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Five school students drown in China
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Five school students drown in China

Jun 23 2013, 10:18pm CDT | by

Beijing, June 24 (IANS) Five school students drowned and one went missing after they accidentally fell into a river in central China's Hubei province, officials said.

Beijing, June 24 — Five school students drowned and one went missing after they accidentally fell into a river in central China's Hubei province, officials said. Six students from Lianghezhen Middle...

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Five school students drown in China

Jun 23 2013, 10:18pm CDT | by

Beijing, June 24 (IANS) Five school students drowned and one went missing after they accidentally fell into a river in central China's Hubei province, officials said.

Beijing, June 24 — Five school students drowned and one went missing after they accidentally fell into a river in central China's Hubei province, officials said.

Six students from Lianghezhen Middle School went walking along the Juzhang river in Dangyang city, and were taking pictures of one another while playing near the riverside Sunday, Xinhua reported.

Four students accidentally fell into the river around 2 p.m. and the other two were swept away while attempting to rescue them.

The bodies of five students were retrieved, but one remained missing, according to the municipal government.

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New Silicon Valley App Powers Hong Kong Protests

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There are now 2.1 billion people who are overweight in the world. China and India are number one and two in the world in sheer number of type 2 diabetics. In the Middle East and North Africa, rates of diabetes are rapidly increasing. It is estimated that we could spend $47 trillion over the next 20 years on lifestyle preventable chronic disease -- more than the annual GDP of the six largest economies combined. Obesity and its related diseas ...
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Don't Blame Climate Change Deniers

Sep 30 2014 11:11am CDT | Source: Truthout Stories

MythicAmerica is on a forced hiatus while I deal with health problems. But over 300,000 people in New York City the other day reminded us all that no one's health will matter much unless we take care of the planet's health. So I felt moved to polish up a previously unpublished column and share these thoughts with you: The old joke, "Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it," is no laughing matter any more. It's dead ...
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