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03-01-2015 Health
New Chemo Drug Could Help Pancreatic Cancer Treatment

A Queensland researcher says a medical breakthrough in the study of pancreatic cancer could hold the key to more effective treatments

New research identified and mapped the genetic changes that drive the formation of the cancer's variations.

According to reports, researchers have been examining the DNA of pancreatic cancer tumors, and they now believe they've figured out what makes it "tick."

Researchers are confident they can classify their discovery into four types, and that 15 percent of one of these types will then be helped with a particular drug. This drug has previously assisted and treated sufferers of testicular and ovarian cancer.

In earlier tests, scientists reacted euphorically to the results they've been witnessing, and it's agreed they never actually expected to see people respond to trials so positively "in their lifetimes."

Dr. Nicola Waddell from the QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute said the discovery would allow practitioners to target the subtypes individually.

"Pancreatic cancer -- the therapies and the ways patients are managed -- haven't really improved in the last few decades. This really is one of the first studies that will hopefully help improve the outcome for some patients of this particular subtype of pancreatic cancer," she added.

The discovery would be able to determine which chemotherapy drug a patient should get based on their cancer's genome.

Pancreatic cancer is the deadliest cancer with just one percent of people who suffer from the affliction remaining alive 10 years after a diagnosis. In fact, only three percent live for just five years, which is way below the 54 percent of all other cancer patients.

These findings appeared online in the journal, Oncotarget.

Source: China Topix

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03-01-2015 Entertainment
Porn Lovers Win: Blogger Ban on Adult Content Reversed

Not even Google can erase porn from the Internet.

Just three days after banning explicit sexual content on Blogger, Google has given in to pressure from porn fans who were less than thrilled about the new policy. The Web giant on Friday announced that it has changed its mind and will not crack down on adult content on its blogging platform, after all.

The turnaround comes after Google on Tuesday said it would no longer allow "images and video that are sexually explicit or show graphic nudity" on Blogger, as of March 23. Any existing blogs containing porn would be made private, unless the admin deleted the offending content.

Now, Google says that porn will be allowed on Blogger, but asked people to tag pages with nudity, so that Blogger can display an "adult content" warning page before that content is served up.

"This week, we announced a change to Blogger's porn policy," Google's Social Product Support Manager, Jessica Pelegio, wrote in a post on the Blogger Help Forum. "We've had a ton of feedback, in particular about the introduction of a retroactive change (some people have had accounts for 10+ years), but also about the negative impact on individuals who post sexually explicit content to express their identities. So rather than implement this change, we've decided to step up enforcement around our existing policy prohibiting commercial porn."

That commercial porn ban, instated in 2013, strictly prohibits adult ads on Blogger and the monetization of adult content, meaning you can't start a blog on the site to make money off porn.

So, in other words, long live porn on the Internet.

Source: PCMAG

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03-01-2015 Science&Technology
Apple TV 2015: 5 Rumors Swirling About Its Features, Release Date Schedule

iFans have not been provided an update to Apple TV since January 2013, but speculation points to a fourth-generation set-top box refresh in 2015.

While some consumers are more interested in the television set the Cupertino-based company has been rumored to be working on, the box appears to be the current priority. With that said, let's dive into the top five rumors we've been hearing about the 2015 Apple TV's potential features and release schedule.

1.) HomeKit Support

The introduction of HomeKit may result in Apple TV becoming the "smart home hub," Bob O'Donnell, founder and chief analyst of TECHnalysis Research told CNBC. The TV's beta software notes indicate that the update will offer "support for Family Sharing and can be used for testing Airplay and HomeKit with your iOS apps." This functionality is likely to come as a software update for third-generaiton Apple TV, but obviously could release alongside new hardware, too.

2.) Apps and Games, Live Television Recording

Another rumor tied to the set-top box indicates Apple will offer apps and games support via an Apple TV app store. By releasing new hardware that acts as a gaming console, developers would be more inclined to create games than they would now given the small number of users who own an Apple TV. There is gaming right now on Apple TV via the iPad, but the new hardware would allow games to be directly downloaded and then played with a bluetooth controller, iLounge reports.

