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The U.S. State Department: Russia prepares aggression against the USA by hand of Chukchi people

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Australian prime minister tours Japanese disaster zone - The Canadian Press

23 April 2011 17:10
Sydney Morning HeraldAustralian prime minister tours Japanese disaster zoneThe Canadian PressMINAMISANRIKU, Japan — Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard toured a town pummeled by Japan's earthquake and tsunami last month and expressed shock at the level of devastation suffered. Walking through Minamisanriku, a fishing village where hundreds ...Australian PM tours Japan tsunami zoneBismarck TribuneAustralian PM tours Japan tsunami zoneWBRCGillard reassures Japan on carbon taxThe AustralianABC Online -Sydney Morning Herald -AsiaOneall 680 news articles »

Troops clash in disputed area along Thailand-Cambodia border - CNN International

23 April 2011 17:03
USA TodayTroops clash in disputed area along Thailand-Cambodia borderCNN InternationalBy the CNN Wire Staff Bangkok, Thailand (CNN) -- Renewed clashes in a disputed area along the Thailand-Cambodia border killed at least one Thai soldier and left 11 people injured Saturday, Thailand's MCOT news agency reported. ...Thailand, Cambodia clash 2nd day; toll rises to 10Atlanta Journal ConstitutionCambodian commander says Thai troops use cluster bombs, poisonous smokeXinhuaThailand-Cambodia clashes resumeBBC NewsVoice of America -The Hindu -Los Angeles Timesall 1,068 news articles »

Russian curlers to play in St.Paul semis

23 April 2011 16:45
Russia made it into the semifinals of the World Seniors & Mixed Doubles Curling Championships in St. Paul, USA after Alexei Tselousov and Alina Kovalyova defeated the Japanese pair 8:5 on Friday.

TEPCO loses Fukushima license

23 April 2011 16:43
The governor of Japan’s northeastern Fukushima prefecture has pulled the plug on TEPCO Company’s further operation of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, crippled by the March 11 earthquake.

Texas wildfires

23 April 2011 16:39
Thousands of firefighters and National Guardsmen in the southern US state of Texas are battling to contain wildfires which have burned more than one million acres in the past two weeks. Protracted drought, scorching heat and gusting winds have created ideal fortnight.Long-term drought, high temperatures and gusting winds have created ideal conditions for the fires to spread.

Easter: religious tradition and society

23 April 2011 16:18
Our guest speaker is Vahtang Kipshidze , staff member of the Moscow Patriarchate’s department for external church relations and expert with the Expert Panel of the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights of OSCE. Vahtang, welcome to the program!

Christians gather in Jerusalem to watch Descent of Holy Flame

23 April 2011 14:44
Tens of thousands of Christians are gathering in Jerusalem to bear witness the Descent of the Holy Flame, which appears on prayers from believers on the eve of Easter. The Flame appears in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, over the bed of stone where the Christ’s body lay on Holy Saturday.

Japan: Radiation levels remain high, evacuation zone expanded - Xinhua

23 April 2011 14:32
Telegraph.co.ukJapan: Radiation levels remain high, evacuation zone expandedXinhuaBEIJING, April 23 (Xinhuanet) -- More people living near Fukushima's damaged nuclear power plant will have to evacuate their homes next month. The decision comes after experts warned that radiation levels would remain dangerously high across a wider ...TEPCO mulls sinking walls around Japan reactors: TVAFPReport: TEPCO considering restructuring plan amid nuclear crisisMonsters and Critics.comTokyo Takes Over PR From Plant OperatorWall Street JournalVoice of America -Reuters -New York Timesall 3,790 news articles »

Forest fires spread in Siberia

23 April 2011 14:26
The number of forest fires in Siberia has been up 50 percent over the past 24 hours - from 28 to 43, Itar-Tass reports quoting the press service of the Emergency Situations Ministry’s Siberian regional center.

