Friday, 28 November 2014
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Texas man angry at US immigration policy in shooting at Mexican consulate

11.28.2014 15:03   12 views   0 comments
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From: telegraph.feedsportal.com


Police shoot suspect after government buildings were fired on in downtown Austin Read more »

Britain plans more army trainers to help Nigeria fight Boko Haram

11.28.2014 14:00   40 views   0 comments
Tags: Britain, Bowl
From: telegraph.feedsportal.com

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Britain is considering strengthening its military training mission to Nigeria as the extremist militants make gains Read more »

UN panel criticises US record on torture
Communist Party publishes 'adultery map' of unfaithful Chinese officials
Crunch time for France over 'illegal' tax on Britons' second-homes
Surrey murders: Suspect Viktoras Bruzas 'good friends with stabbing victims'
British forensic experts work with Mexican parents to create database of disappeared
Madonna greeted by the new president of Malawi
Catholic church to clamp down on religious art theft
Doctor sues Spanish Ebola nurse over claim that she prescribed her paracetamol

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Mexican TV Icon Roberto Gómez Bolaños Dies At 85

11.28.2014 15:02   83 views   0 comments
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From: www.npr.org

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The actor, writer and director was a staple of Mexican television comedies and children's programs for decades. Read more »

Diversity On 'The Walking Dead' Wasn't Always Handled Well

11.28.2014 13:51   40 views   0 comments
From: www.npr.org

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AMC's hit zombie drama The Walking Dead airs its midseason finale Sunday. It's now one of TV's most diverse shows, but critic Eric Deggans says it hasn't always served non-white characters well. Read more »

After The Ferguson Decision, A Poem That Gives Name To The Hurt
Ray Rice Wins Appeal, Reinstated By NFL
For Northern Ireland, Wounds From \'The Troubles\' Are Still Raw
Attack On Mosque In Nigeria Kills Dozens
Texas Man Killed After Firing At Government Buildings
America's Black Friday Craziness Has Crossed The Pond
Video Of Woman Dancing On Tehran's Subway Goes Viral
Experts Predict Low Oil Prices Through Next Year

 
Business
Wii U Was A Better Console For Third-Party Games

11.28.2014 16:27   13 views   0 comments
From: www.forbes.com


Last year I played Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag on Wii U. I hadn’t liked any of the earlier games in the series but it was new, and in the world of videogames newness is easily confused for worth, creating its own micro-culture of consumer cartographers attempting to divine their way between through the two collapsed poles. Expecting little from Black Flag, and having been preconditioned to expect even less from Nintendo’s underpowered gimmick console, I was surprised to discover how much the touchscreen controller added to my experience, something I found myself missing while playing this year’s Assassin’s Creed: Unity. Read more »

Making The Police Less Powerful
The Ray Rice Ruling: An Athlete Vindicated, A Commissioner Humiliated
The Four Tax Breaks (And Two Senators) That Killed The Tax Extender Deal
Ray Rice\'s NFL Reinstatement Should Surprise Nobody
Ray Rice Wins Appeal But May Still Not Win Over a Team

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Entertainment
Chespirito Dead -- Iconic Mexican Comedian Dies at 85

11.28.2014 15:01   39 views   0 comments
Tags: Debt, Dies
From: www.tmz.com

Source: Chespirito -- a.k.a. Roberto Gomez Bolanos -- died Friday in Mexico.The iconic comedian passed away at his home ... according to Televisa -- the company he worked with for most of his career.Bolanos was beloved for his main character role on the…

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Ray Rice -- Fantasy Football Boom ... Becomes #1 Added Player in Minutes
Ray Rice -- Thank Goodness for Appeals Process
'Real World' Star Ryan Knight -- Autopsy Complete ... No Cause of Death Found
Janay Rice -- Finally Speaks Out ... Blasts Ravens, Defends Ray Rice
Ray Rice's Teammate -- He Deserves 2nd Chance ... 'He'll Do the Right Thing'

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Beauty & Health
Polio Crisis Deepens in Pakistan, With New Cases and Killings

11.28.2014 11:35   59 views   0 comments
Tags: With, Crisis
From: rss.nytimes.com

Source: The number of new Pakistani polio cases this year has hit 260, four times as many as last year, and four more anti-polio workers have been killed in the field. Read more »

Well: Vegetarian Thanksgiving: No-Bake Apple Pie
Win The Full Sienna X Tanning Range With #MCFridayTreat
Despite Aid Push, Ebola Is Raging in Sierra Leone
In Arizona, a Textbook Fuels a Broader Dispute Over Sex Education
Drug Company Enlists Doctors Under Scrutiny

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