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World's Oldest Man Celebrates His 113th Birthday
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World’s Oldest Living Man Dies At 114

The Minnesota born man, Walter Breuning, was the world's oldest living man according to the Guinness Book of World Records. He passed away at the age of 114 on Thursday, April 14th 2011 in Great Falls, Montana where he lived since the age of 16. What age would you like to live to?

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Anti-Porn Politician, Arifinto, Resigns After Getting Caught Downloading Porn

Getting caught looking at Internet porn can be embarrassing, but it's rarely a big deal. Unless of course you're a member of a political party railing against pornography.

An Indonesian member of parliament was caught downloading an X-rated video from the Internet. Mr. Arifinto hastily resigned after his screen was photographed during a parliamentary session. He'd previously spearheaded Indonesia's 2008 anti-porn bill.

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Japan Raises Nuclear Alert Level To Seven
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Japan’s Nuclear Crisis Still Worsening

Japan's nuclear crisis continues to grow more dire. The rating of the exposure has been raised from 5 to 7 and is at the highest level we've seen from a plant under the International Atomic Energy Agency. With the continued amount of radiation being leaked, there are fears that Japan's nuclear disaster could reach Chernobyl level catastrophe. What can be done to contain the radiation?

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Egyptian Blogger Sentenced To 3 Years In Military Prison

The reign of Mubarak is over in Egypt after the revolt of the nation's people about two months ago, but this resent story makes me wonder how much the country will actually change? Just this week, a simple blogger, Maikel Nabil, was sentenced to 3 years in military prison for his writings about the Egyptian military.

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Russian Troops Remain In Georgia During Fragile Ceasefire
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Gbagbo Seized By Rival Government In Ivory Coast

French aide in the form of attack helicopters and tanks helped seize the former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo. This is what happens when you refuse to concede to the vote from your country asking you to step down .

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Guggenhiem Foundation Leading Effort To Release Ai Weiwei

Ai Weiwei, Chinese conceptual artist, is currently being detained by the Chinese government after being arrested while trying to board a flight to Hong Kong. Museums across America are voicing their outrage and are attempting to inform the public help to expedite his release. Ai Weiwei's art is known to be critical of the Chinese Government.

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Japan’s 7.4 Aftershock VIDEO

Japan is still feeling aftershocks from the massive earthquake nearly a month ago. Early this morning an aftershock measured at 7.4 was shaking much of northeast Japan and here is a video of the tremor

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Ozone Over Arctic Down 40%

The loss of the arctic ozone is caused by the extreme cold temperatures, sunlight and air pollutants. While the Montreal Protocol has severely cut back on the amount of air pollutants causing this effect, this year's dip in ozone over the arctic beats last year's 30% loss.

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Anniversary Of Nuclear Disaster At Three Mile Island Marked Near The Site
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Japan Looks To Extend Evacuation Zone

The crises in Japan continues with focus on the Nuclear Plant in Fukushima. Monitoring the seawater's level of radioactive material, officials are debating whether to extend the danger zone to a 25 mile radius.

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President Obama Addresses U.S. Involvement In Libya
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CIA Moves Into Libya To Train Rebels

It reads to me like a movie. CIA Agents are covertly working with Libyan rebel fighters to help train them in their revolution. The decision, put into action by President Obama, speaks to Gadhafi and his supporters that the U.S. is no longer there only for protective support but for training offensive actions. Will this garner even more support for the Libyan rebels from other nations?

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