Archive for: April 27th, 2012

EU ‘extremely concerned’ with Syria violence

EU foreign policy chief calls on all parties in Syria to implement Kofi Annan’s six point plan and cease the violence.

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S Sudan reiterates Heglig sovereignty claim

President Salva Kiir says his forces did not damage the contested Heglig oilfield because it belongs to South Sudan.

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Bank of America Turning Away Gun Manufacturer?

Firearms manufacturer in Arizona claims US bank discriminating against company for type of business it does

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Congress Ready to Hold Holder in Contempt

House GOP leaders lay groundwork to hold attorney general in contempt over Fast and Furious ‘stonewalling’

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College Offers Lesson in … Porn?

School-sponsored talk by a “genderqueer” porn star at Williams College raises questions about the event’s social and academic value.

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Four Bombs Rock Ukraine, Dozens Wounded

At least 27 people have been wounded in a series of four explosions in the Ukraine.

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London Police Arrest Man After Siege

Police arrest a man after evacuating an area in central London following reports he had taken hostages and wanted to blow himself up. The man is thought to have a grievance against a company.

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Breaking down the Lakers’ bench for the playoffs – Los Angeles Times

Breaking down the Lakers' bench for the playoffs
Los Angeles Times
By Mark Medina 1. Forward Matt Barnes: For all the ongoing criticism this season at the team's small forward position, Barnes has actually remained the team's most consistent bench player. Poor outside shooting and overly aggressive fouls sometimes

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Victims Hail Charles Taylor Conviction by Hague Tribunal

Victims celebrate war crimes conviction of former Liberian President Charles Taylor who is the first African head of state to be found guilty by an international tribunal.

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L.A. Rally For Trayvon Martin Calls For Tolerance And Justice

Two months after teenager Trayvon Martin was shot dead in a gated community in Florida, a rally in Los Angeles is calling for tolerance and justice.

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