Thursday, March 24, 2011

Your World News - March 24, 2011

By Berlyne Julmis

News Coordinator

Japan’s Growing Troubles

Last week we recorded another catastrophic day in world history. On March 11, 2011 Japan experienced a massive earthquake that would alter the lives of millions of Japanese. When everyone thought the worst was over, just three days later on March 14, Japan was practically wiped-out by a destructive Tsunami adding to the already increasing death toll. Now the Japanese are face even more challenges with its nuclear plants.

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Clementi Parents wants Justice

Last year Tyler Clementi, an 18-year-old freshman at Rutgers University and promising musician took his own life after his roommate secretly filmed him while he was on a date in his dorm room with another male student. A year later Tyler’s parents want those responsible for their son’s suicide to face legal consequences for the part they played in influencing his decision to take his life.

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U.S. Planes goes Down

Two American soldiers are back in U.S. hands after their planes experienced mechanical problems. Before the plane crashed they were able to eject and escape alive.

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To Be or Not to Be

In early announcements this week AT&T has announced its plans to purchase T-mobile, an acquisition that will cost $39 Billion dollars in cash and stocks. The question on everyone’s mind is, “Will this merger of two of the country’s largest communications corporations be allowed?”

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