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New iPads are just a part of Apple's bid to own every digital device in the home and the office, says Matt Warman...
Thursday, 16 October 2014 |

The Roundup for October 16th, 2014

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International Politics

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- Despite $5.4 billion raised to help Gaza rebuild, the Palestinian Authority does not expect to get half of it. Rather, it will go to Israel.

Middle East

- The economic platform of the Palestinian Liberation Organization is somewhat like the African National Congress in...

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VATICAN CITY (RNS) The change in the English version was not made in the Italian original, where the term “accogliere,” which means “to welcome,” was kept....

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'The forces of monetary deflation are gathering. Global liquidity is declining and central banks are not doing enough, either in the West or the East to offset the decline,' warns CrossBorderCapital...
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27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display
Apple has unveiled the new 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display. As the name suggests, the new iMac has a 5K display — but otherwise, it keeps the same form factor as last year’s iMac (it’s still just 5mm thick at the edge). It is priced at just $2,500, and it ships today. Boom.At 5K…...
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Thursday, 16 October 2014 |

Astrobiology: Bolts from the blue

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Astrobiology: Bolts from the blue
WHERE are they? Aliens, that is. Why is there no sign of intelligent life in the universe anywhere other than on Earth? That question has puzzled inquiring minds for centuries, and has become more pressing over the past few years, as the discovery of planets going around stars other than the sun suggests the Milky Way (Earth’s home galaxy) h...
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Hawking radiation: Sounds like the light idea
SOME sciences are observational. Some are experimental. But there are often times when practitioners of the former wish they could do the latter. So it is with those who study black holes. Known black holes (clumps of matter so concentrated that their gravity prevents even light from leaving them) are distant, massive bodies. The biggest form the...
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Planet hunting on the cheap: Sealing wax and string?
SEARCHING for planets going around stars other than the sun has not been cheap. CoRoT (Convection Rotation et Transits planétaires), a French planet-hunting satellite that was operational from 2007 to 2013, cost €175m ($220m). Kepler, an American one that was launched in 2009 and went wrong in 2013, cost $600m. But a group of graduate students at...
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A new online survey supported by the World Council of Churches (WCC) aims to promote the study of issues such as the environment, climate change and food security as part of the training of future pastors, priests and other Christian leaders.

"Activities organized by the WCC in various parts of the world in regard to climate change, environment and

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