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British student falls to his death from 10th floor window

Wednesday, March 5, 2008 An unnamed male student has fallen to his death from a tenth floor window in Middlesbrough, England. The 24-year-old threw himself out of an open window in Middlesbrough Tower, the main building of the University of Teesside. The drop was 120 feet high. Police and ambulance were called to the scene […]

Iran demands that IAEA end surveillance of its nuclear program

Tuesday, February 7, 2006 Shortly after ending its cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the government of Iran has now ordered the IAEA to discontinue some of its surveillance of Iran’s nuclear facilities. Tehran has also asked the agency to remove any and all signage from their nuclear sites by the end of […]

Category:April 24, 2005

? April 23, 2005 April 25, 2005 ? April 24 Pages in category “April 24, 2005”

Five police officers killed in Dallas, Texas during sniper attack

Sunday, July 10, 2016 On Thursday, five police officers were killed and seven were injured after a sniper attacked a public protest march in downtown Dallas, Texas. Sources indicate at least three other people were taken into custody for questioning relating to the attack. The march was held to protest the shooting deaths of Alton […]

Payday Or Cash Advance Loans: Cash In Emergencies

Payday or Cash Advance Loans: Cash in emergencies by Andrew Peterson Emergencies crop up without any previous warning. That’s why the people stuck in the swamp of emergencies, and then they try to search the way to come out from that situation. At that situation all the sources of cash are failed then your bothers […]

Wikinews Shorts: December 4, 2008

A compilation of brief news reports for Thursday, December 4, 2008. On December 2, the Toronto city council voted in favor of banning the sales and distribution of bottled water on city property. The council also agreed to provide public drinking fountains on their properties, as well as on a measure that would make shoppers pay […]

Getting even with the law: Wikinews interviews New York City’s ‘Jimmy Justice’

Tuesday, April 22, 2008 “What bothers me is watching an officer write someone a summons and then commit the exact same violation with their official vehicle. A civilian known as ‘Jimmy Justice’ who resides in New York City (NYC), New York, the largest city in the United States, has been videotaping NYC police officers and […]

DHS relies on Wikipedia for asylum information, appeals court rules against use

Wednesday, September 3, 2008 This article mentions the Wikimedia Foundation, one of its projects, or people related to it. Wikinews is a project of the Wikimedia Foundation. The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the Department of Homeland Security was wrong in using the online encyclopedia Wikipedia as a reference when deciding […]

US government ‘can continue’ eavesdropping

Thursday, October 5, 2006 A US federal appeals court has ruled that the US government can continue wiretapping without warrants until its appeal against an earlier ruling has been heard. When the case was brought to federal judge Anna Diggs Taylor by civil liberties campaigners, specifically the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in August last […]

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