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Russia: Meningitis Outbreak in Rostov Kindergarten, 1 Child Dead

One child has died and nearly 80 others have been affected by an outbreak of acute respiratory infection, in some cases complicated by meningitis, in Rostov-on-Don.Twenty-eight children from the Teremok kindergarten are currently in hospital, 11 with symptoms of pneumonia and nine with meningitis. Show More Summary

French unemployment hits 15-year high

The unemployment rate in France continues to climb, hitting 10.4% in the first quarter of 2013. That's the highest level the country has seen since early 1998.Including French territories and islands, the unemployment rate was 10.8%,...Show More Summary

Unified Command formalized for container leak response aboard ship in Valdez, Alaska

The Coast Guard, Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, City of Valdez, and Gallagher Marine Services, LLC formally established a Unified Command on Wednesday in response to container oil leaks aboard the cargo ship BBC Arizona.The...Show More Summary

US intelligence chief denounces release of information....Note he mentions Phones and INTERNET records!

Disclosure of the massive surveillance of phone records and internet communications risks “long-lasting and irreversible harm” to US national security, the director of national intelligence says. Late on Thursday night US time JamesShow More Summary

Clement Meric Murder: Protests held in France after left-wing student beaten to death

PARIS, June 6 (Reuters) - Left-wingers protested in Paris on Thursday one day after a group of far-right militants beat a leftist student to death in a busy central Paris district.Clement Meric, 19, a student at the prestigious Sciences Po university, was beaten up near St. Show More Summary

Dresden prepares for Elbe to flood

The German city of Dresden waited anxiously Thursday to see if the swollen River Elbe, which has brought misery to thousands in the Czech Republic, would breach its flood defenses.The river is expected to crest in Dresden late Thursday or early Friday. Show More Summary

Turkey burns with riots, but Erdogan's grip on power is as strong as ever

ISTANBUL AND ANTAKYA ? Burcin Altensai, an architect from Istanbul, wandered around Gezi Park in Taksim Square on Monday afternoon, watching the tens of thousands thronging the area, doing folk dances and eating picnics on the grass, with a worried smile on her face. Show More Summary

Tropical Storm Andrea makes landfall

Tropical Storm Andrea is expected to drench the East Coast with heavy rains Friday as its strength weakens.A broader swath of the East Coast -- including parts of 13 states, from Georgia to Maine -- is under flash-flood watches. Flash...Show More Summary

Internet giants deny granting government 'direct access' to servers...>Does anyone believe them?

Major tech companies including Apple Inc, Google and Facebook Inc on Thursday said they do not provide any government agency with "direct access" to their servers, contradicting a Washington Post report that they have granted such access under a classified data collection program.The newspaper reported that the U.S. Show More Summary

2 U.N. peacekeepers injured in Syria as Israel starts moving Tanks along the border

Deteriorating security conditions near the Golan Heights headquarters for U.N. peacekeepers in the region has prompted Austria to say it will pull out its 370 troops, more than a third of the force assigned to help keep Israel and Syria...Show More Summary

Jordan threatens to expel Syrian envoy over missile comments

U.S. ally Jordan threatened on Thursday to expel Syria's ambassador after he warned the kingdom that Syrian missiles could be used against Patriot batteries due to be deployed soon along their border.Foreign Minister Nasser Joudeh told...Show More Summary

Austria to quit Golan force over Syria violence

Austria said on Thursday it would pull out of a U.N. force on the Golan Heights after battles between Syrian troops and rebels there, in a blow to a mission that has kept the Israeli-Syrian war front quiet for 40 years.Israel, anxious...Show More Summary

'Appalling' refugee camps in Thailand

If it were not for the powerful stench and desperate shouts emanating from the wire cages, the men sitting in rows, each wearing a white skull cap, look like they could be at a prayer meeting.But for the 276 Rohingya men sitting on the...Show More Summary

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