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Learning English - Words in the News - Sri Lankan religious tensions

Learning English - Words in the News - Sri Lankan religious tensions | June 6 | Scoop.it
Thousands of Sri Lankan Buddhists demand a ban on meat prepared according to Islamic laws. Words in the News: 18 February 2013
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Learning English - Words in the News - Ceremony for new Archbishop of Canterbury

Learning English - Words in the News - Ceremony for new Archbishop of Canterbury | June 6 | Scoop.it
The Church of England appoints a new leader at a service in London today. Words in the News: 4 February 2013
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Learning English - Words in the News - Half of all food wasted

Learning English - Words in the News - Half of all food wasted | June 6 | Scoop.it
A new UK-based report says that up to half of the world's food is wasted. Words in the News: 11 January 2013
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Learning English - Words in the News - Meteor hits Russia

Learning English - Words in the News - Meteor hits Russia | June 6 | Scoop.it
More than 400 people have been injured in Russia by an explosion caused by what seems to have been a meteor. Words in the News: 15 February 2013
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Learning English - Words in the News - What does Europe want from Obama?

Learning English - Words in the News - What does Europe want from Obama? | June 6 | Scoop.it
One survey says 75% of Europeans would have voted for Obama. But what do they want from his second term? Words in the News: 21 January 2013
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Learning English - Words in the News - Australian cigarette packaging

Learning English - Words in the News - Australian cigarette packaging | June 6 | Scoop.it
The authorities in Australia are investigating whether companies which give away free cardboard covers which hide explicit photos on plain cigarette packets are breaking the law.
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