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Vitol the world's largest oil trader flouts iran sanctions

Vitol, the world's largest oil trader is currently buying and selling Iranian fuel fortifying Western efforts to choke the flow of petrodollars to Tehran and so to put pressure on Iran's suspected nuclear weapon program.

14 November 2012
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Vitol the world's largest oil trader flouts iran sanctions

After a 7 hour surgery conjoined twin girls separated

At the Philadelphia's Children Hospital conjoined 8 month old twin girls were successfully separated after performing a 7 hour surgery.

13 November 2012
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After a 7 hour surgery conjoined twin girls separated

Peanut allergies more common among rich kids

Studies have found that kids belonging to rich families are more likely to suffer from peanut allergies. The main reason behind it is the cleaner environment these rich kids are kept in.

13 November 2012
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Peanut allergies more common among rich kids

Titan is the world's most powerful supercomputer ever

A computer named Titan, is about 10 times more faster and powerful than the lab machine, has claimed the title of the world's most powerful supercomputer. This supercomputer uses microchips more usually used for video gaming to crunch numbers for climatic studies.

13 November 2012
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Titan is the world's most powerful supercomputer ever

Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber dominate European Music Awards

Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber dominated the 2012 MTV European Music Awards, winning three trophies each, with Swift ruling over her first ever appearance at the EMAs, taking the honors for best female, best live act and best look.

12 November 2012
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Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber dominate European Music Awards

Are there any chances that gas will save Greece?

According to a study presented to the Prime Minister Antonis Samaras in June estimates of $600 billion worth of reserves confirmed of Offshore natural gas that could dramatically change Greece's fortunes.

12 November 2012
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Are there any chances that gas will save Greece?

Seven members of the US Navy SEAL 6 punished for a secrecy breach

Seven members of the US Navy SEAL Team 6 were punished including the one involved in carrying out a raid that killed al-Qaida cheif Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan. They were blamed for divulging classified information for a video game.

09 November 2012
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Seven members of the US Navy SEAL 6 punished for a secrecy breach

Weather in Singapore influences golf

Today at Sentosa match gets delayed due to the thunderstorm in Singapore. Half of the field have not even started their second rounds after two days of the tournament and more rain is forecast for the weekend.

09 November 2012
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Weather in Singapore influences golf

A planet called Super Earth maybe habitable nearby

A planet named the Super Earth has been discovered by an international team of astronomers that is Earth like planet that might be suitable for life to survive.

08 November 2012
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A planet called Super Earth maybe habitable nearby

A biggest recall to be held in 16 years Toyota

Toyota Motor Co. is still in the mode of recovery after some series of problems plagued its global operations over the last three years, announced Wednesday it is recalling 2.5 million vehicles sold in the United States due to a potential risk of fire.

08 November 2012
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A biggest recall to be held in 16 years Toyota
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