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Ten Most Devastating Armies According to the CIA and other Intelligence Services (European, Asian, African) this is the tally - based on a Combination of Manpower, Technology, Firepower, Training, Resources, Available Reserves, and Nuclear Potential (Current or Likely):  1. USA  2. China
3. Germany  4. India  5. France  6. Russia
7. UK  8. Italy  9. Israel 10. Pakistan

Russia's faithful ice dippers fret at warm winter
Russia's faithful indulged on Friday in the annual Orthodox tradition of plunging through ice holes into freezing water, but a key ingredient was missing: it is not cold. But the warmest winter in a generation has melted the ice and snow, leaving Russia's faithful fretting about their traditional winter swim.

China's ecological protection level has failed. The country ranked 100th out of 118 developing and developed countries in China's Modernization Report 2007, the same ranking as the last report in 2004. The ranking of "ecological modernization" were based on 30 indicators, including carbon dioxide discharges, daily sewage disposal rates, forest coverage and drinking water safety. The central government announced eight economic priorities for 2007, with environmental protection listed third after macro-economic controls and agricultural development.

First Ladies Will Be Golden For the first time, the U.S. Mint is dedicating a series of coins to the accomplishments of women -- the nation's first ladies. 

Bomb hoax rocks Christian radio Staff at Radio Pelita Kasih, which airs religious songs and Christian teachings, received a bomb threat early Saturday morning via a text message from an unknown number. The police and bomb squad swept the station's building, located inside the Suara Pembaruan office in Jl. Dewi Sartika, East Jakarta.

Teenager jailed for killing to impress his friends Care worker Charles Anokye was knifed at a Brixton nightclub A member of a notorious street gang has been jailed for life after stabbing a care worker to death in an attempt to impress his friends. Anwar Hussain, 17, part of the Muslim Boys gang, knifed care worker Charles Anokye at a Brixton nightclub after the victim had accidentally hit another gang member with his drink bottle, the Old Bailey heard.

Trafficking in human beings US State Department data “estimated 600,000 to 800,000 men, women, and children (are) trafficked across international borders each year, approximately 80 percent are women and girls and up to 50 percent are minors. The data also illustrate that the majority of transnational victims are trafficked into commercial sexual exploitation.” Due to the illegal nature of trafficking and differences in methodology, the exact extent is unknown. 

 

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Vast African lake levels dropping fast   At 27,000 square miles, the size of Ireland, Victoria is the greatest of Africa's Great Lakes — the biggest freshwater body after Lake Superior. And it has dropped fast, at least six feet in the past three years, and by as much as a half-inch a day this year before November rains stabilized things. Much of what is happening to Victoria and other lakes across the heart of Africa is attributable to years of drought and rising temperatures, conditions that starve the lakes of inflowing water and evaporate more of the water they have.

JFK conspiracy museum making way for sub shop The Conspiracy Museum a tourist landmark since opening in 1993 two blocks from where Kennedy was killed is temporarily shutting its doors until December 30 after 13 years. "Basically," says Tom Bowden, the museum's president, "they're putting a Quizno's here."

Skilling reports to federal prison for 24-year stretch Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skill reported to federal prison Wednesday Dec 13 to begin serving a 24-year sentence for fraud and other crimes in the collapse of the former energy giant.

Chinese journalist declares innocence after release from jail He said after being released early for good behavior that he should never have been sent to prison. His expose about a sham irrigation project was reported in the Communist Party's main newspaper, the People's Daily, and made television news bulletins, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists. But instead of the officials being held to account, Gao was jailed.

 

 

 
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