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Afghanistan, Missile Defense Top NATO Agenda

BRUSSELS, Belgium, June 10, 2010 – Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates and his NATO counterparts are meeting here today and tomorrow, with the training effort in Afghanistan and missile defense among the issues highlighting the talks.

Jack Johnson’s tour profits the environment, education‏

When Jack Johnson agreed to headline a free concert on the Santa Monica Pier, he probably envisioned a balmy Southern California night, with fans in shorts and bikini tops.

WWF and Leonardo DiCaprio Partner to Double the Number of Wild Tigers by 2022.

Actor and Activist Leonardo DiCaprio has joined forces with World Wildlife Fund to save a species on the brink of extinction. With as few as 3,200 tigers left in the wild, WWF and DiCaprio today kicked off Save Tigers Now. The campaign begins with an expedition to remote tiger habitats in Asia to document the wild tigers first hand and learn what needs to be done to save them from extinction.

Speedy Typist Chen Hsin-Zhu

The 16 year-old Chen Hsin-Zhu is a student of National Miaoli Special Education High School. He learned how to type in Chinese in his Jr. High computer class. At the end of April this year his typing record was 74.6 words in a minute. He passed the type B examination held by the Chinese Computer Education Association.

The 99 Year-Old Taiwanese Women Who Guarded The Big Tree with Gratitude

Under the big tree, there seems to be endless falling leaves that need to be swept up.