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Snowy Northeast to get brief, warm respite

Snowy Northeast to get brief, warm respite

By Charlie Daniel 23/02/2015 19:39

Warming temperatures accompanying a winter storm turned precipitation in many areas from snow to sleet, making sidewalks and streets in New York and Philadelphia slushy and treacherous on Sunday.

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Ngudjolo Chui case: Appeals judgment on the acquittal rescheduled to 27 February 2015

Ngudjolo Chui case: Appeals judgment on the acquittal rescheduled to 27 February 2015

By DR.MEDDY 23/02/2015 19:17

The Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC) is rescheduling the delivery of its Judgment on the appeal against the acquittal in the case ofThe Prosecutor v. Mathieu Ngudjolo Chui to Friday, 27 February 2015 at 10:00 (The Hague local time). The hearing was initially scheduled on Tuesday, 24 February 2015 and is postponed due to unforeseen organisational reasons.

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Moody's Russia Downgrade Is Not Political

Moody's Russia Downgrade Is Not Political

By Vboqorad 23/02/2015 19:11

It should come as a surprise to no one that Moody's Investors Service finally officially downgraded Russia's bonds to junk status. Moody's has been threatening as much for several months now. Yes, there has been a very modest rebound in oil to over $60 a barrel over the past week or two, but it's still very much an open question how much longer that rally will last.

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More time for medicine

More time for medicine

By Alex Falco 22/02/2015 18:27

If the world spent more time finding medicines to cure major diseases would be better than spending time searching for new weapons to cause more deaths.

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OPA!

OPA!

By Elias Tabakeas 22/02/2015 18:23

For the first time firm, convincing, serious negotiations of Greece in Eurogroup led by Yanis Varoufakis.

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Record-breaking cold weather catches US south off guard

Record-breaking cold weather catches US south off guard

By Bob Gorrell 22/02/2015 18:12

While waiting to see if school officials would cancel classes ahead of a predicted ice storm on Wednesday, students from Gwinnett County in Georgia went on Twitter. They pleaded. They bargained. They threatened. Their five stages of grief one meme at a time made the word Gwinnett trend worldwide.

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