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Review: 'The Book Thief' — War is a crime Special

It is undeniable that Nazi Germany had one of the worst, if not the worst, government in history. This is not a movie about the German Government. "The Book Thief" is an honest look at the human spirit that will grip your heart from start to finish.

Op-Ed: Obama finds G-20 summit divided on Syria crisis

Saint Petersburg - The G-20 Summit involving twenty of the world’s biggest economies opened Thursday in St. Petersburg, Russia’s second largest city.

Philippines targets 27th FIBA Asia Championship crown tonight

After a thrilling win over the highly-rated South Korean team Saturday night, the Philippine national men's basketball team Gilas Pilipinas, will face unbeaten Iran for the 27th FIBA Asia Championship crown Sunday night at the Mall of Asia Arena.

Destruction of Timbuktu shrines a war crime says ICC prosecutor

Islamic extremists have now wrecked seven historic shrines in the ancient trading town of Timbuktu. The International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor has now warned the Salafists to stop their destruction, calling it a war crime.

10% of Europeans resistant to HIV

According to biologists at the University of Liverpool the plagues of the Middle Ages have made 10 percent of Europeans HIV-resistant.

Smugglers offer 1.8 kg radioactive material to undercover police

Chisinau - Undercover detectives in the Republic of Moldova have arrested three smugglers possessing and trying to sell 1.8 kg of highly radioactive uranium-238, possibly enough to construct a so-called dirty bomb.

BBC defends decision to fly Doctor Who actor to Venice

The BBC has defended its decision to fly Matt Smith (the eleventh Doctor) to Venice for an episode of the documentary series that accompanies Doctor Who.

Another African virus crosses oceans with humans and mosquitoes

An African virus, carried by mosquitoes, is spreading to the west. The virus, called Chikungunya, does not have a vaccine and there is no treatment for it.

African Sickle-Cell Anemia Deaths Heighten By Vaccine Shortage

Despite readily available vaccines, death rate of sickle-cell anemia in African children remains to be a growing concern, researchers said Thursday.

Protesters from around the globe condemn Iranian rights abuses

Activists from different parts of the world are in unison, Saturday, calling for an end to the ever-increasing human rights abuse in Iran.

A story of survival in Gaza by a 15 year-old girl

Amira al-Girim survived after her father, brother and sister were killed during the fighting in Gaza. The 15-year-old was alone for several days having suffered a badly broken, bleeding leg.
 

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