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Puerto Rico announces epidemic of mosquito-borne virus chikungunya
Puerto Rican health officials declared Thursday an epidemic of chikungunya, a mosquito-borne virus that has shown up in more than 200 confirmed cases across the island as of late last month.

18.07.2014 16:30

‘Because he’s my friend’: 7yo Canadian raises over $54K for buddy’s surgery
His best friend suffers from cerebral palsy, so 7-year-old Quinn from Canada started selling lemonade to help pay for expensive surgery. With his small business, supported by a crowdfunding campaign, Quinn made over $54,000, giving his friend hope.

08.07.2014 18:25

Obama seeks to modify law to speed up deportation of unaccompanied children
President Barack Obama wants to change a 2008 law that details how the US government deals with undocumented immigrant minors, in the hopes of speeding up deportations during an influx of illegal border crossings through the Rio Grande Valley.

03.07.2014 02:53

'Public has no idea how NATO spends money': Dutch auditors call for more transparency
Dutch auditors claim NATO member states - which contribute to the organization’s budget from a combined $1 trillion in defense spending - are largely unaware of how these funds are being spent, as most of the alliance’s expenditures remain classified.

11.06.2014 07:39

Lightning hits truck with passengers in Canada (FREAKY VIDEO LIST)
A surveillance video has caught a freak moment of a truck turning into a fireball as it gets hit by a lighting while on a road in Canada. Watch this and other shocking videos of recent devastating lighting strikes.

08.06.2014 18:14

New kind of rare meteor shower hits Earth (VIDEO)
A rare Camelopardalid meteor shower lit up the skies early Saturday, after experts had struggled with the enigma of predicting how the meteor storm - the first of its kind - would present itself.

27.05.2014 03:02

Russia has no plans for military bases in Latin America – Lavrov
Moscow has no plans of creating military bases in Latin America but might establish some sustainment centers for the Russian Navy there, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told Rossiya TV channel after a trip to four countries in the region.

17.05.2014 09:27

13,000 yo skeleton sheds light on Native American origins
Divers have uncovered what they think is the oldest skeleton in the Americas, which dates back 13,000 years and belongs to a teenage Mexican girl. The DNA is very ancient, older than the east-Asian ancestors of ancient Native Americans.

16.05.2014 14:40

'Ring of Fire' fears renewed following earthquakes in California, Chile and Panama
A rash of earthquakes within the last week along a section of the Earth infamous for seismic activity is causing concern that more tremors will soon occur near the ominously named “Ring of Fire.”

03.04.2014 14:13

Canada threatens US with retaliation over meat-labeling mandate
A newly unveiled agriculture bill in the United States is drawing heavy fire from Canada, which is threatening retaliatory action if the law’s country-of-origin labeling mandate earns enough support to go into effect.

28.01.2014 17:22

Canadians buying potassium iodide in bulk over fears of Fukushima radiation
Health officials in the coastal Canadian province of British Columbia are cautioning residents not to try and qualm fears of radioactive contamination by ingesting mass quantities of potassium iodide.

23.01.2014 17:38

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford caught drunkenly swearing in new YouTube video
Colleagues of Toronto, Ontario Mayor Rob Ford say they are shocked and appalled after new video footage of the embattled official emerged online this week.

22.01.2014 15:22

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