Delta flight delayed when thousands of honeybees descend on plane's wing 

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A passenger flight from Pittsburgh to New York was delayed on Wednesday when bees descended on the aircraft's wing, pictured
A Delta flight from Pittsburgh to New York was delayed on Wednesday after tens of thousands of bees descended on the plane's wing...Read Remaining News...
Jordanian parliment member throws shoe, pulls gun on critic on live TV 

Jordanian parliment member pulls gun on critic on live tv

Talk about must-see TV. In Jordan, a furious TV debate turned into a YouTube moment when a member of parliament threw a shoe and pulled a gun on his rival...Read Remaining News...

Girl, 5, who can't eat chocolate because it would poison her hoping double organ transplant

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Lola (pictured with mother Natalie, left) can't cope with a variety of foods including chocolate. Her older sister Nicole (who she is pictured with, right) had the same issue until she had a double organ transplant

The parents of a little girl who can't eat chocolate are hoping a double organ transplant will change her life...Read Remaining News...

The tiniest thieves of all: Termites in woman's safe eat through £32,000 in cash 

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The termites munched their way through more than £32,000 in cash after getting into a woman's safe
-Money-saver scrimps and saves for eight years to study abroad...Read Remaining News...

Net porn automatic bar considered 

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Campaigners have said it is too easy for children to access explicit adult content
The government is to consider putting extra pressure on computer users to filter out pornography when setting up internet accounts...Read Remaining News...

Celebrity personal trainer threw herself from Beachy Head cliffs after losing job and having problems with girlfriend 

Celebrity personal trainer threw herself from Beachy Head cliffs
Tragic suicide: Angie Dowds was a health guru on ITV show The Biggest Loser
A celebrity personal trainer jumped off Beachy Head after losing her job and having problems with her girlfriend, an inquest heard yesterday...Read Remaining News...

Chinese toddler dangling over 40ft drop plucked to safety by rescuer who scaled side of building to save him

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The child had reportedly got his head jammed in the railings while his parents had left him home alone
Chinese toddler dangling over 40ft drop plucked to safety by rescuer who scaled side of building to save him...Read Remaining News...

The little boy who was born with no eyes

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Marwanijung shines a torch at his eyes as his mother Salamu holds him protectively

This is the boy who was born with no eyes, but is heartbreakingly happy when shining a torch at his face...Read Remaining News...

Vatican in chaos after butler arrested for leaks

Vatican in chaos after butler arrested
May 26, 2012, that the pope's butler Paolo Gabriele, at right, was arrested in an embarrassing leaks scandal. Spokesman Rev. Federico Lombardi said Paolo Gabriele, a layman, was arrested in his home inside Vatican City with secret documents in his possession.

VATICAN CITY (AP) -- The Vatican's inquisition into the source of leaked documents has yielded its first target with the arrest of the pope's butler, but the investigation is continuing into a scandal that has embarrassed the Holy See by revealing evidence of internal power struggles, intrigue and corruption in the highest levels of the Catholic Church governance...Read Remaining News...

Man Admitted to Hospital for Kidney Stone, Discovers He's a Woman

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Man >> Woman
A Colorado man who was admitted to the hospital for a kidney stone received surprising news when the nurse came back with test results revealing he was actually a woman...Read Remaining News...

Egyptians vote in first free presidential election

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An Egyptian woman votes during the first day of the presidential election in a polling station in Alexandria, Egypt

CAIRO (AP) -- More than 15 months after autocratic leader Hosni Mubarak's ouster, Egyptians streamed to polling stations Wednesday to freely choose a president for the first time in generations. Waiting hours in line, some debated to the last minute over their vote in a historic election pitting old regime figures against ascending Islamists...Read Remaining News...