This also means the 2015 hardware refresh would offer storage, like the original Apple TV — opening the door for live television recording.

3.) Continuity

Apple TV beta versions have tipped Continuity for the set-top box, allowing content being viewed on an iPhone or iPad to automatically switch to a user's television when they walk in the door. As MacWorld notes, Apple has also been awarded a patent that would grant users the opportunity to switch from their Apple TV to their iOS device, as well.

4.) A8 or A9 Chipset

Should Apple release a new Apple TV box this year, it would presumably launch with either the 64-bit Apple A8 chip packed into the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus or the upcoming A9, aiding the gaming experience.

5.) Fall 2015 Release Date

A couple of weeks ago, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster noted that he believes new Apple TV hardware is in the works and will help bridge the gap to the release of an eventual HDTV, which he doesn't envision hitting the market until late 2016 "at the earliest." The new set-top box, however, would headline Apple's 2015 fall lineup after a September unveiling alongside the iPhone 6S and iPad Pro.

Stay tuned with Design & Trend as we uncover more about the 2015 Apple TV update.

Source: Designed & Trend

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03-01-2015 Health
Music health warning: Listening to more than one hour a day could make you deaf

The World Health Organisation said 43m 12 to 35-year-olds are affected by aural health issues in a shock 'permanent damage' warning.

Listening to loud music for more than an hour a day can make you deaf, health experts said today.

They also warned that audio devices should be played at no more than 60% volume and that noisy concerts and bars posed a serious threat of hearing loss.

The World Health Organisation reckon 1.1 billion young adults are at risk.

Their figures show 43million 12 to 35-year-olds are already affected.

The proportion of US teenagers with hearing loss went from 3.5% in 1994 to 5.3% in 2006.

WHO director for injury prevention Dr Etienne Krug said limiting listening to an hour a day was a good ambition.

He added: “That’s a rough recommendation to those spending 10 hours a day listening to an mp3 player.

“But even an hour can be too much if it is too loud.”

WHO is also advising noise-cancelling headphones for plane or train journeys, earplugs for noisy venues, taking listening breaks and standing away from speakers at gigs.

Paul Breckell, boss of the charity Action on Hearing Loss, said: “To stay safe you should halve listening time for every three decibel rise in the level of loud music.”

He went on: “I strongly urge music lovers to consider the long-term risks of listening to personal players over the 85 decibels safe level.

“Over exposure can also trigger other ear conditions such as tinnitus.

“Remember, a good pair of noise-cancelling headphones really can make all the difference.”

A 2013 EU directive now makes it obligatory for new audio devices to carry a warning that users risk damaging their hearing after listening to 20 hours of sound at 85 decibels.

Ralph Holme, head of biomedical research at Action on Hearing Loss, explained how hearing can become damaged.

"Loud sounds damage your hearing by killing off thousands of little hair cells – or ­microphones – in the inner ear," he said.

"The cells detect different pitches of sound through vibration, which are then turned into electrical signals and sent to the brain.

"But they are very fragile and if they vibrate too much due to loud sounds for too long they get damaged and die.

"The problem is they don’t grow back and the ear can no longer detect sound.

"It is important to realise the dangers. In a noisy bar or club if you are having to shout to someone a metre away for them to hear you then it’s probably too loud."

Source: Mirror

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03-01-2015 Society
Adultery is no longer a punishable offence in South Korea

South Korea’s Constitutional Court on Thursday struck down a 62-year-old law that made adultery an offense punishable by up to two years in prison, citing the country’s changing sexual mores and a growing emphasis on individual rights.

“It has become difficult to say that there is a consensus on whether adultery should be punished as a criminal offense,” five of the court’s nine justices said in a joint opinion. “It should be left to the free will and love of people to decide whether to maintain marriage, and the matter should not be externally forced through a criminal code.”

In their opinion, the five justices also said they doubted that the law was still useful in preventing adultery. Instead, they said, it has often been used by spouses to force a divorce or by those outside the marriage to blackmail married women who have cheated on their husbands. (The stigma of adultery is greater for women, making it harder to blackmail men who have committed adultery.)

