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January 1, 1970 12:00 am gmt |
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Ed Miliband’s hopes for the election have been boosted by a poll showing Labour has opened up a four-point lead over the Tories following last week’s televised contest between him and David Cameron. The YouGov poll for the Sunday Times, taken after Thursday’s Channel 4/Sky TV grilling for the two par...
In Canada
January 1, 1970 12:00 am gmt |
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A six-year-old girl who was missing AT  Ariel Tenhave-Sargeant was last seen Tuesday in the Morning side Ave. E. and Lawrence Ave. E. area at 7 p.m. She is described as 5’4″ tall, 115 lbs with a light complexion, with curly black shoulder length hair and dark brown eyes.  She was last seen wearing bl...
In Canada
January 1, 1970 12:00 am gmt |
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Nina Dobrev is a most beautiful lady in the world. She is a Bulgarian Canadian actress and model. She was born in Bulgaria but raised in Canada. Dobrev has appeared in a number of feature films, including Fugitive Pieces, Away from Her, Never Cry Werewolf and played a series of drama. Travelling is h...
In World
January 1, 1970 12:00 am gmt |
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Concern of ending the civil war; the president of Syria has been declared that he awaiting to negotiate with US. Syria’ president is awaiting “actions” from the US after Secretary of State John Kerry said negotiations to end the country’s conflict should include him. The civil...
In World
January 1, 1970 12:00 am gmt |
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Dozens of protesters disrupted the event, which follows the British National Party winning its first two seats in the European Parliament.  Chanting anti-Nazi slogans and holding placards they surrounded Mr Griffin as he was bundled into a car. Mr Griffin was elected for the North West region –...
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January 1, 1970 12:00 am gmt |
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The Australian diplomatic office in Kenya on Friday warned of a possible terrorist attack here in the capital, reiterating its recommendation that protests and political rallies be avoided. The warning came two days after the United States issued a similar advisory for neighboring Uganda. Australian ...
In World
January 1, 1970 12:00 am gmt |
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These are the cactus plants in an island called “Cactus Island” in Bolivia. This Cactus island is very famous for its cactus plants as they glow like gold under the sunlight. It’s believed that this cactus island may have been surrounded by salt water earlier and now the sea has evaporated. And that ...
In World
January 1, 1970 12:00 am gmt |
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Hundreds of mourners gathered Friday at a state funeral for former conservative prime minister Malcolm Fraser, who came to power in 1975 with Australia’s greatest constitutional crisis and died last week aged 84. Prime Minister Tony Abbott was to attend the ceremony at Melbourne’s Scots&#...
In World
January 1, 1970 12:00 am gmt |
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Dottyback is a kind of fish which uses its skin pigments to attack prey and also to reduce the risk of them from eaten themselves. Dottyback fish change the ratio of its skin pigments and the ratio change brings them the lighter skin and darker skin and protect them from the enemies. Dottybacks can b...
In World
January 1, 1970 12:00 am gmt |
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Throughout the world, many living things announce the arrival of summer. In Netherlands, Tulips cover the farming land like carpets....
In World
January 1, 1970 12:00 am gmt |
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Due to the high levels of pressure, the staff absence for mental health problems has increased in England. This is mainly because of the increased workloads and changes to services. Normally, the sickness absence related to mental health problems is on the rise among the hospital staff. To settle thi...
In Europe
January 1, 1970 12:00 am gmt |
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Millions of people could witness the best solar eclipse in years seen from the UK and northern Europe later. A path across the Earth’s surface will be plunged into darkness as the Moon covers up the Sun. The event’s geometry means that in the UK the Sun will be between 83% and 98% covered...