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Ferry emerges from water three years after sinking in South Korea  

Ferry emerges from water three years after sinking in South Korea  

SEOUL: Three years after they watched in horror as a passenger ferry carrying their children sank off the coast of South Korea, parents of the victims watched the vessel return to the surface on Thursday.

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Indian farmers protest with skulls of dead farmers

Indian farmers protest with skulls of dead farmers

The deep green of their lungis makes for a striking contrast against the dull grey of the Jantar Mantar Road in central Delhi. But the scores of Tamil farmers, armed with alleged human skulls, are not camping there for the ...

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How to keep your laptop safe under the new airline ban

How to keep your laptop safe under the new airline ban

Whether you wanted to binge watch TV, catch up on work, or keep a toddler from yelling for 15 hours straight, the new rules on checked-in electronics are definitely an inconvenience. But they can also present major safety issues for ...

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Sweden Ice hotel attracts tourists

Sweden Ice hotel attracts tourists

Sweden’s Ice hotel is a travel icon – it’s sculpted from ice every winter when the nearby river Torne freezes and melts away during the spring. But with the opening of the permanent Icehotel 365 this December, you can stay ...

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Spider venom minimizes effects of brain damage: Scientists   

Spider venom minimizes effects of brain damage: Scientists   

SYDNEY: Australian researchers on Tuesday said that a protein in the venom of potentially deadly funnel web spiders could minimize the effects of brain damage after a stroke.

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Antimicrobial protein finds in Komodo dragons’ blood

Antimicrobial protein finds in Komodo dragons’ blood

Now in a study published in the Journal of Proteome Research, scientists reported that they have detected antimicrobial protein fragments in the lizard’s blood that appear to help them resist deadly infections. The discovery could lead to the development of new ...

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World Happiness Report 2017: World’s 10 happiest countries  

World Happiness Report 2017: World’s 10 happiest countries  

Norwegians have more reason than ever to celebrate the International Day of Happiness.

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Some common laundry mistakes you are making

Some common laundry mistakes you are making

Across the world, a staggering 540 million items of decent clothing are chucked away unnecessarily every single year – because we’ve ruined them in the wash. This adds up to 10 items of clothing each, totalling £147.60. In reaction to ...

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Police test electronic anti-drone gun in China

Police test electronic anti-drone gun in China

WUHAN :Police in China have successfully tested their anti-drone gun that electronically shoots down illegal flying devices in the sky.

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Massive 706-carat diamond unearthed in Sierra Leone

Massive 706-carat diamond unearthed in Sierra Leone

FREETOWN: A pastor has unearthed a massive706-carat diamond in eastern Sierra Leone.

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73 years old drowned boat recovered in Sindh  

73 years old drowned boat recovered in Sindh  

MIRPURKHAS: Around 73 year old drowned boat was recovered during ditching near Jamrao Canal here on Thursday.

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Men who fed cat to dogs ordered to clean Dubai zoo

Men who fed cat to dogs ordered to clean Dubai zoo

Dubai: The Emirati man who uploaded a gruesome video showing a live cat being fed to his hungry dogs has been ordered to clean Dubai Zoo for four hours every day for 90 days. The punishment was ordered by His ...

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UAE firm to build 3D-printed skyscraper  

UAE firm to build 3D-printed skyscraper  

ABU DHABI: A United Arab Emirates (UAE) construction firm Cazza announced to build the world’s first ever 3D-printed skyscraper in Dubai.  

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Poor Indian artist pedals to his Swedish sweetheart

Poor Indian artist pedals to his Swedish sweetheart

Theirs is a feel good, heart warming, inspiring, hard to match, and a true love story. He was a poor  artist from the untouchable Hindu Dalit caste. She was a blue-eyed beautiful blonde from Swedish nobility visiting India when she ...

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Australia announces video competition for schools across Pakistan

Australia announces video competition for schools across Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: The Australian Trade and Investment Commission has invited schools from across Pakistan to participate in the Pakistan Schools’ Video Competition 2017 and win a study trip to a leading Australian university.

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Saudi Arabia launches girl’s council-without any girls

Saudi Arabia launches girl’s council-without any girls

It was an encouraging initiative for a country not known for giving women a platform in public life. But when Saudi Arabia wanted to show off its inaugural girls’ council in al-Qassim province, they overlooked one thing: the women. Pictures ...

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First ever museum of polar lands opens in France

First ever museum of polar lands opens in France

PARIS: As global warming reshapes the Arctic and Antarctic, a new museum built by the son of a renowned French explorer aims to show “the beauty of polar landscapes” and illustrate the consequences of climate change.

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Paris mayor plan to spend 1.5m dollars to get rid of rats

Paris mayor plan to spend 1.5m dollars to get rid of rats

The mayor of Paris said the city would spend 1.5 million euros ($1.6 million) to rid the French capital of rats and install more public ashtrays to clean up the city’s streets. In an interview Mayor Anne Hidalgo unveiled a ...

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India relocates Tipu Sultan’s armory to lay railway track 

India relocates Tipu Sultan’s armory to lay railway track 

MYSORE: India all set to move the 18th century armory of Tipu Sultan to lay a new railway track in Karnataka state.

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California officially embraces self-driving car   

California officially embraces self-driving car   

The state DMV issued proposed rules for the testing and deployment of fully self-driving vehicles on Friday. The news appears to clear the way for cars with an empty driver’s seat to operate on state roads by year’s end.

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