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Jun 14, 2018
Meanwhile on Instagram: Artist-photographer Kaamna Patel's travel log is a window to the worldKaamna Patel is a visual artist and photographer currently based in Mumbai. Her Instagram feed spans several countries and cultures.
Nov 02, 2017
CIA releases 4.7 lakh files seized during Osama bin Laden's killing: Hand-written diary points at disdain for WestThe CIA released a vast archive of Al-Qaeda documents, including Osama Bin-Laden's handwritten diary, seized in the deadly 2011 raid on his Pakistani compound.
Jul 17, 2017
Science journal, 'Current Science' issues warning over fake websites acting as 'predatory journals'The premier Indian journal is published every fortnight by the Current Science Association in collaboration with the Indian Academy of Sciences.
Aug 20, 2016
Southern California firefighters make progress; 100 homes destroyed | ReutersArray
Mar 08, 2015
Wisconsin police fatally shoot black teen, prompting protestREUTERS - Wisconsin police fatally shot an apparently unarmed African-American teenager on Friday, prompting dozens of people to protest at the site of the killing, according to police and videos published on social media. Madison Police Chief Mike Koval told reporters that an officer responded to a disturbance at around 6:30 p.m
Dec 08, 2014
Paris mayor wants to ban diesel cars by 2020 to fight pollutionPARIS (Reuters) - The mayor of Paris called for diesel cars to be banned from the French capital by 2020 and said pedestrian-only neighbourhoods should be created in the city centre as part of a plan to fight pollution.
Oct 31, 2014
To stop Ebola's spread in West Africa, target funerals - studyNEW YORK (Reuters) - As the global health community ramps up its efforts to treat Ebola patients and curb its spread in West Africa, a new analysis finds that the greatest impact would come from insuring safe burials for victims, scientists reported on Thursday.
Aug 21, 2014
Foreign assisted suicide cases in Switzerland double in 4 yearsZURICH (Reuters) - The number of foreigners travelling to Switzerland to commit assisted suicide doubled over a four-year period, a study published in the Journal of Medical Ethics said on Thursday. In 2012, 172 foreigners took their lives in Switzerland, which has liberal euthanasia rules, up from 86 in 2009, with citizens from Germany and Britain making up almost two-thirds of the total, the study found. Assisted suicide has been legal in Switzerland since the 1940s, if performed by someone with no direct interest in the death
Feb 02, 2014
French gay marriage protest draws thousandsPARIS (Reuters) - Thousands of demonstrators began gathering in Paris and Lyon on Sunday in a renewed protest against France's legalisation of gay marriage, which has mobilised conservatives of all stripes. Organisers and police expected tens of thousands of people to join the marches against the Socialist government's "Marriage for All" law.