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29 Jul

Events of Interest and Analyses, A Foreign Perspective

The dead sea: Forty per cent decline in phytoplankton

Steve Connor: Scientists believe the decline in phytoplankton is linked with rising sea temperatures………………..

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Protestors pray outside the State Capitol in Phoenix, Arizona after a judge blocked parts of a bill aimed at illegal immigration

Arizona judge puts crackdown on illegal immigration on hold

 

A crackdown on illegal immigration in Arizona was thrown into a state of limbo yesterday, as a judge at the State Capitol in Phoenix put almost every one of its most controversial measures on hold, just 14 hours before they had been due to take effect…………………………….

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British ship found after 157 years

HMS Investigator in an 1851 illustration

HMS Investigator abandoned in Canadian waters in 1853 trying to find north-west passage through North American Arctic ………………………………..

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US bailouts prevented 1930s-style Great Depression say economists

New study by economists Mark Zandi and Alan Blinder says US economic stimulus averted a worse downturn………………………

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 The US military has been accused of leaving behind a legacy of toxic waste, as troops prepare to withdraw from Iraq.
Officials deny the claim but doctors say they have treated people who have had contact with hazardous materials from US bases and there are concerns about dangerous waste being processed by private contractors.
Al Jazeera’s Rawya Rageh reports. July 29, 2010

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