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HEALTH News, Fitness, Wellness, Diets, May 20, 2013

Top 15 diabetic diet tips for Indians
Times of India
Though dry fruits may seem like a healthy snack, it is not a good option for diabetics, as the fructose can spike your sugar level. Go for fresh fruits rather than dry fruits for diabetes control (but there are some restrictions... we'll come to it ...
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SPORTS, Athletics News, May 20, 2013

WV soccer, football athletes to compete at collegiate level
Citizen Standard
Citizen-Standard Photo Williams Valley's Collin Harrison and TJ Leiter signed to play soccer on the college level. Pictured are, seated, from left, Jennifer Harrison, Colin Harrison, TJ Leiter, Natalie Leiter; standing, from left, Doug Harrison, Randy ...
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CANBERRA TIMES" News, May 20, 2013

In Australia, eggs bigger source of food poisoning than chicken
Barfblog (blog)
As some of the 140 sickened with Salmonella linked to raw egg mayonnaise in Canberra prepare for legal action, The Canberra Times confirms that Australia has an egg problem (that's what the headline says). There has been an average of 100 cases a year ...
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DAILY MAIL News, May 20, 2013

Paper Monitor: Ending it like Beckham

BBC News
While the Indy - and its younger sibling the i - relegate poor Becks to two square inches "under the fold", none of their rivals can resist the selling power of the world's most marketable man (practically). Paper Monitor's favourite is the Daily ...
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CBS News, May 20, 2013

Ken Venturi dies: CBS golf analyst remembered for 1964 US Open win (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
Ken Venturi, who overcame dehydration to win the 1964 U.S. Open and spent 35 years in the booth forCBS Sports, died Friday afternoon. Skip to next paragraph. Related stories. The Majors: A history quiz on golf's biggest tournaments · Tiger Woods ...
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UFO News, May 20, 2013

Military Pilot Reports UFO With “Aliens Aboard It” (VIDEO)
According to his story, a pair of UFOs — each about 18 feet across — dove into the water just 20 feet off the Newfoundland coast and could be seen floating just beneath the surface. Even weirder, he says he could see alien creatures working away ...
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EUROZONE Crisis News, May 20, 2013

Why The Euro Could Tank As The Eurozone Crisis Comes To An End Business Insider
The Eurozone still faces a gigantic economic crisis, but the decline in Greek bond yields should serve as a clear indicator that the acute sovereign debt/financial crisis part of this is over. Katie Martin at WSJ has a great post up about a new ...
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AFRICA News, May 20, 2013

Ritual circumcision kills 23 males in South Africa

Ritual circumcision is common among South Africa´s ethnic Xhosa, Sotho and Ndebele ethnic groups. Deaths at so-called initiation schools in South Africa are common, with several hundred cases recorded in recent years due to bleeding and infections.
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THE SUN News, May 20, 2013

UK: The Sun's politics editor charged over bribery
Lexington Herald Leader
LONDON — Britain's prosecutors say that a politics and government editor with The Sun tabloid has been charged over a conspiracy to pay thousands of pounds (dollars) worth of bribes to a press officer working in the British government's tax department.
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SYRIA News, May 20, 2013

Syria's Assad says he won't step down
San Francisco Chronicle
BEIRUT (AP) — Syrian President Bashar Assad said in a newspaper interview Saturday he won't step down before elections and that the United States has no right to interfere in his country's politics, raising new doubts about a U.S-Russian effort to get ...
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DIED, May 20, 2013

Argentina's former dictator Videla dies Press TV
He died of natural causes, behind bars, serving life for crimes against humanity in the Marcos Paz prison, located in Buenos Aires province. The 87-year old dictator led Argentina between 1976 and 1981. Official reports have proved that 30,000 people ...
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CNN News - Teen's prize-winning invention may charge your phone in 20 seconds, May 20, 2013

In this image from CNN affiliate KPIX, 18-year-old Eesha Khare shows off her device that can charge phones in seconds.
 "CNN) -- A tiny device that can recharge cell phone batteries in as little as 30 seconds won 18-year-old Eesha Khare a major science award that will help fund her college education at Harvard University. Khare traveled from her California home to Phoenix last week for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, where her invention was honored as one of two winners of Young Scientist Awards. "I'm in a daze. I can't believe this happened," Khare, a senior at Lynbrook High School in Saratoga, told CNN affiliate KPIX 5. Khare's device, a black, rectangular type of supercapacitor just over an inch long, can charge a cell phone battery in 20 to 30 seconds, she said. "I developed a new supercapacitor, which is basically an energy storage device which can hold a lot of energy in a small amount of volume," she told KPIX 5. The technology may also be able to speed up charging of automobile batteries, she said."
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