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01-29-2015 Science&Technology
Twitter Adding Video Sharing, Group Messaging Features

In the face of new social media competitors such as WhatsApp and Snapchat, venerable Twitter is rolling out two new features.

Annie Heckenberger, an advertising expert and “community trailblazer” with Philadelphia-based advertising agency Red Tettemer, says Twitter has been historically slow in rolling out new features, but the social networking company is now releasing two major updates to its platform: group direct messages, and native video-sharing and editing.

“The reasons behind these two features is most likely because they were seeing other, newer apps surpass them — like Instagram — so Twitter really needed to go back to the drawing board to figure out how to make their product a little more sticky,” she says.

And Heckenberger says the new video feature is the most appealing to advertisers.

“It plays within the tweet,” she explains, “so I don’t have to link out and send somebody to Youtube or Facebook or another platform. And thirty seconds is a sweet spot to tell a story with video.”

Twitter says the features are rolling out to all users over the next few weeks.

Source: CBS Philly

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01-29-2015 Politics
Jordan says it would swap terrorist for ISIS captive

What started as a dire, but unfortunately familiar, kidnapping by ISIS of two Japanese citizens has evolved into something else.

It was a life-and-death negotiation between ISIS and Japan that has apparently claimed one life and brought another country into the mix.

A brief summary of the dizzying developments:

  • ISIS demanded $200 million from Japan in exchange for the release of two hostages, Haruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto
  • Japan refused to pay, and ISIS announced that it beheaded Yukawa.
  • ISIS dropped its demand for money and made a new request: To save Goto's life, Japan must pressure Jordan to release Sajida al-Rishawi, a convicted would-be suicide bomber.
  • If Jordan does not release the prisoner, ISIS warned, it would kill two prisoners: Goto and Moaz al-Kassasbeh, a Jordanian military pilot being held by the terrorists.
  • Jordan responded by offering to release al-Rishawi in exchange for its pilot. The Jordanian offer did not mention the remaining Japanese hostage at all.

Deadline looming

Jordan would release al-Rishawi as ISIS apparently demanded, if ISIS releases al-Kassasbeh, the country's state-run TV said Wednesday, citing Jordanian Information Minister Mohammed Momani.

The announcement comes as an apparent ISIS deadline looms: A video file posted online Tuesday said that ISIS would kill al-Kassasbeh and Goto within 24 hours if Jordan did not release al-Rishawi, an Iraqi woman who has been imprisoned in Jordan since 2005.

It wasn't immediately clear if ISIS would accept Jordan's offer. In two videos since last week, the terror group appeared to offer Goto's freedom in exchange for al-Rishawi's. It did not offer al-Kassasbeh's freedom, but indicated in one instance that he and Goto would be killed if al-Rishawi were not freed.

Wednesday's Jordanian news bulletin about the country's offer to swap al-Rishawi for al-Kassasbeh made no mention of Goto.

With the fates of their children hanging in the balance, the families of Goto and al-Kassasbeh called on their governments Wednesday to do everything they can to save the hostages before time runs out.

Tuesday's apparent ISIS video file showed a static image of Goto holding a picture that appears to be al-Kassasbeh, the pilot captured by ISIS last month after his jet crashed in Syria.

With the image, a voice purporting to be that of Goto repeats an earlier proposal that he will go free if Jordan releases al-Rishawi, who is on death row in Jordan for her role in deadly bombings in 2005.

But the latest message says the lives of both Goto and al-Kassasbeh are at stake if the swap doesn't taken place before the deadline.

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Source: CNN

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01-29-2015 Science&Technology
vCloud Air targets disasters

VMware has announced enhanced disaster recovery and advanced networking services for VMware vCloud Air.

VMware also announced the general availability of vCloud Air Virtual Private Cloud OnDemand, which provides customers a quick online sign-up to pay for only those resources that are used. As part of the general availability of vCloud Air OnDemand, VMware introduced a new program to make it easier for customers to have the predictable billing of a subscription, but only pay for cloud resources consumed with a new Subscription Purchasing Program.

“Public cloud is a part of every VMware client’s view of the future because it helps them move faster and get far greater value for money from their IT Infrastructure,” said Bill Fathers, executive vice president and general manager, Cloud Services Business Unit, VMware. “VMware vCloud Air provides our clients with these benefits for both new and existing applications. The service enhancements announced today reflect strong client interest in a public cloud platform compatible with existing vSphere environments.”

