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News Briefing: Group Questions Cellphone Fund-Raising

By Kate Golden on April 11, 2007No Comment
  • The U.S. Holocaust Museum teams up with Google Earth on project to better understand the genocide in Darfur.  []
  • Columbia University will receive $400 million for student aid from longtime supporter, billionaire John Kluge.  [New York Times]
  • Consumer group questions ethics of cellphone fund-raising.  [New York Times]
  • Live Earth concerts held this summer will generate funds to combat climate change; headliners include Bon Jovi, Madonna, and the Dave Matthews Band.  [Associated Press]
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