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By Ian Chua SYDNEY | Mon Aug 26, 2013 11:16pm EDT SYDNEY (Reuters) – Asian stocks slipped on Tuesday, while the Turkish lira hit a record low after the United States signaled possible military action against the Syrian government over a suspected chemical weapons attack. Dealers said there was no panic selling though, just truncated […]

→  August 27, 2013

Aug 24, 2013 Email this story to a friend: From: To: Subject: Introduction Hi There,nnI thought you might find this interesting. Captcha By The Associated Press This is my ad Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet CORVALLIS — Older mid-Willamette Valley landowners selling timber from their forest lands to pay for health care could get an […]

→  August 27, 2013

NEWSWATCH Tracking AB 32: Latest Carbon Auction Numbers Push Market Above $1 Billion State Approves Auction Proceeds Loan To General Fund While Board Works To Define Plans For Community Reinvestment By Tiffany L. Rider – Assistant Editor August 27, 2013 – California’s Global Warming Solutions Act, Assembly Bill 32, and its cap-and-trade program continues to […]

→  August 26, 2013

Convicted police killer Dale Cregan is reportedly on a hunger strike in a protest against being kept apart from other inmates. The 30-year-old is serving a whole life sentence at HMP Full Sutton after being jailed in June for four murders. Cregan gunned down unarmed policewomen Fiona Bone, 32, and Nicola Hughes, 23, after luring them […]

→  August 26, 2013

Chemical weapons experts have gathered “valuable” evidence on a suspected chemical weapons attack near Damascus despite coming under sniper fire, UN officials said. The attack came as David Cameron spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin amid increasing calls for international action over the alleged massacre. The Prime Minister has cut short his holiday and is […]

→  August 26, 2013

BEIJING | Sun Aug 25, 2013 11:05pm EDT BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s economy is showing clearer signs of stabilization and positive change, helped by some external improvement, and is on track for the 2013 growth target of 7.5 percent, the state statistics bureau said on Monday. The comments by National Bureau of Statistics spokesman Sheng […]

→  August 26, 2013

<!–Saxotech Paragraph Count: 12–> CORVALLIS — Older mid-Willamette Valley landowners selling timber from their forest lands to pay for health care could get an alternative soon. An Oregon conservation group has proposed a health initiative linking landowners with carbon offset buyers, getting money to the older owners for health care costs while more effectively managing […]

→  August 26, 2013

CORVALLIS — Older mid-Willamette Valley landowners selling timber from their forest lands to pay for health care could get an alternative soon. An Oregon conservation group has proposed a health initiative linking landowners with carbon offset buyers, getting money to the older owners for health care costs while more effectively managing their timber. The initiative […]

→  August 25, 2013

A nursery teacher shot dead as she celebrated her 24th birthday has been described as “a lovely daughter and perfect mother”. The family of Sabrina Moss – who died in hospital after she was gunned down in Kilburn, north London on Saturday – appealed for help to catch those responsible for her death. Her parents […]

→  August 25, 2013

Has Assad Called America’s Bluff? Updated: 9:06pm UK, Sunday 25 August 2013 By Jason Farrell, Sky News Correspondent Five days on, in what many believe it is now a pointless exercise, weapons inspectors will visit north east Damascus to try to establish what happened and who did it. In the districts of Jobar and Zamalka […]