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U.N. stops short of demanding Syria chemical attack probe

Source: Reuters - Wed, 21 Aug 2013 10:02 PM Author: Reuters UNITED NATIONS, Aug 21 (Reuters) - The U.N. Security Council said it was necessary to clarify an alleged chemical weapons attack in Damascus suburbs on Wednesday but stopped short of demanding a probe by U.N....

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Syria’s military command denies chemical weapon use

Photo EPA/ITAR-TASS KUWAIT CITY, August 21 (Itar-Tass) - Syria’s military   command denied the opposition’s claims that the government   troops had used chemical weapons on the outskirts of   Damascus. Information Minister Omran al-Zoubi said such claims on   the part...

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Earliest Known Iron Artifacts Come from Outer Space

Researchers have shown that ancient Egyptian iron beads held at the UCL Petrie Museum were hammered from pieces of meteorites, rather than iron ore. The objects, which trace their origins to outer space, also predate the emergence of iron smelting by two millennia....

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Study: Welfare pays more than work in most states

 Posted By Michael Bastasch On 4:17 PM  08/20/2013 In Daily Caller News Foundation | No CommentsLooking for a good paying job? Well, look no further.No, really, stop looking. In 35 states, welfare benefits pay more than a minimum wage job, according to a new study by...

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Public Defenders’ Rates Slashed by $15 an Hour

  By MATT REYNOLDS   (CN) - Sequestration has forced a $15 fee reduction for court-appointed defense lawyers for the first time since the Criminal Justice Act was passed in 1964, the U.S. judiciary said. As chairman of the U.S. Judicial Conference, 4th...

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