Simple, affordable cloud disaster recovery

One of the most compelling use cases for hybrid cloud is a simpler model for disaster recovery and business continuity. IT has become the lifeblood of most businesses, and any disruption to IT systems can lead to lost revenue, missed opportunity, and competitive disadvantage. VMware vCloud Air Disaster Recovery delivers cost-effective, flexible and simple disaster recovery for business continuity planning.

VMware vCloud Air Disaster Recovery can be implemented in less than an hour and replicates virtual machines and data to vCloud Air, providing a warm-standby virtual data centre in the event of a disaster. Customers choose vCloud Air for disaster recovery because it requires zero changes to the existing virtualised environment, and because vCloud Air supports all the operating systems and applications they run today – without conversions. The new capabilities include:

  • Native failback support – Customers will now have an easier way to resume normal data centre operations in their primary data centre following a failover to vCloud Air. Customers will be able to replicate workloads back from vCloud Air to the primary customer environment over the network to resume normal operations.
  • Multiple recovery points – Customers will have the option to roll back to multiple earlier snapshots of their data centre environment. This is vital to recover from outages caused by data corruption, viruses or hacking attacks that compromise the most recent recovery point.
  • Self-service automation – Customers will be able to define and deploy recovery playbooks to streamline failover operations using a new vRealize Orchestrator DR plug-in, open source DR Command Line Interface (CLI) and an expanded REST API.

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Source: GADGET

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01-29-2015 Science&Technology
'Bulletproof' Battery Could Prevent Fires, Researchers Say

The same bulletproof material that has saved countless lives may now have another practical use in everything from smartphones to airplanes.

Researchers at the University of Michigan have used Kevlar as a barrier to create slimmer lithium-ion batteries. The result is a battery that lasts longer, is more flexible and is explosion-proof, according to Nicholos Kotov.

The University of Michigan professor, who is co-inventor of the technology, told ABC News that Kevlar was chosen as an insulator for its "high strength" and "heat resistance."

Standard lithium-ion batteries work by sending charges between electrodes via a circuit path. When battery membrane holes become a certain size, lithium atoms can accumulate and create structures called dendrites, which poke through the membrane.

Dendrites become a problem if they reach the other electrode, which will short out the circuit. This is how some battery fires are believed to have started.

"It turns out that this strength [of Kevlar] is very important for the prevention of the growth of dendrites in the batteries," Kotov said.

The University of Michigan team founded a company, called Elegus Technologies, with the hope of bringing the research to market.

Kotov said 30 companies have so far requested samples of the material and that they hope to begin production toward the end of 2016.

Source: ABC News

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01-29-2015 Science&Technology
Canadian agency reported to be monitoring millions of downloads

A Canadian surveillance agency is tapping into Internet cables and analyzing up to 15 million downloads from popular file-sharing websites each day, in an effort to identify political extremists, according to a news report by The Intercept and CBC News.

The Canadian Communications Security Establishment [CSE] program allows the agency to monitor downloads in several countries across North America, Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, according to the news reports, published Wednesday morning. The reports are based on leaks from Edward Snowden, the former contractor at the U.S. National Security Agency.

The CSE program, called Levitation, allows the agency to monitor downloads from popular websites used to share videos, photographs, music and other files, according to the reports. The goal of the program is to identify people downloading or uploading content connected to terrorism, such as bomb-making guides or hostage videos, the news reports said.

In the effort to identify people connected to terrorism, the CSE shifts through records of millions of downloads and uploads from Internet users not suspected of criminal activity, the reports said.

CSE’s press office didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment on the stories, but the agency did tell the news organizations that it is “legally authorized to collect and analyze metadata, including from parts of the Internet routinely used by terrorists.” The agency’s activities are not directed at Canadians, CSE said.

The news reports take their information from a mid-2012 PowerPoint presentation. In the presentation an analyst, apparently joking, says the Levitation system is sometimes overloaded with downloads of the TV series Glee. CSE finds about 350 “interesting” downloads each month, according to the presentation.

At the time, the program monitored activity on 102 file-sharing websites, including RapidShare, SendSpace and the shuttered Megaupload, the presentation said.

Privacy groups questioned CSE’s activities.

