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1. 5 December Festivals Celebrated Around the World
What festivals are taking place this month around the world? Christmas, yes. Hanukkah, yes. Just those, you think? Well, there are quite a few other celebrations in December that don’t have to do with these two. Let's read on!
2. Zimbabweans March to Demand Mugabe's Downfall
Zimbabweans took to the streets of Harare on Saturday, November 18, 2017,as they danced and stomped on the streets, marching towards President Mugabe’s home to send their message across. Is this the end to President Mugabe's rule?
3. Amazon and Walmart to Deliver Packages into Homes
Amazon and Walmart are trying out a new service that will not only deliver ordered packages to your addresses, but directly inside your home. Will this work?
4. Marijuana Legalization in Canada
The legalization of Marijuana in Canada is set to commence in July 2018. While the current Canadian PM Trudeau is pushing to have this happen on the set date, many others are opposed to this and are asking, "What's the hurry?" Read on for more on this issue.
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6. Cranberries Found to Offer Natural Antibiotic Benefits
According to research, a compound found in cranberries may be effective in altering the E. coli bacteria.
7. Teenage Girl Dies From Hockey Puck Blow
This article is about 14-year-old Brittanie Cecil who died from being hit by a flying hockey puck at an NHL game last Saturday.
8. Unsolved Murder Is Still Unsolved After A Year
This article is about the Jaume murder case, which remains unsolved after a year, and whose anniversary was on July 4, 2002.
9. Character Under Attack and What You Can Do About It
The need for teaching character and vitue to children
10. How the Flu Vaccine Works
The vaccine for the flu was discovered in 1944. Here is how it works, and how a new vaccine is made each year.
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