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Workout In Broomfield: Circuit-based Training - Boulder Daily Camera

28 Jan 2015 








Left to right, <a href=http://petersonuush.sosblogs.com Nick Guidera, Chris Guidera and Jorden Guidera work out at Just Results in Broomfield.' />

What I loved: The strong emphasis on proper form and safety, as well as Gilbreath's ability to change my program on the spot based on my feedback. He was relaxed, flexible and friendly. He was so easy to exercise with not even a little intimidating. He has the kind of personality that immediately feels like a longtime friend. What I didn't like: If you're not a CrossFitter, don't be intimidated by the first appearance, such as the huge tires out front. You get to personalize your workout, so if you really hate flipping big tires, you don't have to. How I felt after the class: I really liked having a protein shake after working out.
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France Urges Eu Crackdown On Terror Financing, Proposes New Measures | Fox News

28 Jan 2015 










Even before Eurozone nations could fully assess the impact of the Greek election victory of a firebrand left-winger on their shaky shared currency, Alexis Tsipras moved with stunning speed to form the anti-austerity government that many feared. Still, reactions from the other nations sharing the euro echoed compromise more than imminent chaos. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)(The Associated Press) Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem, center, walks by French Finance Minister Michel Sapin, left, and European Investment Bank President Werner Hoyer, right, during a twitter meeting of EU finance ministers at the EU Council building in Brussels on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015. France is urging its EU partners to step up the fight against terror financing and will propose new measures to make sure transactions are more transparent. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)(The Associated Press) EU counter-terrorism chief Gilles de Kerchove attends a meeting of the committee on civil liberties, justice http://powarsam.livejournal.com and home affairs at the European Kim Kardashian Parliament in Brussels Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)(The Associated Press) EU counter-terrorism chief Gilles de Kerchove attends a meeting of the committee on civil liberties, justice and home affairs at the European Parliament in Brussels Tuesday, Jan.
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Austria Finmin Says Expects Swiss Franc To Weaken In Longer Term - Yahoo Finance

26 Jan 2015 










(EURCHF=EBS) http://alphonselwkd.bravesites.com Franc stocks loans have been popular in parts of central and eastern Europe because of their low interest rates and the Swiss currency's sharp appreciation has given a headache to borrowers in countries from Poland to Croatia. Wealthy Austria, which banned many foreign currency loans in 2008, has been less affected by the Swiss currency move. But the removal of the cap means more costly debt servicing for some 151,000 households who hold a total 29 billion euros ($32.5 billion) in Swiss franc-denominated loans. "For Austrians who have loans in francs this means they have around 20 to 25 percent more debt," the Oesterreich newspaper quoted Finance Minister Hans Joerg Schelling as saying. "I don't think that the franc will stay this high in the long term because Switzerland can't afford it. Exports get too expensive and tourism will drop," Schelling said.
More: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/austria-finmin-says-expects-swiss-100816345.html



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Australia Orders Waste Dumping Ban On Great Barrier Reef - Yahoo News

25 Jan 2015 










View photo An aerial view check this out of the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of the Whitsunday Islands, along the central coast of Queensland, pictured on November 20, 2014 (AFP Photo/Sarah Lai) Australia has ordered a ban on dumping dredge waste on most of the Great Barrier Reef, the environment minister said Saturday, as part of a push to stop the UN declaring the site in danger. Environment Minister Greg Hunt said he had ordered the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority to develop regulations to stop waste from capital dredging being dumped in the park "once and for all". "We are ending a century-old practice of dumping in the marine park," he said, referring to waste created by enlarging shipping channels, berths and marinas. Conservationists say dumping waste in reef waters damages it by smothering corals and seagrasses and exposing them other to poisons and high levels of nutrients. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has threatened to put the reef, which is a World Heritage area, on its danger list. The body has given Australia until February 1 to act and Hunt said he would travel to Europe next week to consult on long-term plans for the natural wonder. Hunt said the government had put together "a strong defence of the management of the Great Barrier Reef...
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Belgium Arrests Another Suspect In Terrorism Probe - Bloomberg

25 Jan 2015 










Authorities in the Netherlands opened their own investigation after the passport of a Dutch national, identified as Zaiud K., was found in the house raided in Verviers, the Belgian prosecutors said. Paris police investigators said they are making more headway in piecing together the possible network behind the Jan. 9 attack at a Jewish grocery than they have on the brothers who attacked satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Terrorism Charges Three Belgian suspects arrested on terrorism charges after the Jan. 15 operations were identified today as Marouan E., born in visit our website 1989; Mohamed A., born in 1988; http://lumunguianw.inube.com and Billel H., born in 1988. Their custody was extended today by a Brussels court, the prosecutors said. All three are charged with participating in terrorist activities and infractions of the law on weapons. Marouan E.
More: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2015-01-21/belgium-arrests-another-suspect-in-terrorism-probe.html



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