Norfolk youths banned from buying eggs and ketchup

Wednesday, April 9, 2008 Youths in the Norfolk town of Caister-on-Sea, near Great Yarmouth, England, have been banned from purchasing “squirty bottles” of ketchup, and eggs after a number of complaints from residents in the area. The move, which is backed by the Norfolk Police, is aimed at reducing the…

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Proposed bill could force federal weather data offline

Friday, April 22, 2005 A bill introduced last week by Republican Rick Santorum in the US senate, S. 786, could prohibit National Weather Service from publishing free forecasts online. This would have no effect on The National Hurricane Center as the bill exempts forecasts meant to protect “life and property.”…

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Six die in Nigeria church shooting

Saturday, January 7, 2012 Six people have died after a shooting incident Thursday in a Deeper Life church located in Gombe, in the north east of Nigeria. Gombe state police spokesman Ahmed Muhammad reported that eight other individuals had also been wounded during the shootings. The wife of the pastor…

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Bucharest to be ‘rebranded’ for 800 million euro

Wednesday, March 2, 2005 Bucharest, Romania — The city centre of Bucharest, the capital of Romania, is set to get a major facelift due to a real estate project called Esplanada (The Esplanade), which will be constructed by TriGranit Development Corporation. The total investment in the project will be greater…

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Shots reported during Superdome evacuation

Thursday, September 1, 2005 Air evacuation of the Superdome was temporarily halted Thursday after shots were reportedly fired at a military helicopter. Evacuations by bus continue, despite an early news report to the contrary. Thousands of people taking temporary shelter in the Superdome and nearby areas in New Orleans are…

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