Category:March 22, 2005
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Pages in category "March 22, 2005"
The following 23 pages are in this category, out of 23 total.
American Thom Mayne snags Pritzker architecture prize
Creationist sentiments affect Imax business strategy
David Suzuki to Visit University of Toronto
EU looks set to continue arms embargo on China
HSH Prince Rainier III of Monaco is in Intensive care
India and Europe team up for moon mission
Internet through electrical power network introduced in Bucharest
Kyrgyz president orders election probe as protesters seize control of second city
Large creature loose in London suburb
Noted stamp engraver Czeslaw Slania dies at 83
Ourmedia.org project launched to provide global repository of "grassroots media"
Romanian Commercial Bank to launch smart cards in early April
Romanian defense minister to visit Bulgaria
Romanian mobile phone giant Connex to launch 3G network
Romanian Visa card transactions increase by 60 percent in 2004
Surfwax releases "quick index" to 600k Wikipedia terms
Symbian licenses email technology from rival Microsoft
Ten dead on Minnesota Indian reservation after school shooting
Texas baby removed from life support against mother's wishes
Train derailed by collision with semi in Saskatchewan, Canada
U.S. TV networks look to past for future programming
US interest rates rise to 2.75%
Volunteers endure bed-rest study
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