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Adeline and Pearl so happy together
OCRegister News - Thursday, September 14, 2006
This mother-and-daughter guinea pig pair are young and ... more

Life-changing expedition to aid children of Andes
this is derbyshire - Thursday, September 14, 2006
Guinea pig and oatmeal soup were among the delicacies sampled by 21 Derbyshire schoolgirls on a recent trip to Ecuador. The 16 and 17-year-olds from Ockbrook School took part in the Schools World Challenge Expedition ... more

USA falls in FIFA Rankings.
dcsundevil - Thursday, September 14, 2006
FIFA released the latest World Rankings and the USA fell from #23 to #29. Several other countries moved around, Columbia being the most notable, moving up 9 spots to #20. Brasil is still #1. As US supporters, should we be worried that in 3 months, the US has dropped from "#5" ... more
Food and Agriculture Organization - Tuesday, September 12, 2006
source: Scoop “Pacific Islanders say the oceans are not what divides us but joins us. So join us on this incredible journey as there will be a story to tell everyday by logging on to,” Millions of dollars in fish are being transhiped from the Pacific and it is time relevant ... more

Guinea sentences 9 to death for killing politician
Topix - Monday, September 11, 2006
A court in Guinea has sentenced nine people to death for the murder of a local politician in the capital Conakry, state television in the West African country said on Saturday. ... more

Africa Tops World Diamond Market
Topix - Monday, September 11, 2006
Luanda, Sep 7 A meeting with 13 diamond experts that closed Wednesday in Luanda placed put Africa in position to lead the world's diamond ... more

Turbos likely for Thursday debut
New Zealand Herald - Monday, September 11, 2006
Manawatu and Southland have volunteered to be Thursday night guinea pigs. Both unions say they would be happy to host games outside the traditional weekend window rather than take the graveyard slot of 12.30pm on a ... more

British MP's cannibalism gibe comes back to bite him
Moreover - Monday, September 11, 2006
GAFFE-prone British MP Boris Johnson was in hot water yet again yesterday when Papua New Guinea's high commissioner slammed him for branding the country a land of 'orgies of cannibalism and chief-killing'. Mr Johnson, the Higher Education spokesman ... more

Blood Glucose Monitoring - A Necessary Evil
The Diabetes Blog - Monday, September 11, 2006
Filed under: Type 1 , Type 2 , Lifestyle , Products Blood sugar testing is part of the daily grind when it comes to diabetes management. Albeit important, it is also the main frustration of my diabetic control. Yes, it only takes ... more

I Eat Cannibals
Gadling - Monday, September 11, 2006
Filed under: Food , Indonesia Sleeping with Cannibals was simply a headline I couldn't resist reading. The Smithsonian Magazine always has wonderful articles and this one is no exception. Adventurer Paul Raffaele journeyed deep into Indonesian ... more


John Smith chosen president of Jamestown: 10 September 1608 - This Day in History
Encyclopædia Britannica - Sunday, September 10, 2006
Having survived capture by Indians (reputedly through the efforts of Pocahontas , a chief's daughter), John Smith became president of Jamestown colony, the first permanent English settlement in North America, this day in 1608. More Events on this day: ... more

Berewa, Earnest, Margai Asked to Visit Yenga - Saturday, September 09, 2006
Local Unit Commander of Kailahun District, Superintendent Saidu Jalloh Thursday at the Bintumani Hotel called on Vice President Solomon Ekuma Berewa of the Sierra Leone People's Party (SLPP), Ernest Bai Koroma, All Peoples Congress (APC) and Charles Francis Margai of the People's Movement for Democratic Change (PMDC) to visit residents ... more

As Liberians Return Home, UN Agency to Close Regional Office in South - Saturday, September 09, 2006
Almost 300 Liberian refugees returned home last week from the Kissidougou region of southern Guinea in the final convoy of the United Nations refugee agency's voluntary repatriation programme, setting the stage for the closure later this month of the agency's office in the region after almost two ... more

Several Liberians Detained in Guinea - Saturday, September 09, 2006
Reports from the Guinean capital, Conakry, have revealed the detention of several Liberians including those believed to be ex-fighters of former President Charles ... more

Security of energy supplies and promotion of sustainable development in the Gulf of Guinea
Moreover - Saturday, September 09, 2006
I initiated the formation of the Gulf of Guinea Energy Security Strategy (GGESS) early in 2005 following growing unrest in the Niger Delta and the attendant political and economic implication. The objective was to provide a Forum for ... more

Guinea ministers lose luxury cars
Topix - Friday, September 08, 2006
Most Guineans live below the poverty line All Guinea's government ministers and senior officials have had their luxury four-wheel drive vehicles confiscated on the orders of the president. ... more

Global Alumina confirms discussions with potential investors
Topix - Friday, September 08, 2006
In response to a news report filed yesterday by Dow Jones Newswires, Global Alumina Corporation today confirmed that it is in confidential discussions with several parties with respect to alternative ... more

Author recounts his father's letters from WWII
East Valley Tribune - Friday, September 08, 2006
George Frederick never saw his only child. The Army Air Force pilot was flying over New Guinea during World War II in November 1943 when his son Clinton was born. George Frederick was killed four months later during another mission over the South ... more

Insider's island eyes
The Australian - Friday, September 08, 2006
PALM-FRINGED lagoons, balmy breezes and aquamarine seas, Tuvalu cricket and talented rugby players. These are familiar aspects of our Melanesian neighbourhood, which extends in a vast arc of islands across the top of Australia from New Guinea to Fiji, taking in Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and New Caledonia. But Melanesia is ... more

Thurston named in Kangaroos train-on squad
Australian Broadcasting Corporation - Wednesday, September 06, 2006
North Queensland Cowboys star Johnathan Thurston is one of 17 players named today in a train-on squad for the upcoming Tri-Nations series and the Prime Minister's XIII match against Papua New ... more

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