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Species in decline worldwide, humans at risk

Medell - Human activity has driven animals and plants into decline in every region of the world, putting our own well-being at risk by over-harvesting and polluting, a comprehensive species survey warned Friday.

Scientists to release mammoth survey of Nature's vital signs

Medell - Scientists will deliver a comprehensive assessment Friday of the state of biodiversity -- the animals and plants that humankind depends on to survive but has driven into a mass species extinction.

Gunman in Orlando gay club shooting was a regular: Report

Orlando - The gunman who massacred 49 people at the Pulse club in Orlando was himself a regular at the gay nightspot, four clubgoers told the Orlando Sentinel.

Here's how companies really resist negative comments online

With news stories freely accessible to read online all the time, consumers can easily learn about all the latest events at companies. But what if the latest isn't actually very positive?

Pot grower posts weekly grow reports on YouTube and gets arrested

Las Vegas - Police in Las Vegas raided a marijuana grow house with help from the grower, who was posting weekly updates on YouTube showing off his crops.

Auditor General Fraser: No comment about G8 until Parliament sits

Ottawa - In April Sheila Fraser, Auditor General of Canada, made a statement about news reports about the audit of the G8 Legacy Infrastructure Fund. The statement is, in effect, a no-comment statement.

As promised, Wikileaks has published 400,000 Iraq war logs

A few minutes after midnight of Saturday 23/10 in Europe, both Al Jazeera and the New York Times came out with their reports about the mass of documents WikiLeaks has now made available about the Iraq war between 2003 and 2010.

Decent Work Programme to address unemployment in South Africa

Johannesburg - According to the latest reports of Statistics South Africa, a total of 4.3 million South Africans were unemployed at the first quarter of 2010. This is an unemployment increase of 0.9 of a percentage point.

Report: Nokia working on technology to charge your phone over air

Nokia is reportedly working on new technology which will allow users to charge their mobile phones over air waves, instead of having to plug their phone into a power point.

Op-Ed: Do You Care?

There are wars going on all the time. Nations killing their own. Millions a year die because of armed conflicts. Do we care?

Most Polluted Cities In America Study To Be Released

Pittsburgh win in the category of short-term particle pollution or soot which means that for the first time, a city outside California has been named the sootiest in the nation.

Consumer Reports Apologizes for Infant Car Seat Report

Consumer Reports says it's making some changes after car seat testing was performed incorrectly. The mistake forced the magazine into a public apology and withdrawal of its report.

Crying woman reports cannabis theft

A middle-aged New Zealand woman rang police to report a theft of cannabis plants she had been growing in buckets at her North Island home, local media reported Saturday.

Maybe it’s time to turn the television off

You would think that Mother Teresa had just died all over again the way the media - especially television - is covering every nuance of the life and death of Anna Nicole Smith.

Symantec Report Shows Internet Attacks Growing Rapidly

Symantec's released its 10th Internet security threat report and the results aint' good. Wiith threats at an all-time high, browser attacks exposing user information and spam making up 54 per cent of all email, it's time to start living under a rock.

Press Review

FINANCIAL TIMES: Britain's "Financial Times" says in an editorial that U.S., EU, and NATO diplomats have done well to propel Macedonia away from its imminent civil war, but that they must think bigger about a proposed international force. The newsp...

Around the World: From Wire Reports

Italy: Tourist base still at risk despite lava's slowdown Fountains of ash, rock and sand rained down Wednesday on Mount Etna, but a river of lava that had threatened to swallow a tourist station stopped its fiery advance – at least for a day. Emer..

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Macedonia: Mediators offer plans for political settlement Western mediators gave Macedonia's feuding ethnic groups new proposals Thursday for a political settlement to their conflict and said it was up to them to reach agreement. The negotiations...

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Japan: Sergeant suspected of rape to be turned over The Bush administration has agreed to Japan's demands that it turn over an Air Force sergeant suspected of raping a Japanese woman in Okinawa, U.S. officials said Thursday. U.S. Ambassador to Ja...

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