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November 10, 2013
More than 10,000 feared dead in typhoon-ravaged Philippines
Tacloban, Philippines (AFP) Nov 10, 2013
The death toll from a super typhoon that decimated entire towns in the Philippines could soar well over 10,000, authorities warned Sunday, making it the country's worst recorded natural disaster. The horrifying estimates came as rescue workers appeared overwhelmed in their efforts to help countless survivors of Super Typhoon Haiyan, which sent tsunami-like waves and merciless winds rampaging across a huge chunk of the archipelago on Friday. Police said they had deployed special forces to contain ... read more
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Brazil banks on record soybean harvest in 2013-2014
Brazil, the world's second-largest soybean producer, is expecting a record harvest this year as well as in 2014, according to monthly official estimates released Friday. ... more

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New Zealand to ban shark finning
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Thousands protest 'toxic' gold mine in Greece
More than 5,000 people took to the streets of Greece's second-largest city on Saturday, police said, to protest against a controversial gold mine that has frayed relations in a northern village. ... more
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EU mulls tough options to deal with Mediterranean migrants
EU policymakers face tough choices as they ponder how to deal with a rising tide of migrants fleeing turmoil in neighboring Africa and the Mediterranean. ... more
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Spanish winemakers eye China's wine frontier
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Sea turtle deaths alarming Central America
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Three Chinese in Tanzanian court over ivory haul
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China whips up reform expectations from key meeting
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Dolphin virus outbreak in Atlantic is deadliest ever
The deadliest known outbreak of a measles-like virus in bottlenose dolphins has killed a record number of the animals along the US Atlantic coast since July, officials said Friday. ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
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EU launches defence pact it calls 'bad news for enemies'

China, S. Korea eye warmer ties following tensions

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One of most intense typhoons ever recorded hits Philippines
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Carbon storage recovers faster than plant biodiversity in re-growing tropical forests
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Improved legume technologies can boost entire farming system from the ground up
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New chemistry: Drawing and writing in liquid with light

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New Zealand to ban shark finning

Dutch plead in court for release of Greenpeace activists

The Arctic ceases to be a 'province'

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The Arctic ceases to be a 'province'
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China leaders start key economic 'reform' summit

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Cheap Chinese textiles slam Peru's garment industry

Africa scrambles to build export network for mineral resources

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