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Dutch Bitcoin Exchange Bitplaats Expands To Belgium










Vlemmings said his firm had processed more than 3,500 transactions to date. He also claimed that Bitplaats had processed more than 150 transactions in Belgium in the two weeks that it has been active there. Bitplaats doesnt impose a registration process on its users, nor does it require users to input any identification information to complete a transaction. Users can buy and sell bitcoin with the firm without entering an email address or username.Vlemmings added: The big difference between us and an exchange like Mt. Gox or Bitstamp is that we deliver the bitcoins instantly, with no need for [read] an account or registration documents. Vlemmings, 23, is one of four co-founders. <br>More: http://www.coindesk.com/dutch-exchange-bitplaats-expands-belgium/





Is It Beer, Cider, or Both? New Belgium Brewing Collaborates with Local Brewery & Cidery



Fast-forward to 2013 and you find him opening a second fermentation-based business: Seattle Cider Company . Understandably, for Joel VandenBrink this collaborative more project represents the completion of a cosmic circle of awesomeness. A few weeks ago we told you about an upcoming beer dinner at The Sixgill . In doing so, we mentioned a special surprise beer, but we did not share any details about it. Today we can tell you about this very interesting beer, the result of a collaboration between New Belgium Brewing and two of our local heroes. Two Beers Brewing , Seattle Cider Company , and New Belgium Brewing teamed up to create a very uncommon beer. Actually, its a Graf, or Graff, or English Apple Ale if you prefer. <br>More: http://blog.seattlepi.com/washingtonbeerblog/2014/01/06/is-it-beer-cider-or-both-new-belgium-brewing-collaborates-with-local-brewery-cidery/





Belgium's Arseus sells units to U.S. group Henry Schein



Pauwels still looked a picture of vigor when he celebrated his impending death with friends and family, raising glasses two days before an official from his hometown of Bruges confirmed his death Wednesday. His son Eddy told VTM network he "agreed 110 percent with father" to step out of life when prospects offered no hope. In Belgium, euthanasia is legal for people over age 18 and over 1,400 people a year choose the option to die peacefully. Pauwels held the over-90 other 60 meters European title he won last year. Bruges is seo planning to name a street after him. Join the Discussion You are using an outdated version of Internet Explorer. <br>More: http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/belgium-95-year-athlete-commits-euthanasia-21459846







Endangered Okapi Calf Born at Antwerp Zoo in Belgium



group Henry Schein BRUSSELS Mon Jan 6, 2014 1:56am EST Email Print BRUSSELS Jan 6 (Reuters) - Belgian healthcare group Arseus has sold several small units of its healthcare supplies business to U.S. group Henry Schein for 50 million euros ($68.07 million), the company said on Monday. Arseus sold its dental software units Julie and Arseus Dental Lab as well as Arseus Dental Solutions Benelux and France Ouest, which have joint annual sales of about 70 million euros. In August, Arseus said that it was considering options for the group's Healthcare Solutions and Healthcare Specialities divisions, after sales for these businesses fell in the first half. The group had already disposed of its dental distribution activities in November and said on Monday it would make further announcements in the first half of 2014. FILED UNDER: <br>More: http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/06/arseus-sale-idUSL6N0KG09H20140106?type=companyNews&feedType=RSS





Belgium: 95-Year-Old Athlete Commits Euthanasia



Thus, Zoo Borns tells us that this calf, born to mother Hakima, is the 50th of its kind to have ever been successfully delivered at Antwerp Zoo. Keepers say that the baby okapi is a female. It has been named Oni, and it is its mom's second offspring. Hakima is http://merilyngro.skyrock.com/3199482921-Similarly-If-You-Provide-Some-Services-You-Will-Wish-To-Upload-Content.html doing a very good job looking after it, and the calf is growing stronger every day. Presently, six other herbivores live at Belgium's Antwerp Zoo. One of them, a female named Mchawi, is Oni's sister. Conservationists estimate that, for the time being, just 10,000 okapi are left to inhabit Africa's Congo basin. <br>More: http://news.softpedia.com/news/Endangered-Okapi-Calf-Born-at-Antwerp-Zoo-in-Belgium-414025.shtml



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Ledapple's Hanbyul Covers Eminem And Rihanna's 'the Monster'












