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by Anonymous on Thursday Oct 21 2010

 Ten infants have died and nearly 6,000 others have been infected in California, United States with whooping cough, or pertussis, since the beginning of this year. Health officials are referring to the event as the worst outbreak of the cough in 60 years.

by Anonymous on Wednesday Oct 13 2010

 A 21-year-old Swedish man killed himself and broadcast it over the internet via his webcam feed Monday, after posting to a message board that he had swallowed some painkillers and was going to hang himself.

by Anonymous on Monday Aug 23 2010

 A Vincent van Gogh painting has gone missing from the Mahmoud Khalil Museum in Cairo, Egypt. The painting, which was cut from its frame, goes by the name "Poppy Flowers" or "Vase with Flowers" and is valued at approximately $50 million.

by Contributor on Tuesday Aug 10 2010

New data released Friday in response to a lawsuit won last year by Ecojustice, on behalf of Great Lakes United and MiningWatch Canada, is beginning to shine a light on the toxic legacy of Canada's mining and tar sands industries. 

Unfortunately, despite a lawsuit and a government order to report pollutant releases, some facilities have failed to comply.

by Contributor on Tuesday Aug 10 2010

New data released Friday in response to a lawsuit won last year by Ecojustice, on behalf of Great Lakes United and MiningWatch Canada, is beginning to shine a light on the toxic legacy of Canada's mining and tar sands industries. 

Unfortunately, despite a lawsuit and a government order to report pollutant releases, some facilities have failed to comply.

by Contributor on Tuesday Aug 10 2010

New data released Friday in response to a lawsuit won last year by Ecojustice, on behalf of Great Lakes United and MiningWatch Canada, is beginning to shine a light on the toxic legacy of Canada's mining and tar sands industries. 

Unfortunately, despite a lawsuit and a government order to report pollutant releases, some facilities have failed to comply.

by Contributor on Tuesday Aug 10 2010

New data released Friday in response to a lawsuit won last year by Ecojustice, on behalf of Great Lakes United and MiningWatch Canada, is beginning to shine a light on the toxic legacy of Canada's mining and tar sands industries. 

Unfortunately, despite a lawsuit and a government order to report pollutant releases, some facilities have failed to comply.

by Contributor on Friday Jul 16 2010

BC must stop exporting fossil fuels if the province is serious about dramatically cutting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, according to a new Climate Justice Project brief from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.

by Contributor on Friday Jul 16 2010

BC must stop exporting fossil fuels if the province is serious about dramatically cutting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, according to a new Climate Justice Project brief from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.

by Contributor on Friday Jul 16 2010

BC must stop exporting fossil fuels if the province is serious about dramatically cutting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, according to a new Climate Justice Project brief from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.

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