Just over six months after it was resurrected by German investors, online technology magazine The Kernel could be set to disappear once again after being swallowed up by a US rival.
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Health experts looking for ways to tackle America's soaring levels of obesity would do well to examine a recent ruling by Judge Richard Schell.
Friday 21 May 2004
In times of trouble, if you cannot turn to your family then to whom can you turn?
Tuesday 18 May 2004
A paraonid schizophrenic due to be executed later today in Texas was last night given hope of a last-minute reprieve when an influential advisory board recommended that the Governor of the state commute the sentence.
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