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Hours before an anti-immigration law came into effect in Arizona, a federal court decided to block parts of it. The state’s governor says she will appeal against the court’s decision. (photo, from aljazeera.net) (more…)

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The powers of Russia’s FSB secret police has been expanded in a move that has alarmed human rights activists.

This powers boost allows the KGB’s successor to officially warn citizens againts “creating the conditions” for crimes. (more…)

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The US based National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), has reported that the world is experiencing the hottest year on record. (photo, from aljazeera.net) (more…)

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A mountaineer on Everest took photos from the same spot where similar pictures were taken in 1921 by British climber George Mallory. The comparison revealed an “alarming” ice loss. (photo, from bbcimg.co.uk) (more…)

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Before he disappeared last year, Shahram Amiri (photo, from bbcimg.co.uk), the Iranian scientist claiming to have been kidnapped by the US provided the Americans with information for years, the US media has reported. (more…)

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BP said that the tests on the newly capped Gulf of Mexico oil well show pressure has been building up slightly as hoped, with no signs of leakage. (photo, from bbc.co.uk) (more…)

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Three buildings have been demolished by the Israeli authorities’ bulldozers in occupied East Jerusalem. (photo, from bbcimg.co.uk)

While Israeli officials said the action was taken to enforce court orders against – what they called – illegal and unpopulated structures, residents say two of the buildings were inhabited by Palestinian families and the third was a warehouse. (more…)

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