Daily Archives: September 26, 2013

Interpol joins hunt for ‘white widow’

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No word from Kenya on passport: Pandor

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‘White widow’ passport a fake: Pandor

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America, Russia agree on Syria deal

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New trial for jailed ‘warning shot’ woman

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Baker sued over penis-shaped cake

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Adopted child’s death grips Spain

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Kerry to push US nuke stance with Iran

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Pakistan dengue outbreak kills 23

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US man behind anti-Islam film freed

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South Africa offers Pakistan in coal exploration for power energy

ISLAMABAD: (By Yasir Habib Khan)— South Africa has announced to assist Pakistan in exploration of coal reserves to produce electricity. read more

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Industry Still Churns, Even as Cleanup Plan Proceeds for a Canal

A $500 million plan will focus on the decades-old toxic muck at the bottom of the canal, though nearby businesses are still being cited for sometimes treating the canal like a waste dump. read more

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The Texas Tribune: It’s Not the Rare Birds They Mind So Much. It’s the Watchdogs.

Texas ranchers are crucial to the protection of the declining lesser prairie chicken, but they must set aside their deep suspicion of government efforts. read more

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After the Floods, a Deluge of Worry About Oil

As waters recede from Colorado’s drilling epicenter, the sight of drowning oil wells has inflamed the debate over the environment. read more

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