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Blasphemy case against Sherry

Pakistani police registered an accusation from a businessman today that the country’s ambassador to the US had committed blasphemy, a crime that carries the death penalty, in connection with a 2010 TV talk show. ...   | Read..
 

3 guilty of UK bomb plot bigger than 7/7

The ringleaders of an al Qaida-backed British jihadi group have been found guilty of plotting the worst terror attack on UK soil....   | Read..
 

50 killed in blast near Baath office in Damascus

A car bomb killed over 50 people and wounded more than 200 in central Damascus today when it exploded on a busy highway close to ruling Baath Party offices and the Russian em...   | Read..
 
South Korean children play with colourful light sticks for a light show organised by an amusement park in central Seoul on Thursday. (AFP)
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Revealed: why babies cry

Babies cry to convey emotion, with the main reasons being hunger, pain, anger or fear, research...   | Read..

Want to test the Google Glass? Apply now!

Google is letting a larger segment of the public test its futuristic eyeglasses....   | Read..