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Vigil for the Victims in Aurora, Colorado. Photo Courtesy Ted S. Warren/AP
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Another Mass Shooting and our Politicians Still Drag their Feet Seventy People in Aurora, Colorado Over the past few days we have been bombarded by media therapists, profilers and experts attempting to understand the psyche of James Holmes, who shot 70 people (seriously injuring 58 and killing 12) during a late night screening of The [...]

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Weekly World News Update (Wednesday, January 18, 2012)

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Weekly World News Roundup (Wednesday, January 18, 2012) Nicotine Helpful for Dementia Sufferers US: Medical researchers have found that nicotine patches could improve the memory of the elderly in the first stages of dementia. The study, published in the Journal of Neurology, found that the patches seem to give a cognitive boost to those with [...]

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Weekly World News Update (Thursday, January 5, 2012)

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Weekly World News, Thursday, January 5, 2012 The Free George’s Roundup of the Latest World News Headlines Tycoon Murdered after Eating Poisoned Cat Stew CHINA: Businessman Long Liyuan (49) passed away on December 23 after eating what is suspected to be a poisonous cat-meat stew in the Guangdong province. The billionaire, who was a fan [...]

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Weekly World News Update (Thursday, December 15, 2011)

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Weekly World News Roundup, Week of December 15, 2011 The Free George Brings You the Weekly World News Motorcycle Passengers Banned to Prevent Assassinations HONDURAS: The nation’s Congress has voted in favor of banning motorcycle passengers following the murders of two high-profile victims. The law is expected to decrease murder rates as motorcycle passengers are [...]

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Weekly World News Roundup (Thursday December 8, 2011)

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Weekly World News Roundup (Thursday December 8, 2011) Measles Outbreak in Europe FRANCE: The World Health Organization have urged Europe to act after a measles outbreak has led to the hospitalization of almost 30,000 people. The WHO’s report also revealed that a staggering 14,000, or 83%, of these cases are from France alone—where six deaths [...]

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Weekly World News Roundup (Thursday, November 17, 2011)

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Weekly World News Roundup (Thursday, November 17, 2011) Berlusconi Resigns ITALY: Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (75) has resigned following the passing of new legislation designed to ease economic failure. The new austerity measures were urged on by the European Union with hopes of boosting confidence in the country’s flagging economy. The new measures will see [...]

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Weekly World News Roundup (Tuesday, November 8, 2011)

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Weekly World News Update (Tuesday, November 8, 2011) The Free George‘s Roundup of the Weekly World News Painkiller Abuse Becomes an “Epidemic” US: A government report has revealed that sales and prescriptions of painkillers has risen unexpectedly , as well as the numbers of those who overdose on painkillers. The numbers of those abusing painkillers [...]

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Weekly World News Roundup (Thursday October 27th, 2011)

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Weekly World News Update A Roundup of the World’s Top News Stories from The Free George Horse Keels Over and Dies in Park US: Onlookers stood by in shock as a horse collapsed and died on its way to Central Park. The horse was traveling from its stables in the west of Manhattan at around [...]

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Gilad Shallit to be Released ISRAEL: Both Israel and Hamas have reached a deal to release Sgt Gilad Shalit, who was captured by Palestinians during a cross-border raid in 2006. Israel in return has agreed to the release of hundreds of Palestinian prisoners. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a state televised address said, “We [...]

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Weekly World News Roundup (Wednesday, October 12, 2011)

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Weekly World News Roundup (Wednesday, October 12, 2011) Blackberry Issues, a Marijuana Controversy, Drug Resistant Gonorrhea, Workers Rights Issues and Cannibalism in Russia Blackberry Server Crash Leaves Millions Without Service UK: A server crash has left millions of Blackberry users without data service across Europe, Africa and the Middle East. The crash is thought to [...]

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