An estimated 53,000 South Koreans have been indicted under the law since the authorities began keeping count in 1985. But in recent years, it has been increasingly rare for defendants to go to prison, in part because courts have demanded stronger proof that sexual intercourse occurred. Additionally, more plaintiffs have been dropping charges after reaching financial settlements with their spouses.

The law had been challenged four times before at the Constitutional Court since 1990, always unsuccessfully. In the last attempt, in 2008 - in a case brought by a popular actress, Ok So-Ri, whose husband had pressed a criminal complaint against her - the justices came within one vote of striking the law down.

The adultery law was adopted in 1953, with the stated purpose of protecting women who had little recourse against cheating husbands in a male-dominated society. But divorce rates and women’s economic and legal standing have soared in the decades since, leaving many to argue that the law had outlived its usefulness.

Others, however, considered the ability to open an adultery case a necessary option for wronged wives in a society that, despite its rapid change, is still largely male-centered.

Under the law, cases could be brought against people only by their spouses, and if a spouse chose to drop the complaint, the prosecutors could not continue.

Anh Il-Hwan, an official with the Ministry of Gender Equality, said Thursday that the ministry respected the court’s ruling.

“However, we need to prepare measures to protect the women victimized by adultery and will deliberate with relevant bodies to do so,” he said.

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Source: Times Live

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03-01-2015 Science&Technology
Check Out This Diamond-Encrusted Apple Watch

Sure, the 18-karat gold Apple Watch will reportedly set you back a pretty penny when it finally hits the market, but if you want something that's really going to impress your friends luxury retailer Brikk might have just the thing.

The same company behind the $8,395 diamond-encrusted iPhone 6 just unveiled its latest creations — a new lineup of fancy Apple Watches designed to offer "unmatched opulence to an exclusive clientele worldwide." The new Lux Watch product line includes 30 luxury models starting at $7,495 all the way up to $69,995.

The Lux Watch is available in either 24-carat yellow gold, 18-carat pink gold, or 950 platinum in both 38mm and 42mm sizes. The "standard" model features a single row of diamonds totaling half a carat around the watch face, and comes with a leather strap. There's also a "Deluxe" edition (right), which has 2.3 carats of diamonds in multiple rows around the face, diamond encrusted bottoms, and a leather strap with a diamond studded clasp.

For those who want the most bling, Brikk is offering the top-of-the-line "Omni" version (above), which has a "fully diamond-wrapped case and band of over 12 carats." And don't expect any cloudy diamonds here. The company uses only high-quality stunners rated D in color and VVS1 in clarity.

"The Lux Watch line stands out thanks to its meticulous production processes," Brikk said in a statement. "Each piece is disassembled inside Brikk's state-of-the-art laboratory in Los Angeles by a team of skilled engineers. They are hand polished, then plated with five layers of diverse metals before their final plating in either two layers of gold or platinum." After setting the diamonds with a microscope in a custom-machined bezel, the team then reassembles the snazzy timepiece and tests it before shipping it out to you.

Those with seriously deep pockets can pre-order their diamond-encrusted Apple watch now. Pre-orders are expected to ship out 4 to 6 weeks after Apple officially releases the watch in April.

Apple Watch Goes Vogue

If the Brikk is too pricey, you can gaze at Cupertino's timepiece in a 12-page spread in Vogue.

The 604-page Spring Fashion Blockbuster issue stars more than cover girls Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss: The March edition features all three Apple Watch styles—stainless-steel, sport, and 18-karat gold.

First spotted by Re/code, the fashion accessory graces the glossy sheets following Anna Wintour's letter from the editor. Each page features an actual-size watch or a detailed close-up of its wristband.

But fashion, and prime real estate, doesn't come cheap: Based on Vogue's general rates, Apple likely shelled out around $169,000 for 12 pages of exposure for its already hyped-up gadget.

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Source: PCMAG

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03-01-2015 Culture
Islamic State statue-smashing in Iraq was 'war crime', UN says

The destruction of historic artefacts in Iraq by Islamic State (IS) militants is a war crime, the head of the UN agency for culture, Unesco, has said.

Irina Bokova said she was appalled by an act of "cultural cleansing", calling for an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council to discuss the issue.

IS posted a video on Thursday appearing to show militants with sledgehammers smashing statues in a museum in Mosul.

