Russia and Ukraine agreed Wednesday to hold talks with pro-Moscow rebels to try to reach an agreement on a new ceasefire to replace the one that expired earlier in the week, resulting in hundreds of deaths.
Three Czech companies debuted their work-in-progress Flying Bike, or 'F-Bike' last week. The bike can now only stay up in the air for a short period but it's designed to be both ridden and flown. The test flight was around a large warehouse in Prague.
Far from revealing the transparency of Obama's government policies, his recent speech on security and drones contains something for everybody, is clear as mud on drone policies, and is interpreted by the press in quite divergent ways.
Stallhagen, a microbrewery in Finland, says it can replicate beer found in a 200-year-old shipwreck. The beer had been found at the bottom of the sea in the summer of 2010. Now Stallhagen wants to bring the ale to market.
The Canadian Supreme Court ruled that the Downtown Eastside Sex Workers United Against Violence group together with former sex worker Sheryl Kiselbach can go forward with a legal challenge of Canada's prostitution laws.
Many police officers think they are above the law. Sadly, they are not wrong. Luckily, it's only when they are bent for the job this is the case. Rape doesn't count, as one found out this week.
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Comedian and actor Jerry Seinfeld will be the first to step into the shoes of Regis Philbin, who is giving up his seat this month as co-host of the popular TV talk show, "Live with Regis and Kelly."
Israel's Minister of Defense said last night's launch of the IDF's Ofek-9 Spy Satellite was "a technological and operational achievement.” Israel is using the satellite to monitor activities in foreign countries including Iran and Syria, said Al-Jazeera
US President Barack Obama has issued a statement on the current tense situation in Iran as a result of protests by supporters of a losing presidential candidate who claimed of vote rigging in the recently held election.