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  1. Column: A big hurricane will hit us sometimeRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times

    Will this year be different? The lack of hurricanes with an increasing number of tropical storms is a mystery that leaves scientists speculating. And some parts of Florida are very vulnerable, but we've been very lucky.

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  2. Editorial: Police dogs help the communityRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Recorder

    Domenic Poli/RecorderThis statue sits outside the Orange Police Department in honor of all K9 officers.

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  3. Cas Carter: If rugby's just a sport, is NZ's national identity at stake?Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    Last week rugby bosses launched a rescue strategy to revive the sport which is no longer number one in Auckland. Only 3 per cent there now play our national game and there are fears this trend could spread across the country.

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  4. Two worlds, one heartRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

    At the Knesset Richard Sandler spoke on behalf of the Jewish communities of North America and at City Hall Tzila Schneider as one of the prize winners. I had the great privilege to be at two very inspiring events last week.

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  5. The winds of overwhelming shameRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

    Our responsibility is to rescue Israeli society from the cycle of violence; if we are to use force, it must be the positive force of a united society, uncompromising in the campaign for freedom. T he ongoing comedy of domes- tic violence only exposes the success stories: when he succeeds in cutting her life short, he gains immortal fame.

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  6. No Holds Barred: America must save Muslims facing death by extremistsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

    Let this moving story of America rescuing an Islamic family from certain death give all of us automatic pause on a ban on any religious group coming into the US. An Afghan woman speaks during a class in the gender and women's studies masters program in Kabul University, Afghanistan last year..

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  7. Lawsuit reveals disturbing tactics by BDS supportersRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

    Contrary to the claims of the BDS activists, the ASA's purported Israel boycott thus may never have been validly adopted. The American Anthropological Association has been voting this entire month on a resolution calling for the boycott of Israeli academic institutions.

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  8. Commentary: New bottle bill doesn't add upRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Berkshire Eagle

    DALTON >> In his op-ed column of May 12, Big Y store manager Rick Bossie touts Senate Bill 646 as a way to improve recycling in Massachusetts by repealing our state's bottle bill and replacing it with a one-cent fee on beverage containers that would feed into a state fund meant to make grants to recycling programs and fund litter abatement programs. Bossie claims that a similar law in Delaware led to that state increasing its recycling rate from 33 percent in 2010 to 42 percent.

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  9. Central bus hub dialogue 'crucial'Read the original story

    3 hrs ago | The Otago Daily Times

    Dunedin bus users support group co-president Alex King stands near the likely site of a proposed central city bus hub, in Great King St. PHOTO: PETER MCINTOSH It is "crucial'' that Dunedin's bus users are fully consulted on details of a central bus hub, being proposed for a busy block in Great King St. That comment came yesterday from Alex King, co-president of a Dunedin bus users support group, also called Bus Go. The users group and interested members of the public visited the proposed bus hub area, near the Dunedin central police station, yesterday.

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  10. Recent killings tarnish Bangladesh's tolerant imageRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Daily Star

    Not only the European Union, but the rest of the world is also beginning to express concern about the spate of killings by extremists in Bangladesh over the last three years. News organisations such as the BBC and CNN feature these killings prominently in their newscasts.

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  11. Japan steps upRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Daily Star

    During our prime minister's visit to the G7 Outreach Meeting, a few things became clear about Japanese involvement in Bangladesh. It is good to hear from Premier Abe that Japan will be releasing US$1.5 billion in investments this year.

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  12. Bring Back Our GirlsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Daily Star

    When television presenter Sabina Nipa went missing from Gulshan not two weeks ago, the nation had barely recovered from the brutal killing of Sohagi Jahan Tonu. Yet, Nipa's disappearance has already been overshadowed by the sensational suicide of a young girl called Sabira .

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  13. Goldberg: Clinton's deception more insidious than Trump'sRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Daily Dispatch

    The State Department's inspector general released a report this week concluding that Hillary Clinton is a breathtakingly brazen and consistent liar. No, that's not a direct quote.

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  14. Boy who fell in gorilla enclosure 'doing just fine'Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Chambersburg Public Opinion

    Boy who fell in gorilla enclosure 'doing just fine' A statue outside the temporarily closed Gorilla World became a makeshift memorial Sunday. Check out this story on publicopiniononline.com: http://usat.ly/1WUBeAs Petitioners say parental negligence led to a 4-year-old falling into the gorilla enclosure, resulting in the killing of the gorilla.

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  15. Why Donald Trump is the next Walter WhiteRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | CNN

    James Gandolfini's Tony Soprano was the mob boss who killed while visiting colleges with his daughter on "The Sopranos." Bryan Cranston's Walter White, right, in "Breaking Bad" was the ultimate 21st-century antihero: a teacher-turned-meth kingpin.

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  16. City Deals with Pushback from MailerRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Miami's Community Newspapers

    Aside from consistently losing money on lawsuits and litigation, South Miami taxpayers recently footed a hefty bill in paying for a recent mailer to promote...

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  17. Gay freedomsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

    Tel Aviv was named the Best Gay City of 2011 in an international American Airlines competition selecting the most popular destinations among LGBT tourists. How do you measure freedom? If you ask 10 people, you're likely to get 10 different answers.

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  18. Defense minister would make a good sitcom characterRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The China Post

    Adm. Feng Shih-kuan, minister of national defense, was questioned three days after he was appointed on May 20 in an interpellation session of the Legislative Yuan's Defense and Foreign Relations Committee. He answered questions as if he were not the defense minister.

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  19. Sea level rise: We've got that sinkin' feelingRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Journal-Pioneer

    But imagine: a nice glossy colour photo and prime placement for the town of Lunenburg, N.S. - the only Canadian site in an international report. Here's the writeup: "Lunenburg on the southern coast of Nova Scotia is the best example of a planned British colonial settlement townscape in North America.

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  20. Eastern Passages: All sound and furyRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Journal-Pioneer

    I went to my first political convention in January of 1985 - it was in Ontario, where I'd moved from Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley for work. I was a researcher then for a trio of Ontario papers in what was then the Southam newspaper chain, providing support for a trio of reporters, one each from the Ottawa Citizen, the Windsor Star and the Hamilton Spectator.

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