Some of the artefacts date back to the 9th Century BC.

The militants said the statues were "false idols" that had to be smashed. 'Humanity's memory targeted'

At a news conference in Paris, Ms Bokova described the video as "a real shock", saying she was simply unable to finish watching the footage.

"I was filled with dismay by images of the attack on the Mosul Museum," she said.

In a statement, Unesco stressed that under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC), the deliberate destruction of cultural heritage is a war crime.

The statement added that Ms Bokova had already called on the ICC to launch an investigation.

She also announced the creation of a "global coalition against the illegal trafficking of cultural goods", adding that it would meet in coming weeks.

Meanwhile, the Louvre Museum in Paris said in a statement: "This destruction marks a new stage in the violence and horror, because all of humanity's memory is being targeted in this region that was the cradle of civilisation, the written word, and history.'

In the video released via IS social media sites, black-clad men push over statues, smash them with sledgehammers and use a pneumatic drill to destroy the rubble.

The video shows one man drilling through and pulling apart what appears to be a stone winged-bull, an Assyrian protective deity dating to the 7th Century BC.

One of the militants in the video seeks to justify their destruction in religious terms.

Analysts say the artefacts are unique and priceless, although the museum does also house copies of some items.

IS have controlled Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, since June 2014. The US military have said that an assault on the city by the Iraqi army could happen within months.

The region under IS control in Iraq has nearly 1,800 of Iraq's 12,000 registered archaeological sites.

The reported destruction of the statues follows recent reports that IS burnt down Mosul Library, which housed over 8,000 ancient manuscripts.

Source: BBC

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03-01-2015 Politics
Cameron Defends Security Services Over 'Jihadi John'

Britain's prime minister has defended his country's Security Services after reports that a radicalized British militant, who appeared in videos of the beheadings of Western hostages in Syria, was on a terror watch list before leaving Britain. Security experts continue to debate the best way to fight radicalization in Europe.

Prime Minister David Cameron pledged Friday to use all the resources of the British state to prevent extremists from committing acts of terrorism.

“We will do everything we can, with the police, with the security services, with all that we have at our disposal, to find these people and to put them out of action," said Cameron.

On Thursday it was reported that a man who appeared in Islamic State videos showing the execution of foreign hostages is British citizen Mohammed Emwazi. He had been known to British authorities for five years before he appeared in the videos recorded in Syria.

Now some political leaders in Britain are calling on the government to tighten controls on terror suspects. The Home Office currently uses Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures on suspects who cannot be charged or deported; the measures include electronic tagging, reporting regularly to the police, and restricted movement.

Analysts say counter-terrorism measures in Britain and across Europe over the past decade have failed, and now a shift is taking place in which governments are beginning to use stricter policing measures to deal with terrorist threats.

Shaun Gregory is an international security expert at Durham University.

"People are saying we have accommodated, we have reached out to Muslim communities, we have sought harmony and to some extent that has been successful. But Europe is increasingly suffering attacks on individuals, attacks on freedom of speech, and so on. And it’s quite clear that the European context is generating quite literarily thousands of jihadis," said Gregory.

The international policing unit Interpol says as many as 5,000 Europeans have traveled to Syria to join the fight there.

Gregory says over the past decade policies of Interpol member countries towards their Muslim communities have differed widely across Europe. Some countries, like France and Austria, have been less tolerant of Muslim customs. France banned the Burka, Gregory says, as an example of the country’s expectation for Muslim communities to adhere to the secular norms of the country.

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02-27-2015 Politics
'Jihadi John' identified, Reuters reports, citing Washington Post and BBC

A man with a British accent seen in ISIS videos showing the beheadings of Western hostages was identified Thursday as Mohammed Emwazi, a Kuwaiti-born Londoner, the Reuters news agency reported, citing The Washington Post and the BBC.

The identity of the man, who's become widely known as "Jihadi John," was confirmed to the Post by one of Emwazi's close friends, the newspaper reported.

A UK human rights group which had contact with Emwazi before he went to Syria also told the newspaper it believes him to be Jihadi John.

London's Metropolitan Police declined to confirm the reported identity.

