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on Sun Dec 21 3:01 AM

State-Run University Spent $96,000 on First-Class Tickets

THE FOUNDRY

LINCOLN, Neb. — The University of Nebraska has been dinged by the state auditor for allowing employees to spend nearly $96,000 on 20 first-class flights... Read More The post State-Run University Spent $96,000 on First-Class Airline Tickets...
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on Sat Dec 20 6:02 AM

The best medicine books of 2014 | @GrrlScientist | Science

THE GUARDIAN

Today’s “best of” list are my choices of books published in 2014 that focus on the topics of human biology, psychology and medicine. Continue reading...
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on Fri Dec 19 1:07 PM

2004 Boxing Day tsunami facts

THE TELEGRAPH

On the tenth anniversary of the disaster, Raziye Akkoc sifts through the numbers to explain the impact of the disaster and how the world responded
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on Fri Dec 19 1:07 PM

What is a tsunami? - Telegraph

THE TELEGRAPH

It's been 10 years on since the Boxing Day tsunami which devasted south east Asia, but what caused the disaster and why was its impact so devastating?
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on Fri Dec 19 12:00 PM

Rosemary Nyirumbe runs a school for young women fleeing slavery

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

St. Monica Girls’ Tailoring Center in Uganda teaches skills that allow women to earn a living for themselves – and often for the children they bore as slave 'wives.'
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on Fri Dec 19 5:48 AM

Kenya Targets Dogs in Ambitious Plan to Eradicate Rabies

VOICE OF AMERICA

Kenya is the first African country to embark on an ambitious program to completely eliminate rabies by vaccinating the country’s dogs. Other African countries are watching closely to see whether a disease that kills thousands every year could...
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11 new hotels we can't wait to check into in 2015

11 new hotels we can't wait to check into in 2015

CNN | on Fri, Dec 19, 3:37 AM

These fabulous new properties will make you want to rethink your upcoming holiday plans.
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on Thu Dec 18 6:14 PM

A picture about tech addiction won National Geographic's 2014 photo contest

MASHABLE

This year's National Geographic photo contest winner highlights humans in the wild (read: public transportation) doing what they do best: staring at their cellphones The winning image, titled "A Node Glows in the Dark," was taken by Brian Yen in...
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on Thu Dec 18 6:14 PM

A picture about tech addiction won National Geographic's 2014 photo contest

MASHABLE

This year's National Geographic photo contest winner highlights humans in the wild (read: public transportation) doing what they do best: staring at their cellphones The winning image, titled "A Node Glows in the Dark," was taken by Brian Yen in...
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on Thu Dec 18 7:31 AM

allAfrica.com: Africa: ICC - African Countries Support Court

ALL AFRICA

[HRW]New York -African countries expressed strong support for the International Criminal Court (ICC) at the 13th Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute, the court's founding document, African and international organizations present at the...
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