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Australia Residents Explore Giant Inflatable Maze

Updated: 01/10/2014 - A multicoloured structure with seemingly no end in sight. At fifty-three metres in length and nine metres in height this inflatable maze - named Exxopolis Luminarium - is a sight to behold.

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Canada: Polar Bear Cup Takes First Steps

Updated: 01/09/2014 - A polar bear cub is showing off his stride this week at the Toronto Zoo. One of the newest additions to the zoo took his first steps on Monday, January 6th. These steps are a big deal for this little guy because his journey from day 1 has not been an easy one.

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US News: More Meat for School Lunches; Planes Land on Highway, in Ocean; US Icebreaker on Rescue in Antarctica

Updated: 01/05/2014 - USDA allows more meat, grains in school lunches... 3rd person dies after Minn. apartment explosion... Small plane removed from NYC highway... 2 survive small-plane crash off California coast... US icebreaker to rescue 2 ships in Antarctica... Ex-first lady Barbara Bush leaves Houston hospital... Texas ranchers hit hard by drought eye rebuilding... NY set to allow limited use of medical marijuana...

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World News: Clashes in Egypt, Yemen; Woman in Pakistan Kills 10-yr-old Maid; Indonesian Volcano Still Erupting

Posted: 01/05/2014 - Death toll in latest Egypt clashes rises to 17... Kerry cites some progress in Mideast diplomacy... Pope to nuns: Why aren't you answering the phone?... Putin backs off Sochi demonstrations ban... Yemen: Clashes in the north leave 17 dead... Police: Pakistan woman kills her 10-year-old maid... Hard-line Islamists rally in Pakistani capital... Rumbling volcano in western Indonesia erupts again... China says it saw a drop in mining deaths in 2013...

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Extreme Cold in Canada

Updated: 01/02/2014 - It was a very cold last day of 2013 in the city of Winnipeg, Canada. It was minus 31 degrees Tuesday.

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39 Days Remain Until Sochi Olympics

Posted: 12/30/2013 - As of December 30, 2013, only 39 days remain until the Sochi Winter Olympics. Trials and tryouts are taking place across the world, including the United States, to see who will be competing in the next Olympiad.

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US News: Capitol Dome Needs Repairs; 4000 in Maine still wihout Power; Extended Job Benefits End

Posted: 12/29/2013 - Capitol Dome Renovations... A week after ice storm hits Maine, more than 4,000 still without power... Federal government ends extended jobless benefits... Health law to put calorie info on vending machines... Boy Scouts open ranks to gay youth on Jan. 1... Despite files, Conn. school shooter remains enigma... Kerry to return next week to Middle East... Police: New Mexico mom admits to kicking child... Pregnant nurse fired in Pa. over flu shot... Pa. man admits beating `Amish Mafia' star... Death of man in Border Patrol custody investigated... Separate avalanches in Wyoming kill 2 within hours... Times Square preps for New Year's Eve bash...

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World News: India Train Fire; Lebanon Rockets; Middle East, Africa Updates; Turkey Scandal Grows; Pakistan Polio Worker Killed

Posted: 12/29/2013 - Fire on express train in India kills at least 26... AP source: Libya releases 4 US military personnel... South Sudan update... Israeli police say rockets fired from Lebanon... Death toll in Beirut blast rises to 7... Syria, Iraq, Egypt updates... Turkey earthquake and scandal... Gunmen kill another anti-polio health worker in Pakistan... 3 Asian workers drown after Saudi oil rig sinks... Benedict takes up Francis' invite for lunch... Cuba eases rules for small business lending...

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Day in History: Becket; Wounded Knee; Rasputin; WWII London Fire; Eastern Crash in Everglades

Updated: 12/29/2013 - On Dec 28 - In 1170, Thomas Becket, the Archbishop of Canterbury, was slain in Canterbury Cathedral by knights loyal to King Henry II... In 1890, the Wounded Knee massacre took place in South Dakota as an estimated 300 Sioux Indians were killed by U.S. troops sent to disarm them... In 1916, Grigory Rasputin, the so-called "Mad Monk" who'd wielded great influence with Czar Nicholas II, was killed by a group of Russian noblemen in St. Petersburg... In 1940, during World War II, Germany dropped incendiary bombs on London, setting off what came to be known as "The Second Great Fire of London."... In 1972, Eastern Air Lines Flight 401, a Lockheed L-1011 Tristar, crashed into the Florida Everglades near Miami International Airport, killing 101 of the 176 people aboard...

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