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New DNA, video evidence suggests Bigfoot is real: Scientists


New York: Scientists claim to have found new evidence, including DNA samples and never before seen videos, that prove the existence of mysterious Bigfoot.
DNA samples and video footage of an alleged

UK tabloid suspends staff in row with Miliband

A British newspaper suspended 2 journalists and apologised to opposition Labour leader Ed Miliband on Thursday, after it sent an uninvited reporter to a family memorial service in a “terrible lapse of judgment”.

Scores dead in migrant boat disaster off Italy


At least 92 people drowned and around 200 were believed missing after a boat carrying up to 500 African asylum seekers caught fire and sank off the Italian coast on Thursday, officials said.

8 dead in Tennessee crash horror

Eight people were killed when a bus packed with members of a church group blew a tire and slammed into oncoming traffic, officials in the US state of Tennessee said Wednesday.

Top member of Britain’s Conservatives held over rape claim

A top member of prime minister David Cameron’s Conservative party has been arrested on suspicion of raping a teenage girl, British police said on Saturday.

Manmohan Singh to hold first meeting with Nawaz Sharif

New York: After receiving US backing on the issue of terrorism emanating from Pakistan, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will meet Nawaz Sharif here on Sunday when he is likely to ask him to rein in ter

Philippines says rebel standoff is over


A deadly 3-week standoff between government troops and Muslim rebels who held nearly 200 people hostage in the southern Philippines has ended with all of the captives safe, officials said on Saturday.

Roadside bombs kill 5 in Afghanistan


Provincial officials say 2 separate roadside bomb attacks have killed 5 Afghan civilians in the eastern and southern parts of the country.

Obama speaks to Iranian President in first talk since 1979

In a dramatic move, US President Barack Obama on Saturday spoke to his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani over phone - the first highest-level contact between 2 countries in more than 30 years - signalling hope of a rapprochement that has potential to transform the West Asia.

Pakistan’s quake-hit area jolted my massive aftershock

Several cities of Pakistan’s Sindh and Balochistan provinces were on Saturday hit by a massive aftershock measuring 6.8, 3 days after a 7.7 magnitude earthquake struck the region killed over 500 people.

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