delivered what will likely be her final ...
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