Archive for: June 9th, 2012


Mother of New York Student Kidnapped in China

23-year-old Shania Li was sitting in front of her computer when she got the news. [Shania Li, Daughter of Kidnapped Falun Gong Practitioner]: “I got a message from my dad saying that my mom had been kidnapped.” Shania is a grad student in New York. Her mom, Lei Zuying, is back home in Wuhan, China. On June 6th, local authorities took Lei to a brainwashing center. That’s because she practices Falun Gong, a traditional Chinese spiritual discipline.

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China Weekly 4th of June to the 8th of June

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Georgia Professor Faces Prostitution Charges

University professor, Max Reinhart, was reportedly wearing a women’s fishnet bodysuit when he was arrested


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GOP Questions Attorneys’ Freedom in Leaks Probe

GOP leaders skeptical about attorneys’ ability to act independently of Obama administration in leaks investigation

  • Holder Taps Prosecutors in Probe
  • VIDEO: Should Intel Leaks Anger Obama?
  • VIDEO: Leaks Investigated

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    Breaking down Pirates No. 1 pick Appel – ESPN (blog)

    Breaking down Pirates No. 1 pick Appel
    ESPN (blog)
    By Kiley McDaniel Much ink has been spilled on Stanford righty and Pirates first-round pick Mark Appel since the draft on Monday. Much of it has been centered around how Appel, a contender for the No. 1 overall pick, slipped to eighth overall and how

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    No survivors in Peru helicopter crash

    All 14 people aboard a helicopter that crashed in the mountains of southern Peru on Wednesday are confirmed dead.

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    Shrimper finds prosthetic leg lost at sea 5 years ago


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    Hasidic Jew claims NYPD fired him over beard length


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    World powers once again eye Afghan influence- US failed to consult Afghans on airstrike, Karzai says


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    UEFA to investigate Russian fans’ behavior


    European football’s governing body, UEFA, has opened disciplinary proceedings over the improper conduct of Russia supporters during a Euro 2012 match against the Czech Republic.
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