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Why a Suicidal Soldier Had to Go AWOL to Save His Life
Rolling Stone

Why a Suicidal Soldier Had to Go AWOL to Save His Life

Lawrence Franks was an officer who went AWOL rather than commit suicide, and he has been punished in what many view as an unusually harsh way. United States Military Academy T hat Sunday night, March 29th, 2009, after the dinner dishes were done ... Rolling Stone, 4 days ago

U.S. authorities seek to seize $1 billion in telecom probe: WSJ

Confusion clouds China blast site clean-up Financial Times UK (Today) - Authorities seek cause of Tianjin explosions that killed scores and injured hundreds... 'Firefighter' pulled from Tianjin blast wreckage UPDATE: One survivor pulled out ...
 NigerianHerald.com1 month ago

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The Times London house price leap set to lift regional gloom: Property prices are set to increase this autumn after a surge in London was forecast to ripple out across the country on the back of a worsening imbalance between supply and demand. ...
 DirectorsTalk5 days ago
Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation

London City Airport for sale, but caught up in a political game

CAPA After years of speculation it seems as if Global Infrastructure Partners ( GIP ) is set finally to dispose of London City Airport ( LCY , to give it its IATA code), one of the world's few facilities that caters in the main to business ...
 Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation3 weeks ago

Major sponsors, Coca-Cola, McDonald's, demand reforms at FIFA

A Coca-Cola logo is pictured on the back of one of their corporate delivery trucks in San Diego, California. Photograph: Mike Blake/Reuters Two top sponsors of FIFA and its World Cup tournaments on Friday ratcheted up pressure on the global football body for major reforms as a corruption scandal casts a lengthening shadow over the sport. Coca-Cola Co and McDonald's Corp both made it clear that they are deeply unhappy with the way FIFA is governed and want major change. Their intervention comes ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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