Montreal police seize $50 mln. in heroin

23 April 2011 14:24
Police in Montreal have seized some 35 kilos of heroin in one of their largest drug hauls ever, officials said Friday. The drugs, with a street value of more than $50 million, were stashed in a container shipped from Pakistan and were being smuggled into Canada by a Turkish organized crime group.

Libyan army to pull out of Misrata - Xinhua

23 April 2011 14:14
ReutersLibyan army to pull out of MisrataXinhuaTRIPOLI, April 23 (Xinhua) -- Libya's Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Kaim said Friday that the Libyan army would pull out of the rebel-held city of Misrata and allow the local tribes to deal with the situation. Kaim told reporters that the Libyan army ...Sen. John McCain wants U.S. to give Libyan rebels more supportDetroit Free PressMcCain wants increased support for Libya's rebelsThe HinduLibyan army to withdraw from MisurataIndian ExpressBBC News -Reuters -Sydney Morning Heraldall 8,679 news articles »

30 exposed to radiation above maximum permissible level at Fukushima

23 April 2011 14:06
30 repair workers at Japan’s crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant have been exposed to radiation above maximum permissible levels. This came in a statement earlier today by an official of the Tokyo Electric Power Company, which is the station operator.

Australia suffers biggest wild rabbit incursion in 16 years

23 April 2011 14:05
Australia reports an incursion by wild rabbits, the biggest in the past 16 years. The reason is the hyper-immunity of the eared rodents, as well as the lack of shooters to reduce the rabbit population. The annual damage done by the over-fertile animals is estimated at 200 million dollars.

Russian women’s team in semifinals in Zurich

23 April 2011 14:03
The Russian women’s team has made it to the semifinals of the world ice hockey championships in Zurich, Switzerland, by beating the host team 5:4 on Friday. Tatyana Bourina scored the winning point in overtime at the 63rd minute. Today the Russian girls are due to take on the US team.

Endeavour's final launch

23 April 2011 13:48
US President Barack Obama and his family will join more than half a million people who will be watching the final launch of the space shuttle Endeavour, which is slated to lift off from Cape Canaveral on the 29th of this month.

Toyota may lose top automaker status

23 April 2011 13:47
Toyota could lose its ranking as the world's number one carmaker as a result of the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan on March 11. The company says its global production has been disrupted by a shortage of parts as a direct result of last month’s disaster.

UN chief demands end to Syria violence

23 April 2011 13:45
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon demands an immediate end to violence in Syria where nearly 100 people were killed in clashes with police and security forces in the cities of Homs, Deraa and the areas adjoining the nation’s capital Damascus. Protesters demand the resignation of President Bashar Assad.

NATO airstrike in Libya kills 3

23 April 2011 13:42
In a new round of airstrikes on Saturday NATO jets pounded a military base the embattled Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is purportedly using as a hideout. According to official reports, three people were killed.

Pope marks Easter with television Q and A - Financial Times

23 April 2011 11:56
CTV.caPope marks Easter with television Q and AFinancial TimesMaking papal history with a small step into the modern media age, Pope Benedict XVI has taken part in a carefully orchestrated question and answer session with seven people around the world aired by Italy's state broadcaster on ...The Pope answers questions live on televisionABC OnlinePope Speaks of Iraq and Tsunami in First TV Q&ANew York TimesPope Benedict stumped by Japanese girl's question about sufferingThe GuardianGlobe and Mail -BBC News -Telegraph.co.ukall 994 news articles »

Yemen peace plan requires Saleh to resign - Financial Times

23 April 2011 11:53
CBC.caYemen peace plan requires Saleh to resignFinancial TimesBy FT Reporters A proposed deal to end Yemen's long-running crisis hung in the balance on Friday as regime supporters and opponents fought each other and among themselves over a proposal for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to stand down within two months. ...Crowds rally in Yemen for and against SalehReutersYemeni president welcomes Gulf plan, vowing to face opposition's challengeXinhuaRival camps hold protests in YemenAljazeera.netBBC News -The Associated Press -Voice of Americaall 1,777 news articles »
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