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BloombergObama-Castro Handshake Offered Little Hint of Cuba TalksBloombergThere was no hint in December 2013, when President Barack Obama shook hands with his Cuban counterpart Raul Castro, that something bigger was afoot between the U.S. and its Cold War nemesis. Their encounter at a memorial service in Johannesburg ...Forget what you hear in Washington: Most Cuban Americans favor diplomatic ...Washington PostUS-Cuba deal: Is this Havana's Berlin Wall moment?Telegraph.co.ukJourney through the past as US and Cuba restore tiesThe Globe and MailVoice of America -Fox News -BBC Newsall 7,320 news articles »
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CBC.caPakistani Taliban attack: Why insurgents killed 132 school children in cold bloodCBC.caThe cold-blooded killing of 132 children at a military-run school in Peshawar was carried out by a weakened organization of "psychopathic" militants, bent on exacting revenge against the Pakistani army, while trying to prove they are still relevant.Taliban attack: Pakistan army retaliates, kills 57 militantsTimes of IndiaPakistan Army retaliates to Peshawar attack, kills 57 militantsHindustan TimesAnger and grief as Pakistan buries students massacred at schoolReutersWashington Post -The News International -The Independentall 8,586 news articles »
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ReutersPutin reassures Russians rouble will rise againReutersMOSCOW (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday Russia's economy would rebound after the ruble's collapse against the dollar but warned that it could take two years for the country to emerge from crisis. Under pressure to show he has a plan ...Putin Says Shouldn't Waste Currency Reserves as Recession LoomsBloombergPutin: Russian economy will recoverWashington PostPutin blames 'external factors' for Russia's economic crisisUSA TODAYWall Street Journal -New York Times -Voice of Americaall 4,855 news articles »
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OCRegisterPolice: 1 dead, several hurt in California crashCharlotte ObserverREDONDO BEACH, Calif. A female motorist hit a group of pedestrians outside a California church as a Christmas service ended, killing one person and leaving up to 11 others injured, police said. Some of the pedestrians were rushed to hospitals with critical ...Car Plows Through Crowd Outside Christmas Concert In Redondo Beach, Calif.Huffington Postall 107 news articles »
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Buffalo NewsState bans fracking, citing health and environmental concernsBuffalo NewsFracking will not be allowed in New York State due to the grave environmental concerns and uncertainties surrounding the controversial natural gas drilling practice, the Cuomo administration announced Wednesday. “I cannot support high-volume hydraulic ...Cuomo issues state-wide ban on fracking in New YorkFortuneState 1st in US to ban frackingAlbany Times UnionNew York Gov. Cuomo moves to ban frackingFox NewsVox -News24 -Santa Fe New Mexican.comall 616 news articles »
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ABC NewsExperts on N. Korea see regime's fingerprints on Sony attackLos Angeles TimesA number of North Korea experts on Thursday echoed U.S. intelligence officials' assessment that the reclusive regime was somehow connected with the computer hack of Sony Pictures, leading to a massive leak of sensitive data and threats that prompted the ...Counting their losses: Sony's bottom line suffers from unprecedented cyberattackCTV NewsNorth Korea Behind Sony Hack: US OfficialsNBCNews.comSony cancels North Korea movie in apparent win for Pyongyang hackersReutersABC News -The Independent -The Globe and Mailall 7,035 news articles »
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BusinessweekBoston Marathon bombing suspect to face court for first time since attackSouth China Morning Post (subscription)Accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is due to make his first public appearance in 17 months when he steps into court tomorrow for final preparations for his January trial. Tsarnaev, 21, who has pleaded not guilty, faces the possibility of the ...Boston Marathon Suspect Will Appear in CourtBio & Tech InsightsMarathon Bomb Suspect Gets Last Chance to Alter Terrorism TrialBusinessweekMarathon bombing suspect due in court ThursdayPost-Bulletinall 79 news articles »
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LivemintGlobal life expectancy rises: studygulfnews.comPARIS: People around the world lived on average to a ripe old age of 71.5 in 2013, up from 65.3 in 1990, a study said on Thursday, noting the gains came despite big increases in liver cancer and chronic kidney deaths. Global life expectancy rose by 5.8 ...Global population living six years longer than in 1990: studyReuters UKGlobal Life Expectancy Up by 6 Years!NDTVPeople live six years longer as world makes progress tackling deadly diseasesBDliveABC Online -Medical News Todayall 145 news articles »
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Wall Street JournalExecutions in the US Dropped to 40 year low in 2014Bio & Tech InsightsThe number of people executed in 2014 is all time low according to the Death Penalty Information Center. The report was issued on Thursday. Since 1994, the 35 executions carried out the current year is the lowest number according to the non-profit ...Executions in United States at 20-year low: reportWHBL SheboyganExecutions, new death sentences continue to fallPost-BulletinUS Executions, Death Sentences Reach Multiyear LowsWall Street Journalall 59 news articles »
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