Brass Roots

AWWww… lovely piece!

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In India you will find lot of Brass Artware, Interior Decorative Items & Gift Articles stacked in small stores. But what is very interesting is how the shopkeepers know exactly where the smallest of item is kept 🙂Brass Items | Sarojini Nagar | Style Inked

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Web Exclusive: How the U.S. is battling Ebola in Africa

Anderson Cooper 360

USAID Assistant Administrator Nancy Lindborg just returned from West Africa and discusses American efforts to fight Ebola there.

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Black ISIS Flags Raised in Kobani

CNN Newsroom

Colonel John Warden, retired U.S. Air Force and author of “The Air Campaign,” talks to CNN’s Brooke Baldwin about the air strikes operations of the US-led coalition in Syria and the possible fall of Kobani to ISIS militants.

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Will screening for Ebola at airports work?

Of course, it will with other ops…

Anderson Cooper 360

The CDC says more than 94% of travelers entering the U.S. from West African countries impacted by Ebola travel through five airports. They are in New York, Newark, Washington, Chicago and Atlanta. New screening measures are about to go into effect at those airports. There are already questions about whether these precautions will work. Anderson discussed it with former CDC disease detective Dr. Seema Yasmin and Dr. Irwin Redlener, who is the Director of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness.

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New fears after first U.S. Ebola death

Nigeria, the World’s No.1 champion for containing Ebola!

CNN Newsroom

CNN’s Brooke Baldwin speaks to Tod Robberson of the Dallas Morning News, about the death of the first U.S. Ebola patient.

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Traffic stop outrage: Who is Officer Vicari?

All parties are guilty by law…

Anderson Cooper 360

The video begins with police pulling over a family for a seatbelt violation. It ends with officers smashing a window and tasering a passenger. The video itself was recorded by one of the two children sitting in the back seat. Susan Candiotti looks at the record of the officer who broke the window. He has faced multiple excessive force lawsuits, all of which were settled out of court. But some are asking: why was he still on the job?

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Dreamy country

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Originally posted on Standing Ovation, Seated:
Italy dreams about its glorious past, hoping for a better future, while living in the carefree present*. A few dreamy shots from the last trip. There’s logic in the captions. Part II on how…

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