Bernanke: 2014 Could Be Better Year For Economy This is the last for music note. I wish they'd do more~ Posted January 5, 2014 @ 6:10 am the only thing that i can say is WOW jjvip5 Posted January 4, 2014 @ 1:24 am hanbyul is such online a good singer. Im so sad i didnt really listen to him until i saw asc Posted January 3, 2014 @ 6:49 am I wish music note won't stop. please prolong it!! 50 are too short :'( Posted January 3, 2014 @ 4:56 am Ooommoo i love him Posted January 2, 2014 @ 10:13 pm why is he so darn more? info… talented~?! <3 Posted January 2, 2014 @ 8:07 pm Real real real talent. Kyaaaaaa~ so impressed! <br>Full story: http://www.allkpop.com/article/2014/01/ledapples-hanbyul-covers-eminem-and-rihannas-the-monster



Thursday, 9-Jan-2014 03:31 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Canada Reports First H5n1 Flu Death In North America










There is no evidence of sustained human-to-human transmission, the minister added. The virus is contracted directly from birds, mainly poultry. The illness it causes in humans is severe and 60 percent of human cases are fatal. The victim began to feel ill during a December 27 flight home to Alberta province, developing a fever and headache. They were admitted to hospital on January 1 when the symptoms worsened suddenly and they began falling in and out of conciousness, and died two days later. The federal microbiology laboratory in Winnipeg, Manitoba, identified the H5N1 virus overnight from a specimen that had been taken while the victim was still alive. Doctors said the person, who traveled with two companions who are not sick but will be kept under observation as a precaution for 10 days double the usual time it takes for the virus to manifest itself was otherwise completely healthy. <br>More: http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/01/08/canada-reports-first-h5n1-flu-death-in-north-america/







Winger Ilya Kovalchuk , who left the New Jersey Devils after last season to play for SKA St. Petersburg, also made the team. "I'm very proud for myself and very proud for my family. It's huge," Ovechkin told reporters in Washington. Who was left off Canada's roster caused as much of a stir as who was on it. San Jose center Joe Thornton , the NHL's assist leader, didn't make it. <br>More: http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-0108-oly-canadian-hockey-20140108-8,0,3989533.story







CANADA FX DEBT-C$ lowest vs US$ since May 2010 as rout continues



The currency was also hurt by strength in the U.S. dollar after data showed the U.S. private sector added more jobs than expected in December. The report boded well for the more comprehensive official unemployment figures due at the end of the week. Wednesday's decline pushed the Canadian dollar through the C$1.08 level and extended a rout started in the previous session when data showed a steep widening of the Canada's trade deficit and a contraction in a gauge of purchasing activity. "It certainly feeds the market sentiment that for at least the first quarter or two of the year, the Canadian dollar is going to be under pressure," said Don Mikolich, executive director of foreign exchange sales at CIBC World Markets in Toronto. Analysts said the data raised some concerns the Canadian economy could underperform the recovery in the United States, leaving the Bank of Canada on hold as the U.S. <br>More: http://uk.reuters.com/article/2014/01/08/markets-canada-dollar-bonds-idUSL2N0KI23Y20140108





Canada Reports First Case in North America of H5N1 Flu



Tampa Bay Lightning sniper Steven Stamkos, who has not played view website since suffering a broken leg nearly two months ago, was included on the initial roster but the two-time NHL goal-scoring champion may not be fit to play. The deadline for Olympic rosters was Tuesday but teams can still drop and add players because of injuries. "If he's healthy he http://zachariahfsau.wordpressy.pl/?p=9 is one of the 25 best players obviously in Canada and should be on the team," said Yzerman. "We're not allowed to name 24 today and wait and see and name a 25th. "He will have his eight week X-ray later this week, all I can tell you is his rehab and recovery are going well." Canada's biggest strength will be down the middle with Crosby, Toews, Ryan Getzlaf (Anaheim Ducks), John Tavares (New go here York Islanders) and Patrice Bergeron (Boston Bruins), the NHL's top faceoff man. <br>More: http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/08/us-olympics-icehockey-canada-idUSBREA060TI20140108





