yria dismissed reports that President Bashar al-Assad's deputy had defected and its forces pursued an offensive against rebels, bombarding parts of Aleppo in the north and attacking
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Educators say John Allen asked Crescendo principals to show teachers the state standardized test. L.A. Unified was going to suspend him, but the board voted to fire him and close the campuses.
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In a loping, crouching run, striking South African miners advance towards a line of police in helmets and flak-jackets who are pointing automatic rifles at them.
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The West African nation of Ghana prohibits small operators using chainsaws from logging its forests, but it permits the export of timber cut at large sawmills.
The government's deal with the iconic supplier over Lacey Act violations heightens interest in sustainable forestry practices.
As enrollment numbers drop, women's colleges are forced to make decisions about their admission policies.
William Hague insists WikiLeaks founder will not be allowed to leave country in his bid to escape extradition to Sweden
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