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Kyrghyz capital without gas at 20 below zero
Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan (AFP) Dec 16, 2012
Residents of the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek have no gas to heat their homes amid arctic temperatures, authorities said Sunday. Some districts also lack electric power at a time when the mercury has dipped to minus 20 degrees Celsius (-4 Fahrenheit), they said. Gas supplies have been cut off from neighbouring Kazakhstan, which relies on deliveries from another central Asian neighbour, Uzbekistan, itself unable to extract the fuel because of the freezing weather. Lacking gas, Bishkek residents hav ... read more
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Warming climate unlikely to cause extinction of ancient Amazon trees
New genetic analysis has revealed that many Amazon tree species are likely to survive man-made climate warming in the coming century, contrary to previous findings that temperature increases would c ... more
DEMOCRACY

Japan moves right as conservatives win big in polls
Japan's conservative opposition swept to victory in national polls on Sunday, giving former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe a second chance to push his hawkish security agenda and reflate the economy. ... more
FLORA AND FAUNA

Three New Species of Venomous Primate Identified by MU Researcher
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DEMOCRACY

Conservatives win Japan poll: broadcasters
Japan's conservative opposition swept to victory in polls Sunday, broadcasters said, in an apparent shift to the right as tensions rise with China and the economy continues to stumble. ... more


WOOD PILE

If you cut down a tree in the forest, can wildlife hear it?
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What mechanism generates our fingers and toes
Dr. Marie Kmita and her research team at the IRCM contributed to a multidisciplinary research project that identified the mechanism responsible for generating our fingers and toes, and revealed the ... more
FLORA AND FAUNA

Researchers use SUASs to reproduce the flight paths of birds
A study by the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) has used small unmanned aerial systems (SUASs) to reproduce the flight paths of birds of prey and get environmental information of their hunti ... more
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SHAKE AND BLOW

Philippines typhoon death toll tops 1000
The death toll from a typhoon that devastated the southern Philippines earlier this month has topped 1,000 as hundreds more remain missing, the government said on Sunday. ... more
INTERN DAILY

Fungus responsible for 5 deaths in the wake of massive tornado
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Fertile soil doesn't fall from the sky
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DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Avalanche kills six Indian troops on Siachen glacier
An avalanche on the high-altitude Siachen glacier that is disputed between India and Pakistan killed at least six Indian soldiers on Sunday when their outpost was swept away before dawn. ... more
DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Insurance industry paying increasing attention to climate change
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China and rivals sign pact to ease maritime tensions

Dispute islands 'within scope' of US-Japan alliance: Obama

Kiev announces town 'liberated' but residents dumbfounded

Hong Kong, Philippines end emotional hostage row

Patria vehicles getting Saab communications electronics

SHAKE AND BLOW

Great Nepalese quake of 1255 points to Himalayan risk
A mega-quake in 1255 that wrecked the Nepalese capital, wiped out a third of the population of Kathmandu Valley and killed the country's monarch, King Abhaya Malla, was of a kind that may return to the Himalayas, seismologists reported on Sunday. ... more
WOOD PILE

Xmas tree genome very much the same over the last 100 million years
A study published by Universite Laval researchers and their colleagues from the Canadian Forest Service reveals that the genome of conifers such as spruce, pine, and fir has remained very much the s ... more
FROTH AND BUBBLE

US tightens restrictions on soot
The United States on Friday tightened restrictions on emissions of soot from industry and vehicles by 20 percent, predicting that the regulations would avert thousands of deaths. ... more
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FROTH AND BUBBLE
More ice loss through snowfall on Antarctica

Australia plans drill of ancient Antarctic ice core

Greenland ice sheet carries evidence of increased atmospheric acidity

WATER WORLD

Russian center to study 'killer' waves
Russia says it has opened a research center dedicated to the study of "killer waves" that can threaten large cargo ships, ocean liners and oil platforms. ... more
FARM NEWS

Brazil fears mad cow case will force cut in beef prices
Brazil is worried that fears over a single case of mad cow disease from more than two years ago could force it to slash its beef prices, after China, Japan and South Africa this week suspended imports. ... more
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Technology has spawned 'new brain'
Technology has changed the way people think, creating "a new brain," two Italian psychology experts say. ... more
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CLIMATE SCIENCE

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DEMOCRACY

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ICE WORLD

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EARLY EARTH

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CLIMATE SCIENCE

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EARLY EARTH

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