Digest/26December2004

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Friday, December 31, 2004

Digest for 26-31 December 2004

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Articles dated 26 to 31 December 2004 are included in the compilation below.

Articles

'Fockers' set to meet another weekend title
31 December 2004
With no new wide releases, last weekend's films are set to rule U.S. and Canadian box office receipts once again.

Exeem Annonunced To Be Successor Of Suprnova
31 December 2004
Announced yesterday on Novastream, there will be a Suprnova successor "apparently".

NASA: Hope's Raised For Shuttle Flight Again Soon
31 December 2004
NASA plans to spend $612 million repairing the space shuttle system.

Linux fifth most searched tech word on Google in 2004
30 December 2004
SCO number one most searched company name.

Double car bombing attack in Mosul kills 26
30 December 2004
Twenty-five insurgents and 1 U.S. soldier dead, 15 U.S. troops injured in frontal assault.

False tsunami alert in India
30 December 2004
Citizens flee.

Gregoire wins Washington state's closest ever governor's race
30 December 2004
Republican candidate asks for new election.

Democrats ask GAO for election review
30 December 2004
House of Representatives seeks to investigate the facts behind widespread reports of voting irregularities.

South American Community of Nations announced at Third South American Summit
30 December 2004
South American nations have begun the creation of an international economic and legislative bloc.

Time Warner, Sprint close to mobile pact
29 December 2004
Company would be able to offer voice, video, Internet and mobile services.

Tsunami toll passes 80,000 people as relief effort continues
29 December 2004
Relief agencies expect number to rise further.

Republicans Subpoenaed in Ohio Recount
29 December 2004
Ohio Republican Secretary of State J. Kenneth Blackwell refused to appear for the deposition.

Asian earthquake toll nears 60,000
28 December 2004
Countries bury the dead as threat of disease looms.

Connecticut Serial Killer Competent- Waives Further Appeals
28 December 2004
Serial killer Michael Ross told a judge that he wants to die.

Security firm identifies United States as world's top spamming country
28 December 2004
42% originates in the U.S.

Drug-dealers war in Rio de Janeiro
27 December 27 2004
In 2 days 11 people were killed in Rio de Janeiro in gang turf fights between drug dealers.

Yushchenko claims victory in re-run
27 December 27 2004
Ukrainian pro-government candidate refuses to accept outcome.

U.S. and U.K. governments warn citizens against travelling to areas hit by tsunamis
27 December 2004
U.S. travel advisories to last at least one month.

Drug-dealers war in Rio de Janeiro
27 December 2004
Gang drug turf wars leave 11 dead.

Strongest earthquake in 40 years hits Southeast Asia
26 December 2004
The magnitude 9.0 quake rocked the Indian Ocean off Sumatra, setting off tsunami waves.

Australians fast over 2004 Xmas in empathy with detainees
26 December 2004
Members of the public, celebrities and politicians have been fasting in empathy with Iranian asylum seekers.

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