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Victim identified in Hollywood human head mystery
Police claim they have identified a man whose head and dismembered body were found near the world-famous Hollywood sign.
Microsoft calls for same-sex marriage legalization in Washington
Washington - Microsoft has joined six other companies to call for gay marriages to be legalized in Washington, saying it is "Good For Business".
‘Cyber Insult’: US citizen arrested for insulting Thai King
Bangkok - A US citizen was arrested by Thai Police and charged with defaming the monarchy for an offense he committed four years ago after posting a link to a banned book.
Highly trained dog, Cairo was part of SEALs that killed bin Laden
Washington Navy Yard - A highly trained dog called Cairo was part of the SEAL Team six that raided Osama bin Laden’s compound, Abbottabad eventually killing him.
Killing bin Laden: I would do it again – Obama
London - US President, Barack Obama told BBC he would order another raid like the one which killed Osama bin Laden if necessary, to stop terrorist attacks.
Unknown gunmen shoot four Zambian UN peacekeepers in Sudan
Abyei - Four Zambian Soldiers on United Nations (UN) peacekeeping mission were shot and wounded by unidentified attackers near a place called Gali.
Zuckerberg wants kids under 13 allowed on Facebook
Newark - Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he wants younger kids to be allowed on social networking sites like Facebook.
Hafiz Saeed: 'Osama's death is the beginning of America's defeat'
Islamabad - "Osama's death is the beginning of America's defeat." These were the words of Hafiz Saeed, the leader of Jamaat-ud-Dawa who called bin Laden a martyr and demanded the Pakistani government break ties with the U.S. for killing him.
Fleeing woman shot, dies as Syrian refugees flee into Lebanon
Syria - A Syrian woman fleeing with other refugees was shot and later died of her wounds whilst fleeing with scores others from their homeland.
‘Pakistan Talibans’ kill 80 in suicide bombing
Islamabad - Eighty people were killed by two suicide bombers outside a Paramilitary training centre Pakistan’s Northwest making it the first attack since the killing of Osama Bin Laden.
Hackers beware: US to unveil Cyber security proposal
Washington - White house officials on Thursday planned to unveil a major legislative proposal aimed at improving U.S cyber security and protecting the economy, Reuters revealed.
Scores of youth attend Philippine mass circumcision
Manila - Scores of boys in Philippines showed up for what has been described as a ‘circumcision party’ providing a safe but free procedure for this rite of passage common to local males in the area.
Journalist Shot dead in Algeria stronghold
Algiers - A journalist was shot dead on Friday in Algeria at a stronghold where insurgents linked to al Qaeda are active, according to a security official.
Kenya's Odinga: Zimbabwe elections must be free and fair
Bulawayo - Kenyan Prime Minister, Raila Odinga told Movement for Democratic congress not to vote unless the elections were free and fair.
Malawi high commissioner kicked out of Britain
London - In what has been viewed as tit-for-tat, Britain has ordered Malawi’s acting ambassador, Flossie Gomile Chidyaonga to leave the country.
Malawi journalists take fight for press freedom to the streets
Blantyre - Journalists in the Southern part of Malawi organised a peaceful march and later a debate where people expressed dissatisfaction about press freedom, the Africa Review reported.
Mozambique building $102 million airport
Nacala - Mozambique is building an airport at a cost of $102 million US in the northern city of Nacala in an attempt to attract tourists and investments, Times Live reported.
Three burned to death in Zambia riots
Mansa - Two Zambians and a Congolese national were burned to death during vicious riots in the country’s Luapula Province, IRIN Africa reported.
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