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Flash in sky inspires fantasy, awe

Life is scariest when it imitates science fiction. The stunning video of the meteor that whistled and boomed across Russian skies yesterday unnerved even those with long experience imagining catastrophic events. Past and present practitioners of fantasy fiction in print and movies reacted to th...   | Read..
 

63 killed in Quetta blast aimed at Shias

A bomb ripped through a crowded vegetable market in a mostly Shia neighbourhood in Quetta today, killing at least 63 people , including women and children, and injuring 180, ...   | Read..
 

Kentucky does not rule out Judd senator run

It would seem like a Republican fantasy: a famous actress, who has been described by her own grandmother as a Hollywood liberal, is floated as a Senate candidate in one o...   | Read..
 

Road-rage dashcams record cosmic event

Many of the detailed video images viewed around the world today showing the explosive meteor in Russia can be traced to what may seem like an unlikely source: the countryR...   | Read..
 
A ruler is used to measure fragments that are said to be from a meteorite near Lake Chebarkul, 80km west of Chelyabinsk, Russia. (Reuters)
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