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Iraqi insurgency continues unabated, new hopes for a cabinet

Monday, April 25, 2005 Two car-rigged explosions in Baghdad killed 15 and injured nearly 40 people beside a Shiite Ahl al-Bait mosque Sunday. In Tikrit, 140km northeast of Baghdad, 6 were killed and nearly 26 injured in two suicide bombings. A car bomber drove into police assembled in an academy compound and detonated, then a […]

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The Digital Descrambler: Now A Reality?

Here’s An Opinion On: Faac Automatic Gates Submitted by: Marcus Bush If you’re a long time cable user similar to myself, you recollect the pre-digital era with “descramblers”. This is not that. What we have here is completely different also thankfully so. All digital and without the necessity for significant boxes of the past, this […]

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Former Russian spy Litvinenko dies, radioactive poisoning suspected

Friday, November 24, 2006 Mr Alexander Litvinenko, reputed to have been an Ex-Russian spy who had defected to Britain, died last night in mysterious circumstances. He had alleged many associations between people in high places and organised international crime, implying that President Putin and Romano Prodi among others had been involved personally. He had sought […]

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RuPaul speaks about society and the state of drag as performance art

Saturday, October 6, 2007 Few artists ever penetrate the subconscious level of American culture the way RuPaul Andre Charles did with the 1993 album Supermodel of the World. It was groundbreaking not only because in the midst of the Grunge phenomenon did Charles have a dance hit on MTV, but because he did it as […]

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Ethical Curriculum For Separate Education

Here’s An Opinion On: Top Kids Party Entertainers Perth Ethical Curriculum For Separate Education by Niti Sharma Mumbai is always known as a city of high literacy rate recording almost 86% of the total population. The city is a home to a large number of great schools which have been ranked in the top 10 […]

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UK jets shadow Russian bombers

Thursday, September 6, 2007 Four F3 Tornado fighter jets were launched by the United Kingdom‘s Royal Air Force to intercept Russian military planes. The eight Russian jets were flying in airspace patrolled by Nato, officials from the UK claimed. The long-range bombers were initially followed by Norwegian F16 jets, after Russia’s recent decision to reinstate […]

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Wikinews investigates: Advertisements disguised as news articles trick unknowing users out of money, credit card information

 Notice — May 19, 2010 This article has been judged, by consensus of the Wikinews community, not to meet Wikinews standards of style and neutrality. Please see the relevant discussion for details.  Wednesday, May 19, 2010 The Internet has already brought great things to the world, but has also brought spam, phishing, scamming, etc. We all […]

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News briefs:July 27, 2010

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Why You Should Never Google For Free Leads Mlm

Here’s An Opinion On: Air Cooled Chillers Submitted by: Stephanie Yeh Nothing really valuable in life is truly free, and that includes your MLM or network marketing business. Do you know that on average over 3,500 people per month Google for the search term “free leads MLM”? That’s a lot of people looking for something […]

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Living with HIV during COVID-19: Wikinews talks to HIV-positive sex workers about how pandemic has affected their lives

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