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Egyptian statue moves on its own, 'curse of pharaohs' scare (Vid)

Mysterious daytime movements of a 10-inch, 4,000-year-old ancient Egyptian statuette at the Manchester Museum is causing a puzzle for museum staff with some wondering whether it has got anything to do with the legendary "curse of the pharaohs."

Canada approves historic life-saving stem-cell drug for children

Canada has become the first country to greenlight the world’s first approved drug that has stem cells as its active ingredient, offering hope to children suffering from an extremely painful disease that kills up to 80 percent of children affected.

Op-Ed: Should police keep searching for genitals of murdered polygamist?

Jakarta - Last week, Indonesia seemed obsessed with male genitals. First, members of the army were filmed scorching the phallus of a farmer they deemed an insurgent, then came the case of police officers searching for the dismembered missing member of a polygamist.

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Courtyard in the Temple of Osiris  Abu Sir (Taposiris magna)  Egypt.
Courtyard in the Temple of Osiris, Abu Sir (Taposiris magna), Egypt.
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