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NAM Daily News Headlines | 13 December 2011

Posted: Dec 13, 2011

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13 December 2011


California and the Nation

Street Singer is A Warm Light in The Shadow Economy

New America Media, News Feature, Ellison Libiran | The money she pulls in varies from day to day, but the 24-year-old street musician derives her joy from being able to connect with the community.

NYC Public Schools Compete to Become Greenest

New America Media, News Report, Anthony Advincula | With public schools accounting for a quarter of New York City's energy use, city officials are tapping students to help it save energy.

Arts & Entertainment

National Home Improvement Chain Discontinues Advertising on Muslim-American Reality Show

The Arab American News, News Report | The retail chain, Lowe's, has discontinued advertising on the TLC reality show, following compaints from the Florida Family Association which called the series propaganda that hides the Islamic agenda.

H'Wood to Make 'Bling Ring' Film

IKorea Daily, News Report | A gang of Hollywood thieves headed by a 21-year-old Korean American could be made into the subject of their own film.


Cambodia Imposes Age & Income Limits on Foreign Marriage, Vietnam Next?

Talk Onevietnam, News Report | The Cambodian government has decided to enact a new policy banning foreign men from marrying Cambodian women unless the men are 50 years in age or younger and have a monthly income of at least $2550.

Korean Workers Protest US Army's Layoff Plan

Korea Times, News Report | Hundreds of Korean workers employed on U.S. Army bases in South Korea rallied on Monday against a plan to lay them off as part of cost saving efforts.

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