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9,000 YEAR OLD-MASK


Digital News - A 9,000-year-old limestone mask, the oldest art object ever offered at Christie's, could sell for up to $600,000 when it goes under the hammer in June, the auction house said on Wednesday. The rare Neolithic limestone mask, which evokes a human skull and resembles a modern-day hockey mask, is one of the earliest sculptural types to survive from antiquity, according to Christie's.

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Brain Tapeworms Are Real, And They’re Disgusting



Digital News - You might think of tapeworms as awful parasites that find their way into your intestine, grow 15m long and cause horrible gastrointestinal issues. But that’s only one step of a larger infectious chain the tapeworm is a part of. The alien life-form doesn’t only cause crippling stomach pain; it could also debilitate mental capacities if they find their way to the brain.

What are brain tapeworms?

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The Next Big Boom Towns In The U.S.


Digital News. What cities are best positioned to grow and prosper in the coming decade? To determine the next boom towns in the U.S., Forbes, with the help of Mark Schill at the Praxis Strategy Group, took the 52 largest metro areas in the country (those with populations exceeding 1 million) and ranked them based on various data indicating past, present and future vitality.

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The World's Richest Countries 2012



Interactive news from Digital News! Who know The World's Richest Countries 2012? Yeah,... recently on 2012, Qatar is The World's Richest Countries 2012. Qatar has been ranked as the world's richest country per capita in a new list compiled by US-based Forbes magazine. Qatar has the third-largest natural gas reserves in the world, the Arab Gulf emirate of 1.7 million people is benefitting from a rebound in oil prices. Adjusted for purchasing power (PPP), And also Qatar has an estimated gross domestic product per capita of $88,222.
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Radiation from solar storms begins to hit Earth



Digital News-  Radiation from two massive solar flares emitted from the sun on Tuesday began hitting Earth's atmosphere Thursday morning, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Space Weather Prediction Center said. The flares bring a strong solar radiation storm which is capable of disrupting satellite operations and high-frequency radio transmissions.

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27 Pound Lobster Caught Off



Digital News issued the great news from Maine State Aquarium. Robert Malone went fishing for shrimp and pulled in a surprise: a 27-pound Maine lobster that could never be viewed as shrimpy. The local fisher works in Maine and was stunned to discover the lobster in a net meant, ironically, to keep lobsters out. "I'm mainly a lobster man, that's why it's kind of neat," Maloney told reporters. "It wouldn't even fit in one of my lobster traps."

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Al-Jazeera English: News Channel of the Year 2012



Digital News is proudly announcing The News Channel of the Year 2012. Al-Jazeera English has won the Royal Television Society’s News Channel of the Year award at the Television Journalism awards, beating off competition from the likes of Sky News and the BBC. "This is excellent news – and a tribute to the outstanding work of our dedicated staff who have helped to make al-Jazeera English one of the world's leading global news broadcasters," said the al-Jazeera English managing director, Al Anstey.

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