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Birth Month Could Determine Baby’s Future Career, study says

Being born in a certain month appears to indicate the statistical likelihood of what job a person will end up with, the study by the Office for National Statistics found featured on the Journal of Family Health Care website. Researchers used previous census data to statistically...
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Fire Devastates 1,400 homes in Texas

The fire continues to spread in Austin, Texas, it has wiped out nearly 1,400 homes and left two dead. 5,000 people have been evacuated since the fire has destroyed 1368 homes in Bastrop County. According to weather forecasts, tropical storm “Nate” will arrive to the...
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Elizabeth Taylor’s Jewelry will be auctioned

Elizabeth Taylor once said that the three loves of her life were Mike Todd, Richard Burton and jewelry. That is why she not only knew how to collect marriages, but also beautiful jewelry, currently valued at 21 million euros. The complete collection will be auctioned between...
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Ricardo Lagos and Baltasar Garzon will be Observers of the Judicial Reform

Chilean president Ricardo Lagos and Spanish judge Baltasar Garzon will be observers in the judicial reform that is being held in Ecuador, said today Tania Arias, a member of the Judicial Council of Transition (CJT for its Spanish acronym). “We are coordinating the...
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Google Buys Zagat

Google has announced on its blog the purchase of Zagat guides with recommendations on hotels, shops, restaurants, movies and services in the U.S. that have more than 10 million customer ratings and professionals around the world. The price that Google paid for Zagat has not been...
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Gadhafi Sold Gold From the Libyan Reserves

Qassem Azzoz, the governor of the Libyan Central Bank informed that the former Libyan leader, Moammar Gadhafi, sold 20% of the gold reserves of his country for a price of one thousand million dollars in the last days of his regime. Azzoz added that the weight of the gold was of...
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Stranger Breaks into Celin Dion’s Mansion

Canadian singer, Celine Dion, received last Tuesday, an unexpected visit at her mansion in Quebec, as she and her family were in her home in the United States. Daniel Bedard, 36, entered into one of the cars of Rene Angelil, Dion’s husband; once he saw the doors open and...
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Libyan Rebels May Have Spotted Gadhafi’s Hideout and Fear for Chemical Attacks

Muammar Gadhafi is surrounded within a radius of 60 km and the Libyan rebels said yesterday, adding that it is only a matter of time before the former Libyan leader is captured. Anis Sharif, a spokesman for the new military council of Tripoli, said that Gadhafi is still in Libya...
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Alembert Vera: The Hard Drive Copy was Obtained Illegally

Alembert Vera, Ecuadorian president’s attorney, pointed out that the Court is the only institution allowed to order a report of technical experts from the computer of Courthouse 15th. Vera stated, “the hard drive was obtained illegally and must not be admitted on any...
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Designer Galliano found Guilty on Charges of Anti-Semitic comments

John Galliano, former Christian Dior designer, was sentenced Thursday by uttering anti-Semitic insults. He was imposed a 6,000 euros fine (8,400 dollars). However, Galliano, who was not present in court is not obliged to pay that sum. The Paris court found him guilty of uttering...
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