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Partial Meltdowns Presumed at Crippled Reactors
New York Times - Sat Mar 12, 2011
TOKYO - Three days after a massive earthquake and tsunami, the Japanese authorities were still struggling Sunday to avoid full meltdowns at a plant with two stricken reactors on Japan's coast. More»

Japan warns of second nuclear plant explosion
AFP - Sat Mar 12, 2011
Japan's top government spokesman has warned of the risk of a second explosion at the quake-hit Fukushima nuclear plant, but said that reactor three could withstand it as reactor one did a day earlier. More»

Japan quake causes emergencies at 5 nuke reactors
Associated Press - Thu Mar 10, 2011
TOKYO - Japan declared states of emergency for five nuclear reactors at two power plants after the units lost cooling ability in the aftermath of Friday's powerful earthquake. More»

Photo: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange WILL be extradited to Sweden WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange WILL be extradited to Sweden
The Daily Mail - Wed Feb 23, 2011
The founder of whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, will be extradited to Sweden to answer sex attack allegations, a judge has ruled. More»

Police sex files on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange are leaked online
The Daily Mail - Sat Feb 5, 2011
Swedish police documents on the Julian Assange sex cases have been leaked online. More»

Photo: WikiLeaks Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize for Promoting Freedom of Speech WikiLeaks Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize for Promoting Freedom of Speech
AlterNet - Tue Feb 1, 2011
Whistle-blower website WikiLeaks has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, Norwegian politician Snorre Valen, who was behind the nod, tells Reuters. More»

Global Spate of Mysterious Animal Deaths
Associated Press - Tue Jan 4, 2011
More and more animals are being found dead as the mysterious spate of mass bird and fish deaths has turned into a global phenomenon. More»

Interpol puts WikiLeaks founder on most-wanted list
CNN - Mon Nov 29, 2010
Interpol, at the request of a Swedish court looking into alleged sex crimes from earlier this year, has put WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on its most-wanted listed. More»

First of 33 trapped Chilean miners rescued
Reuters - Mon Oct 11, 2010
SAN JOSE MINE, Chile - Florencio Avalos, the first of 33 miners to be rescued, has surfaced after 69 days underground. More»

Photo: Dr David Kelly was on a hitlist, says UN weapons expert Dr David Kelly was on a hitlist, says UN weapons expert
The Daily Mail - Fri Aug 13, 2010
A leading UN weapons inspector last night added his voice to the growing clamour for a full inquest into the death of Dr David Kelly. More»

Photo: New questions over Dr Kelly's post-mortem after pathologist 'mixed up' two servicemen's remains New questions over Dr Kelly's post-mortem after pathologist 'mixed up' two servicemen's remains
The Daily Mail - Thu Aug 5, 2010
The pathologist who carried out the post-mortem on weapons inspector Dr David Kelly is under investigation after 'mixing up' two servicemens' remains. More»

EU clears six types of GM maize for animal feed
AFP - Thu Jul 29, 2010
BRUSSELS - European regulators authorised on Wednesday the import of six types of genetically-modified maize for use in animal feed after governments were deadlocked over whether to ban or approve them. More»

Blast hits Russia's largest coal mine, 12 dead
Associated Press - Sat May 8, 2010
MOSCOW - Rescue workers scrambled Sunday to save 83 people trapped in Russia's largest underground coal mine after two explosions killed at least 12 people and injured dozens more, officials said. More»

Iceland's volcanic ash halts flights across Europe
Associated Press - Wed Apr 14, 2010
LONDON - An ash cloud from Iceland's spewing volcano halted air traffic across a wide swath of Europe on Thursday, grounding planes on a scale unseen since the 2001 terror attacks as authorities stopped all flights over Britain, Ireland and the Nordic countries. More»

Photo: CIA 'caused French village to go mad in the Fifties by spiking baguettes with LSD CIA 'caused French village to go mad in the Fifties by spiking baguettes with LSD
Daily Mail, UK - Fri Mar 12, 2010
The CIA caused an entire French village to go mad nearly 60 years ago by spiking their baguettes with the mind-bending drug LSD, a new investigation claims. More»

