March 2011

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March 2011 was the third month of that common year. It began on a Tuesday and ended after 31 days on a Thursday.

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  • Donald Elmer, the Chief Executive of a small U.S.–based pharmaceutical company, Koronis, said that he is looking to raise money through London's Alternative Investment Market, thus enabling the next stage of clinical tests for his company's anti-HIV product, KP-1461. (Reuters)
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  • Police in Cambodia ask prosecutors to charge recruitment firm T&P with illegally detaining its staff. (BBC)
  • Raymond Davis, an official with the United States embassy in Pakistan, is acquitted of charges of two counts of murder and released from jail after compensation is paid to the victims' families, the result of intense diplomatic talks between the United States and Pakistan.(CNN) (Times of Pakistan)
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  • Police are growing concerned for the safety of Sian O'Callaghan, a 22-year-old woman who went missing while walking home from a nightclub in the English city of Swindon in the early hours of Saturday 19 March. (BBC)
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  • A US judge blocks an agreement between Google and publishers about efforts to digitize books online at Google Books. (BBC)
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