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The world news of 2011-01-31 on Tamugaia - Russian Press - Behind the Headlines, January 28, and Musings of a Russophile: St. Petersburg - a city of cats.
Russian Press - Behind the Headlines, January 28 - Exhibitions revisit turbulent transition years / Bill on alcohol restrictions sparks debate / Russia’s security service gets DNA profiling powers... [ View ]

Musings of a Russophile: St. Petersburg - a city of cats - St. Petersburg is a feminine city. She is an elegant and noble woman sitting draped with the jewels of her youth waiting for her prince to return. It is the most beautiful Italianate city in Europe.... [ View ]

Vigilantes Emerge Amid Egyptian Mayhem - Thousands of Egyptians have joined vigilante groups to protect their neighbourhoods from looters.... [ View ]

Head-On Train Crash In Germany Kills 10 - Ten people have been killed and almost two dozen injured in a head-on train crash in eastern Germany.... [ View ]

HOW TO CONTACT THE SPACE PEOPLE - How to Contact the Space People is a must have for all E.T. enthusiasts.... [ View ]

MONSTER SNOWSTORM ON GROUNDHOG DAY! - WASHINGTON - The biggest snowstorm in the history of the U.S. will wallop the entire country on Wednesday. Feds have already declared a national emergency.... [ View ]

NEW ZODIAC: SUPERFOODS FOR YOUR SIGN - CARSON CITY, NV -- Nutritionists at The Astrology Association of America have released an official list of Superfoods for each sign of the zodiac.... [ View ]

LINKEDIN IPO - WWN Financial News: LinkedIn Users Threaten ‘LinkedOut’!... [ View ]

The Long, Scary Wait for a Conclusion - Rania Abouzeid, TimeAfter dark in the middle of what everyone is calling a revolution, Cairo's streets become the the domain of men behind makeshift barricades set up in every intersection across t... [ View ]

Beware Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood - Leslie Gelb, The Daily BeastDifficult as it may be, let's try for an honest and realistic discussion of Egypt. Of course, the Obama administration, most Americans, most Egyptians, and I myself woul... [ View ]

Clinton Urges 'Orderly Transition' to Democracy - BBC NewsUS Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has called for an "orderly transition" to democracy in Egypt, but warned there is a long way to go in the process."Democracy, human rights an... [ View ]

What's Broken in Greece? Ask an Entrepreneur - Landon Thomas, NYTDEMETRI POLITOPOULOS says he has suffered countless indignities in his 12-year battle to build a microbrewery and wrest a sliver of the Greek beer market from the Dutch colossus, Heine... [ View ]

WH Quietly Exempts Politicos from ObamaCare - Milton Wolf, Wash TimesIf you would like to know what the White House really thinks of Obamacare, there’s an easy way. Look past its press releases. Ignore its promises. Forget its talking point... [ View ]

German crash probe focuses on human error - German accident investigators have begun to probe the cause of a head-on crash between a regional passenger train and a freight train that killed 10 people and injured 40.... [ View ]

At least 40 hurt in arms depot blast - At least 40 people have been injured in northern Venezuela after several explosions shook an arms and munitions depot, officials say.... [ View ]

Reluctant doves refuse to leave Vatican - Doves of peace released by Pope Benedict XVI during the weekly Angelus prayer in the Vatican have refused to leave and flew straight back in through the open window.... [ View ]

Clinton heads to Haiti - US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is flying to Haiti to mediate in a political crisis there while other administration officials are keeping watch on violent protests halfway across the world in... [ View ]

U.S. making plans to fly Americans out of Egypt - The State Department is prepared to evacuate thousands of U.S. citizens from Egypt on chartered planes, but is relying largely on friends and families in the U.S. to relay that information to stranded Amer... [ View ]

Thousands in Pakistan rally against American - Hard-line Islamic leaders on Sunday rallied at least 15,000 people against an American official arrested in the shooting deaths of two Pakistanis and warned the government not to cave in to U.S. pressure t... [ View ]

With casino, Syria bets on openness to world - At a time when economic discontent is shaking Tunisia and Egypt, President Bashar Assad is gambling that gradual change can insulate his country from such tumult.... [ View ]

In Pakistan, Thousands Rally Against Jailed American - The Pakistani government says the American arrested in the shooting deaths of two Pakistanis will not be handed over to the U.S. Embassy until Pakistani authorities first complete their investigation. The... [ View ]

Chaos At Cairo Airport As Evacuations Begin - Many countries and businesses are evacuating their people from Egypt this weekend as ongoing protests against President Hosni Mubarak are overshadowed by the growing chaos and roaming bands of looters and... [ View ]

Egypt Tense As Protests Continue - In a show of force, F-16 jets flew repeatedly fast and low over Tahrir Square, the epicenter of the demonstrations against Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. The message from the air may have been intimidat... [ View ]

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