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News from the BBC [Sep. 15th, 2004|11:16 am]
Peter Sheil
Americans flee as hurricane nears
Two million people are urged to leave their homes along the southern US coast, as Hurricane Ivan approaches.
(... and hurricane Jeanne is heading for the east coast of Florida! )

Brazil is world 'hacking capital'
Brazil is the global capital for computer hacking and internet fraud, say experts at a conference in Brasilia.

Europe told to 'rethink security'
A study commissioned by the EU calls for a major rethink of security within its borders and beyond.

Charity pressing for smoking ban
Campaigners say a ban on smoking in public places could save more lives than new anti-cancer drugs.

From: fruitbatz
2004-09-15 05:57 am (UTC)
lately seems a better idea to NOT watch the news
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[User Picture]From: petersheil
2004-09-15 06:51 am (UTC)
Personally I'd rather know, but you do get the same news every 20 minutes/half an hour (I remember from when I was in the US) so I could only withstand it for a short while before I had to change on to something else. Mind you I did think that the Weather Channel was one of the more interesting ones :)
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