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May 11, 2013

NY Daily News - Astronauts at International Space Station stage emergency spacewalk to fix apparent leak, May 11, 2013

Astronauts Chris Cassidy, foreground, and Tom Marshburn prepare for a spacewalk from the International Space Station on Friday. NASA discovered a leaking coolant line outside the station. The line chills power systems but power was rerouted and is operating normally. The six-member crew is not in danger.
"CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Two astronauts took a hastily planned spacewalk Saturday to find and, possibly, fix a serious leak at the International Space Station. Flakes of frozen ammonia coolant were spotted Thursday drifting from the long frame that holds the solar panels on the left side. Less than 48 hours later, Thomas Marshburn and Christopher Cassidy emerged from the orbiting lab to hunt for the leak. They were prepared to replace a pump, if necessary."
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EARTHQUAKE News, May 11, 2013

6.2 magnitude quake kills child, causes damage in southern Iran
Indian Express
A strong earthquake of 6.2 magnitude hit southern Iran early today, killing one child and injuring at least 20 others in remote, mountainous villages, state television reported. The US Geological Survey registered the quake at 0738 IST, measured at 85 ...
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May 10, 2013

LATEST World News, May 10, 2013

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DAILY MIRROR News, May 10, 2013














Daily Mirror bulks up - but sales are doing better than The Sun's
The Guardian
I have been both pleased and puzzled by the fact that the Daily Mirror's circulation has appeared to be better of late than The Sun's. For the past couple of months, the officially audited figures by ABC have shown the Mirror declining by about 6% year ...
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May 8, 2013

SYRIA News, May 08, 2013

President Assad says Syria able to face Israel
Salt Lake Tribune
Iran, one of Syria's closest allies, and Hezbollah, a Lebanese militia allied with both Assad and Tehran, have become increasingly involved in Syria's civil war, supporting the regime with fighters, military advisers and weapons. Syria and Hezbollah ...
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LATEST World News, May 08, 2013

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TO VIMA - Thousands attend emotional tribute to Galis, May 08, 2013

Thousands attend emotional tribute to Galis
"Niko Galis, arguably one of the greatest European basketball players of all time, was honored in Thessaloniki by Aris BC, the team that first introduced him the Greek public. Thousands of fans packed the (formerly named) Alexandrio Palais des Sport to thank their “God”, who was barely able to hold back his tears. Many former team-mates, coaches and opponents were invited to say a few words about Galis; Panagiotis Giannakis, Nikos Filippou, Dino Radja, Audie Norris, Doron Jamchi, Giorgos Sigalas, Zelimir Obradovic and Giannis Ioannidis were just some of the star-studded guests who attended the ceremony and regaled the crowd with stories and a memories of Galis’ career. Aris BC decided to retire Galis’s iconic number 6, with Galis explaining that “there is no greater honor for an athlete than when his favorite team hangs up high his jersey”. At the end of the emotional ceremony it was also announced that the basketball stadium was renamed “Nick Galis Hall”."
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Sir Alex Ferguson to retire as Manchester United manager this summer? May 08, 2013


 "Sir Alex Ferguson is the longest serving manager in English football He has just won his 13th title with Manchester United Sir Alex could be set to retire this summer It seems that there is a new rumour going around that Sir Alex Ferguson is planning to retire as Manchester United manager this summer. The Telegraph claim that Sir Alex has decided to call time on his Manchester United career, due to his hip operation this summer."
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SOUTH KOREA News, May 08, 2013

S.Korea, US Must Tighten Security Around Military Secrets
The Chosun Ilbo
North Korea's National Defense Commission on Sunday demanded that South Korea stop "hostile activities and military provocations" if it wishes to reopen the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex. The commission singled out the imminent arrival of a ...
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NASA News, May 08, 2013

Mars from the Hubble space telescope
NASA Extends Contract For Russian Transportation To Space
RedOrbit
NASA signed another contract with the Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos) to continue using its services for transporting crew to and from the International Space Station (ISS). The move is a reminder of how the US still has no transportation to ...
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THAILAND News, May 08, 2013

Gun attack in Thailand's south leaves six dead
BBC News
Six people, including a young child, have been killed in southern Thailand after a gun attack at a village shop, police say. At least four gunmen fired bullets at the shop in Pattani province before escaping on motorbikes. The attack comes days after a ...
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DISCOVERY CHANNEL News, May 08, 2013

Discovery Channel competition looks for the next great American innovator
Washington Post
“The Big Brain Theory: Pure Genius,” Wednesdays on the Discovery Channel. Prime-time television is packed with reality shows that search for the next great singer, dancer, designer, model, chef and entrepreneur. This month, the Discovery Channel ...
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May 7, 2013

LATEST World News, May 07, 2013

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ROBOTICS News, May 07, 2013

Video Friday: Robo Raven Attacked, Robot Love In the Air, and Superbowl of the ...
IEEE Spectrum
But it wasn't a "controlled flight," as its creators describe a video released this week. The littlerobot, half the size of a paperclip and only 10 grams, is made of composite structures and powered by piezoelectric actuators. In the video, it flaps ...
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FOX NEWS, May 07, 2013

The Fox News Anchor Megyn Kelly Renews Contract
New York Times (blog)
A spokeswoman for Fox News did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Tuesday. The news of her contract renewal, confirmed by several people with knowledge of the situation, will come as good news to her fans, of which there are many; ...
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May 6, 2013

LATEST World News, May 06, 2013

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SYRIA News, May 06, 2013

Situation in Syria is Assad's fault: White House
Business Standard
"The fact of the matter is the terrible situation in Syria is the fault and responsibility of Bashar al-Assad. He has murdered tens of thousands of his own people. He has acted with impunity, like a tyrant, to hold onto power, and it is the rightful ...
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EUROZONE Crisis News, May 06, 2013

There is No Debt Crisis In Europe - Wall Street Pit
Wall Street Pit
Note that causality runs from a weakened economy allowed by the ECB to a debt andfinancial crisis in the Eurozone, not the other way around. This is a point Ramesh ...Monetary policy therefore remains very tight in the euro zone overall. One effect ...
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HEALTH News, Fitness, Wellness, Diets, May 06, 2013

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Why Most Weight Loss Diets Fail
Indiatimes.com
“The implications of this imaging study are crystal clear; if people want to lose excess weight, it would be more effective to consume healthy, low-fat/low-sugar foods during regular meals, rather than go for long periods of time without any caloric ...
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UFO News, May 06, 2013

Ex-Rep. Kilpatrick 'waiting to hear' evidence of space aliens
The Detroit News
Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick sits on a panel conducting the Citizen Hearing looking into UFO's and alienvisitors to Earth, at the National Press Club in Washington. (Cliff Owen/Special to Detroit News). Washington — Former U.S. Rep. Carolyn Cheeks ...
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