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LATEST World News, Apr 28, 2013

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ICELAND Election News, Apr 28, 2013

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DIED, Apr 28, 2013

Dave Gold, founder of 99 Cents Only Stores, dies | News - HomePublished On: Apr 28 2013 09:42:59 AM CDT ... three decades ago who saw it expand into a billion-dollar empire, has - Cached - More from this site

FASHION MODELS News, Apr 28, 2013

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FINANCIAL TIMES News, Apr 28, 2013

Financial Times Video Chief: Short-Form Video to Expand
Huffington Post
LONDON - The Financial Times is using video to increase its profile, says Josh de la Mare, global editor for Financial Times Video. Beet.TV spoke with him in this video interview at the Financial Times headquarters. FT Video is beginning to use ...
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RECREATION News, Apr 28, 2013

Ron Bailey, and his daughter, Melissa, demonstrate the piccolo for Erin Shea and her brother, Matthew Rackham, at the Oxford Winds Community Concert Band booth during the ninth annual Woodstock Recreation and Leisure Fair at Cowan Park on Sunday, March 3, 2013
Parks and Recreation publishes Leisure Ledger
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BEST Anything, Apr 28, 2013

The Regal Airport Hotel in Hong Kong is connected to the terminal by an enclosed, climate-controlled bridge.

US News & World Report Releases the 2013 Best High Schools Rankings
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON, April 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- U.S. News & World Report, the leading source of education rankings and news, released today the 2013 Best High Schools rankings at The new rankings will include ...
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TECHNOLOGY News, Apr 28, 2013

Goalline Technology is Too Expensive for MLS
Yahoo! Sports
The Associated Press reported on Thursday that MLS will not be utilizing goalline technology for league matches anytime soon. While speaking with AP reporters about the matter, MLS Commissioner Don Garber blamed the price of the technology for the ...
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CANADA News, Apr 28, 2013

Canada taking a back seat in global recovery, says S&P
Globe and Mail
Canada emerged from the financial crisis with hardly a scratch, but it is going to find the global economic recovery a lot more difficult. The stock market has been suggesting this for the past two years. The S&P/TSX composite index has fallen more ...
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OCEANIA News, Apr 28, 2013

Young All Whites World Cup bound after Oceania title
New Zealand have successfully defended their Oceania U-17 championship title at Luganville Soccer City Stadium in Luganville, Vanuatu, after defeating Papua New Guinea 4-0. The Young All Whites, having dominated the tournament and securing five ...
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SCIENCE News, Studies, Research, Technology, Apr 28, 2013

Research study on Youths' Internet/addictedness
Bahrain News Agency
Manama: April 28 -- (BNA)-- A new scientific research study on the subject of: (Youths' Internet Addictedness and Ethical Values recommended in the Kingdom of Bahrain) conducted by University of Bahrain (UoB)'s Assistant Professor, Dr. Hashim Awad, ...
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AFRICA News, Apr 28, 2013

S.Africa sees record number of tourists - Business Recorder
Business Recorder (blog)
image JOHANNESBURG: A record 9.2 million tourists visited South Africa last year, President Jacob Zuma said Thursday, revealing a surge in visitors from China. The number of tourists travelling to South Africa grew by more than 10 percent, despite the...
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Everyday Health - How to Fight Fatigue and Stop Feeling Tired Apr 28, 2013

Learn How to Fight Fatigue
"You don't know from tired until you've dealt with a condition like rheumatoid arthritis: up to 98 percent of people report energy-sapping fatigue, according to the Arthritis Foundation. Debilitating exhaustion is also common with such conditions as fibromyalgia, depression, and, of course, chronic fatigue syndrome. Fatigue is one of the most common complaints that drives these patients to the doctor, but it turns out that a few little lifestyle changes can go a long way to boost your energy levels. Try these tips to feel like yourself again."
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ABC News - WWII Vet Who Provided Flag on Iwo Jima Has Died, Apr 28, 2013

PHOTO: U.S. Marines of the 28th Regiment, 5th Division, raise the American flag atop Mt. Suribachi in Iwo Jima, Japan, Feb. 23, 1945.
 "Alan Wood, a World War II veteran credited with providing the flag in the famous flag-raising on Iwo Jima, has died. He was 90. Wood died April 18 of natural causes at his Sierra Madre home, his son Steven Wood said Saturday. Wood was a 22-year-old Navy officer in charge of communications on a landing ship on Iwo Jima's shores Feb. 23, 1945 when a Marine asked him for the biggest flag that he could find. After five days of fighting to capture the Japanese-held island, U.S. forces had managed to scale Mount Suribachi to hoist an American flag. Wood happened to have a 37-square-foot flag he had found months before in a Pearl Harbor Navy depot. ."
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INDIA Cinema News, Apr 28, 2013

India shines at international film festivals
New York Daily News
New Delhi, April 26 -- India's popularity at international film festivals is growing by leaps and bounds with the country's cinema making its presence felt worldwide. As a result, there has been an increase in the Indian celeb footfall at these ...
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