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<B>Monday</B> <BR>June 1, 2020
critic sees things differently
Yugoslavia continues Kosovo transformation
Yugoslavia released 143 Kosovo Albanian prisoners hours after charging almost 200 of its soldiers with committing war crimes in Kosovo. The moves marked Belgrade's latest effort to acknowledge past injustices.
Stakes high for new Mars orbiter
The $300 million Mars Odyssey left Florida this month with the hopes and, some say, the fate of NASA riding on it.
Satellite offers climate clues
A sensor aboard a NASA spacecraft observing plants and algae may offer insight into how Earth functions and help better predict global climate change, scientists said.
Costly crude boosts gas prices
A report from AAA showed the average price of gasoline rose 15 cents a gallon from mid-March to mid-April. That's 7 cents higher than prices at the same point last year.
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The 2001 baseball season brings hope to some, but some worry about possible work stoppages, economic disparity, soaring salaries and high ticket prices.
Report prescribes fewer antibiotics
A new report says antibiotics -- which effectively treat bacteria but don't work against viruses -- are not needed to treat most respiratory ailments.
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