Imperial College London geology students fined in China for “illegal map-making”

Monday, January 5, 2009 Three British geology students of Imperial College London have been fined in China for “illegal survey and map-making activities”, according to local media. In addition to making maps, the students were researching fault lines and earthquake activity in Xinjiang — a tense Muslim province to the west of the country where…

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US FEMA aid site only supports Windows with Internet Explorer

Thursday, September 8, 2005 The US Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) website (for requesting disaster aid) is only functional for applicants using the latest version of the Internet Explorer web browser on the Microsoft Windows operating system. Users with other web browsers, such as Netscape, Opera, Safari, Firefox, or operating systems other than Windows, are…

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This is the category for mining. Refresh this list to see the latest articles. 10 January 2020: Greek prime minister reaffirms EastMed pipeline project is open for other countries to join 3 June 2016: Glencore announces Tahmoor mine in New South Wales to close 28 May 2014: Second sinkhole appears in Australian city this week…

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Complete Facials Canary Wharf

Here’s An Opinion On: Sarms Mk 677 For Sale Complete facials Canary Wharf by Gabriel FultonYour face is one of the first tools you will use to interact with others and you must be sure it will serve your interest. There are always some adjustments you want to make and facials Canary Wharf can offer…

Iranian International Master Dorsa Derakhshani discusses her chess career with Wikinews

Tuesday, April 14, 2020 In February 2017, the Iranian Chess Federation announced two teenage chess players, Dorsa Derakhshani and her younger brother Borna Derakhshani, were banned from representing the national team. The federation announced their decision although Dorsa Derakhshani had previously decided and informed the chess federation she did not wish to play for Iran….

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Parents prosecuted after homeopathic treatment leads to daughter’s death

Friday, May 8, 2009 Thomas Sam, 42, and his wife Manju Sam, 36, from Sydney, Australia, are undergoing trial for manslaughter by gross negligence for the death of their nine-month-old child, Gloria. She died from infection caused by severe eczema after they shunned effective conventional medical treatments for homeopathy, a form of alternative medicine that…

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US Congress drafting bill that may affect Internet freedoms

Sunday, April 23, 2006 The United States Congress is currently drafting a bill known as the Communications Opportunity, Promotion, and Efficiency Act of 2006 that would revise and update the 1996 Telecommunications Act. Currently phone and cable lobbyists who own the broadband networks, such as those from AT&T and BellSouth, are calling on the federal…

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Overcoming Social Anxiety And Social Phobia With Hypnotherapy

Here’s An Opinion On: Effective Communication Skills Course Overcoming Social Anxiety and Social Phobia with Hypnotherapy by Peter James Field Social Phobia, also known as Social Anxiety Disorder is probably the commonest form of anxiety disorder in existence. In fact, it’s so common that it is believed to affect somewhere around 10% of the entire…

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This is the category for Education. Refresh this list to see the latest articles. 6 May 2019: Students compete in second international Neurosurgery Olympiad in Tyumen, Russia 30 April 2019: Wikinews attends Maker Faire in Tyler, Texas 23 June 2018: Algeria blocks internet across nation to prevent cheating in diploma exams 19 May 2018: Principal,…

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Canada’s west coast battles high winds

Thursday, November 16, 2006 Currently, there are blackouts, heavy rain, and high winds in British Columbia. Over 220,000 BC Hydro customers have no power. Buildings have already collapsed and trees have been knowed down. Five Vancouver rivers were in danger of flooding, which rain fell at 10 mm an hour for more than six hours…

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