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Syria conflict: US issues warning on chemicals plan

Syria conflict: US issues warning on chemicals plan

Sep 10, The US has warned that a Russian plan on Syrian chemical weapons must not be an excuse for “delays and avoidance”. US Secretary of State John Kerry said the plan must be “swift and verifiable” and warned its implementation would be “exceedingly difficult”. Syria earlier said it accepted the Russian plan to put […]

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Migraines Linked to Changes in Brain Structure

Migraines Linked to Changes in Brain Structure

Aug 29, – People with migraines — either with or without an aura preceding the headache — show changes in the structure of their brains on imaging tests, researchers say. A new review of previous research shows that people who have migraines have abnormalities in the brain’s white matter, lesions that resemble previous strokes, and […]

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Thai court convicts 2 Iranians in bomb plot

Thai court convicts 2 Iranians in bomb plot

Aug 22, BANGKOK — A Thai court on Thursday sentenced an Iranian man to life in prison and his compatriot to 15 years in jail for their roles in a botched bomb plot that was exposed last year when an accidental explosion blew apart the Bangkok villa where they were staying. Israeli and Thai officials […]

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Edward Snowden’s father set to make Russia visit

Edward Snowden’s father set to make Russia visit

Aug 11, – Lon Snowden, father of US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden, has got a Russian visa and will visit his son “very soon”, his lawyer says. Mr Snowden told the US ABC network. He wanted his son to return home provided the justice system is applied “correctly” in his case. He added that his […]

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Katy Perry’s ‘Roar’ Arrives Early

Katy Perry’s ‘Roar’ Arrives Early

Aug 11, – Sound the alarm: Katy Perry‘s new single “Roar” has roared early. The tune, the first single from her forthcoming third studio album Prism (due Oct. 22), was slated to premiere on Monday, Aug. 12. However, in the early morning of Aug. 10, the song leaked to the Internet. In turn, “Roar” has […]

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Turkish PM Erdogan threatens to sue UK’s Times

Turkish PM Erdogan threatens to sue UK’s Times

July 27, – Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused the Times of “renting out its pages for money”. Turkey’s prime minister has threatened legal action against a UK newspaper for publishing an open letter criticising his handling of recent protests. Hollywood celebrities and academics were among those who signed the letter this week accusing Turkey’s government of […]

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