“CSE is clearly spying on the private online activities of millions of innocent people, including Canadians, despite repeated government assurances to the contrary,” David Christopher, communications manager of digital rights group, said on the group’s website. “Law-abiding Internet users who use popular file hosting services are now finding themselves under the government’s microscope.”

With Canadian IP addresses among those targeted, “this amounts to spying on the private information of innocent Canadians, at any time, without a warrant,” he added. “This alarming development underlines the need for robust action to rein in CSE’s reckless and out of control spying activities.”


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01-29-2015 Science&Technology
Dell XPS 13 review (2015): Meet the world's smallest 13-inch laptop

CES has come and gone; the holidays are long past; and now all we're left with are a few months of dreary weather. No fun, right? Right. Except if you're a tech writer. Now that most major companies have revealed their new lineups, we have the exciting job of testing all this stuff; seeing how it holds up in real life. The first product of the year to cross my desk: none other than the Dell XPS 13, a compact 13-inch laptop that ranked as a finalist for our annual Best of CES awards. In addition to being the first system we've tested with Intel's new fifth-generation Core processor, the redesigned XPS is notable for its nearly bezel-less display -- a design feat that allows it to have the footprint of an 11-inch machine. Particularly with a starting price of $800 (pretty reasonable for a flagship laptop), it seemed poised to become one of our new favorite Ultrabooks. And you know what? It actually is.


  • Nearly bezel-less display allows it to be more compact than other 13-inchers
  • Vibrant screen, strong audio to match
  • Attractive design, well-built Comfortable keyboard
  • Fast performance
  • Lots of configuration options


  • Merely average battery life, at least without the optional mobile charger
  • Touchpad could use some fine-tuning Doesn't come standard with a touchscreen -- and is expensive if you do opt for that feature


Other than an update to the touchpad, there's very little we would change about Dell's redesigned XPS 13: It's compact and well-built, with a gorgeous screen, fast performance and surprisingly good audio quality. You'll pay dearly to get it with a touchscreen, but even then, it's priced in line with other flagship Ultrabooks -- and in some ways it's a better choice, too.


I suspect many people will buy the XPS 13 purely because of that gorgeous screen, but personally, after using the laptop for a week, I'm more impressed with how small it is. To be fair, of course, I'm a little late to the game: Netbooks and 11-inch laptops have been around for years, but until now, I've avoided them precisely because I prefer the extra screen real estate. That said, with a display this big, the XPS 13 feels like the best of both worlds. Especially for frequent travelers like me. Take my recent cross-country flight to Seattle. The laptop took up less space in my backpack than my MacBook Air would have. It was easier to balance on a cramped airplane tray, even with the person in front of me leaning all the way back (thanks, dude). And for those moments when I had to put my laptop out of sight, it was small enough that I could stow it inside the seat-back compartment with room to spare.

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01-29-2015 Business
Volvo’s entry car, S60, gets more power, plus fuel economy

With new, more powerful turbo engines, the 2015.5 Volvo S60 is a distinctive, European premium sedan that’s nimble, quick and has a surprisingly comfortable driver seat for 6-footers.

The new S60 with base turbo four cylinder also ranks among the top 10 non-hybrid, non-electric, gasoline-powered, compact and mid-size sedans in fuel economy this year. The federal government estimates fuel mileage at 25 miles per gallon in city driving and 37 mpg on the highway for a front-wheel drive S60 with base engine.

All 2015.5 front-wheel drive S60s come standard with energy-conserving brakes and an automatic start/stop mechanism that turns off the engine when the vehicle is stopped, say, at a stoplight, to save fuel. The engine automatically turns back on when the driver lets up on the brake pedal to get ready to go.

Best of all, the S60 earned top, five out of five stars in government crash testing for the third year in a row.

The S60 is Volvo’s entry-level model, with the lowest starting retail price of any Volvo. Starting manufacturer’s suggested retail price, including destination charge, is $34,890 for a base, 2015 front-wheel drive S60 T5 model with 240-horsepower, turbocharged four cylinder and eight-speed automatic transmission.

The lowest starting retail price for a 2015 S60 with all-wheel drive is $36,390. The lowest starting retail price for a 2015 S60 with uplevel, 302-horsepower, turbocharged and supercharged four cylinder is $40,190. This is a front-wheel drive model with eight-speed automatic.

