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U.S. to beef up missile defense

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is greeted by the family of a soldier as he inspects Jangjae Islet Defence Detachment near South Korea’s Taeyonphyong Island in South Hwanghae province on Thursday, March 7, in a photo from the state-run Korean Central News Agency. Kim is surrounded by soldiers during a visit to the Mu [...]

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Howard: ‘How we got Iraq wrong’

The official war in Iraq may be over but the battle scars still remain, both physical and emotional, for those who served, and for their families. Lindsay Claiborn reports. FORMER prime minister John Howard has admitted that “mistakes” were made by the US-led coalition in Iraq, but he stands by his decision a decade ago [...]

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Jewel: How I’ll Teach My Son to Deal with Anger

By Tim Nudd 03/14/2013 at 07:25 PM EDT Ty Murray, Kase and Jewel COURTESY TY MURRAY The issue of gun violence is an extremely public and political one. But for many, including Jewel, it’s also deeply personal. The singer, 38, has written a short piece on the topic for the 1simplechange website in which she [...]

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Liam Hemsworth Emerges – Shirtless – Amid Miley Split Rumors

03/13/2013 at 07:45 PM EDT Last week, Miley Cyrus was photographed without her engagement ring. On Sunday, her fiancé Liam Hemsworth was snapped missing something else. The tough and toned actor, 23, who was on vacation in his native Australia, took a swim in the ocean with friends back home, then strolled down the beach [...]

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Growing anger over media reforms

The gov’s proposed media reforms are a ‘take it or leave it’ package which, will be dumped if not passed. CRITICS are lining up to reject the Government’s media reform legislation, which has been likened to Soviet-style control of information. Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has announced the establishment of a “Public Interest Media Advocate”, among [...]

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1,300 pounds of snakes in one room

‘Grumpy cat’ takes grumpy to new level Korean War remembered Military couple ties the knot on Skype Mom finds 7-year-old’s ‘diet’ list Cows invade PGA golf course Millions know his songs, not his nameThe man behind the most-sung songs Fear of new Korean war They raced into sea for Kim Jong-un Tensions high on Korean [...]

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Call for tattooed tweens backfires on One Direction

One Direction have been forced to delete a request for fans to submit footage of their ‘real 1D tattoos’. One Direction’s fans are mostly made up of 10 to 16 year-olds. Picture: AP Source: AP The Facebook status calling for One Directioners to send in video of their 1D tattoos. Picture: Facebook Source: news.com.au UPDATE: [...]

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Valerie Harper Is Ready to Say Goodbye

By Johnny Dodd 03/09/2013 at 06:30 PM EST Valerie Harper on the cover of PEOPLE Valerie Harper has accumulated more than four decades’ worth of television memorabilia during the course of her extraordinary career, and right now much of it is cluttering the dining room of the cozy 1930s Spanish-style bungalow she shares with her [...]

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Chavez’s funeral

Army Lt. Col. Hugo Chavez, who led a 1992 attempted coup, speaks to reporters on March 26, 1994, after he was freed from jail. Chavez was freed after charges were dropped against him for leading the first of two attempted coups against the government of former President Carlos Andres Perez, who was later removed from [...]

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Bin Laden’s ‘mouthpiece’ captured

This frame grab from the Saudi-owned television network MBC shows Sulaiman Abu Ghaith. STORY HIGHLIGHTS NEW: Ghaith accused in U.S. indictment of conspiracy to kill U.S. nationals He will appear in federal court Friday to face federal charges Captured al Qaeda figure taken to New York Ghaith should be treated as enemy combatant, senators say [...]

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