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Posted on January 4, 2013 at 8:30 AM

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY:

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BULLETPROOF KIDS' CLOTHES - A Colombian firm is set to export a line of bulletproof children's clothes to the US. See National.

CHRISTMAS FEAST - Elephants feast on recycled Christmas trees at Berlin Zoo. See International.

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VETERAN INMATES TRAIN SERVICE DOGS - Ex-servicemen now serving time in a Maryland jail are training puppies to become service dogs for disabled veterans. Experts say dogs trained in prison benefit from the rigid schedules. AVAILABLE NOW.

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NATIONAL

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JOBLESS FIGURES - Employers added 155,000 jobs in December, keeping the unemployment rate steady at 7.8 percent.

CONGRESS VOTES ON SANDY RELIEF - Congress is set to vote on the first of two relief packages for victims of Superstorm Sandy.

KID'S BULLETPROOF CLOTHING - In the wake of the Sandy Hook shooting, a Colombian company is about to start exporting children's bulletproof vests to the US. AVAILABLE NOW.

OBAMA TAKES DAUGHTERS OUT FOR SHAVED ICE - President Obama took his daughters out for shaved ice after rejoining his family on holiday (Jan 3). AVAILABLE NOW.

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REGIONAL

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NY, GIFFORDS TO MEET SANDY HOOK FAMILIES - Gabby Giffords plans to meet families of victims from Sandy Hook Elementary. Note: Access uncertain.

NY, 3 NYPD OFFICERS SHOT - Three police officers were shot and wounded in two separate incidents early Thursday. AVAILABLE NOW.

ID, INMATES SUE ALCOHOL INDUSTRY FOR $1 BILLION - Suit claims inmates could have avoided trouble if alcohol carried a warning about dangers. AVAILABLE NOW.

WA, PATRICK DEMPSEY BUYS COFFEE CHAIN - Actor Patrick Dempsey says his bid for struggling Tully's Coffee appears successful.

LA, YACHT AIRLIFT - Coast Guard helicopter airlifts heart attack patient off yacht.

FL, BCS PRACTICE - Notre Dame and Alabama in practice sessions ahead of Monday's BCS championship.

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INTERNATIONAL

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UK MALALA - Young Pakistani education activist shot by Taliban is released from hospital to continue rehabilitation in the UK. AVAILABLE NOW.

SYRIA AIRSTRIKES - Amateur video shows airstrike, tank firing as violence continues in Syria. AVAILABLE NOW.

AUSTRALIA GUM TREES BURNED - Arsonist destroys ghost gums immortalized in Aboriginal artist's work. AVAILABLE NOW.

TAIWAN DOG PROTEST SCUFFLES - Protesters opposed to euthanizing stray dogs scuffle with police. AVAILABLE NOW.

VENEZUELA CHAVEZ - Venezuelan Vice President says Chavez's condition remains delicate.

GERMAN ELEPHANTS FEAST ON CHRISTMAS TREES - Elephants at Berlin Zoo dig into a seasonal treat of discarded Christmas trees. AVAILABLE NOW.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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PREVIEW OF GOLDEN GLOBES DINNER MENU - Beverly Hilton chef unveils the food to be served at the Golden Globes. AVAILABLE NOW.

STAR FOR HELEN MIRREN - British actress Helen Mirren is honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. AVAILABLE NOW.

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LIFE/HEALTH/TECHNOLOGY (AP VIDEO-US INCLUDES AP LIFESTYLE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY STORIES)

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INDIA POLLUTION 'ENDANGERING LIVES' - Activists claim air pollution in New Delhi is putting lives at risk.

SPAIN NATIVITY ANNIVERSARY - As Spain's Christmas festivities reach their climax on January 6, one live nativity display is celebrating its 50th anniversary.

UK BABY BOOM - Britain's maternity services are struggling to cope with a baby boom, with the birthrate reaching its highest point in 40 years.

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