Portal:Current events/2005 October 13
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October 13, 2005
is to evacuate some staff from
state because of an increase in violence. U.N. officials said that the violence had hindered aid access to 650,000 refugees in the region.
Right to Information Act
2005, (Act No. 22/2005) law enacted by the Parliament of India giving citizens of India access to Government records, came into force in
investigative reporter Brian Ross reports that security at nuclear reactors on
college campuses is easily compromised.
could be brought back one day earlier than planned due to weather conditions at the landing area and the physical condition of the astronauts. The
People's Republic of China
was originally planned for the mission to last five days.
Scores of suspected
rebels attack the southern
in a coordinated operation against Russian security forces, killing dozens of people.
85 killed and map:
The presence of the dangerous
is confirmed in dead birds found in
, marking the first cases of the disease in
, it is announced that
winner of the
Nobel Prize for Literature
Iraq's Constitutional Referendum
: A four day curfew has been announced in order to hamper terrorists. Early voting has begun.
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