Category:April 19, 2005
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The following 20 pages are in this category, out of 20 total.
109th Boston marathon takes place
Afghan coalition forces repel Taliban ambush: 8 killed, 16 captured
Angolan Marburg virus still threat
Associated Press changes online fee structure to meet Internet demands
Associated Press will charge for online content in 2006
Barry Prime becomes Swim Ireland's new National Performance Director
British retailer Littlewoods plans to axe 3,200 jobs
Denunciations of Scandals Threaten UN
Elwood Norris receives 2005 Lemelson-MIT Prize for invention
German Cardinal Ratzinger elected Pope Benedict XVI
Massachusetts man arrested on charge of murdering Christa Worthington after three year investigation
MiniMax Discount to open inaugural stores in southern Romania
New mass grave discovered in Kosovo
North Korea shuts down its main nuclear reactor
Romanian Ministry of Communications and IT discusses future objectives
Simon's Rock College tests Alan Turing theories with 'Imitation Game' experiment
Teen tram thief may yet work as tram driver
Thermoelectric plants in Arad, Romania to be modernised
U.S. federal communications agency revisits do-not-call registry
Ukrainian president to visit Romania
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