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Japan gets a feeling of a game being played

When it comes to a competition most of the world's largest economies and especially the central banks seem to be playing the game as everyone wishes to be in the top 10. Though the objective may be specifically to stimulate economies, pumping large amounts of stimulus into financial systems will have some level of deflationary influence on the currency.

19 November 2012
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Japan gets a feeling of a game being played

A planet name Rogue found among the gang of stars

A new planet named Rogue has been found roaming free among a gang of young stars about 115 to 160 light years from Earth. It doesn't fulfills the definition of a planet because it doesn't orbits a star.

16 November 2012
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A planet name Rogue found among the gang of stars

A step closer to making Hydrogen Fuel

Making hydrogen fuel has got a little bit of easier. This may lead to production of hydrogen fuel that will be all clean and will be used to run cars and power generators.

16 November 2012
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A step closer to making Hydrogen Fuel

Sheldon Stephens was charged with robbing $250,000 worth of jewelry

The man who accused Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash has been identified, and he has a rap sheet of his own of having a sexual relationship with him when he was a minor.

15 November 2012
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Sheldon Stephens was charged with robbing $250,000 worth of jewelry

Twilight Breaking Dawn part 2 has biggest opening day of year in Italy

Twilight Breaking Dawn part 2 had the most successful one day opening of the year in Italy with more than 327,000 tickets sold nationally for the film's Wednesday roll out.

15 November 2012
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Twilight Breaking Dawn part 2 has biggest opening day of year in Italy

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
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