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Libyan plane crash kills 103


A Libyan Airbus jet crashed early on Wednesday as it tried to land in Tripoli airport, killing 103 people on board, most of them Dutch, leaving a young Dutch boy the sole survivor, officials said.

Fulham, Atletico face-off in final

London, May 11: Fulham and Atletico Madrid, two proud clubs living in the shadow of more illustrious city rivals, take centre stage on Wednesday in Hamburg when they meet in the Europa League final.
Two years after saving their Premier League skins on

Iran military warned off US plane

May 11: Iran’s military warned off a US reconnaissance aircraft trying to approach Iranian naval manoeuvres, Fars news agency reported on Tuesday.

How will Pakistan solve North Waziristan dilemma?

Pakistan is under US pressure to clear the militant hub of North Waziristan on the Afghan border, a bastion of Afghan Taliban factions where allied Pakistani militants, Al Qaeda and other foreigners a

Memo to boss: 11-hour days bad for heart


May 11: People working 10 or 11 hours a day are more likely to suffer serious heart problems, including heart attacks, than those clocking off after seven hours, researchers said on Tuesday.

Kingmaker or poison taster?


May 11: Britain’s third largest party has suddenly found itself in the full glare of the political spotlight. It’s an uncomfortable, and potentially dangerous, place.

3G iPad sales cross million


Cupertino (California), May 3: Apple said the iPad — essentially a cross between a laptop and a smartphone that sports a 9.7-inch touchscreen — reached the million sales milestone faster that than the iPhone did, which passed one million units sold after 74 days.

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