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Wednesday, April 13, 2005

News in brief

Nike, which has often been criticized for conditions at its overseas plants, has published a list of the factories where its shoes are made: there are 700 of them around the world.

Contract talks between faculty and administrators at Florida International University have hit an impasse; faculty have been without a contract since 2003.

The National Hockey League and its players are going back to the table to mull over a "new concept" that tries to bridge the gap between them.

Ave Maria University has got the final permit from the Corps of Engineers to build its new 5,000 acre, $240 million campus on former farmland in Florida.

France's Arianespace and the Russian space ministry have signed a deal to allow Russian Soyuz launches from French Guiana.

Tasmanian pea farmers are angry at plans by Idaho's J.R. Simplot Co. of Idaho to slash prices it pays by 25 percent next year.

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