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Palestinian teen stabs to death an Israeli soldier
Wed, 13 Nov 2013 11:55:41 -0800

JERUSALEM, Israel - A Palestinian teenager allegedly stabbed to death 19-year-old Israeli soldier in northern Israel Wednesday, police here said, triggering an outrage in Israel. The latest incident has raised by a notch the uncertainty about the peace process that is already ridden in crisis over Israeli settlement plans in the disputed West Bank. Police said the soldier was stabbed ...
Boston mobster Bulger faces life in prison
Wed, 13 Nov 2013 11:50:39 -0800

BOSTON, Massachusetts - In a courtroom, they said he was a "rat", a "punk" a coward and one even went on to express his wish to kill the convicted Boston mobster, James "Whitey" Bulger who appeared before a judge Wednesday for his sentencing. Bulger is set to be locked up till he is alive as prosecutors have called for his life imprisonment for the 84-year-old convicted criminal who has been ...
US names Boko Haram and Ansaru groups as terrorists
Wed, 13 Nov 2013 14:47:45 -0800

WASHINGTON The United States has named Nigerian-based militant groups Boko Haram and Ansaru as foreign terrorist organizations. In a statement Wednesday, U.S. counterterrorism official Lisa Monaco said the two groups have been responsible for thousands of deaths in northeast and central Nigeria in recent years. The state department described the move as "an important" step to help Nigeria ...
Worlds first vegan condom promoted in hilarious ad
Thu, 14 Nov 2013 02:30:02 -0800

An American condom company, GLYDE condoms, has launched a hilarious new advertisement campaign to promote their newest invention - world's first vegan condom. In the ad, a sexy lingerie-clad model can be seen writhing around on the bed, while telling the viewers that there are a million ways to pleasure a woman, the Mirror reported. The model then suddenly looks at the camera and accusingly ...
Now drug that can help astronauts ward off space radiation cancer
Thu, 14 Nov 2013 01:40:04 -0800

Scientists fed mice an anti-inflammatory drug three days before exposure to space-like radiation, and found that the animals developed 50 percent less carcinomas as mice that did not get the compound. The drug that has been derived from plant moss, belongs to a family of drugs called synthetic triterpenoids, which in addition to easing inflammation seem to have powerful antioxidant properties. ...
A-Rod caught with mystery woman in ladies washroom at Miami hotel
Thu, 14 Nov 2013 01:10:05 -0800

Alex Rodriguez was found getting "hot and heavy" with a mystery brunette in a women's restroom at Miami's Delano Hotel, it has been revealed. A hotel guest told the New York Daily News that the New York Yankees star, who has been dating WWE wrestler and former Playboy model Torrie Wilson since 2011, was dining at the trendy hotel with his entourage before the incident. The source asserted that ...
Melodies are music to some monkeys ears too
Thu, 14 Nov 2013 01:10:03 -0800

Cognitive biologists have shown that sensitivity to very simple structural and melodic patterns of languages does not require much learning, and even South American squirrel monkeys can do it. The perceived musicality of some languages results from dependency relations between vowels within a word. In Turkish, for example, the last syllable in words like "kaplanlar" or "guller" must "harmonize" ...
Kerry warns fresh sanctions against Iran could risk nuke deal
Thu, 14 Nov 2013 01:10:01 -0800

United States Secretary John Kerry has warned the lawmakers that any new sanctions against Iran could put talks over Tehran's nuclear programme at risk. Kerry stated to a Senate banking committee that the U.S. might lose negotiating partners, if it imposed economic penalties on Iran, the BBC reports. The statement came after there were reports that both the Republicans and the Democrats argued ...
Susan Rice says Netanyahus objections to Iran nuke deal premature
Thu, 14 Nov 2013 00:30:01 -0800

U.S. National Security Adviser Susan Rice has said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's objection to Iran's nuclear programme is 'premature'. Rice said that Netanyahu should stop criticizing any proposed interim deal on Iran's nuclear program until such an agreement is finalized. Rice said at the Washington Ideas Forum in Washington, D.C. that it was important that the deal be finalized ...
U.S. to continue rebalancing efforts in evolving Asia Expert
Wed, 13 Nov 2013 23:40:02 -0800

The Barack Obama administration's "rebalance to Asia" strategy has received widespread attention globally. In Europe, the rebalance has evoked fears that the United States might be abandoning old allies in light of the need to cope with new challenges elsewhere. In Asia, the rebalance has evoked mixed reviews. China views it as a subtle form of containment whereas other players have doubted its ...

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