Asbestos controversy aboard Scientology ship Freewinds

Friday, May 16, 2008 Controversy has arisen over the reported presence of blue asbestos on the MV Freewinds, a cruise ship owned by the Church of Scientology. According to the Saint Martin newspaper The Daily Herald and the shipping news journal Lloyd’s List, the Freewinds was sealed in April and local public health officials on

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Guaranteed Federal Student Loans}

Read More About: Right Investment Property Advice Investment Property Advice Submitted by: Ken Golden Most students need guidance when it comes to learning about financial aid. When you want to secure a Stafford Federal student loan, you must first file your FAFSA at the FAFSAonline.com website, since it will save you a lot of time.

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Obituaries: January 21-27, 2008

Wikipedia has more about this subject: Deaths in 2008 Sunday, January 27, 2008 The following deaths were reported over the past week: Richard Darman, who was the trustee of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Non-Executive Chairman of the AES corporation, as well as being the aide to five presidents died of Leukemia on Friday. In

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Australia, Malaysia closing in on refugee agreement

Saturday, May 7, 2011 Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard is undergoing the final stages of an AU$292 million bilateral agreement with Malaysian counterpart Dato Sri Najib Tun Razak to relocate 800 asylum seekers who arrive illegally by boat away from the Australian mainland for detention and processing. In exchange Gillard will expand Australia’s humanitarian efforts

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Manitoba volunteers go to war against Red River flooding

Monday, April 6, 2009 Over 1,600 volunteers registered to help build approximately 65,000 of the 500,000 sandbags to create dikes 20.5 feet (6.2 meters) high to protect the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba in the war against the Red River of the North flood. 700 volunteers answered at the rural municipality of St. Andrews alone. Once sandbags are

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New Zealand man sentenced to life in prison for murder

Tuesday, August 22, 2006 James Junior Lawrie, 26-year-old, has been sentenced to life in prison at the Auckland High Court for a minimum of 16 years after he killed the Uptown Mini Mart owner 58-year-old Bhagubhai Vaghela on 19 June, 2005. Vaghela was found dead at the scene by ambulance officers. Lawrie had entered the

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