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Photo of 5-yr-old crying over pet dog roasted for sale goes viral

A photo purportedly shows the moment that a five-year-old Vietnamese girl discovered to her profound shock that her missing pet dog "Flower" was being displayed at a market stall as roast meat.

Op-Ed: In Tikrit 400 IS fighters hold back 30,000 Iraqi troops

Tikrit - A force of Islamic State fighters believed to number about 400 according to one general, is holding at bay about 30,000 Iraqi troops and militia.

Op-Ed: Manny Pacquiao's speed is Floyd Mayweather's nightmare

Floyd Mayweather knows that he needs to find an almost instant solution to address Manny Pacquiao's extraordinary speed when they collide on May 2 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Einstein's contradiction of 'spooky action at a distance' refuted

Einstein was wrong. Einstein asserted there is no spooky action between or within quantum particles even though they are arbitrarily large wave functions. Measurements succeeded in proving that spooky action occurs within the wave of a single particle.

Singapore teen in court over anti-Lee Kuan Yew video

Singapore - A Singaporean teenager arrested after posting an expletive-laden YouTube video attacking the country's late founding leader Lee Kuan Yew and Christianity was charged Tuesday with jailable offences including obscenity and hurting religious feelings.

Missing U.C. Berkeley student found dead in Los Angeles

Los Angeles - A U.C. Berkeley student athlete who was the subject of a frantic search after he disappeared from a fraternity party in Los Angeles early Saturday has been found dead, authorities said Monday.

Old Anglo-Saxon remedy kills hospital super-bug MRSA

Astonishingly, a remedy called "Bard's eyesalve" found in a 10th century Anglo-Saxon manuscript is creating quite a stir in modern day medical circles. The remedy can actually kill Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).

Graphene technology used to desalinate water

Manchester - Given that less than 1 percent of the water on the planet is drinkable, a process to remove minerals, like salt, from water could help to alleviate many problems for the global community.

How were Neanderthals different? New remains give pointers

Leioa - A review of remains, originally recovered from a leading Neanderthal archaeological site in France over 40 years ago, highlights the differences between Neanderthals and humans.

Review: Madonna and Taylor Swift take over iHeartRadio Music awards

Los Angeles - On March 29, Madonna and Taylor Swift joined together for a special performance at the second annual iHeartRadio Music awards, and they rocked the venue.

Solar Impulse lands in China after 20-hour flight from Myanmar

Shanghai - Solar Impulse 2 landed early Tuesday in China, the world's biggest carbon emitter, completing the fifth leg of its landmark global circumnavigation powered solely by the sun.

Apple Watch Edition buyers to skip lines, do 'shopping journey'

Apple enthusiasts were slightly shocked when hearing the high-end Apple Watch Edition will have a $10,000 starting price. But there will be more perks aside from owning a gold watch.

Op-Ed: Toffoli gets away with Burrows hit as NHL fumbles puck yet again

NHL disciplinary gurus fell asleep at the Zamboni wheel again recently after their failure to suspend L.A. Kings forward Tyler Toffoli. Toffoli did exactly what the NHL has said you can no longer do - he hit Alex Burrows from behind into the boards.

Super-strong ‘uncuttable’ graphene nanofibers developed

Dallas - By manipulating the electromechanical properties of nanofibers, so that they stretch some seven times their natural length, scientists have created a material that is stronger and tougher than Kevlar.

Op-Ed: Amir Khan won't have a shot at Mayweather or Pacquiao until 2016

For several years British boxing idol Amir Khan has been salivating for a lucrative fight against either Floyd Mayweather or Manny Pacquiao but now it appears that he won't have a shot at either of them until 2016.

First baby born clear of genetic illnesses after IVF – doing well

The first child in Europe to undergo treatment to eradicate inherited diseases in London is doing well. Results show that the child is healthy and free of a crippling family disorder, which his parents feared he would inherit.

North Korea threatens strike against UN rights office in Seoul

Seoul - North Korea has threatened "merciless punishment" against South Korea if it goes ahead with plans to open a UN field office in Seoul for monitoring the North's human rights record.

S.Africa mining massacre report to be submitted

Johanesburg - The official report into the police killing of 34 South African miners in 2012 is due to be submitted to President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday, with rights groups demanding that its findings are published immediately.

UK beaches being invaded by antibiotic-resistant bugs

Birmingham - It's a no-brainer to correlate swimming in not-so-clean water with coming into contact with antibiotic-resistant bacteria. A study has revealed that recreational users of the coastal waters off England and Wales may be at risk of exposure to these bugs.

In Greece, folk music and patriotism soothe wounded national pride

Atenas - With its dignity battered by six years of "humiliation" at the hands of its international creditors, cash-strapped Greece is turning to folk music and patriotism to restore its injured national pride.
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