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Korea launches rocket: On Friday morning, North Korea launched a rocket, which the United States feared was a cover for a developing an intercontinental missile that could carry a nuclear warhead. In typical fashion, North Korea did not provide immediate announcement the launch, but now insists that it only had peaceful intentions. According to current reports though, the rocket failed within moments.
Martin response: Trayvon Martin’s mother, Sybrina Fulton, has spoken out publicly following the charging of George Zimmerman yesterday, saying, “we wanted nothing more and nothing less, and we got it.”
Syria cease-fire: As soon as Friday, the UN could officially deploy 30 diplomats to Syria to monitor the cease-fire meant to quell the violence and tension between the government and rebels. Eventually, there could be as many as 200 monitors.
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Eat like Tyrion: Looking to feast like a Lannister or a Stark from “Game of Thrones?” Here are two cookbooks, offering the likes of “Tears of Lys,” “Cream Swans,” and “Sister’s Stew.”
“Arrested Development:” Will Arnett dropped a (welcome) bomb today, announcing on the “Today” show that the much-loved cult series’ corresponding movie will begin filming this summer.
And that necessitates at least one video homage:
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