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Our 2014 investigation into the history of sherpas and the dangerous business of climbing Mount Everest.
For decades Sherpas have tempted fate on Mount Everest for their clients' goals and the survival of their families. Those risks came into stark focus on April 18, when a falling mass of ice killed 16 people. It was the single deadliest day on Everest and has raised questions about the largely unregulated way the mountain is run. The Wall Street Journal visits a Sherpa village struck by the tragedy.
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Errr... Humans being have. Some even without oxygen masks.
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Nepal earthquake in maps, tweets and pictures. http://on.wsj.com/1HBqNKO
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U.K. election animation: How the U.K. voting system works and what happens if there is no clear winner:
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who is running against Cameron and what party is he? what side is he on? liberal, conservative, communist, muslim????
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The Senate voted 56-43 to confirm Loretta Lynch as the next attorney general, more than five months after she was nominated in early November.
First black woman approved for top law-enforcement post more than five months after nomination
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+Ted Schoenling Now Ted, Don't be snippy. Didn't I say that's what I was going to do to begin with? And I did. I still point to the Patriot Act making criminals out of many officials. Get rid of that and you'll see this type of abuse fall sharply (It comes up for renewal in June , I believe.)

As for the link, I don't watch MSNBC for the same reason I don't watch Fox News. When an agency has such an obvious agenda, and CATO is one of those, you simply cant trust them to tell it straight. I do trust Washington Post, mostly and WSJ, and you are 100 % correct she does have a pitiful past pertaining to asset forfeiture.
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The European Union on Wednesday accused Russian energy giant OAO Gazprom of raising barriers to competition in the gas markets of Central and Eastern Europe, in a move that risks deepening a rift with Moscow.
Antitrust move by European Commission risks deepening rift with Moscow
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John Lomax...If you think so then go live in Russia you POS
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Google is changing its search algorithm to favor sites that look good on smartphones in a move that some are calling "mobilegeddon."
Google is changing its search algorithm to favor sites that look good on smartphones, a move some are calling “mobilegeddon” because of its impact on website operators.
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I hope the algorithm will stay the same for the computer but different for the phone.
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The earthquake caused widespread damage around Katmandu and triggered an avalanche at Mount Everest.
Earthquake causes widespread damage around Katmandu, triggers avalanche at Mount Everest
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 Это Предупреждение , оставить Триединую Русь Православную  ее жителям , а мы между собой  разберемся , кто как  Землю Родную  разбазаривал .   Оставить  награбленное .  Уметь   не красть  технологии , а  сотрудничать Честно и Порядочно.   Ждете конец света , тогда никто не выживет.      Православная Триединая Русь--- это Дом Пресвятой Богородицы, она может легко поднять  в штыки  своих  детей  которые остались верны Богу Троице , их 15%   остальные  почему то отвернулись . 
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Comcast ended its plans to acquire Time Warner Cable, as increasing pressure from regulators prompted the end of the $45.2 billion deal.
Pressure from regulators doomed $45.2 billion cable deal
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The merge was doomed to fail even before it was planned... #IMO 
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More than one million Armenians were expected to gather in their landlocked nation’s capital on Friday to commemorate the centenary of the mass killings that most scholars consider to be the first genocide of the 20th century.
World leaders including Russia’s Vladimir Putin and France’s François Hollande paid their respects
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Look a Turk writing in broken Armenian. Finally, a first step to becoming a human being. Keep it up.
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“I don’t believe my son was going,” said Farhiyo Mohamed, the mother of a 21-year-old who was allegedly en route to Syria to join Islamic State. “Maybe someone brainwashed him."
Mother, friends of accused shocked at allegations of efforts to join ISIS
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I have yet to see a comment from the mother of any criminal that had any connection with what the individual had done.
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Tesco reported the steepest ever full-year loss for a British retailer amid a raft of charges, capping the most tumultuous year in the grocer’s 96-year history.
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Italian investigators found that a ship bearing hundreds of migrants sank over the weekend in the Mediterranean because of a collision with a mercantile vessel that had come to its aid, although authorities and some survivors disagreed about who was at fault for the accident. Prosecutors detained late Monday the captain of the migrant boat, a 27-year-old Tunisian national named Mohammed Ali Malek, on suspicion of multiple counts of murder, illegal immigration and causing a shipwreck
Captain detained on suspicion of illegal immigration, multiple counts of murder, causing a shipwreck
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