Suicide bombing kills nearly 100 soldiers in Yemen

Suicide bombing kills nearly 100 soldiers in Yemen
A policeman collects evidence at the site of a suicide bomb attack at a parade square in Sanaa, Yemen, Monday, May 21, 2012

SANAA, Yemen (AP) -- A suicide bomber blew himself up at a military parade rehearsal Monday in Yemen's capital, killing 96 soldiers in one of the deadliest attacks in the city in years, officials said...Read Remaining News...

Syria says 40 dead in Damascus blasts

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Flames and smoke raise from burning cars after two bombs exploded
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) -- Two strong explosions ripped through the Syrian capital Thursday, killing more than 40 people and leaving scenes of carnage in the streets in an assault against a center of government power, officials said...Read Remaining News...

Russian passenger jet reported missing in Indonesia

 Russian passenger jet reported missing in Indonesia
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A Russian Sukhoi Superjet 100 passenger plane with 46 people aboard has gone missing on a demonstration flight in Indonesia, reports say...Read Remaining News...

15 million of world's babies are born prematurely

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A mother carrying her unnamed twin baby, 11 days old, in a Care center
WASHINGTON (AP) -- About 15 million premature babies are born every year - more than 1 in 10 of the world's births and a bigger problem than previously believed, according to the first country-by-country estimates of this obstetric epidemic...Read Remaining News...

200,000 Titanic-related records are published online

Titanic leaving Southampton on its maiden voyage

More than 200,000 records relating to the Titanic have been published online to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the ship's sinking on 15 April...Read Remaining News...

Barbecue fumes link to Isabelle Harris death investigated


The possibility a six-year old girl died as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning at a Hampshire campsite is being investigated by police...Read Remaining News...

Pumpkin smashes the record

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Giant pumpkin of New Zealand
 A giant pumpkin grown at Parua Bay, in the Far North, by Eve Barton along with her sons Alan and Jason has broken the New Zealand giant pumpkin record...Read Remaining News...

Earth Hour aims for lights off across the globe

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Empire State Building in New York, Big Ben in London and the Eiffel Tower in Paris
(CNN) -- On Saturday, European Space Agency astronaut and World Wildlife Fund ambassador André Kuipers will watch from the International Space Station as each time zone hits 8:30 p.m. -- and track to see who on Earth turns out the lights...Read Remaining News...

Cambodian dad chains son to pole over online gaming

Cambodian dad chains son to pole over online gaming
The Cambodian boy chained to a power pole by his father
PHNOM PENH: An irate Cambodian father chained his teenage son by the neck to a power pole to punish him for skipping school to play online games, police said yesterday...Read Remaining News...

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BABY BEYONCE: The puppy, will have her size considered by Guinness World Records
A puppy named after one of the world's biggest pop stars could set the world's record for tiniest dog...Read Remaining News...

Coffee with mother-in-law saved life

A damaged Mistubishi Diamante
A damaged Mistubishi Diamante, which was driven twice into a bed and breakfast in Napier.
A spur-of-the-moment decision to take his mother-in-law out for coffee was all that saved a Napier man from being killed when a drunk driver reversed repeatedly into his house...Read Remaining News...

U.S. soldier flown out of Afghanistan

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U.S. Army soldiers from 2nd Batallion, 35th Infantry Division leave Afganistan
(Reuters) - A U.S. soldier accused of shooting dead 16 Afghan civilians has been flown out of Afghanistan, officials said, as Washington attempted to calm seething anger over a massacre that raised serious questions about the West's war strategy...Read Remaining News...

Coke and Pepsi alter recipe to avoid cancer warning

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Coke and Pepsi
Coca-Cola and Pepsi are changing the recipes for their drinks to avoid being legally obliged to put a cancer warning label on the bottle...Read Remaining News...

Oil price falls back from 43-month high

Oil price falls back from 43-month high
Last Updated at 02 Mar 2012, 10:15 GMT

Oil prices have dipped from a 43-month high after Saudi Arabia denied reports that a key pipeline had exploded...Read Remaining News...