"We have previously asked media outlets not to speculate about the details of our investigation on the basis that life is at risk," said Commander Richard Walton, of the Metropolitan Police's Counter Terrorism Command.

"We are not going to confirm the identity of anyone at this stage or give an update on the progress of this live counter terrorism investigation."

The masked, black-clad figure believed to be Jihadi John has become a familiar sight in ISIS' gruesome beheading videos.

He appears to be the ISIS militant shown in a video last month demanding a $200 million ransom to spare the lives of two Japanese citizens. That man looks and sounds similar to one who has appeared in at least five previous hostage videos.

U.S. and British officials have previously said they believe they know who Jihadi John is, but they haven't disclosed the information publicly.

That could be because Western intelligence agencies believe they have more to gain from keeping quiet, Aki Peritz, a former CIA officer, told CNN last month.

"They can put pressure on his family, put pressure on his friends," he told CNN. "Maybe they have a line to him. Maybe they know who his cousins are who are going to Syria who can identify him. However, if you publicly tell everybody who he is, his real identity, then maybe he'll go to ground and he'll disappear."

Source: CNN

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02-27-2015 General
DC Legalizes Pot in Capital, Despite Threats From Congress

The District of Columbia defied threats from Congress and moved forward Thursday with legalizing possession of marijuana after a voter-approved initiative.

Despite last-minute maneuvers by Republican leaders in Congress and threats that city leaders could face prison time, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said the city was implementing marijuana legalization as approved by voters. The new law took effect at 12:01 a.m.

Bowser, a Democrat, said the city's plans haven't changed despite a letter from two leading House Republicans warning of repercussions if the city moves forward with legalization.

Congress has final say over the laws in the District of Columbia, and the two sides disagree about whether Congress acted quickly enough to block an initiative legalizing pot, which was approved by nearly two-thirds of city voters in November.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, a Utah Republican who chairs the House Oversight Committee, urged Bowser in a letter late Tuesday to reconsider her plans to implement the initiative, saying that doing so would clearly violate federal law.

"Bullying the District of Columbia is not what his constituents expect, nor do ours," Bowser said. "We do disagree on a matter of law. There are reasonable ways to resolve that without us threatening him or he us."

The District becomes the first place east of the Mississippi River where recreational pot is legal. Alaska also legalized pot this week, joining Colorado and Washington state.

The initiative legalizes possession of up to 2 ounces for use at home, and people are also permitted to grow up to three mature plants. Smoking marijuana in public remains illegal, as does buying or selling the drug.

Congress approved language in December that appeared to block the initiative. District leaders argued it was enacted before Congress took action, even though it had yet to take effect. Chaffetz said that interpretation was wrong and that the mayor and other District employees would face possible prison time by moving forward.

"The penalties are severe, and we're serious about this. Nobody's wishing or wanting that to happen, but the law is clear," he said in an interview.

It would be up to the Justice Department to prosecute District officials, a scenario that appears unlikely. However, Congress could sue the city over its actions. House Republicans could also retaliate by pulling funding for other District programs.

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Source: ABC News

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02-27-2015 Entertainment
Google Increases Free Google Play Music Storage From 20,000 Songs To 50,000 Songs

Google has announced that it's expanding the free storage of its Google Play Music Service, allowing users to store 50,000 songs without any charge, up from 20,000.

Music stored within Google Play Music can be played on computers via Google's Music Manager app, on iPhones and iPads via the recently redesigned Google Play Music app, through a Chrome extension, through Chromecast, and on Android devices.

The Google Play Music storage doesn't require a subscription to Google Play Music to use it.

Users interesting in Google's free music storage can access it by going to the Google Play Music website, skipping the subscription offer and going straight to the music interface where there's an option to upload music.

New content can be uploaded directly from an iTunes library or from any other folder.

With the boost in free storage space, Google Play Music gains a bit of a competitive advantage over Apple's iTunes Match service. iTunes Match costs $25 per year and allows users to store up to 25,000 songs in iCloud, but it gives users the benefit of accessing 256-Kbps AAC DRM-free quality music for any uploaded song that's also available in the iTunes Store, MacRumors noted.

