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    World Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde arrested in Sweden

    The co-founder of the file-sharing website Pirate Bay was arrested in southern Sweden after being on the run for nearly two years. Peter Sunde was facing an outstanding sentence of eight months in prison and a large fine for copyright violations. Sunde was one of the four co-founders of the...
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    World Indian court asked to decide whether Hindu spiritual leader is dead or simply meditating

    An Indian court is set to decide whether a Hindu spiritual leader is dead – or in a state of profound meditation. His Holiness Shri Ashutosh Maharaj, who founded the Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan religious order, died in January, his wife and son have said. But his followers insist he is still...
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    US News Anarchist conference descends into chaos

    Campus police were called to a Portland university campus when a conference including a panel on anarchy quickly descended into chaos. The annual Law and Disorder Conference (LDC) had invited anarchist author Kristian Williams to speak at the conference entitled 'Informants: Types, Cases and...
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    World Egypt mass deaths: Muslim brotherhood leader Badie among hundreds sentenced to death

    An Egyptian judge sentenced 683 alleged Muslim Brotherhood supporters to death on Monday, including the group’s leader Mohamed Badie. The convictions are linked to riots that took place in the southern city of Minya and elsewhere in Egypt, after security forces disbanded sit-ins held by alleged...
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    US News Married lesbian threesome expecting their first baby in July

    The world's only 'married' lesbian threesome are expecting their first child. Doll, Kitten and Brynn, from Massachusetts, were joined together in a marriage-style ceremony last August and are expecting a daughter in July. Kitten, 27, is pregnant after undergoing IVF treatment using an...
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    US News Teacher shows sex tape featuring herself to pupils during class by mistake

    A teacher shocked pupils when she showed the class a homemade sex tape featuring herself by mistake. The unnamed teacher said the accident happened when the video got mixed up in her lesson plan. The woman quickly admitted the faux pas to officials at Forest Heights Middle School and later...
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    World Depressed factory worker offers himself to zoo tigers as food

    A depressed zoo visitor was savaged by a Bengal tiger after he threw himself into its enclosure offering himself as "food". In an online post, Yang Jinhai claimed it was depressing it was to see the "noble and maginifcant tigers" at southwest Chengdu zoo unable to follow their natural...
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    World Volcano erupts in Indonesia: 76,000 evacuated, most of Java’s airports shut

    More than 76,000 people fled their homes and flights were grounded across most of Indonesia’s densely populated island of Java on Friday after a volcanic eruption sent a huge plume of ash and sand 17 km (10 miles) into the air. The ash cloud from Thursday night’s eruption of Mount Kelud in the...
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    World China reports new H7N9 case, cities ban poultry trading

    Chinese cities have stepped up control of the live poultry trade as the number of human H7N9 bird flu infections continues to rise. Health authorities in east China's Anhui Province on Saturday reported a new human H7N9 infection. A teenage girl was diagnosed in a hospital in Huaining County...
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    Sci/Tech NASA bets on private companies to exploit moon's resources

    NASA—building on successful partnerships with private companies to resupply the International Space Station—is now looking to private entrepreneurs to help exploit resources on the moon. In its latest initiative, unveiled in late January, the US space agency is proposing private companies take...
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    World Marius The Giraffe Skinned In Front Of Children And Fed To Lions (Graphic Pictures)

    Marius the giraffe has been skinned in front of children and fed to lions. The healthy two-year-old giraffe was put down on Sunday at Copenhagen Zoo to prevent in-breeding causing an international furore. Online petitions and even an offer from a wildlife park in Yorkshire to give it a home...
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    Environment Axolotl feared extinct in the wild

    Everyone loves the axolotl, the neotenic salamander with external gills that look like crazy hair and a sneaky little smile. For nearly a decade conservationists have been warning that these animals could be on the verge of vanishing. The Mexican Academy of Sciences has stated that after a...
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    Health Devastating Plague Strains Arose Twice, Could Return

    Many centuries before the Black Death wiped out a third to half of Europe, an equally virulent pandemic called the Plague of Justinian killed upwards of 100 million people in just two short years between 541 and 543 A.D. Scientists have long debated the connection between what have been called...
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    General Ancient tablet reveals new details about Noah's Ark prototype

    It was a vast boat that saved two of each animal and a handful of humans from a catastrophic flood. But forget all those images of a long vessel with a pointy bow -- the original Noah's Ark, new research suggests, was round. A recently deciphered 4,000-year-old clay tablet from ancient...
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    Report A New Study Suggests That People Who Don't Drink Alcohol Are More Likely To Die Young

    A newly released study shows that regular drinkers are less likely to die prematurely than people who have never indulged in alcohol. You read that right: Time reports that abstaining from alcohol altogether can lead to a shorter life than consistent, moderate drinking. Surprised? The tightly...
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    Sci/Tech Sugar battery offers hope of green-powered gadgets within three years

    Scientists in the US have developed a sugar-powered "biobattery" that they say stores 10 times more energy than the equivalent-size lithium-ion batteries found in smartphones. According to the team at Virginia Tech university, the results of their work could be in use within three years – and...
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    World China-Japan Conflict Could Lead to War

    I went to one of those fancy private dinners last night in Davos. Like most of the events here, the dinner was conducted under what are known as "Chatham House Rules," which means that I can't tell you who was there. I can tell you what was said, though. And one thing that was said rattled a...
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    Sci/Tech All European newborn Babies will be Microchipped from May 2014

    On May 2014, through Europe newborn children will be compelled to take in a subcutaneous RFID chip. Public clinics in the European Union are to be alerted. The chip in inquiry will be contributed with the report sheet on the newborn. This chip will also be an impressive GPS sensor that will...
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    World Entire shoal of fish freeze mid-swim off the coast of Norway

    An entire shoal of fish has been frozen mid-swim off the coast of Norway. Thanks to a sharp eastern wind, part of the ocean froze near Lovund, a small island just a few miles from the northern shores of the Norway mainland. It was only -7.8 degrees, but the wind made wind chill cold enough...
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    World Married couple finds out they are brother and sister

    This real-life story comes from China and reads like a heart-wrenching Asian drama. A young married couple recently found out that they are actually brother and sister due to a terrible secret, just when they were planning to have a baby. Wei and Qing (names were changed for the report) grew...
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