Charlotte Church 'sickened' by NoW phone hacking

Charlotte Church 'sickened' by NoW phone hacking
Charlotte Church
Charlotte Church says she was "sickened and disgusted" by what she discovered during her legal action against News International over phone hacking...Read Remaining News...

Mother's tearful tribute to her four children killed in house fire

Mother's tearful tribute to her four children killed in house fire
The mother of four children
"You were all my heart, my life, my babies": Mother

The mother of four children killed in a house fire told mourners today they were "all my heart, my life, my babies"...Read Remaining News...

Militant secularisation threat to religion, says Warsi

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Baroness Warsi
Britain is under threat from a rising tide of "militant secularisation", a cabinet minister has warned...Read Remaining News...

How To Select The Right Diamonds

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Diamond Ring
How Is A Diamonds Quality Measured

There are four elements that are considered when we speak about the measurement of a diamond...Read Remaining Article...

Syria forces attack Homs
A grieving relative kissing a dead man on the back of a truck at Homs
By Khaled Yacoub Oweis and Angus MacSwan
AMMAN/BEIRUT, Feb 9 (Reuters) - Syrian forces bombarded opposition-held neighbourhoods of the city of Homs with rocket and mortar fire on Thursday, activists said, as divided world powers struggled to find a way to end the violence...Read Remaining News...

Girl, 17, who has eaten nothing else since age TWO rushed to hospital after collapsing

Stacey Irvine, 17, eats little else apart from chicken nuggets
Ever since she was a toddler, Stacey Irvine has eaten little else but chicken nuggets and the occasional portion of chips...Read Remaining News...

US couple married for 73 years die together

US couple married for 73 years die together
US Couple Presley and Ethel Bradshaw
Kentucky couple Presley and Ethel Bradshaw were married for 73 years when they died just hours apart from one another...Read Remaining News...

Birmingham, Alabama Storm 2012: Searchers Work To Rescue Trapped People

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Storm in Birmingham, Alabama
CLAY, Ala. (AP) — Two people were killed in the Birmingham, Ala., area as storms pounded the South and Midwest, prompting tornado warnings in a handful of states early Monday...Read Remaining News...

How Pakistan helps the U.S. drone campaign

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US Drone
(Reuters) - The death of a senior al Qaeda leader in a U.S. drone strike in Pakistan's tribal badlands, the first strike in almost two months, signaled that the U.S.-Pakistan intelligence partnership is still in operation despite political tensions...Read Remaining News...

Wikipedia to shut for 24 hours to stop anti-piracy act

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Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia
(Reuters) - Wikipedia, the popular community-edited online encyclopedia, will black out its English-language site for 24 hours to seek support against proposed U.S. anti-piracy legislation that Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales said threatens the future of the Internet...Read Remaining News...

First Part of Biswa Iztema - 2012 Ends With Akheri Munazat at Tongi

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People Attending the Akheri Munazat
First phase of Biswa Iztema which begins at 13th January, 2012 ends today at 15th January with akheri munazat in Bangladesh....Read Remaining News...

Breast milk ice cream goes on sale in Covent Garden

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Ice Cream made of Breast Milk
A restaurant in London's Covent Garden is serving a new range of ice cream, made with breast milk...Read Remaining News...

Hormuz Bypass Oil Pipeline Delayed as Iranian Tensions Mount

Ships load fuel at an oil products storage terminal in Fujairah
A pipeline that would allow oil from the United Arab Emirates to bypass the Strait of Hormuz separating it from Iran has been delayed because of construction difficulties, two people with knowledge of the matter said...Read Remaining News...

World's Oldest Divorcees: 99-Year-Old Man Seeks Divorce

World's Oldest Divorcees

A 99-year old Italian man is filing for divorce after discovering letters from an affair his wife had over 60 years ago...Read Remaining News...

Unable To Find 12th Woman Of The Year, BBC Crowns Panda Instead

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Faces of 2011 (Pic:BBC)
In a move that is sure to go down in adorable bear history, the BBC has named a female panda named Sweetie one of its female Faces of the Year. 2011 was either lacking severely in girlchievements or a banner year for lady pandas. So what was Sweetie's glorious achievement that elevated her, a bear, over that of all female humans who did stuff...Read Remaining News...