Source: News Everyday

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02-27-2015 Health
CDC investigates deadly bacteria's link to doctors' offices

The Centers for Disease Control is raising a red flag that a potentially deadly bacteria may be lurking in your doctor's office.

The bacteria, C. difficile, is typically found in hospitals, but a study out Wednesday reports a substantial number of people contracted the bug who hadn't been in a hospital, but had recently visited the doctor or dentist.

The bacteria can cause deadly diarrhea, according to the CDC, with infections on the rise. The new report shows nearly half a million Americans infected in various locations in one year, with 15,000 deaths directly attributed to C. diff.

In a 2013 study, researchers found C. diff present in six out of seven outpatient clinics tested in Ohio, including on patients' chairs and examining tables.

The CDC is so concerned that they're starting a new study to try to assess nationally whether people are getting C. diff in doctors' offices.

"This is really an important issue. We need to understand better how people are getting C. diff," said Dr. Cliff McDonald, a medical epidemiologist at the CDC.

In the meantime, patients should wash their hands after visiting the doctor's office -- with soap and water, because alcohol-based gels don't get rid of C.diff.

Another tip: Question your doctor whenever you're prescribed an antibiotic. Powerful broad-spectrum antibiotics wipe away good bacteria in your gut that fight off the bad bacteria, which leads the way to C. diff.

Johns Hopkins safety expert Dr. Peter Pronovost recommends asking your doctor if you really need an antibiotic, if there's a less powerful one that will treat your infection, and if you're being prescribed the antibiotic for the shortest time possible.

The CDC study, published Wednesday in The New England Journal of Medicine, said 150,000 people who had not been in the hospital came down with C. diff in 2011. Of those, 82% had visited a doctor's or dentist's office in the 12 weeks before their diagnosis.

The CDC is hoping its new study will help determine cause and effect, because it's possible the patients had C. diff to begin with and went to the doctor to get help. It's also possible that antibiotics prescribed during the doctor's visit, and not microbes at the doctor's office, caused the infection.

Source: CNN

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5 The Washington Post / United States 6 The People's Daily / China 7 The Daily Telegraph / United Kingdom 8 USA Today / United States
9 Los Angeles Times / United States 10 El Mundo / Spain 11 La Repubblica / Italy 12 The Times of India / India
13 Bild / Germany 14 Corriere della Sera / Italy 15 The Examiner / United States 16 The Independent / United Kingdom
17 El País / Spain 18 The Financial Times / United Kingdom 19 The Sydney Morning Herald / Australia 20 Daily News / United States
21 Chicago Tribune / United States 22 Le Monde / France 23 Marca / Spain 24 Hürriyet / Turkey
25 Die Welt / Germany 26 Asahi Shimbun / Japan 27 The Sun / United Kingdom 28 New York Post / United States
29 The Age / Australia 30 Gazeta Wyborcza / Poland 31 The Philadelphia Inquirer / United States 32 The Washington Times / United States
33 Die Zeit / Germany 34 Yomiuri Shimbun / Japan 35 The New Zealand Herald / New Zealand 36 The Onion / United States
37 Milliyet Gazetesi / Turkey 38 Il Sole 24 Ore / Italy 39 The Chicago Sun-Times / United States 40 Al-Ahram / Egypt
41 Le Figaro / France 42 Süddeutsche Zeitung / Germany 43 The Hindu / India 44 Houston Chronicle / United States
45 The Seattle Times / United States 46 Libération / France 47 The Globe and Mail / Canada 48 De Standaard / Belgium
49 The Irish Times / Ireland 50 The Toronto Star / Canada 51 Le Nouvel Observateur / France 52 Mercury News / United States
53 The Australian / Australia 54 The Denver Post / United States 55 The Christian Science Monitor / United States 56 The Dong-a Ilbo / Korea
57 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution / United States 58 Aftonbladet / Sweden 59 Kommersant / Russia 60 Bangkok Post / Thailand
61 Star Tribune / United States 62 The Hollywood Reporter / United States 63 Daily Mirror / United Kingdom 64 Dawn / Pakistan
65 El Universal / Mexico 66 The Miami Herald / United States 67 Mladá fronta Dnes / Czech Republic 68 DNA - Daily News & Analysis / India
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