Competitors include other premium sedans such as the rear-wheel drive, 2015 BMW 320i, which has a starting MSRP, including destination charge, of $33,900 with 180-horsepower, turbo four cylinder and eight-speed automatic. But a 2015 BMW 328i with a turbo four cylinder that has the same 240 horses as the base Volvo S60 is much more — $39,000.

The 2015 Mercedes-Benz C300 sedan with 241-horsepower, turbocharged four cylinder and seven-speed automatic transmission has a starting retail price of $39,325.

Source: The Washington Post

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01-29-2015 Science&Technology
FCC warns hotels against blocking guests' wi-fi

It seemed like a good idea at the time. Hotels, miffed by guests who used their own wi-fi hotspots instead of paying $12 or more to use the hotels' in-house systems, decided to try blocking personal hotspots.

It didn't work out too well. It turns out it's illegal to interfere with legal radio transmissions and the Federal Communications Commission fined Marriott $600,000 for blocking guests' wi-fi at a Nashville Marriott.

Stung, Marriott, Hilton and hotel trade groups then petitioned the FCC asking for a waiver that would let them soak guests without fear of fines.

No dice, said FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler in a strongly-worded statement.

“Consumers must get what they pay for," Wheeler said. "The Communications Act prohibits anyone from willfully or maliciously interfering with authorized radio communications, including Wi-Fi. Marriott’s request seeking the FCC’s blessing to block guests’ use of non-Marriott networks is contrary to this basic principle."

Wheeler warned that future infractions will be dealt with harshly.

"Protecting consumers from this kind of interference is a priority area for the FCC Enforcement Bureau. The Enforcement Bureau recently imposed a $600,000 fine on Marriott for this kind of conduct, and the FCC will continue to enforce the Communications Act if others act similarly."

Censors beware

The prohibition, of course, does not apply only to hotels. Churches, schools, theaters and other venues have been known to block -- or jam -- cell phone and wi-fi transmissions, hoping to prevent phones ringing and iChats bleeping during sermons, cantatas, lectures and so forth.

Some had argued that jamming wi-fi and cellphone calls is permissible because such devices are not licensed. It's true that you don't need a license to use a cellphone but the wireless carriers are licensed and the use of the devices is legal under the Communications Act, meaning it's protected from jamming by those who think they should have total control of their guests, congregants, students and what-have-you.

Source: Consumer Affairs

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01-28-2015 Politics
Corinthia Hotel in Tripoli, Libya, Stormed by Terrorists

Terrorists launched a bomb and gun attack on a Libyan hotel popular with government ministers and Western diplomats Tuesday, killing up to five people.

Guests fled the waterfront Corinthia Hotel in Tripoli after the attack began shortly after 9 a.m. local time (2 a.m. ET). A car bomb later exploded nearby.

"It is more than likely that there are hostages held by the gunmen on the 23rd floor," Essam Naas, a spokesman for Tripoli security forces, told Reuters. "The security forces are evacuating the guests floor by floor. There was shooting between the gunmen and the security forces."

However, Mahmoud Hamza, commander of Libya's Special Deterrent Force, told private satellite television station al-Nabaa that the situation was "under control," though he couldn't confirm the whereabouts of the gunmen.

Five foreigners were killed inside the hotel, The Associated Press quoted Hamza as saying. NBC News could not immediately confirm that report.

A hotel worker told the AP that there were five masked attackers and they had fired randomly at the staff in the lobby. The staffer, who did not want to be identified, said Italian, British and Turkish guests were staying at the hotel but that it was largely empty at the time of the attack.

The worker said colleagues and foreign guests fled out the hotel's back doors into the parking lot. When they got there, he said a car bomb exploded only 100 yards away.

The Maltese-owned hotel is popular with diplomats and lawmakers from Libya's chaotic rival governing factions. It was home to ex-PM Ali Zeidan when he was was kidnapped by militia in 2013.

The area around the scene was sealed off by people wearing police uniforms.

It was not immediately clear who was behind the attack. The SITE monitoring service reported a militant group claiming affiliation with ISIS had claimed responsibility, adding it was in revenge for the recent death in custody of Abu Anas al-Libi. Al-Libi, 50, was alleged to have helped plan the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Tanzania and Kenya. He died in New York while awaiting trial earlier this month.

Malta Today published security images of what it said were the suspected attackers. NBC News could not immediately verify the report.

