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July 12, 2013
SHAKE AND BLOW
Taiwan evacuates 2,000 tourists as super-typhoon looms
Taipei (AFP) July 11, 2013
Taiwan evacuated more than 2,000 tourists on Thursday as the island braced for super-typhoon Soulik with authorities warning of fierce winds and torrential rains. The typhoon, packing gusts of up to 227 kilometres (140 miles) per hour, was 960 kilometres east of the island's southernmost tip as of 0300 GMT, Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau said. Soulik is moving west-northwest towards Taiwan at about 22 kilometres per hour and could narrowly skip or make landfall in the north of the island someti ... read more
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FROTH AND BUBBLE

Less haze in Singapore as the cause becomes clearer and more complex
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FLORA AND FAUNA

Birds outpace climate change to avoid extinction
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WOOD PILE

Tropical forest blossoms are sensitive to changing climate
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FROTH AND BUBBLE

Harvard researchers warn of legacy mercury in the environment
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FARM NEWS

US farm subsidy policies contribute to worsening obesity trends
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EARTH OBSERVATION

Google ditches location-sharing feature in map apps
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EARTH OBSERVATION

Google updates Map app with new traffic, exploration functions
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WATER WORLD

Parched Jordan to tap ancient aquifer
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SHAKE AND BLOW

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INTERN DAILY

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EPIDEMICS

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WATER WORLD

Great Barrier Reef's condition is declining
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DEMOCRACY

Rights groups slam Egypt army's 'excessive' use of force
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INTERN DAILY

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SINO DAILY

Scepticism over corrupt China minister's punishment
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SHAKE AND BLOW

China rain, landslides leave 28 dead, 66 missing
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