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  • Mexico's Illegal Immigrants are Americans

    The majority of illegal immigrants in Mexico come not from Central America, but from the US.
      As in the United States, estimates of the number of illegal immigrants in Mexico at any given time are hard to come by. But the majority are ex-pats from the U.S.
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  • No "Boys" and "Girls" at Swedish Preschool

    At Egalia preschool in Stockholm, children are not called "him" and "her," or "boy" and "girl," in an attempt to fight gender stereotypes.
      Study: Nordic countries lead the world when it comes to gender equality.
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  • Saudi Women Drive Cars to Protest Ban

    Women in Saudi Arabia have started driving cars in defiance of a ban on female drivers, in a campaign publicized on Facebook and Twitter.
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  • 10 Animals Most at Risk from Gulf Oil Spill

    Sea turtles, oysters and shorebirds are all in danger from the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico
      Though it's unclear how badly wildlife along the Gulf Coast will suffer, the timing of the spill couldn't be worse.
  • Mapping Georgia From Scratch

    Until an NGO took matters into its own hands, Georgia was literally uncharted territory
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  • Christopher Hitchens' 10 Most Controversial Quotes

    Hitchens, who died on December 15, is remembered and revered for his commentary.
      "[Giving Obama a Nobel Peace Prize] would be like giving someone an Oscar in the hope that it would encourage them to make a decent motion picture."
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  • Love Motel 2.0
  • Love Motel 2.0

    Taiwan's love motels are stepping up their game with outrageous themes, web movie marketing and extra privacy.
  • Cloned Cow to Produce "Human Milk"

    Scientists in Argentina have cloned the world's first transgenic cow, using human genes that will allow the animal to produce the equivalent of mothers' milk.
      Cloned cow is first bovine born in the world that incorporates human genes.
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