Christmas whale gives a wave 

A white whale, also known as beluga, puffs a ring at Kamogawa Sea World
THIS friendly beluga whale appears to be waving its flipper at the camera as it blows a circular bubble into the water...Read Remaining News...

7 People Shot Dead In Texas Home, Motive Unclear

                                       7 People Shot Dead In Texas
GRAPEVINE, Texas -- Investigators believe that seven people who were found dead Christmas Day were cleaning up holiday wrapping paper when they were shot inside a suburban Fort Worth apartment, but a motive remains unclear...Read Remaining News...

Congress calls on Twitter to block Taliban

Joe Lieberman
Joe Lieberman
American congressmen are calling on Twitter to block Taliban propagandists from the micro-blogging site...Read Remaining News...

You have a human right to hoard (even if your junk can be seen from space): Court victory for eccentric homeowner

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Richard Wallace
It was an astonishing case. Eccentric hoarder Richard Wallace had accumulated so much rubbish in his back garden that it could be seen from space - much to the fury of his neighbours...Read Remaining News...

This Horrifying Spider Is The Only One That Carries Her Babies Like a Human Mother Would

If there's an image that summarizes my idea of complete horror, this is it: a wolf spider carrying dozens of babies on her back. It's the only spider in the world that does this...Read Remaining News...

Holiday sales strong, but still discounted

Holiday Shopping
(Reuters) - With six days until Christmas, the U.S. holiday shopping season is better than expected, with discounts deep enough to bring in shoppers who are searching for bargains but not showing the desperation seen in the recession...Read Remaining News...

2ft tall Jyoti dreams of Bollywood acting career after being crowned world's shortest woman

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Jyoti is measured at 61.95cm on her 18th birthday by Guinness World Record

Jyoti with a family friend two years ago - who, at 13 months, bigger than she is
Celebrating your 18th birthday is a momentous occasion for anyone, but for tiny Jyoti Amge the milestone is even bigger news...Read Remaining News...

Where are they now? The Vancouver riot Kissing Couple

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Kissing Couple
On June 15, 2011, Vancouver burned. The riots that followed Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final turned parts of the British Columbia city into chaotic scenes of looting, arson, violence and clashes with overwhelmed police...Read Remaining News...

Eve Carson, UNC Student, Asked Her Alleged Killer To Pray With Her, Witness Says

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Eve Carson
A witness testifying in the murder trial of Laurence Alvin Lovette Jr. has made a startling claim about the victim's last moments...Read Remaining News...

Nearly 20% of women in the US are raped, study reveals

Rape Case
Even more women, estimated at 25%, have been attacked by a partner or husband, the Centers for Disease Control said...Read Remaining News...

Boy escapes from terrorist group after five months in captivity

Kidnapped Boy
A BOY of 14 kidnapped by a terror group linked with al-Qaeda has escaped by fleeing in bare feet through a jungle for two days...Read Remaining News...

Iran releases video of downed U.S. spy drone–looking intact

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Downed U.S. spy plane
Iran's Press TV on Thursday broadcast an extended video tour of the U.S. spy drone that went down in the country--and it indeed appeared to look mostly intact...Read Remaining News...

Why Muslims more devout than others?

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Muslims at Pray in Mosques
Conflict, theology and history make Muslims more religious than others, experts say

(CNN) – Every religion has its true believers and its doubters, its pious and its pragmatists, but new evidence suggests that Muslims tend to be more committed to their faith than other believers...Read Remaining News...

Iran claims to have brought down U.S. spy drone

U.S.-led forces say UAV went missing in western Afghanistan

The United States on Sunday appeared to give credence to Iranian state media reports that Iran had come into possession of a downed U.S. surveillance drone...Read Remaining News...

