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Article Chase have begun chasing news and press releases from around the world - we are not saying every report in the world will be here, just some great reading material.

CBC: Negative online reviews led to threats of legal action from targeted businesses

You would have thought that honesty is appreciated, especially if you review a product or a company and its services... not in the case of the following report. Some corporations and companies do not take kindly to having bad reviews and feedback.

CBC News report:

It's just an opinion, right? But if you post it online, you could get some unwanted attention from lawyers. A growing number of companies are going after people who post negative reviews online.

Chemical present in broccoli, other vegetables may improve autism symptoms

Sulforaphane treatment produces significant improvements in small study, results must be repeated

ITV News: Teenage girl jihadis 'want to come home' after joining Islamic State

Sabina Selimovic, 15, (left) and Samra Selinovic, 17 (right). Credit: Interpol

Two teenage girls who fled home to join Islamic State militants reportedly want to come home after being married to foreign fighters and falling pregnant.

Sabina Selimovic, 15, and Samra Kesinovic, 17, left their families in Austria in April and were believed to have traveled to Turkey before crossing over to Syria.

USA Today: Texas health care worker tests positive for Ebola

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.(Photo: Richard Rodriguez, epa)

A Dallas health care worker who provided care for the Ebola patient who died there last week tested positive for the deadly virus, and sent health officials scrambling Sunday to determine the "breach in protocol" that resulted in her infection.

The woman was among caregivers for Thomas Eric Duncan, who died Wednesday at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital.

Thomas Frieden, head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Sunday his agency will investigate how a worker in full protective gear contracted the virus.

5-Year-Old Forced by School to Sign Anti-Suicide, Anti-Homicide Contract

You know when the world of education is getting crazy when a 5-year old is asked to sign a contract that has no relevance or place in school.

WVTM and Mediaite have reported on a case that beggars belief - a child being force to sign an anti-homicide/anti-suicide contract. Yes there are some circumstances to the story but please... really?


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