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Why on Earth Did the Feds Approve a High-Pressure Gas Pipeline Near a Nuke Plant?

gas pipeline explosion dangerSince March 3, 2015, three high-risk conditions have begun converging north of the New York metro area: the aging Indian Point nuclear power plant; a high pressure, high-volume gas pipeline; and an authorization by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to build a new segment of the pipeline in close proximity to the nuclear plant

. In the few weeks since the authorization, apart from some felled trees in Yorktown Heights, there have been few visible signs that millions of New Yorkers may soon be living with the increased risk of a fiery, pipeline-triggered nuclear accident, 37 miles north of the City.

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Boko Haram kills 41, prevents hundreds voting in Nigeria

Boko Haram kiklls votersBoko Haram extremists killed 41 people, including a legislator, and scared hundreds of people from polling stations in the northeast, but millions voted across Nigeria Saturday in the most closely contested presidential race in the nation's history.

In electoral violence elsewhere, three people including a soldier were shot and killed in political thuggery in southern Rivers state, and two car bombs exploded at polling stations in the southeast but no one was injured, according to police.

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Critics question study that denied pesticides' danger to bees

bee pesticidesSeveral government ministers in the United Kingdom are facing criticism over the scientific legitimacy of a two-year-old bee study.

The study in question -- sponsored and quoted by several government figures but not originally peer-reviewed -- claimed to find no relationship between a class of pesticides called neonicotinoids and declining bee health.

"The absence of these effects is reassuring but not definitive," study author Helen Thompson, a scientist with the government's Food and Environment Research Agency, said in 2013.

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At Least 17 Dead In Somalia Hotel Attack

Somalia hotel attackSomali troops on Saturday took full control of a hotel that extremist gunmen stormed and occupied for more than 12 hours following a suicide bombing. At least 17 people died and dozens were wounded.

The gunfire has stopped and security agents have accessed the whole building, said senior police officer Capt. Mohamed Hussein. He had earlier said the gunmen were believed to have occupied the third and fourth floors of the the Maka Al-Mukarramah hotel in the capital Mogadishu.

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Watch as People Across the Globe Switch Off Their Lights for Earth Hour

Earth hourSeven thousand cities in 162 countries across the globe are turning off their lights for Earth Hour this year. Each city will dim their skyline beginning at 8:30 p.m. local time on Saturday.

Earth Hour started in 2007 as a World Wildlife Fund event in Australia and has grown to become a global message that citizens across the world must work together to fight climate change.

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Diplomats and U.N. staff flee Yemen as Houthis target Aden

UN staff and diplomats flee YemenSaudi Arabia's navy evacuated dozens of diplomats from Yemen and the United Nations pulled out international staff on Saturday after a third night of Saudi-led air strikes trying to stem advances by Iranian-allied Houthi fighters.

Residents reported heavy clashes between the Houthis and mainly Sunni tribal fighters in the south of the country, while the Saudi-led air campaign sought to stall a fresh offensive by the Shi'ite Muslim group on Aden from the east.

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San Francisco bans publicly funded travel to Indiana after discrimination law

Edwin LeeSan Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee on Thursday banned all publicly funded city employee travel to Indiana after the governor there signed a law allowing businesses to turn away gay and lesbian customers.

The legislation, signed into law Thursday by Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, allows businesses to refuse service to customers based on their religious beliefs.

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Ex-Khmer Rouge official charged with crimes against humanity

Cambodian tribunal charges war crimesA U.N.-backed war crimes tribunal charged former Khmer Rouge official Ta An with crimes against humanity and premeditated murder, despite warnings from Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen against the prosecution of additional suspects of the previous regime.

The Phnom Penh Post reported the Khmer Rouge's former deputy Central Zone secretary Ao An, also known as Ta An, is the second suspect in the court's case 004.

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Two astronauts lift off historic year at International Space Station

Astronauts year in spaceAn American astronaut and Russian cosmonaut left Earth on Friday en route to the International Space Station for an entire year.

American Scott Kelly and Russian Mikhail Kornienko began their marathon mission with a Soyuz rocket launch from Kazakhstan at 1:42 a.m. Saturday morning, or 3:42 Friday afternoon on the American east coast. They should arrive at the orbiting outpost six hours later.

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