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Annual San Fermin bull-running festival kicks off in Spain

Annual San Fermin bull-running festival kicks off in Spain

July 06, AP – PAMPLONA, Spain — A red-and-white ocean of revellers erupted in cheers to launch Spain’s annual San Fermin bull-running festival on Saturday but only after a 19-minute delay caused by a giant Basque flag that blocked the starting rocket. The nine-day mix of alcohol-soaked partying and fleeing huge, sharp-horned fighting bulls is […]

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Suicide bomber targets mosque in Baghdad killing at least 15 worshipers

Suicide bomber targets mosque in Baghdad killing at least 15 worshipers

July 06, AP – A suicide bomber has killed 15 people leaving a mosque in Baghdad, with other blasts around Iraq claiming more lives. It is the latest violence likely linked to a standoff between Shiite and Sunni Muslims in Iraq. The worst of Friday’s violence came in Baghdad’s Kiraiyat neighborhood at a Shiite mosque. […]

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America celebrates independence day with fireworks, parades and parties

America celebrates independence day with fireworks, parades and parties

July 05, NEW YORK (AP) – Extravagant displays of Fourth of July fireworks lit up the skies around the nation, including a smiley face that gave a wink to about a million spectators in New York City, the Statue of Liberty reopened eight months after it was shuttered by Superstorm Sandy, and President Obama urged […]

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Filipina gives birth aboard Saudi airline flight

Filipina gives birth aboard Saudi airline flight

July 03, AP – Manama: Salima Judaman of Basilan, Mindanao on Tuesday gave birth to a three-kilogram baby girl aboard flight SV-872 reportedly five hours after the plane took off from the airport of the Red Sea city of Jeddah, Saudi and Philippine reports said. A Filipina has given birth to a baby girl on […]

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Human Rights Magazine

Human Rights Magazine

Human Rights Observers (global peace promoters) ‘The Magazine’ Human Rights observers, magazine complies with the development of human rights across the world, and is of immense importance to human rights studies and education. The magazine is an attempt to create awareness on human rights and ensure it applies all over the world.” The Human Rights […]

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Russian helicopter crash in Siberia kills 19, including 11 children

Russian helicopter crash in Siberia kills 19, including 11 children

July 02, AP – Russia’s Interstate Aviation Committee said that a Mi-8 helicopter crash-landed in the remote mountainous Yakutia region in Siberia on Tuesday, killing 19 people. A helicopter crash in the remote Siberian region of Yakutia has killed 19 people, Russian authorities said. The aircraft was carrying 28 people, including 11 children, and was […]

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Taliban attack on NATO compound in Kabul; 6 killed

Taliban attack on NATO compound in Kabul; 6 killed

July 02, AP – KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Kabul provincial police chief Mohammad Ayuob Salangi said the powerful car bomb blew up at about 4:30 a.m., leaving a deep crater at the first gate leading into the camp. Two truck drivers who were waiting to enter the area were killed in the blast, he said. […]

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Eurozone unemployment hits new record, 19.22 million people jobless

Eurozone unemployment hits new record, 19.22 million people jobless

July 01, AP – Joblessness across the 17 nations using the euro hit another record in May after a revision of data for the previous months, the EU statistics agency, Eurostat, reported on Monday. There is no sign yet of an end to swelling jobless ranks in the euro area, fresh figures from the European […]

July 1, 2013 | By More
Protesters march streets in Cairo, pushing for Morsi removal

Protesters march streets in Cairo, pushing for Morsi removal

June 30, CAIRO (AP) — Waving Egyptian flags and posters of Morsi crossed out in red, crowds packed central Cairo’s Tahrir square, the birthplace of the 2011 uprising against autocrat Hosni Mubarak, thunderous chants of “erhal!”, or “leave!” rang out. Hundreds of thousands of opponents of Egypt’s Islamist president poured out onto the streets in […]

June 30, 2013 | By More
Women not safe from heart troubles due to lifestyle: Survey

Women not safe from heart troubles due to lifestyle: Survey

June 30, AP – A new survey shows that changing lifestyle has exposed women to the risk of cardiovascular diseases, shattering the popular belief that oestrogen hormone protects them from such ailments. The survey, ‘Visualising the Extent of Heart Disease in Indian Women’, revealed that 65 percent doctors believe that oestrogen’s deficiency due to changing […]

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