Brazilian Female Vaulter Still Leads Prensa Latina Sports Survey

2 Havana, Dec 1. -Brazilian vaulter Fabiana Murer on Thursday continued heading the Prensa Latina sports survey to select the best athletes from Latin America and the Caribbean in 2011.Murer, world champion in Daegu, on Thursday added a vote of the Uruguayan Monte Carlo radio station, while totaling five and separating from her closest pursuer, Colombian triple jumper Catherine Ibargüen

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NATO Intensifies Attacks, Fighting Continues

4 Tripoli, Jun 15. -NATO fighter planes intensified their attacks on Wednesday on civilian and military targets in the capital and surrounding areas, where fighting continued between rebels and troops loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. After Tuesdayâ�Ös deadly attacks, NATO warplanes and choppers bombed Firnag, one of the most populated areas of the capital, and Ain Zara, causing an

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E.coli Epidemic Has German Gov’t under Pressure

1 Berlin, Jun 7. -The German government continued to seek the source of an E.coli epidemic that has killed 22 people. Over the weekend, authorities identified a vegetable farm in the state of Lower Saxony as the possible source of the Escherichia coli (EHEC) epidemic, but speculation has not been verified yet. Meanwhile, pressure was growing on the government of

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