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Spanish report claims Israel targeted UN in Lebanon

IDF artillery in lebanonA confidential Spanish military report on the death of a Spanish UN peacekeeper in Israeli shelling in Lebanon said he was manning a post that appeared to have been targeted, a newspaper reported Sunday.

El Pais cited extracts from the report which drew on testimony from soldiers following the January 28 incident when the Israeli military shelled border areas following a Hezbollah attack on an IDF convoy in the Golan Heights. The Hezbollah fired killed two Israeli soldiers, Staff Sergeant Dor Chaim Nini and Major Yochai Kalangel of the Givati Brigade, and injured seven others.

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Kenya claims one of university gunmen is son of government official

Kenya college attackKenya claims to have identified one of the al-Shabaab gunmen who massacred university students in north-east of the country as the son of a government official, the interior ministry has said.

Spokesman Mwenda Njoka said Abdirahim Abdullahi was one of the four men who attacked the Garissa University college campus on Thursday, killingalmost 150 people.

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Ranks of drug-addicted babies growing in SW Florida

Drug addicted babies FloridaThe number of babies born hooked on painkillers at Lee County hospitals rose to a record high in 2014, despite a years-long public education campaign to thwart the problem and a state crackdown on so-called pill mills.

Instances of this kind of chemical addiction, known as neonatal abstinence syndrome, jumped nearly 24% between 2013 and 2014 to 114 babies, according to Lee Memorial Health System.

Such cases have grown a whopping 1,325% since 2005, when medical staff identified eight drug-dependent newborns.

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Italy rescues 1,500 migrants at sea in less than 24 hours

Italy rescues migrantsItalian navy and coast guard ships rescued around 1,500 migrants aboard five boats in the southern Mediterranean in less than 24 hours, officials said on Sunday.

All of the migrants were rescued on Saturday by two coast guard ships and one navy ship in five separate operations, the coast guard said in a statement.

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CERN restarts Large Hadron Collider, seeks dark universe

CERN restarts Hadron colliderScientists at Europe's physics research center CERN on Sunday restarted their "Big Bang" Large Hadron Collider (LHC), embarking on a bid to probe into the "dark universe" they believe lies beyond the visible one.

CERN reported that particle beams were successfully pushed around the LHC in both directions after a two-year shutdown for a major refit described as a Herculean task that doubled its power -- and its reach into the unknown.

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EPA: Pesticide may have caused illness in family staying at Virgin Islands resort

Pesticide cause family illnessThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Friday said exposure to a pesticide with restricted use in the United States may have caused severe illness in a Delaware family vacationing at a Virgin Islands resort.

Steve Esmond, his wife and two teenage sons had been renting a villa at the Sirenusa resort on St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands since March 14. The EPA received reports of the family falling ill on March 20; paramedics had found Esmond unconscious and his wife and sons, 14 and 16, having seizures.

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Mormon leaders decry same-sex marriage and 'counterfeit lifestyles'

Mormon leadersMormon leaders once again used their semiannual conference to outline the faith’s commitment the belief that marriage is an institution exclusive to a man and a woman.

L Tom Perry, a high-ranking church leader, cautioned Mormons Saturday not to be swayed by a world filled with media and entertainment that makes the minority seem like the majority and tries to make mainstream values seem obsolete.

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What Physicists Are Looking for Now That They’ve Found the Higgs Boson

Hadorn ColliderThe world’s most epic physics experiment will flip back on as early as Saturday. After a two-year tuneup, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) will run at twice the power it needed in 2012 to find the Higgs boson, the long-theorized particle that confers mass onto matter.

As monumental as the Higgs discovery was — its theorists won the Nobel Prize in Physics the next year — physicists still have very little idea what’s going on in the universe, beyond the stuff we can see, touch, and smell. A big question concerns “dark matter,” what scientists call the stuff that makes up 80 percent of galaxies but that doesn’t interact with light, atoms, and molecules. They know it’s there, but it’s hiding from us.

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These are the racially charged e-mails that got 3 Ferguson police and court officials fired

Ferguson firingsCity officials in Ferguson, Mo., on Thursday evening released the full, unredacted content of racially charged and religiously insensitive e-mails sent by the city’s former court clerk as well as two former supervisors in the police department.

The e-mails, released to The Washington Post in response to a public-records request, were sent and received by Mary Ann Twitty, who was Ferguson’s court clerk, as well as former Ferguson police captain Rick Henke and former police sergeant William Mudd.

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