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Olympic Fans Told Not to Tweet, Text During Events London Olympics fans were told by Games bosses to avoid non-urgent texting and tweeting because the overloaded network was affecting TV coverage. July 30, 2012
Khmer Rouge Leader Declared Fit For War Crimes Trial Nuon Chea, the most senior surviving Khmer Rouge leader, has been declared fit for trial by a Cambodia court. March 30, 2013
NY Times: Obama to Name John Kerry Secretary of State A senior administration official tells The New York Times that the president will name Kerry to secretary of state. December 21, 2012
Spain Celebrates Els Enfarinats Festival With a Flour and Egg Battle Citizens of Spain's Ibi annually celebrate the Els Enfarinats Festival with a battle of flour, eggs and firecrackers December 28, 2013
Thomas Kinkade Painting Sales Surge Since His Death Thomas Kinkade Painting Sales Surge Since His Death Kinkade's works have been flying off gallery walls since the painter's unexpected death at age 54. April 10, 2012
Delta to Buy Oil Refinery to Cut Fuel Costs Delta Air Lines said Monday it will buy an oil refinery near Philadelphia in hopes of cutting $300 million a year from its jet fuel bill. May 01, 2012

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