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December 29 2010 Current Events Newsletter

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December 29, 2010 China's Impact upon the Serengeti
Tanzanian President, Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete has supported the construction of a two-lane, 33 mile road running through the Serengeti National Park. In the spirit of erecting a “road to economic recovery,” one has to wonder if cell phones and hybrid cars are truly worth jeopardizing such a heritage.

WORLD EVENTS: South Korea requests new talks toward dismantling of North Korea’s nuclear program; Eastern Australia flooded by rains; Two suspected Drone attacks kill 10 in Pakistan’s tribal region; North Ireland without water for 10 days due to frozen/busted pipe lines.

ALL IN THE FAMILY: Five puppies are cloned from 9/11 hero dog, “Trakr,” who rescued the last known survivor from Ground Zero.

POLITICAL INTERESTS: Hawaii’s Democratic Governor, Neil Abercrombie, wants to release more information on US President Barack Obama’s birth certificate to quell rumors that he was born outside the US.

PERSONALITIES: Former UK Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, now serves his country as a Labor Backbencher after resigning from his office in May, 2010. Mr. Brown has been a member of Parliament since 1983, has a PhD in History, is married with two children, and is the son of a Church of Scotland minister.

SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT: After cloning five puppies from “Trakr,” 9/11 rescue dog, what next?

ALLSPICE FOR LIFE: Medical studies show that taking an aspirin a day, over 20 years, can lower the risk of cancer by 20 per cent.

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