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Russia outlines plans to support oil prices

Russia on Sunday proposed a list of measures to support world oil prices, calling for lower output from producers as part of the plan. Greater coordination among producers will raise concerns among oil consuming nations. Full Story : Reuters.com…..

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Increased Number Think Global Warming Is “Exaggerated”

Although a majority of Americans believe the seriousness of global warming is either correctly portrayed in the news or underestimated, a record-high 41% now say it is exaggerated. Altogether, 68% of U.S. adults believe the effects of global warming will be manifest at some point in their lifetimes, indicating the public largely believes the problem is real. Full Story : Gallup.com

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YouTube blocks UK users from watching music videos

YouTubeGoogle Inc. said Monday it will block U.K. users from watching music videos on its popular video-sharing site YouTube after negotiations with Britain’s music royalty-collecting body broke down. It was not clear how long the music videos would stay blocked. Full Story : AP…..

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Facebook launches Arabic version

Social networking site Facebook, has officially launched in Arabic. Arabic, spoken by 250 million people ‚Äì and Hebrew, spoken by 7 million ‚Äì will now be available from a drop-down menu at the bottom of the homepage. Facebook is now available in 40 languages with more than 60 others in development. Full Story : Guardian….

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Secret Message Found In Lincoln Pocket Watch

Yesterday a watchmaker at the National Museum of American History opened Abraham Lincoln’s pocket watch and revealed the engraved Civil War message. The message said: Jonathan Dillon, April 13, 1861. Fort Sumter was attacked by the rebels on the above date. Thank God we have a government. Full Story : Wp…..

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Top US, China diplomats work to smooth relations

us naval shipThe top U.S. and Chinese diplomats have work to do to keep a confrontation between American and Chinese naval vessels from damaging a relationship that President Barack Obama deems crucial to confronting the world’s toughest crises. Beijing has long complained about U.S. surveillance operations around China’s borders. Without better communications between the two militaries as they operate in the South China Sea, the possibility for future conflict will remain. Full Story : Ap.com

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N. Korea holds parliamentary elections

North Koreans cast ballots Sunday in parliamentary elections. Kim himself is running. And his near-certain win would affirm that the 67-year-old leader is firmly in control of the nuclear-armed nation despite a reported stroke in August. Full Story : CNN.com

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Obama to restore stem cell funding

President Obama plans to rescind limits on federal funding for research on human embryonic stem cells by signing an executive order Monday, fulfilling a campaign promise to frustrated supporters of the scientific work. Full Story : Sfgate.com…..

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ToysRUs pays $5m for toys domain

Toy retailer ToysRUs has paid $5.1m (£3.6m) for the Toys.com domain name. The domain had previously been up for auction and went to a company called Faculty Lounge for $1.25m. In 2007 $14m is paid for the domain sex.com. Although the current domain market is nowhere as strong as it was during the dot-com heyday, it remains strong and is currently experiencing solid growth again. Full Story : BBC.com

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Yahoo CEO likes Google Maps better than Yahoo Maps

Yahoo‚Äôs CEO Carol Bartz said Tuesday she prefers Google Maps to Yahoo Maps. She recently ordered all ads removed from Yahoo Mail in countries where most users connect using low-bandwidth connections. Full Story : Macworld.com….

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TV linked to higher asthma risk

Children who watch television for more than two hours a day have twice the risk of developing asthma, British researchers reported today. Asthma affects more than 300 million people worldwide and is the most common children’s chronic illness. Full Story : Independent.co.uk….

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Bionic eye gives blind man sight

Bionic eye, known as Argus II, gives sight to a man who lost his sight 30 years ago. It uses a camera and video processor mounted on sunglasses to send captured images wirelessly to a tiny receiver on the outside of the eye. It is designed to help people, who have been made blind through retinitis pigmentosa. Full Story : BBC.com…..

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ReboundFinder - New Twitter tool finds the recently dumped

rebound-finderA new Twitter tool provides followers with a list of people who have recently split up with their partners. The tool look for words ‘dumped’ or ‘broken up’ with either ‘my boyfriend’ or ‘my girlfriend’ and retweet that post in its account.

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Ready to Take a pay cut to keep the job

A recent survey by Ceridian in UK says that one in 10 UK workers would take a pay cut in order to keep their current job. One in 10 workers would be prepared to tolerate unacceptable managerial behavior. The survey was conducted among thousand UK workers.

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Design-a-kid clinic puts offer on hold

A fertility doctor who offered to customize traits like eye and hair color is backing down and says he will mess with Mother Nature only for medical reasons - for now. Full Story : Nydailynews.com…

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Commander says Iran missiles can reach Israel atom sites

Iran RocketIranian missiles can reach Israeli nuclear sites, a top military commander said on Wednesday, after persistent speculation that Israel could target facilities involved in Iran’s atomic work. Full Story : Reuters.com……

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French Boy Stabs Sister Over Nintendo DS

Nintendo DSA five year-old boy in the French town of Uckange has stabbed his ten year-old sister with a kitchen knife following an argument over a Nintendo DS, Le Post reports. Full Story : Kotaku.com….

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Mars discovery suggests water on planet 1m years ago

Fan-like gullies discovered on Mars suggest the planet had running water on its surface less than a million years ago. The discovery increases the chances of life existing on the planet in the recent past, or even surviving today. Full Story : Telegraph.co.uk….

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CIA destroyed 92 interview tapes

The Central intelligence Agency (CIA) has destroyed 92 tapes of interviews conducted with terror suspects, a US government lawyer has admitted. In January 2008, the justice department launched an investigation to answer questions over the tapes. Full Story : BBC.com

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US journalist Roxana Saberi arrested in Iran for Buying Wine

iran flagA U.S. journalist has been arrested in Iran, and her father said Sunday she told him in a brief phone call she was detained after buying a bottle of wine. Buying and selling alcohol is illegal in the Islamic republic. Full Story : Huffingtonpost.com……

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