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Google launches new site for guidance of veterans into civilian work force

Google is launching a new site for home coming veterans, those men and women who exit military as American armed forces draw down and come home with nothing to do earn their living. This site named VetNet will be launched this coming thursday that is going to offer three well defined tracks to plan and organize their future moves.

30 November 2012
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Google launches new site for guidance of veterans into civilian work force

Pork in grocery stores found contaminated with bacteria

Recently a consumer report study showed that pork found in grocer stores in the US was highly contaminated with bacteria causing food poisoning and a lot that were found to be resistant to antibiotics.

29 November 2012
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Pork in grocery stores found contaminated with bacteria

NASA rover observed a huge dust storm on Mars

NASA rover tracked a huge dust storm on Mars, due to result it has lead to changes in Martian atmosphere. Observed by curiosity rover on surface of the planet. First this dust storm was spotted by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter of NASA on 10th of November 2012 and since then it is being tracked.

27 November 2012
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NASA rover observed a huge dust storm on Mars

A new vaccine for flu that could last forever

A new vaccine for treatment of flu is under developing stages in Germany that may work for life. Currently a vaccine based on the functioning of a molecule related to single stranded DNA protects animals from influenza and according to scientists it is said that it may one day become a way of treatment for humans.

27 November 2012
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A new vaccine for flu that could last forever

Rolling Stone being fined for exceeding time limit

Rolling Stone a group of renowned rockers have been fined with 200,000 pounds after their concert "50 and counting" in London due to exceeding time limit by 35 minutes.

27 November 2012
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Rolling Stone being fined for exceeding time limit

From 1 pound fish seller to a rockstar

A guy 31 year old from Pakistan used to sell fish in the London market wasn't a so called famous person there, with selling fish as a option to survive. In order to sell his fish he used to cry on his voice to gain attention of people but not that loud.

26 November 2012
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From 1 pound fish seller to a rockstar

Chineese navy successfully lands its fighter jet on the first aircraft carrier

China for the first time in its history by putting a step ahead in terms of its waterborne military by landing first successful fighter jet on its first aircraft carrier.

26 November 2012
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Chineese navy  successfully lands its fighter jet on the first aircraft carrier

Teens using steroids to put on some muscles

According to a new study a growing number of teenagers are moving towards steroids and protein powders to put on muscle. They say pressure to perform in sport and the media's more muscular body ideal may be driving factors.

20 November 2012
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Teens using steroids to put on some muscles

Police fears that a young girl been taken away by crocodile

According to some investigation performed by the police it fears that a young girl may have been taken by a a 3 meter crocodile in Northern Territory Australia.

20 November 2012
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Police fears that a young girl been taken away by crocodile

Good News Facebook's about to slow down

According to some blog post Facebook is under a process of moving all of its user in North America to another type of a connection and soon in all parts of the world that is more secure and tends to slow down the internet speed a bit.

20 November 2012
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Good News Facebook's about to slow down
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