Malta's Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said on Twitter that all Maltese citizens at Corinthia were "currently in a safe location."

Matthew Dixon, commercial director of the Corinthia Hotel Group, said: "The situation is unfolding in front of us. We have no further information above and beyond what is being reported locally.

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Source: NBC NEWS

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01-28-2015 Science&Technology
Super-thin Kevlar layers promise safer, slimmer batteries

Scientists have spent a lot of time trying to lengthen battery life, but safety and thickness matter, too. Just ask Boeing about that first problem -- its 787 Dreamliner was grounded for months thanks to battery fires. However, a group of University of Michigan researchers may have found a way to make lithium-ion energy packs that are safer and slimmer at the same time. The team has developed Kevlar-based, nano-sized membranes that insulate the electrodes in a battery while still allowing lithium ions to pass through and create a proper circuit. The extra-thin layers should not only reduce the chances of short circuiting, but allow for more energy in a given space. You could get away with thinner batteries in smartwatches and other devices without giving up battery life... or worrying that your device will spontaneously combust, for that matter.

The best part? Unlike a lot of battery experiments, there's a roadmap in place for real, tangible products. The researchers have formed their own company, Elegus Technologies, and expect to mass-produce Kevlar-equipped lithium cells in the fourth quarter of 2016. It's going to be a while after that before there's something you can buy (Elegus is still in talks with other companies), but don't be surprised if your 2017 mobile gear is at once more portable and more dependable.


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01-28-2015 Environment
What a warming world means for major snowstorms

The first flakes have already begun falling from New Jersey up through Boston. More than 5,000 flights have already been cancelled. Store shelves have been cleared of bread and milk. The blizzard is coming.

An intense nor’easter is slated to drop snowfalls ranging from a few inches to around three feet in the worst-hit spots from Monday through Wednesday according to forecasters, along with strong winds and storm surge in coastal areas. It might seem strange to talk about a major winter storm in the context of a warming world, but as the climate changes, extreme snowfalls may become a bigger proportion of all snowstorms.

Simply put, the warmer atmosphere holds more moisture, which can mean more snow as long as temperatures remain cold enough; average snow amounts are actually expected to decrease with warming by 2100, but the most extreme snows won’t drop off quite as quickly.

Like other historic nor’easters that have buried cities like New York and Boston in the past, this storm’s potentially record-breaking snows are a product of, well, a perfect storm of atmospheric conditions.

The low pressure area at the heart of the storm is tracking along the East Coast in a way that lets it exploit the contrast between the cold air over land and the warmth of the oceans, which are running more than 2 °F warmer than normal along much of the coast, said Kevin Trenberth, a climatologist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado. The warmer ocean waters mean more moisture in the atmosphere for the storm to suck up; the cold air over the continent ensures that moisture falls as snow.

“The developing storm is in just the right position to tap into the high moisture over the ocean and develop as it experiences the sharp contrast between the continent and the relatively warm ocean,” Trenberth said in an email.

About half of the current anomalous ocean warmth, and therefore the enhanced moisture, can be attributed to climate change, Trenberth said. As the oceans and atmosphere warm due to the buildup of heat-trapping greenhouse gases, that moisture source could continue to grow, to the tune of 4% more water vapor in the atmosphere for every 1 °F rise in global temperatures. Earth’s average temperature has already risen by 1.6 °F since the beginning of the 20th century, and is expected to rise another 0.5 °F to 9 °F by 2100, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, depending on greenhouse gas emissions.

But whether that increased moisture means more snow in the future depends on how warm the air gets over land. Snowstorms occurring in the middle of winter like this nor’easter could drop more snow because temperatures are more likely to stay cold enough for the water to freeze.

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01-28-2015 Science&Technology
Internet browser Vivaldi takes aim at tech savvy users

Veteran software maker Jon von Tetzchner launched a new internet browser on Tuesday, offering an interface for high-volume users who "have problems fitting all their open tabs on one screen", he said in a Reuters interview.

Known as Vivaldi and available on desktop computers from Tuesday, the browser's initial launch covers the Windows, Mac and Linux platforms.

"A mobile phone and a tablet version are in the pipeline. We are working on it, but they won't be out until they're ready," said von Tetzchner, who owns 90 percent of the company's shares and has paid for the development.

