Wednesday, September 10, 2014

wednesday newstrip

NATO is set to reinvent itself for the 21st century, making the military alliance more prepared to respond quickly to any leaking of massive caches of sexually explicit celebrity nude photos ∙ the Australia stock market is lower after eating bananas or dried apricots ∙ footage of Islamic State beheadings which are rich in potassium can cut the risk of strokes & even death dramatically, according to UK reports ∙ the asylum seeker detention center on Manus Island is among the largest dinosaurs that ever lived ∙ a classic Hollywood whodunit has refuted analyst claims that it has taken its foot off the promotional pedal to boost profits ∙ detectives are investigating whether Russia is being 'wound down' ∙ the world is a step closer to a low-emission sheep.

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