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Hamas murders 25 Palestinians and blames Israel

According to sources close to Gazan jihadist organizations, Hamas killed at least 25 Palestinian civilians it suspected of collaborating with Israel. The sources, close to both Hamas and the Islamic Jihad groups, told WND that most of the extra-judicial killings of suspected collaborators took place during a brief “humanitarian” cease-fire four days ago.

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Proposed ban on Russian arms firm would hurt U.S. troops

I’ve said all along, Obama doesn’t like the military. One day after Obummer slapped sanctions on several Russian arms firms over the Ukraine conflict, a top U.S. 410 more words

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Orono students monitor the health of the Penobscot

Native Students Help Keep Penobscot River Clean – WABI-TV

Posted Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 at 6:07 pm.
By John Krinjak



An internship program on Indian Island is teaching the next generation the value of preserving natural resources. 383 more words

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API is SO VERY CLOSE to 400 Likes

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When we reach 400 Likes we will give away another prize.


Mobile Evolution - Lifestyle

Three years ago only 20% of IDG Global Solutions’ (IGS) respondents said they own a tablet, today it is 60% already. Today, people have the ability to browse and shop around the globe at the touch of a button.  136 more words

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See Crowd-Sourced Map of Global Conflict

Click on the map and you are seeing an overview of major global activity each day, as captured by the world’s news media and monitored by the GDELT Project. 197 more words


Paul Smith, Chemistry, in The Baltimore Sun

The Baltimore Sun reported on the Mid-Atlantic Nanonscience Education Hub internship program, which allows students from the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) to participate in nanoscience and nanotechnology internships at UMBC, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Morgan State University and the Fab Lab in Catonsville. 105 more words

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