The Largest Pacific Octopus At The National Zoo

WASHINGTON -- There's a new giant Pacific octopus at the National Zoo. Sadly, only kids age 5 to 15 can enter The Washington Post's contest to name the new octopus (or else we might have some of our own suggestions)...Read Remaining News...

Thanksgiving kicks off fight for holiday sales

Holiday Shopping
(Reuters) - The holiday shopping season is in full swing on Thursday, with retailers hoping consumers will spend big despite worries about the fragile economy and their own precarious finances...Read Remaining News...

At least Two killed, hundreds hurt in Egypt protest clashes

Clash in Egypt
(Reuters) - Protesters demanding an end to army rule and angered by rough police tactics battled with police on Sunday, presenting Egypt's ruling generals with their biggest security challenge yet, a week before parliamentary elections...Read Remaining News..

Penn State's Sandusky denies he is a pedophile

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Jerry Sandusky
(Reuters) - Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State University assistant football coach charged with child sex abuse, says he is not a pedophile, but admits he showered with young boys...Read Remaining New...

Hugo Chavez: the U.S. and the EU "infiltrate terrorists" in Syria

Hugo Chavez
AFP - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez Sunday slammed the attitude in the Syrian crisis of the United States and the European Union, which he said "redouble their offensive against Syria" and "infiltrate terrorists" there...Read Remaining News...

Sarkozy addresses Netanyahu of "liar" to Obama in private

AFP - Nicolas Sarkozy has called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of "liar" during a private conversation, November 3 at the G20 in Cannes, with Barack Obama, who answered duty "to deal with it every day," says Freeze website images...Read Remaining News... 

Colombia: several deaths and at least 28 missing in a landslide

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Landslide in Colombia
AFP - Four people died and at least 28 people are missing following a landslide that buried ten homes in the Colombian city of Manizales (278 km west of Bogota), announced Saturday the Cross Red AFP. "We have a confirmed list of 28 people who were there" when the incident occurred, told AFP Jorge Zambrano, coordinator of the relief agency in Manizales, a city of about 350,000 inhabitants...Read Remaining News...

Sarkozy praised Obama covers a prime time

AFP - U.S. President Barack Obama Friday highly praised his French counterpart Nicolas Sarkozy and exalted "the long-standing friendship" between Washington and Paris, in an interview published crossover novel to prime time, newspapers the nightly TV TF1 and France 2...Read Remaining News...

The World's Most Powerful: The 70 People Who Matter

The World's Most Powerful: The 70 People Who Matter
The World's Most Powerful: The 70 People Who Matter
The World's Most Powerful: The 70 People Who Matter

Obama become the first. Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin came second in this annual ranking, followed by Chinese President Hu Jintao and German Chancellor Angela Merkel...Read Remaining News...

Emergency Declared At San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant

San Onofre nuclear generating station
San Onofre nuclear generating station
An emergency was declared at the San Onofre nuclear generating station on Tuesday afternoon. The threat turned out to be an ammonia leak, not a a nuclear one, and officials say it does not pose any public danger...Read Remaining News...

Official end of the NATO operation in Libya

This is the official end of "Operation Unified Protector". Seven months and 26,000 sorties later, the NATO mission ends this Monday, October 31. In a statement, the organization had welcomed last week a success "historic" and called the new plan to "build a new Libya" democratic...Read Remaining News....

At least three deaths as snowstorm hits Northeast

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Snow Storm in Newyork
(Reuters) - A rare October snowstorm barreled up the East Coast on Saturday, cutting power to more than two million households, forcing cancellation of scores of airline flights and causing at least three deaths...Read Remaining News...

Euro-2012: Lviv opens a new stage topless protest

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Topless Protest

AFP - The Ukrainian city of Lviv (West) opened Saturday a stage of more than 32,000 seats to host matches of Euro 2012 co-hosted by Poland and Ukraine, a ceremony marred by the arrest of two activists topless...Read Remaining News...