Rare White Tiger Kills Zookeeper in Japan

Rare White Tiger Kills Zookeeper in Japan

HONG KONG — A zookeeper in Japan died after being mauled by a rare white tiger, his supervisor said on Tuesday. The zookeeper, Akira Furusho, was found bleeding from the neck in a cage at the Hirakawa Zoological Park in...
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Ukraine ammo dump blasts blamed on ‘possible sabotage’

Ukraine ammo dump blasts blamed on ‘possible sabotage’

Image copyright ReutersImage caption Ukraine’s defence ministry says this is likely an instance of “sabotage” Explosions and fire have hit an ammunition depot in Ukraine in a possible act of sabotage, officials say, leading to the evacuation ...
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North Korea’s Kim Jong-un invites Pope Francis to Pyongyang

North Korea’s Kim Jong-un invites Pope Francis to Pyongyang

Image copyright Getty ImagesImage caption Pope Francis is not the first pope to be invited to North Korea North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has invited Pope Francis to visit the country, South Korea’s presidential office has announced. The invitation to...
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Couple arrested for ‘raping, killing 20 women’ in Mexico

Couple arrested for ‘raping, killing 20 women’ in Mexico

A couple, detained in Mexico while transporting human body parts in a baby carriage, has admitted to killing 20 people, twice the number originally suspected. Under interrogation, the man, identified as Juan Carlos “N”, confessed on Monday to rapin...
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Second Russian suspect in Skripal poison attack ‘identified’

Second Russian suspect in Skripal poison attack ‘identified’

News Top stories France Africa Middle East Americas Europe Asia/Pacific Business/Tech Sports Culture Oped On TV France 24 live Accessibility Shows Documentaries In The Press Podcasts Beyond the news The Observers Webdocumentaries In depth Mashable FR Online se...
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US keen to invest in India#39;s infra, port, solar sector development: OPIC

US keen to invest in India#39;s infra, port, solar sector development: OPIC

The US government’s development finance institution OPIC is keen to invest in the development of India’s infrastructure, port and solar energy sectors, a top US official said on Tuesday. Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) Executive Vice...
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Aviva chief executive Mark Wilson in surprise departure

Aviva chief executive Mark Wilson in surprise departure

Image copyright Handout Aviva has announced the surprise departure of chief executive Mark Wilson, saying it was “time for new leadership to take the group to the next phase of its development”. Mr Wilson was appointed in January 2013 and...
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Second suspect in Skripal poisoning identified: Research group

Second suspect in Skripal poisoning identified: Research group

Researchers from investigative collective Bellingcat claim they have identified the second suspect involved in the Skripal poisoning case. Bellingcat, who worked with Russian news organisation The Insider, identified the man as Alexander Mishkin, a doctor work...
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Photos: Priyanka, Sonali catch up with Neetu, Rishi Kapoor in NYC

Photos: Priyanka, Sonali catch up with Neetu, Rishi Kapoor in NYC

Priyanka Chopra shared a picture, in which a blonde-haired Rishi Kapoor can be seen sitting on a couch, and PC and Neetu Kapoor sitting behind him. Priyanka Chopra, Sonali Bendre and family met Rishi Kapoor and wife Neetu Kapoor in...
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‘Turnbull and Fry effect’ on prostate cancer

‘Turnbull and Fry effect’ on prostate cancer

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionStephen Fry: “It’s a bit of a business having an operation like that” Hospitals are seeing and treating more men with prostate cancer, partly thanks to celebrities raising awareness of the...
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