Saturday Morning News: January 12th, 2013

Despite Billions In Aid, Many Haitians Still Live In Squalid Camps

How America’s Farm Industrial Complex Is Starving Haiti

Where’s the money?: How earthquake aid bypassed Haitian organisations

In the Time of Cholera

Syrian rebels capture key military base

Super Bowl Ads Sold Out; Some More Than $4 Million

Mali and France ‘repel Islamists’

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Land ho: New island emerges off German coast

Coal Loses Crown As King Of Power Generation

Juarez Priest Finds ‘Hand Of God In The Midst Of Mayhem’

Why Are Investors In Like With Facebook Again?

This Butter Sculpture Could Power A Farm For 3 Days

Geithner Began With ‘Smoldering’ Economy; What Does He Leave?

Beware Walmart’s Role in the Gun Control Debate

Hooray for Hagel

Computer Users Should Disable Java 7 Owing To Security Flaw, Experts Say

2013 Oscar nominations: Who got snubbed?

Florida holds python hunt contest

Apparently This Matters: World’s hottest curry

The Top 10 Sports Apologies (That Never Happened)

Businesses Sue Government Over Birth Control Mandate

These Haboobs Are Real, Not Fake!

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One Comment on “Saturday Morning News: January 12th, 2013”

  1. February 1, 2013 at 11:54 am #

    The film also takes place within two layres of the mind in addition to what’s actually happening in reality, which makes the film feel like a less complicated version of Inception.

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