Monthly Archives: June 2007

Africa | Black pharaoh trove uncovered

  Black pharaoh trove uncovered The Nubian kings ruled 2,500 years ago By Ishbel Matheson BBC, Nairobi A team of French and Swiss archaeologists working in the Nile Valley have uncovered ancient statues described as sculptural masterpieces in northern Sudan. … Continue reading

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Africa | Ancient gold unearthed in Sudan

  Ancient gold unearthed in Sudan The Kush kingdom was conquered by the Egyptians A team of archaeologists has discovered a huge ancient gold processing centre and a graveyard along the River Nile in northern Sudan. They were part of … Continue reading

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St Lucia: No money for LIAT

  St Lucia: No money for LIAT Brief CASTRIES, St Lucia – The St Lucia government says it will not be investing any funds into the regional airline LIAT, but will instead look at alternatives to promote intra-regional travel. Tourism … Continue reading

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Tentative agreement reached on immigration

Tentative agreement reached on immigration Key senators come to terms on plan to revive stalled bill NBC video    Immigration debate hot nationwideJune 14: The rolling hills of North Carolina are nowhere near America’s southern border. But even here the … Continue reading

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Hamas seizing control of Gaza strip

  Hamas seizing control of Gaza Strip By SARAH EL DEEB Associated Press Writer   Multimedia Palestinian Rift Plays Out in Schools Six-Day War Anniversary Israel Steps Up Attacks on Hamas Latest News Hamas seizing control of Gaza Strip Shimon … Continue reading

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BAE faces criminal inquiry in US over £1bn payments

  BAE faces criminal inquiry in US over £1bn payments Justice department alarmed at claims over MoD’s role David Leigh and Rob EvansThursday June 14, 2007The Guardian The US department of justice is preparing to open a corruption investigation into … Continue reading

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Study shines new light on genome

  Study shines new light on genome · Most intensive study ever of our genetic code · So-called junk DNA found to play highly active role Ian Sample, science correspondentThursday June 14, 2007The Guardian Scientists have been forced to rethink … Continue reading

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