Photo: David Kelly post mortem to be kept secret for 70 years as doctors accuse Lord Hutton of concealing vital information David Kelly post mortem to be kept secret for 70 years as doctors accuse Lord Hutton of concealing vital information
Daily Mail, UK - Sun Jan 24, 2010
Vital evidence which could solve the mystery of the death of Government weapons inspector Dr David Kelly will be kept under wraps for up to 70 years. More»

85 elderly quake survivors await death in Haiti
Associated Press - Sat Jan 16, 2010
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - The old lady crawls in the dirt, wailing for her pills. More»

7.0 quake hits Haiti; many casualties expected
Associated Press - Tue Jan 12, 2010
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - A powerful earthquake struck Haiti's capital on Tuesday with withering force, toppling everything from simple shacks to the ornate National Palace. More»

Big freeze kills at least 80 across Europe
AFP - Sun Dec 20, 2009
PARIS - The death toll from winter storms across Europe rose to at least 80 on Monday as transport chaos spread amid mounting anger over the three-day failure of Eurostar high-speed trains. More»

British UN scientist's death was 'not suicide', Gordon Brown is told
Daily Mail, UK - Sat Nov 14, 2009
Gordon Brown is being urged to intervene in an investigation into the mysterious death of British scientist Timothy Hampton. More»

Italian judge convicts 23 in CIA kidnap case
Associated Press - Tue Nov 3, 2009
MILAN - An Italian judge on Wednesday convicted 23 Americans in absentia of the 2003 kidnapping of an Egyptian cleric from a Milan street, in a landmark case involving the CIA's extraordinary rendition program in the war on terrorism. More»

Three policemen injured and BBC in lockdown as hundreds protest over BNP leader's Question Time showdown
Daily Mail, UK - Wed Oct 21, 2009
Brandishing banners and holding scarlet flares, an angry mob of more than 1,000 protesters laid siege to the BBC last night. More»

Corazon Aquino, Philippines president, dead at 76
Associated Press - Thu Jul 30, 2009
MANILA, Philippines - Former President Corazon Aquino, who swept away a dictator with a "people power" revolt and then sustained democracy by fighting off seven coup attempts in six years, died on Saturday, her son said. More»

Photo: Brawl breaks out in South Korean parliament Brawl breaks out in South Korean parliament
Associated Press - Tue Jul 21, 2009
SEOUL, South Korea - Hundreds of competing lawmakers screamed and wrestled in South Korea's parliament Wednesday as a rivalry over contentious media reform bills descended into a brawl that sent at least one to a hospital. More»

Photo: 13 doctors demand inquest into Dr David Kelly's death 13 doctors demand inquest into Dr David Kelly's death
Daily Mail, UK - Sun Jul 12, 2009
The death of Government scientist David Kelly returned to haunt Labour today as a group of doctors announced that they were mounting a legal challenge to overturn the finding of suicide. More»

84 Afghan girls hospitalized in apparent poisoning
Associated Press - Mon May 11, 2009
MUHMUD RAQI, Afghanistan - At least 84 Afghan schoolgirls were admitted to a hospital Tuesday for headaches and vomiting in the third apparent poison attack on a girls school in as many weeks, officials and doctors said. More»

Swine Flu: 5 Things You Need to Know About the Outbreak
Time - Sun Apr 26, 2009
Concern that the world could be on the brink of the first influenza pandemic in more than 40 years escalated Sunday as France, Hong Kong, New Zealand and Spain reported potential new cases in which people had been infected with swine flu and Canada confirmed several new cases. More»

Mad cow disease suspected in Spanish doctor's death
CNN - Sat Mar 28, 2009
A Spanish pathologist who specialized in a human strain of mad cow disease died Saturday, and officials suspect the disease played a role in his death, officials said. More»

Photo: Volcano erupts near Tokyo raining ash down on city Volcano erupts near Tokyo raining ash down on city
Associated Press - Sun Feb 1, 2009
TOKYO - A volcano erupted near Tokyo early Monday, spewing a plume of smoke more than a mile high and raining ash down on parts of the city. More»

Iceland's government topples amid financial mess
Associated Press - Sun Jan 25, 2009
REYKJAVIK, Iceland - Iceland's coalition government collapsed on Monday after an unprecedented wave of public dissent, plunging the island nation into political turmoil as it seeks to rebuild an economy shattered by the global financial crisis. More»

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