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Canada approves Facebook changes
BBC News-2010-09-27 10:23:40

Facebook logo The Canadian commissioner will continue to monitor the site. The Canadian privacy commissioner is happy with changes made by Facebook, following an investigation of the site's policies last year.Full Story

Six dead after US breakfast killing spree in Kentucky
Relatives of Neace's victims in Jackson Family and friends of the victims are struggling to understand the killings.
 
Obama supports 'the right' for ground zero mosque
President Obama was speaking at a Muslim Iftar dinner at the White House US President Barack Obama has staunchly defended controversial plans to build a mosque near Ground Zero in New York.
 
BP oil spill costs pass $6bn mark
BP oil spill costs pass $6bn mark A drillship burns off gas collected at the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill The leak was capped in the middle of July The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico caused by the Deepwater Horizon rig explosion has so far cost BP a total of $6.
 
Ellen DeGeneres quits American Idol
Ellen DeGeneres DeGeneres set up her own record label after joining American Idol. Comedienne and chat show host Ellen DeGeneres is leaving American Idol after one season on the judging panel.
 
FBI to help investigate leak of documents on Afghan war
US Defence Secretary Robert Gates has called in the FBI to help with the inquiry into the leaking of more than 90,000 classified military records.
 
G20 rioters burn cars, smash windows during violent clashes
TORONTO — Riot police arrested more than a hundred G20 protesters who rampaged through the city’s downtown core burning police cars and smashing windows on Saturday.
 
'World's biggest' forest protection deal for Canada
'World's biggest' forest protection deal for Canada. By Richard Black Environment correspondent, BBC News Lake The agreement will protect much of Canada's wide open rangelands.
 
'Pakistan Taliban' behind Times Square bomb plot
Eric Holder, speaking on ABC's "This Week": "We know that they helped facilitate it" The US has evidence the Pakistani Taliban was behind the attempted car bombing in New York's Times Square, Attorney General Eric Holder says.
 
Suspicious Package: TSA Worker Jailed After Junk Joke
 Suspicious Package: TSA Worker Jailed After Junk Joke. MIA worker assaults colleague who made crack at genitalia after walk through machine By WILLARD SHEPARD and BRIAN HAMACHER.
 
Rogue deer run amok in ale house
By DINESH RAMDE, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Milwaukee Bucks’ rallying cry — “fear the deer” — turned into a punchline Sunday afternoon when two deer burst through the glass doors of a Menomonie restaurant as patrons watched a Bucks playoff game.
 
Facebook Glitch Brings New Privacy Worries
Facebook Glitch Brings New Privacy Worries By JENNA WORTHAM Published: May 5, 2010. For many users of Facebook, the world’s largest social network, it was just the latest in a string of frustrations.
 
Shanghai Is Trying to Untangle the Mangled English of Chinglish
Shanghai has been trying to harness English translations that sometimes wander, like “cash recyling machine.
 
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