Manhunt for mad, murdero, UK perspective: The National Health Service gone bad and other World news

The world news of 2013-02-08 on Tamugaia - Manhunt for mad, murderous ex-cop in LA, and UK perspective: The National Health Service gone bad .
Manhunt for mad, murderous ex-cop in LA - Literally thousands of police officers throughout the Southern California region and Nevada are on the hunt as of Thursday for a disgruntled former Los Angeles Police Officer. Christopher Dorner is report... [ View ]

UK perspective: The National Health Service gone bad - The British National Health Service, NHS, is still a worthy organiszation. Founded in 1948, on the back of World War II, it offered "free care at the point of entry." It still does. "From the cradle to th... [ View ]

New York, Northeast brace for another major winter storm - UPDATE: 2-7-13 5pm PST Airlines cancel flights for Friday. CBS news is reporting the aviation tracking website FlightAware shows United Airlines (UAL) has already canceled more than 370 flights for Friday... [ View ]

In Denver, a website for buying marijuana—delivered like pizza - Tired of those tawdry meetings with weed dealers who may or may not be nice people, have what you want, or be available? Make your order online and get it delivered in the Mile High city. Westword reports... [ View ]

Hair Politics: American Black Women Face Unique Dilemma - Esi Ozemebhoya remembers the jaw-dropping disbelief of classmates when they saw her for the first time after the “big chop.”... [ View ]

Russian Press - Behind the Headlines, February 7 - Gaddafi’s Spin Doctors in Russia’s Open Government/ Copper Magnate Iskandar Makhmudov Discloses UMMC Partners/ Quite Amendments from President and Government... [ View ]

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China detains 70 over Tibet self-immolations - Chinese authorities detained 70 people in ethnically Tibetan areas Thursday in a bid to crack down on the gruesome spectacle of people setting themselves on fire to protest Chinese rule, state media said.... [ View ]

Saffron offers taste of the good life in Afghanistan - Afghan exports of pricey saffron jumped by 14 percent in 2012, with the crops squeezing out opium poppy production in parts of the war-torn country, according to government statistics.... [ View ]

Accused witch burned alive in Papua New Guinea - Assailants stripped, tortured and bound a woman accused of witchcraft, then burned her alive in front of hundreds of witnesses in a Papua New Guinea town, police said Friday after one of the highest profil... [ View ]

Tests ordered in horse meat scandal - Food companies will be ordered to test their beef products after some Findus beef lasagnes were found to contain up to 100% horse meat, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) said.... [ View ]

Broad not underestimating Black Caps - Stuart Broad predicts his England Twenty20 team will have to be at their very best to beat New Zealand in the three-match series starting at Eden Park on Saturday.... [ View ]

Johnson criticism hits home with Pyrgos - Scotland interim head coach Scott Johnson must continue to tell his players like it is, scrum-half Henry Pyrgos has insisted.... [ View ]

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