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Better safe than sorry or #Snowperbole?
CNN - 5 Hours ago
Story highlights Some Americans fear a "crying wolf" effect "Better safe than sorry," said NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio A CNN meteorologist explains what the forecasts left out "They were trying to out-drama
The epic storm that wasn't? CNN
#Snowperbole or better safe than sorry? CNN
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U.S. officials identify TASS as news service tied to spy ring
Washington Post - 99 Minutes ago
By , The Russian government-owned news agency TASS worked with the country’s foreign intelligence service to gather economic information in New York, according to U.S. officials. On Monday, federal
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30 inches of snow in one Massachusetts town
CNN - 4 Hours ago
Story highlights N.Y. official: A teen dies after snow-tubing; 83-year-old man found frozen to death 30 inches of snow has fallen in Framingham, Massachusetts; over 18 inches in Boston "This is nothing
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Sydney weather: heaviest two-day rainfall in 19 months
Melbourne Age - 82 Minutes ago
Rain triggers traffic snarls, damages roofs Sydney has received its heaviest two-day rainfall in 19 months and can expect showers to continue throughout Wednesday morning. The CBD has recorded 59 millimetres
Sydney weather: city endures heaviest two-day rainfall in 19 months WA Today
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French unemployment hits new record high in December
France24 - 4 Hours ago
Read more French town of Lunel under spotlight after terrorism raid Read more In Pictures: The NYC 'snowmageddon' that wasn’t Read more Gunmen storm luxury hotel in Libyan
Sean Penn to be honoured at France’s César awards France24
In Pictures: The NYC 'snowmageddon' that wasn’t France24
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Greece debt repayment 'unrealistic'
BBC - 20 Hours ago
Latest Euro exit? Syriza joy Analysis What is Syriza? Who's who? Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras says he wants negotiation - not confrontation - with Greece's lenders It is unrealistic to expect Greece to
Greece debt repayment in full 'unrealistic' - Syriza The Guardian Nigeria
03:40 Greece debt repayment in full 'unrealistic' - Syriza NewsRT.co.uk
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FBI breaks up Russian spy ring in N.Y. that gathered economic information
Washington Post - 20 Hours ago
By , Evgeny Buryakov claimed he worked for a Russian-owned bank in Manhattan as its deputy representative and his LinkedIn page said he belonged to several online groups that suggested a background
2 FBI breaks up a Russian spy ring in New York City Washington Post
FBI breaks up a Russian spy ring in New York City Washington Post
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Poll Call: Wednesday, January 28
Sydney Morning Herald - 80 Minutes ago
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Poll Call: Tuesday, January 27 Sydney Morning Herald
Australian of the Year winner announced in Canberra Canberra Times
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Dubai now home to world's busiest airport
Deutsche Welle - 68 Minutes ago
Dubai's airport operators said Tuesday that 70.5 million passengers streamed through the city's international airport in 2014, marking a 6-percent increase on last year. The rapid growth put Dubai
Dubai now home to world's busiest international airport Deutsche Welle
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Melbourne Express Live: Wednesday January 28, 2015
Sydney Morning Herald - 4 Hours ago
Kickstart your day with breaking news, commuter and weather updates, giveaways and the hottest events.
100 years on, big men are set to fly WA Today
Melbourne Express Live: Tuesday January 27, 2015 Melbourne Age
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Demis Roussos dies at 68
Melbourne Age - 19 Hours ago
Greek singer Demis Roussos, best known for his hit operatic pop ballads in the 1970s and 1980s, died in Athens at the weekend aged 68. His death was announced in a brief statement Monday by the Igia
Greek singer Demis Roussos dies aged 68 Sri Lanka Daily News
Anyone for Demis? The cool roots of the late Mr Roussos Bluffers.com
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Premier Mike Baird backed Dai Le's foiled bid for upper house preselection
Melbourne Age - 2 Hours ago
Premier Mike Baird backed businesswoman Dai Le for preselection on the Liberal party's upper house ticket for the March election but was told by the factions they could not give her their support. Sources
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Litvinenko poisoned not once but twice, inquiry hears
Deutsche Welle - 5 Hours ago
The long-awaited inquiry into the death of former Russian spy turned Kremlin critic Alexander Litvinenko began on Tuesday. During opening statements, attorney Robin Tam (pictured), the inquiry's legal
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Fidel Castro: I don't trust the US, but this does not mean I reject a peaceful solution
Sydney Morning Herald - 5 Hours ago
Havana: Fidel Castro broke a long and speculation-inducing public silence over his country's steps to mend ties with the United States, saying he still distrusts Washington but offering a qualified endorsement
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‘Islamic State group dreams of fighting West on ground’
France24 - 85 Minutes ago
Read more French town of Lunel under spotlight after terrorism raid Read more In Pictures: The NYC 'snowmageddon' that wasn’t Read more French unemployment hits new record
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Yemen rebels release kidnapped presidential aide
Deutsche Welle - 100 Minutes ago
The commander of the Houthi rebels in Yemen, Abdel-Malek al-Houthi urged all factions to work together to solve the political deadlock , less then an hour after Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak had been released.
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Obama pays his respects to King Abdullah, talks security with King Salman
Deutsche Welle - 2 Hours ago
President Barack Obama was in the Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh on Tuesday, leading an array of current and former US statesmen to pay their respects to late King Abdullah and to hold talks with his
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Behind the scenes - Carolina Machhaus on #stillbreathing
Deutsche Welle - 3 Hours ago
People who’ve grown up in Ulan Bator, Mongolia, often develop serious health problems. Reporter Carolina on her trip to the place, where the air pollution is so bad that “it burned in your lungs.”
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Attack on Libyan hotel leaves ten dead
Deutsche Welle - 4 Hours ago
Gunmen stormed the luxury Corinthia Hotel in Tripoli on Tuesday, starting an hours-long standoff that killed five guards and four foreigners, ending only when the attackers took their own lives by setting
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Ebola response: Is the world too late?
Deutsche Welle - 4 Hours ago
The Ebola epidemic was a central theme during the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) conference in Berlin on Tuesday (27.01.2015). Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel pledged to assist
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Snowstorm spares New York, hits Massachusetts
Deutsche Welle - 4 Hours ago
The blizzard, previously labeled "crippling" and "historic" heaped up to 60 cm (roughly 2 feet) of snow on the US states of Massachusetts and Connecticut, but proved to be less severe than predicted
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Syriza teams up with right-wing Independent party
Deutsche Welle - 4 Hours ago
As political weddings go, this one was not completely unexpected. Just like the ruling left-wing Syriza party, the Independent Greeks also sometimes refer to Greece's international creditors as "occupiers."
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Siemens in restructuring mode
Deutsche Welle - 5 Hours ago
This is not what you'd call a minor thing. Last quarter, the German engineering giant's net profit dipped by 25 percent compared with the same three-month period a year earlier. Earnings amounted to little
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Auschwitz's unspeakable horrors remembered 70 years on
Deutsche Welle - 5 Hours ago
What kept him alive in Auschwitz , Marcel Tuchman says, was the belief that "civilized people would end the horror." For years, he says, he clung to the hope that the humiliation, death and starvation
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Holocaust victims remembered on 70th anniversary of Auschwitz liberation
Deutsche Welle - 18 Hours ago
In Germany on Tuesday, President Joachim Gauck will lead a commemoration at the Bundestag before joining leaders and government officials from 39 other countries at Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland.
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