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by Anonymous on Thursday Apr 02 2009
General Motors Corporation (GM) announced on Wednesday that it saw a 45% drop in United States vehicle sales for its cars in March.
by Anonymous on Monday Mar 30 2009
A Spanish court is considering opening a criminal investigation into whether six former George W. Bush administration officials gave legal cover for torture at Guantanamo Bay. Baltasar Garzón, a Spanish judge with an international reputation for bringing cases against high-profile alleged human rights violators, sent the case to the prosecutor's office to review whether it has any merit.
by Anonymous on Tuesday Mar 24 2009
The world's least expensive car, the Tata Nano, has been launched in India. It will go on sale in April, and will start delivery in July.
by Anonymous on Monday Mar 16 2009
Mohamed Nasheed, the leader of the Maldives, has announced that the country will become carbon-neutral within a decade by completely switching to renewable energy sources. "We aim to become carbon-neutral in a decade," he said. "Climate change threatens us all. Countries need to pull together to de-carbonize the world economy.
by Anonymous on Monday Mar 09 2009
After discovery by a blogger, Microsoft has announced that on their next operating system, Windows 7, users will have the ability to remove Internet Explorer and other select Microsoft programs.
by Anonymous on Wednesday Mar 04 2009
The International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, Netherlands has ordered the arrest of the president of the African country of Sudan, Omar Hassan al-Bashir.
by Anonymous on Tuesday Mar 03 2009
Five policemen and two bystanders were killed and seven members of the Sri Lankan cricket team have been injured in a coordinated gun and rocket attack by 12 to 14 gunmen in Lahore, Pakistan at about 8.00 a.m local time. The Sri Lankan players were ambushed en route to the Gaddafi stadium to play the third day of the second test, near the liberty roundabout.
by Anonymous on Monday Feb 23 2009
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), a cholera epidemic in the African country of Zimbabwe has now infected over 80,200 people.
by Anonymous on Wednesday Feb 18 2009
In a press release dated February 16th, Robert Kahn, Stanford University's Public Affairs Coordinator, announced the experimental confirmation of frame dragging, an effect in which the presence of a rotating body causes space itself to be pulled along as the body rotates.
by Anonymous on Thursday Feb 12 2009
A man in Boynton Beach, Florida was arrested for misusing the city's 911 emergency phone service. Jean Fortune, 66, called 911 to complain about a fast food order from Burger King he had not yet placed. On Monday Fortune called 911 to complain that the Burger King he was going to eat at did not sell lemonade.