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Sweden’s indigenous Sami in fight against miners

On a dirt road passing through sparkling lakes and spruce woods in the wilds of northern Sweden, a woman belonging to Europe’s only indigenous people — the Sami — chants a traditi



Indian Ocean island beset by shark controversy

The dangers of shark attacks are no secret for Georges, who as a kid was repeatedly warned to beware of the large predators lurking in the tropical waters off his native Reunion island.



Justin Bieber stopped for traffic offense, again

LOS ANGELES: Justin Bieber was stopped for running a stop sign and driving without a license Wednesday, in the Canadian teen sensation’s latest run-in with traffic police, a spokesman said.



Telluride fest to offer peek at early Oscar favorites

LOS ANGELES: The Telluride Film Festival, one of the United States’ top movie events and early Oscar showcase, will feature films from directors Jason Reitman, Joel and Ethan Coen, and Alexander Payne



Earthlings are really Martians: New theory

PARIS: Life on Earth was kick-started thanks to a key mineral deposited by a meteorite from Mars, according to a novel theory aired on Thursday.



Young girl dies in car crash with 8-year-old driver

PHOENIX, Arizona: A six-year-old American girl received fatal injuries when her eight-year-old brother crashed the family car into a metal pole during a late-night drive in their pajamas, Phoenix p



In latest scandal, Mexican judges fight in court

MEXICO CITY: A Mexican judge faces possible removal from his state appeals court for springing from his chair to push and punch two fellow justices during a hearing.



Obama says he teared up over butler movie

WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama teared up watching “Lee Daniels’ The Butler,” a celluloid depiction of the US civil rights battle as seen by an African-American who served in t



Scientists discover key to normal memory lapses in seniors

NEW YORK: Scientists have good news for all the older adults who occasionally forget why they walked into a room — and panic that they are getting Alzheimer’s disease.



Scientists find clue to age-related memory loss

WASHINGTON: Scientists have found a clue to the cause of age-related memory problems.

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