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Canadian gov't suppressed info on polar ice melt

Canada’s Conservative-led government has tried to keep Canadians from finding out just how rapidly the Arctic ice is melting by suppressing the findings of its own scientists, as well as forbidding them from talking about global climate change.

Israel says Hamas military chief likely killed in air strike

Gaza - After missiles once again rained down on Israel this week, an airstrike conducted by Israel on Wednesday is believed to have killed Hamas chief Mohammed Deif in Gaza, according to a Fox News report.

Brita recalls children’s water bottles due to risk

Taunusstein - Four varieties of children’s water bottles produced by Brita have been recalled throughout the U.S. after it was discovered that the lids can break into sharp pieces, posing a potential laceration hazard.

Senate Democrats split with Obama over nonproliferation

Washington - No less than 26 senators are calling on the Obama administration to drop plans to cut the nuclear nonproliferation Department of Energy budget by $400 million.

Doctors remove 38-year-old baby skeleton from woman's abdomen

A 62-year-old Indian woman went to the hospital complaining of stomach pain and discovered that the cause was a 38-year-old baby skeleton.

Op-Ed: Income control- A nasty trick coming to a government near you

Sydney - Income control is the process of managing welfare recipients’ money by governments. This includes not being allowed to purchase alcohol and tobacco, and withholding of money to pay rent and expenses.

Four brothers beheaded for smuggling marijuana into Saudi Arabia

Riyad - Two sets of brothers were beheaded using swords in the city of Jajran in southwestern Saudi Arabia on Monday August 18th after being convicted of smuggling marijuana into the country according to the Saudi Interior Ministry.

Op-Ed: New research puts Global Warming on ice

New global warming research disputes the dire predictions of global warming activists who look at man’s pollution of the environment through a fuzzy political lens, Activists must cool their rhetoric for at least another decade or so.

Peanut & almond butter Salmonella risk

A unit of Hain Celestial Group Inc. is recalling some peanut and almond butter because of possible salmonella contamination.

Scottish nationalists accused of inflating oil reserves by 60%

Sir Ian Wood, the most prominent figure in the Scottish oil industry, has warned Alex Salmond's Scottish National Party is exaggerating North Sea oil reserves by up to 60 percent.

Drunk Segway driver a first for Norwegian police

Oslo - Police in Norway have had a novel experience as they arrested their very first drunk driver on a Segway machine. The Norwegian government had only recently lifted a ban on the vehicles when the incident occurred.

US missionaries beat Ebola as crisis worsens in W.Africa

Monrovia - Two American missionaries who contracted Ebola while treating patients in Liberia have left hospital after making a full recovery, doctors said on Thursday, as authorities in the west African nation struggled to deal with their dead.

Op-Ed: Toronto let's go spend at the Exhibition! Special

Toronto - Every year over 1 million people visit Toronto's Canadian National Exhibition, known to locals as The Ex. Those visitors will open their wallets for great buys at the shopping areas, food vendors and to enjoy the carnival midway.

America's foes crow over Ferguson shooting unrest

Paris - Usually, it is the United States that doles out rebukes over human rights abuses to the troublesome country of the day.

Davutoglu: controversial architect of Turkey's foreign policy

Ankara - Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, who will be Turkey's next prime minister, is a loyal ally of incoming president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the chief architect of an assertive but increasingly controversial foreign policy.

St. Louis police allegedly shoot another African American suspect

St Louis - A cell phone video has emerged showing St. Louis police allegedly shooting an African American male in broad daylight after he stole two sodas from a local store.

Op-Ed: Answers to Ferguson police shooting to lead to justice - one day

Let's start here: if the policeman, now known to be Darren Wilson, stood over young Michael Brown and executed him then he's guilty of murder. IF. Yes, the protesters in Ferguson want justice now but unhappily that takes time. And facts.

Weight loss can avoid kidney disease in diabetics: Study

Some 35 percent of people with diabetes will, to varying degrees of severity, go on to develop kidney disease, many requiring dialysis. New research suggests that for diabetics who lose weight the chances of developing kidney disease is lowered.

Hoopoes' eggs change color according to mother’s health

Biologists have discovered that preen gland secretion causes hoopoes’ eggs to change color, signalling about the health of the mother bird.

Ferroelectric materials show promise

Electronic devices with unprecedented efficiency and data storage may someday run on ferroelectrics - remarkable materials that use built-in electric polarizations to read and write digital information.
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