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A Drone attack Kills Al-Qaida’s Abu Yahya Al-Libi

A drone attack from CIA over Pakistani tribal area killed Abu Yahya Al-Libi, who was Al-Qaida’s No.2 leader. Whitehouse spokesman, Jay Carney, on Tuesday, quoted this attack as a “major blow” to what has long been considered as base of global terrorism network. He also added that it will be hard for Al-Qaida now to retort back to their ultimate strength after this attack. Libi was targeted with three separa ...

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8 Soldiers Killed in Conflict over Armenia-Azerbaijan Border

Eight Azerbaijan soldiers were killed in a fight over Armenia-Azerbaijan border, as it continued for a second successive day. The Defense Ministry of Azerbaijan told that they were killed when Armenian commandos started raiding on the frontline in the western Gazakh district. Armenia and Azerbaijan are former Soviet republics in South Caucasus and have been engaged in war for more than 20 years. Azeri Defen ...

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Doctors Reported Intoxications of Detergents among Children

Laundry detergent companies have started manufacturing miniature detergent products as a good substitute to big bottles. But recently in USA, kids were observed swallowing these detergents after getting them confused with tiny, colorful candies. Different poison control centers have reported nearly 250 cases. According to doctors, symptoms like nausea and breathing problems have been observed in these deter ...

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Beijing welcomes Russian President Vladimir Putin

BEIJING—Russian President Vladimir Putin met Chinese President on Tuesday in Beijing, in which they aspired fortifying their relations between the two countries and countervailing America’s influence. Analysts stated that due to China’s admiration of Putin for staying in power in Russia for more than 12 years, both countries will discuss their common intentions to sweep America’s interference out of South A ...

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Parents Should Break Conventional Upbringing Rules, says Spanish doctor Carlos Gonzales

  Earlier this year, a Spanish pediatrician, Carlos Gonzales, published a book Kiss me! ‘How to Raise Your Children with Love’ (Spanish version was published in 2003). After ten years of writing and publishing his best-selling book, Carlos turned his trends of parenting and rearing to a broader purview. He brought up, in his latest book, issues of how to tackle parenting in new ways; ways that require a few ...

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Nigerian Plane Crashes killing 153 passengers onboard

  Director-general of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, Harold Demuren, stated that the Nigerian Airway service Dana Airline, which crashed in crowded vicinage of Lagos, Nigeria and almost killing 153 people, cited an engine failure before it waned down. In a telephone interview on Monday morning, Demuren explained that the pilot told control tower that the two engines were causing problem. On its ...

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Sales Prices of Automobiles increases in U.S

General Motors (GM) has put up an 11 percent ascend in prices in its May 2012 sales. They rose to nearly 245,256 units while controlling higher prices. The retail sale for GM rose to 4 percent while that of fleet vehicles rose to 3 percent. According to website truecar.com, the average transaction of auto manufacturer rose to $33,140 per vehicle. This price increase happened to be the second largest increas ...

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World’s Largest Open Air Landfills Rio Closes its Trash Mountain

World’s largest open air trash company Rio has decided to close its activities near Seaside Mountain in Guanabara Bay and thousands of people are feared to lose their jobs, following the steps. The company has been providing a source of income to thousands of local people since last 34 years but now they have decided to stay away from the business. The steps are feared to be dangerous as far as its impact o ...

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Britain to spend £30bn to Purify Water System

British government is motivated to spend £30bn to purify contaminated water. According to reports, various drugs companies have resisted an EU call for controls on potent chemicals which have been alleged for the gender alteration of freshwater fish. The government is intending to clean up rivers to make the water environment friendly for the fish. The huge sum has been allocated to various other projects l ...

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YPG Started Training Dogs for Afghan Missions

On June 01, 2012 renowned combat photographer Adam Ferguson visited Yuma Proving Ground, a site where different military tests are held, situated in Arizona U.S, to gather photos for National Geographic Magazine that is expected to come next spring. YPG trains hundreds of dogs, from birth, along with their coaches, for deploying abroad to other countries as well as training hundreds more for several law enf ...

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