St Petersburg supermarket bombing suspect arrested

St Petersburg supermarket bombing suspect arrested

Image copyright ReutersImage caption The bomb was reportedly hidden in a rucksack in a bag storage locker Russian authorities have arrested a suspect they believe carried out Wednesday’s bombing of a supermarket in St Petersburg that was claimed by so-called...
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Patidar leader threatens state-wide bandh if Nitin Patel not made Gujarat CM

Patidar leader threatens state-wide bandh if Nitin Patel not made Gujarat CM

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 30, 2017 9:34 pm Sadar Patel Group (SPG) leader Lalji Patel met deputy CM Nitin Patel in his bungalow in Ahmedabad and later addressed the media. (Source: Express Photo Javed...
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Origami-Style Cardboard Tents for Homeless in Brussels

Origami-Style Cardboard Tents for Homeless in Brussels

Photo One of the cardboard tents, known as the ORIG-AMI project, outside a Brussels train station on Friday. Material tents are banned on the city streets. Credit Nicolas Maeterlinck/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images With material tents forbidden on the st...
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Buttler, spinners lead Thunder’s rout of Hurricanes

Buttler, spinners lead Thunder’s rout of Hurricanes

  shares Sydney Thunder 5 for 166 (Buttler 67, Watson 41, Rose 2-20) beat Hobart Hurricanes 109 (Doolan 34, Archer 25*, Fawad Ahmed 2-14) by 57 runsScorecard and ball-by-ball details Arjun Nair took 2 for 17 from four overs ©...
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Eat blueberries while treating cervical cancer: Study

Eat blueberries while treating cervical cancer: Study

By: IANS | New York | Published: December 30, 2017 6:28 pm The researchers found that radiation decreased cancer cells by approximately 20 per cent. (Source: File photo) “Radiation therapy uses high-energy X-rays and other particles such as gamma rays...
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10 of Our Best Weekend Reads + One Great Video

10 of Our Best Weekend Reads + One Great Video

_____ Photo We asked 615 men about how they conduct themselves at work The victims of sexual harassment who have recently come forward are far from alone: Nearly half of women say they have experienced some form of it at...
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Nepal bans solo climbers from Mount Everest under new rules

Nepal bans solo climbers from Mount Everest under new rules

Image copyright AFPImage caption A view from the summit of Everest, where more than 200 people have died since 1920 Nepal has banned solo climbers from scaling its mountains, including Mount Everest, in a bid to reduce accidents. The new...
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Our best in-depth features from 2017

Our best in-depth features from 2017

This year has been one for the long-reads here on Digital Arts. We’ve been lucky enough to meet some truly inspiring people making significant changes in the creative industries – whether that be improving diversity, designing for social change or...
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Russian tankers supplied fuel to North Korea: reports

Russian tankers supplied fuel to North Korea: reports

Russian tankers have supplied fuel to North Korea on at least three occasions in recent months by transferring cargoes at sea, according to two senior Western European security sources, providing an economic lifeline to the secretive Communist state. Relate...
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Masterchef finalist battles thyroid cancer at 33

Masterchef finalist battles thyroid cancer at 33

Last year’s Masterchef finalist Billy Wright has revealed his shock at battling with thyroid cancer at age 33 – after he ignored a lump on his neck for a year. The Londoner dismissed the growth as a swollen lymph node...
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Mitochondrial disease: Death of boy ‘has to be for something’

Mitochondrial disease: Death of boy ‘has to be for something’

The parents of a three-year-old boy who died from a rare, genetic illness have said they are determined to “learn” from his death. Harry Russell suffered from mitochondrial disease which left him with physical and mental disabilities. Mark, Julie a...
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