Human head transplants close to becoming reality: Italian scientist  
In what sounds like a science-fiction novel come to life, one scientist says he is close to being able to affix one person's head to another human body.
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Uttarakhand toll may be in thousands, over 70,000 still missing
The death toll in Uttarakhand, officially placed at 150, could be frighteningly higher. What's raising the fears is the fact that over 70,000 are still missing.
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Protests spread throughout Brazil
Tens of thousands of people marched through Brazil's largest city, Sao Paulo, on Monday as protests spread over rising public transport prices and the cost of staging the 2014 World Cup.
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Hassan Rouhani is Iran's next president
Iranian centrist candidate Hassan Rouhani has won the Islamic republic's presidential election, Interior Minister Mostafa Mohammad-Najjar announced Saturday.
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What is Happenning in Istanbul?
To my friends who live outside of Turkey: I am writing to let you know what is going on in Istanbul for the last five days. I personally have to write this because at the time of my writing most of the media sources are shut down by...
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Her Invention Could Change How You Use Your Cell Phone (VIDEO)
Eesha Khare, an 18-year-old student at Lynbrook High School in California, made a technological discovery that has the potential to change the future of how you use your cell phone.
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Dozens dead in Oklahoma tornado
At least 51 people have been killed after a huge tornado tore though the Oklahoma City suburbs, with the death toll likely to rise, the Oklahoma chief medical examiner's office has said.
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Soyuz Space Capsule Lands Safely with Crew of 3
Three astronauts who spent nearly five months on board the International Space Station have made it safely back to Earth.
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Saudi Arabia to allow girls to play sport at private schools
Students must adhere to 'decent' dress code and sharia law, but move is seen as thaw in kingdom's restrictions on women
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The hacked tweet that sank Wall Street - Business - CBC News
It took less than 140 characters to wipe out almost $140 billion from the stock market this week, as a fake report from The Associated Press of a bombing of the White House had investors running for the exits.
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