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Deadly cat feces killing thousands of marine mammals
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Lasers, microwave deployed in high-speed trading arms race
LONDON — Laser beams and microwave dishes are the latest weapons in an arms race to shave milliseconds off dealing times in the shadowy world of high-speed, computerized financial trading.
Alan Alda wants scientists, doctors to cut the jargon
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Primrose oil no better than placebo for eczema, study finds
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Molecules star in world's tiniest movie by IBM
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The end of humanity is near: This time for real
The media gets flak for hyping up bad news. Everything you thought was increasing longevity in fact causes heart disease. Swine flu is coming to a city near you. And this, the latest: This may well be humanity’s final century.
Bangladesh marks May Day with demands for safety
A raucous procession of workers on foot, pickup trucks and motorcycles wound its way through central Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Wednesday. They waved the national flag and banners, beat drums and chanted "direct action!" and "death penalty!"
China career boost can endanger your health
BEIJING — Whitney Foard Small loved China and her job as a regional director of communications for a top automaker. But after air pollution led to several stays in hospital and finally a written warning from her doctor telling her she needed to leave, Small packed up and left for Thailand.
French president's wine to help pay off national deficit
PARIS — It's the most refined and thirst-quenching of diplomatic devices that has helped cement ties between France and its international allies.
Tsarnaev homeland Chechnya rebuilt but ruled by fear
GROZNY, Russia — When it was last in the international spotlight, Chechnya was in ruins, its capital, Grozny, reduced to dust by the deadliest artillery and air onslaught in Europe since World War II.
Church boots out Brazil priest for liberal views on gays, marriage
The Catholic Church has excommunicated a Brazilian priest after he defended homosexuality, open marriage and other practices counter to Church teaching in online videos.
Bomb in Russia's Dagestan kills 2 teenagers near mall
MOSCOW — A bomb left in a bag exploded near a shopping mall in the capital of Russia's turbulent Dagestan Republic on Wednesday, killing two teenagers, the Internal Ministry said.
Paramilitary soap opera stirs debate in Colombia
BOGOTA, Colombia — Cutting through the shadows of moonlight, three brothers climb out of a truck and trudge slowly, silently toward a dark hill. There, wrapped in a blanket, they find the body of their father.
What could UN sleuths unearth at Iran's nuclear base?
SEIBERSDORF, Austria — The self-styled "Sherlock Holmeses" of the U.N. nuclear watchdog, now seeking access to a major Iranian base, say they have the capability to find tiny traces of atomic material at a site even if a country were to try to cover it up.
Italy's 1st black minister highlights race problem
ROME — It was hailed as a giant step forward for racial integration in a country that has long been ill at ease with its growing immigrant classes. But Cecile Kyenge's appointment as Italy's first black cabinet minister has instead exposed the nation's ugly race problem, a blight that flares regularly at sports events with racist taunts and in the diatribes of xenophobic politicians — but has now raised its head in the center of political life.
US presses China to stop thefts of trade secrets
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British overseas territories sign deal to curb tax evasion
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Bangladesh building collapse victims buried
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Chinese officials hiding their lavish expenditures
BEIJING — China's top newspaper warned Wednesday that some government officials were avoiding new President Xi Jinping's graft-busting instructions to be frugal by taking banquets and other lavish displays underground, including hiding liquor in water bottles.
Bolivia expels US aid agency after Kerry calls Latin America 'our backyard'
Bolivia told a U.S. aid agency to get out after Secretary of State John Kerry referred to Latin America as Washington's "backyard," a term that evokes memory of U.S.-backed coups of the past.
British granny on Bali death row gets no help from UK govt
A British woman facing death by firing squad for smuggling drugs into Bali has called out the U.K. for its lack of help and says it’s "tantamount to condoning the death penalty," according to the BBC.
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