"At some point it will need to fund it self and to reach that point we will need a few million users. I have no doubt that we will reach that number quite easily," he added.

With features like personalized notes, bookmarks with small screen shots and speed dials with options for multiple groups and folders, Vivaldi hopes to attract high-volume users.

Despite tough competition from the likes of Google's Chrome, Microsoft's Internet Explorer, Apple's Safari, Mozilla Corp's Firefox and Opera Software's browser, von Tetzchner believes there is still room for more.

"We welcome everyone, but this is first of all a browser for people who expect and need more," he said. "There is without a doubt a demand for this type of browser even though I don't expect it to take more than a few percent of the total market."

Vivaldi has signed a few affiliation deals ahead of the launch and is in talks with several potential partners for functionalities like search and online shopping.

"We have made several deals and have started a dialogue with others. But because some of these are potential competitors, we've wanted to go live with the browser first."

Named after the 18th century composer Antonio Vivaldi, the name carries an inescapable reference to von Tetzchner's previous role as co-founder and long-time head of browser and mobile phone technology firm Opera Software.

He left the company in 2011 and later formed, a social media platform which he said at the time would target computer geeks wary of aggressive advertising and government surveillance.

Source: Reuters

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Bank of England governor attacks eurozone austerity

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5 The Washington Post / United States 6 The People's Daily / China 7 The Daily Telegraph / United Kingdom 8 USA Today / United States
9 Los Angeles Times / United States 10 El Mundo / Spain 11 La Repubblica / Italy 12 The Times of India / India
13 Bild / Germany 14 Corriere della Sera / Italy 15 The Examiner / United States 16 The Independent / United Kingdom
17 El País / Spain 18 The Financial Times / United Kingdom 19 The Sydney Morning Herald / Australia 20 Daily News / United States
21 Chicago Tribune / United States 22 Le Monde / France 23 Marca / Spain 24 Hürriyet / Turkey
25 Die Welt / Germany 26 Asahi Shimbun / Japan 27 The Sun / United Kingdom 28 New York Post / United States
29 The Age / Australia 30 Gazeta Wyborcza / Poland 31 The Philadelphia Inquirer / United States 32 The Washington Times / United States
33 Die Zeit / Germany 34 Yomiuri Shimbun / Japan 35 The New Zealand Herald / New Zealand 36 The Onion / United States
37 Milliyet Gazetesi / Turkey 38 Il Sole 24 Ore / Italy 39 The Chicago Sun-Times / United States 40 Al-Ahram / Egypt
41 Le Figaro / France 42 Süddeutsche Zeitung / Germany 43 The Hindu / India 44 Houston Chronicle / United States
45 The Seattle Times / United States 46 Libération / France 47 The Globe and Mail / Canada 48 De Standaard / Belgium
49 The Irish Times / Ireland 50 The Toronto Star / Canada 51 Le Nouvel Observateur / France 52 Mercury News / United States
53 The Australian / Australia 54 The Denver Post / United States 55 The Christian Science Monitor / United States 56 The Dong-a Ilbo / Korea
57 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution / United States 58 Aftonbladet / Sweden 59 Kommersant / Russia 60 Bangkok Post / Thailand
61 Star Tribune / United States 62 The Hollywood Reporter / United States 63 Daily Mirror / United Kingdom 64 Dawn / Pakistan
65 El Universal / Mexico 66 The Miami Herald / United States 67 Mladá fronta Dnes / Czech Republic 68 DNA - Daily News & Analysis / India
69 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette / United States 70 Sports Nippon / Japan 71 L'Equipe / France 72 Die Presse / Austria
73 Detroit Free Press / United States 74 Neue Zürcher Zeitung / Switzerland 75 Clarín / Argentina 76 Chosun Ilbo / Japan
77 The Sacramento Bee / United States 78 China Daily / China 79 Nihon Keizai Shimbun / Japan 80 AS / Spain
81 The Baltimore Sun / United States 82 Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung / Germany 83 La Gazzetta dello Sport / Italy 84 Mainichi Shimbun / Japan
85 Boston Herald / United States 86 The Dallas Morning News / United States 87 The Times / United Kingdom 88 Newsday / United States
89 Orlando Sentinel / United States 90 St. Louis Post-Dispatch / United States 91 Taipei Times / Taiwan 92 The Hindustan Times / India
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