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Ex-Israeli envoy to Argentina: Israel killed most perpetrators of AMIA, embassy bombings

Israel has killed most of the perpetrators responsible for the deadly attacks on its embassy and on the Argentine Jewish Charities Federation (AMIA) building in


Chinese Doctor admits selling patients’ newborns

A Chinese doctor has admitted in court that she stole babies from the hospital where she worked and sold them to human traffickers, state media


One of the largest women hopes to inspire larger ladies

She has to wear extra large trousers and once managed to crack a toilet bowl just by sitting on it but Sarah Massey, 33, says


Google’s robot wins Pentagon rescue contest

A robot developed by a Japanese start-up recently acquired by Google is the winner of a two-day competition hosted by the Pentagon’s research unit Darpa. Team


We All Experience Smells Differently From One Another

What one person perceives as a heavenly perfume may be an intolerable stench for another. New research finds that no two people experience scent in


2013: The year we all went ‘mobile’

This year was the year we all went mobile. And we’re not just talking smartphones and tablets. We’re talking mobile work forces staying connected in and


MPs pass Bill against miniskirts

Parliament yesterday passed the Anti-pornography Bill, 2011, a new piece of legislation that seeks among others to ban wearing of miniskirts and further clarify the


Indonesia, Ecuador, Morocco, Turkey and Rwanda poised for growth

G Adventures has gazed into its crystal globe to pick its five hottest destination travel trends for US travelers in 2014. Looking at growth figures,


Nelson Mandela was Google’s most searched-for global term of 2013

Nelson Mandela was appropriately the world’s most searched-for subject in 2013, according to Google’s annual Zeitgeist list. Searches all related to Mandela’s life, his achievements and


Ancient hand bone dates origins of human dexterity

The discovery of an ancient bone at a burial site in Kenya puts the origin of human hand dexterity more than half a million years