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Palestine: Documentary About Arafat's Death Prompts Questions

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Al Jazeera recently broadcast a documentary on the mysterious death of Palestinian President Yasser Arafat in Paris on 11 November, 2004. The documentary alleges that rather than dying of natural causes, Arafat was poisoned with polonium, raising many questions.

New York Times Op-ed columnist Frank Bruni is longing for more of the Clintons! He's got the details - all the reasons we love Bill & Hillary. no mention of Chelsea, but I do enjoy her reports on NBC news!

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#ZombieApocalypse ::: A study of 45-thousand women in DENMARK has found that Women who are infected with a common parasite known as toxoplasmosis, may be prone to hurt themselves or attempt suicide! Humans can become chronically infected by eating undercooked meat or unwashed vegetables or by handling cat litter, as the parasite is known to multiply in the gut of infected cats. » more

We figured out that Rihanna wasn't very smart when the pop diva was getting punched out by Chris Brown. Her purse, it seems, has also taken a few hits... Wise up, young lady!
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