Daily Archives: September 22, 2013

Israeli forces join Kenyan mall stand-off: source

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Kenyatta’s nephew killed in mall massacre

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South African dead in Kenya mall massacre

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No one must be killed – Al Jama-ah

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Kenya mall survivors recount horror

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Emmy honours for Danes and Daniels

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Gun violence must stop now – Obama

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Merkel eyes third term in German election

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Twin suicide blasts in Pakistan kill at least 56

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden Defends Decision to Suspend Science Program

The garden, which has faced criticism for temporarily closing its science center and laying off three employees last month, cited the disrepair of the building and a $750,000 budget gap. read more

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‘Old Smokey’ Is Long Gone From Miami, but Its Toxic Legacy Lingers

Years after a trash incinerator stopped operating in the West Grove neighborhood, its legacy might be more ominous than soiled laundry: contaminants like arsenic remain in the soil. read more

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Texas Monthly: With Lakes Drying Up, Businesses Are Parched

With Central Texas lakes at their lowest levels in over 60 years, many business owners are suffering because customer traffic has been greatly reduced . read more

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Military Lags in Push for Robotic Ground Vehicles

Amid spending cuts, the United States military, which helped kick-start the technology for self-driving cars, has remained focused on unmanned aerial vehicles. read more

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Scientists set to prepare strongest warning that warming man-made

OSLO (Reuters) – Scientists meet on Monday to prepare the strongest warning yet that climate change is man-made and will cause more heatwaves, droughts and floods this century unless governments take action. read more

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