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The United States knows that peaceful power from atomic energy is no dream of the future. .. To hasten the day when fear of the atom will begin to disappear from the minds of people, and the governments of ...
SABC Digital News
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Our second music guests have performed on stages across the world in the United States and Europe and defy description thanks to their debonair vocals and guitar concoction. BLK JKS (pronounced "black jacks") are signed to one of America's premier indie rock labels Secretly Canadian, is made up of bassist , drummer Tshepang Ramoba, both of Soweto and guitarist Mpumi Mcata. The band members join us now to telll us more about their upcoming performance at the Soweto Theatre as part of the venue's Sounds of Soweto series which occurs on the last Friday of the month. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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Informed Comment
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Recent studies have shown that the prevalence of dementia in the United States declined between 2000 and 2012. However, we dont know whether this trend is connected to air pollution regulations, or if exposures to lower levels of PM2.5 in recent years still pose some degree of long-term threat to older Americans, especially those at risk for dementia. If long-term PM2.5 exposure indeed increases the risk for dementia, this would imply that public health organizations are underestimating the already large disease burden and health care costs associated with air pollution. For instance, the World Health Organization’s latest assessment of the global burden of disease caused by PM2.5 does not include dementia. Air pollution levels are much higher in India, China and many other developing nations than U.S. levels. The World Health Organization recommends reducing PM 2.
ABC News - United States
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Gina and Doug Dahlen, with whom the Rucki sisters lived with, said no efforts were made to conceal the girls.
ABC News - United States
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Dale Nathan said that the night Sandra Grazzini-Rucki's daughters ran away, he was in the car with her.
South China Morning Post
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The US military has acknowledged for the first time that it launched an air strike against the Islamic State in the densely packed Iraqi city of Mosul, where residents say more than 100 people were killed in a single event. If confirmed, the March 17 incident would mark the greatest loss of civilian life since the United States began strikes on Islamic State targets in Iraq and Syria in 2014. An initial review showed that the coalition struck Islamic State fighters and equipment...
ScienceDaily
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than governments within Europe. The United States fought civil war over differences of opinion as well. As well as slavery, of course. There are different economies bound together by the same currency
BBC News 24
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The security services in Britain and the United States have advised that laptops and similar devices should no longer be allowed on certain flights, to counter the threat from sophisticated bombs. But in London this week - as we have seen in France and Germany in the past year - low tech terrorism is also deadly and difficult to prevent
CNN
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Parts of the Vegas strip have been shut down while swat teams are deployed.
ABC News - United States
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Parts of the Vegas strip have been shut down while swat teams are deployed.
BBC News 24
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in the Iraqi city of Mosul? The United States say it is now investigating but admits coalition forces were carrying out air strikes, where many people have been killed. The fight to retake the city from the group calling itself Islamic State started last October. The Iraqi army is being supported by US-led coalition airstrikes
Sputnik International
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Sputnik International
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ABC News - United States
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The pilot of the small Cessna plane was killed, but the homeowners were not in the house at the time of the crash.
Voice Of America
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" Many events were staged to draw awareness to how human activities contribute to climate change. In India, hundreds of cyclists participated in "Pedal for the Planet," part of a campaign to encourage people to save energy and minimize the use of fossil fuels. Organizer Anuj Mathur told Reuters news agency, "This is for our society, this is for the well-being of our planet and this is something we need to give to our kids, to our generation. So this we are doing for the planet, and this is a small initiative to show our commitment toward our country and society." Largest group of its kind The World Wide Fund for Nature dates to 1961, when it was founded in Switzerland as the World Wildlife Fund. The world's largest conservation organization changed its name years later to reflect a broader focus on all environmental issues rather than just wildlife; it is still known as the World Wildlife Fund in the United States and Canada, and all units worldwide use the acronym WWF.
Breitbart News
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In a video message, Kristan Hawkins, who heads the largest millennial pro-life organization in the United States, tells Republicans they are expected to keep their promise to defund Planned Parenthood – “no matter how you have to do it.”