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Stop the charade, pave way for credible polls

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Dangerous levels of mercury in food chain

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Nothing to gain by using cane

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Sharon’s eventual death

THE former Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon, known as the Butcher, died Saturday. Very few people outside Israel had any knowledge that he was in a vegetative state at the Sheba Medical Centre near Tel Aviv since suffering a stroke... Full story


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