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US Defense Chief: North Korea Watching World Deal with Syria

US Defense Chief: North Korea Watching World Deal with Syria | Trevor's buissness communications | Scoop.it
U. S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel says North Korea is watching how the world deals with Syria and its chemical weapons. Hagel made the comments during a visit to the border between North an...

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littlebytesnews's curator insight, October 1, 2013 1:14 AM

Obama and Kerry are fumbling and bumbling along and getting made fools of....NK already has their nukes and chemical weapons and live isolated from the rest of us...what's going to stop them when they really decide to use them??

 

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Best fishing week on tap - Highlands Today

Best fishing week on tap - Highlands Today | Trevor's buissness communications | Scoop.it
Best fishing week on tap
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The fishing forecast for Central Florida's freshwater anglers for the last two days of September and first week of October, which is also the beginning of the new angling season, begins on Tuesday.
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Fish Fossil Has Oldest Known Face, May Influence Evolution - National Geographic

Fish Fossil Has Oldest Known Face, May Influence Evolution - National Geographic | Trevor's buissness communications | Scoop.it
National Geographic Fish Fossil Has Oldest Known Face, May Influence Evolution National Geographic The 419-million-year-old fish fossil could help explain when and how vertebrates, including humans, acquired our faces—suggesting a far more...
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Hawaii molasses spill killing thousands of fish & aquatic life, impact ...

Hawaii molasses spill killing thousands of fish & aquatic life, impact ... | Trevor's buissness communications | Scoop.it
On Monday, a molasses pipeline (yes, that's a thing!) leaked 1400 tons -- 233000 gallons -- of molasses into Hawaii's Honolulu Harbor and it has turned into a killer mess with no quick solution.
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