Daily Archives: May 8, 2013

Moyes braced for Man United hotseat

Everton manager David Moyes is expected to be named as Alex Ferguson’s successor at Manchester United Thursday, as the widely-respected Scot moves into English football’s most demanding and historic job

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Villas-Boas prays for luck in top-four chase

Tottenham Hotspur manager Andre Villas-Boas remains upbeat about his side’s chances of Champions League qualification, despite their destiny no longer being in their hands after the 2-2 draw with Chelsea

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A California State Senator Is Trying To Outlaw 3-D Printed Guns

The Liberator 3D Printed Gun, disassembled

The only vital metal component? A nail, used as a firing pin. read more

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Black women may have highest multiple sclerosis rates

Large study counters common assumption that whites get MS more

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Europe is one big family

Continent shares common ancestry about 30 generations ago

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FOR KIDS: Inspired medical research

Teens make real advances in biomedical science

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FOR KIDS: American cannibals

Skull fragment suggests starving colonists may have eaten one of their own

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Atom's core gets pear-shaped

Tapering asymmetry of some nuclei confirms predictions

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Civil servants to start paying for retirement dues

Civil servants will start contributing towards their retirement benefits in July, setting them up for a lower take-home pay that they have successfully resisted in the past five years.

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Helb beneficiaries get one-month amnesty to clear loans

Graduates who have not paid loans borrowed to finance their university education have one more month to do so without suffering the heavy penalties.

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News in Brief: Ice loss from Greenland's glaciers may level off

Simulation suggests long-term effect on sea level not as dire as some predictions

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Court orders Pattni not to interfere with file

The Court of Appeal has ordered businessman Kamlesh Pattni not to interfere with the High Court file where he was cleared of the Sh5.8 billion Goldenberg fraud.

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New WTO chief’s pledge on reforms gives Africa hope

Like eight other developing nation candidates — who included Kenya Cabinet nominee for Foreign Affairs Amina Mohamed — Brazilian diplomat Roberto Azevedo may not have known before hand what lay ahead of him

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MPs plot Budget cut to boost counties

The House is on Thursday set to compel the Treasury to cut back the national Budget to increase county allocation by Sh32.5 billion.

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