November 2012
Syracuse New Times;11/21/2012, Issue 2169, p12
The article offers world news briefs on various topics. Police has arrested 39-year-old Marcus Banwell for shoplifting food at a convenience store in Bristol, England. An 85-meter-per-hour (mph) speed limit was approved by the Texas Transportation Commission for 41-mile toll road between Austin and San Antonio. A three-step plan was developed by Planetary Resources to mine asteroids.


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