First Flappy Bird Rehab Center Opens in Japan

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OSAKA, JAPAN (The Global Edition) – First rehabilitation center for treating Flappy Bird addiction opened its doors in Osaka, Japan today, with more than several dozen patients being admitted in the first working hour, sources from Japan reported. Recently published medical research has indicated that nearly ten percent of the world population More...

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By The Global Edition On Thursday, April 18th, 2013
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Greenpeace Girl Can Totally Tell When You’re Faking A Phone Call

LOS ANGELES (The Global Edition) — Jess Kibliwicky (21) Greenpeace activist and chief flyer distributer near LA’s Hollywood Boulevard claims she knows without a single doubt whether a pedestrian’s More...

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By The Global Edition On Thursday, April 11th, 2013
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Economic Crisis Forces Greeks To Have Small, Skinny Weddings

ATHENS, GREECE (The Global Edition) – After five years of a deepening economic recession and growing unemployment rate in Greece, people of this country are being forced to stage small, skinny weddings instead More...

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By The Global Edition On Wednesday, February 27th, 2013
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Vegetarian Finishes Conversation Without Pointing Out That He’s a Vegetarian

SAN FRANCISCO, (The Global Edition) – Roger Berry (31), web designer from San Francisco, shocked the people at “Mickey’s” coffee house today by completing an entire conversation with another More...

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By The Global Edition On Wednesday, February 20th, 2013
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Man With Commitment Issues Leaves Therapist After Hearing He Has To See Him Every Week

LOS ANGELES (The Global Edition) – Benny Robinson, 32, a freelancer from downtown Los Angeles who states that he suffers from “commitment issues”, decided to leave his therapist Dr. Eugene Milkovitz after More...

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By The Global Edition On Saturday, February 16th, 2013
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Smoking During Pregnancy Helps Mothers See Their Babies Sooner

WINSTON SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA (The Global Edition) — A recent study by the National Tobacco Association (NTA) found that mothers who smoke during pregnancy have a nearly 100% chance of seeing their child sooner. More...

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By The Global Edition On Thursday, February 14th, 2013
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Minority Group Upset Because They Were Omitted From The NRA’s Enemies List

DULUTH, MINNESOTA (The Global Edition)– In a press release, accusing the National Rifle Association (NRA) of “blatant discrimination,” The Norwegian Defamation League (NDL) protested the fact that they More...

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By The Global Edition On Wednesday, February 13th, 2013
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Nutritional Content Found in Student’s Cafeteria Meal

SHEFFIELD (The Global Edition) – Tamara Melanson, 19, a first year economics student at Sheffield University, discovered healthy nutritional content in her lunchtime meal taken in the school’s cafeteria, More...

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By The Global Edition On Thursday, February 7th, 2013
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Train Delay Prolongs Suicidal Man’s Life Three More Agonizing Hours

MONTREAL (The Global Edition) – Malfunctioning traffic signals on Gouin Blvd. W. near the Roxboro-Pierrefonds station prolonged the life of David Trembley, 36, who wanted to commit suicide by throwing himself More...

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By The Global Edition On Friday, February 1st, 2013
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American Youth Torn Between Studying Law and Living an Honest Life

BOSTON (The Global Edition) – Due to the high cost of admission and what can only be described as “youthful idealism,” law school applications throughout the United States are at a thirty year low. “I More...