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Journalists Need Greater Protection – UN

The United Nations says an alarming number of journalists around the world are killed every year and very few of the perpetrators are ever brought to justice. The U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization has drafted a plan for the safety of journalists

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CERN Scientists Confirm Boson Discovery

GENEVA — Scientists at CERN, the European Center for Nuclear Research, report they have discovered a new subatomic particle that might be the elusive Higgs boson. Further research will be needed to confirm whether this is the so-called "God particle" which scientists believe can explain some of the most basic questions about our universe

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Finalists chosen for 2012 Amarok Spirit of Africa Trophy

Two months’ of testing the off road driving skills of nearly 500 entrants in the elimination rounds of the 2012 Amarok Spirit of Africa Trophy competition have come to an end in the Kondowe private nature reserve in Limpopo. The top 20 teams of two will contest the finals over four days in southern Namibia from August 8 to 11

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