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1 before dying Jan. 3, Alberta Health Minister Fred Horne said in a statement. No more cases are expected in Alberta because of the rare nature of the flu and the precautions taken by authorities, Horne said in the statement. In 2013, there were 38 world-wide cases of H5N1 avian influenza reported to the World Health Organization , with 24 deaths reported, the Alberta government said. The risk of human-to-human transmission of this influenza strain is very low, and Canadian authorities have notified their Chinese counterparts, Dr. Gregory Taylor, Canada s deputy chief public health officer, said in a televised press conference in Ottawa. <br>More: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-01-08/canada-reports-first-case-in-north-america-of-h5n1-flu.html



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Mexico’s Fox: He’s Back, With An Energy Fund – Updated










Sign up for http://www.savingsdaily.com/post/con-negocios-atlas-oficina-nyc-analytics-ve-a-2014 our news headlines and markets snaphot service . We have two emails per day - London and New York headlines (sent at approx 6am and 12pm GMT). Pretty much everything you need to know about beyondbrics is in our About this site page. But briefly: There is an overall beyondbrics RSS feed , as David well as feeds for all our countries, tags and authors. Learn more in our full RSS guide . All posts are published in UK time. Get in touch with us - your comments, advice and even complaints. <br>More: http://blogs.ft.com/beyond-brics/2014/01/08/mexicos-fox-hes-back-with-an-energy-fund/







Mexico in gear



There are a lot of clothing stores, toy stores A lot of what we see is retail, says Guerra. But its not just hotels or retail. The shoppers help all of the restaurants and local businesses its extremely important, says Guerra, who adds that local business owners try to be very welcoming to Mexican shoppers. And rightfully so. While Dr. <br>More: http://smallbusiness.foxbusiness.com/entrepreneurs/2014/01/07/mexico-tax-hike-driving-business-north-border/





Mexico Currency Declines as Consumer Sentiment Misses Forecast



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Mexico Tax Hike Driving Business North of Border



The vigilante groups have been a source of concern and embarrassment for Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, who has been hoping to divert attention from Mexicos drug-related security crisis. Also Former Mexican drug czar convicted of aiding cartel dies at 79 In the city of Paracuaro, about 300 vigilantes engaged in a shootout with a criminal group Saturday and took control of the main government building, according to media reports. One vigilante was reported killed. The 11 members of the municipal police force were held by vigilantes and remained in their custody Tuesday afternoon, the state prosecutors office said. On Sunday and Monday, highways in the region were blocked by residents apparently upset that the self-defense groups had taken over, although vigilantes, in social media messages, said the Knights Templar were behind the protests. Paracuaro Mayor Lucila Barajas has asked the federal government to intervene to free the police officers. The episode is indicative of the complicated and often confusing situation in Michoacan. <br>More: http://www.latimes.com/world/worldnow/la-fg-wn-mexico-vigilantes-michoacan-officers-20140107,0,1418583.story





Fishermen in Mexico find two conjoined whale calves



A government biologist, Benito Bermudez, said the whales were found alive in the Ojo de Liebre lagoon but died shortly after being born. He said they http://myindospace.com/blog/view_blog.php?BlogId=469018#viewdetails were linked at the waist, with two full heads and tail fins. Every year, thousands of gray whales swim south from the US state of Alaska to warmer waters in Mexico where they mate and give birth. Mr Bermudez, who works for Mexico's National Natural Protected Areas Commission, or CONANP, described the discovery as "exceptionally rare". "It's the first record we have of this event in the history of whale censuses we've conducted since 1985," he told the EFE news agency. <br>More: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-25663557





Mexico vigilantes take over government building, hold 11 officers



companies added the most employees in a year, fueling concern that the Federal Reserve will reduce at a faster pace bond purchases that have bolstered demand for emerging-market assets. The combination of the strong employment number out of the U.S. and the very weak Mexican consumer confidence print has renewed pressure on the peso, Eduardo Suarez , a Latin America foreign-exchange strategist at Bank of Nova Scotia , said in an e-mailed response to questions. The currency fell 1.4 percent last year as Mexicos economy was projected by analysts to expand 1.3 percent in 2013, the slowest pace since a recession in 2009. The Finance Ministry has said that increased government spending this year will help Chiriqui push growth to 3.9 percent. <br>More: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-01-08/mexico-currency-declines-as-consumer-sentiment-misses-forecast.html



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Cholesterol Drugs Can Interfere With Exercise












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