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Aid agencies fear that more than a million people in the African region of Darfur may not be getting humanitarian food rations starting in May. The worries come weeks after the Sudanese government expelled more than a dozen foreign aid groups after the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Sudanese President Omar Hassan Ahmed Bashir.

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It was looking like snakes were going to be the biggest threat to planes this summer, but energy drink bottles filled with explosive liquids turned out to be the real problem

  • Check out the TSA's hours-old official ban on liquids on planes
  • Update #1: The terrorists were apparently "planning to smuggle hydrogen peroxide-based liquid/slurry explosives" (whatever that is) in the bottles, according to U News
  • Update #2
  • Someone came up with a fitting graphic (above).

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