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Thursday , May 29 , 2014
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Glaxo under UK fraud office scanner

The British drug maker GlaxoSmithKline said yesterday that the Serious Fraud Office of Britain had opened a formal criminal investigation into its “commercial practices”....   | Read..

Maya Angelou passes away at home at 86

Maya Angelou, the memoirist and poet whose landmark book of 1969, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings — which describes in lyrical, unsparing prose her childhood...   | Read..

China to relax curbs on health investment

China will ease curbs on foreign investment in joint-venture hospitals, the government said today, as it deepens a sweeping overhaul of its health care system aimed at cuttin...   | Read..

Tight gag on Tiananmen in 25th year

Even by the standards of the clampdowns that routinely mark politically sensitive dates in China, the approach this year to June 4, the anniversary of the day in 1989 whe...   | Read..

Ukraine calm after battle

Relative calm returned to the streets of Donetsk today after the biggest battle of the pro-Russian separatist uprising in eastern Ukraine, a conflict transformed by the lands...   | Read..

Israel chopper

Israel has phased out one of its two types of US attack helicopter in favour of using more drones, military officers have said, reflecting a need for lighter and cheaper air ...   | Read..
Actors Emily Blunt and Tom Cruise being interviewed at the premiere of their film Edge of Tomorrow in London. (Reuters)
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