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TOKYO: The world's oldest person, a Japanese woman, died, a few weeks after celebrating her 117th birthday.Misao Okawa died of heart failure and stopped breathing as relatives and nursing home...
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Allies come to Woody Allen’s defense on abuse claims

LOS ANGELES: The long-time lawyer of Woody Allen and veteran journalist Barbara Walters came out in support of the Oscar-winning filmmaker on Tuesday following renewed allegations of sexual abuse from



Bieber hits a new low, brags about Gomez encounter

LONDON: Just as one thought the bad boy of music world cannot get any worse, Justin Bieber hit a new low as he made uncouth remarks about his former love Selena Gomez.



Four arrests in probe of Hoffman death

WASHINGTON: US police investigating the apparent drug overdose death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman arrested four people Tuesday night with more than 350 bags of heroin, the New York Times reported.<



In search of cancer cure, with a smartphone game

LONDON: Gaming enthusiasts across the world can from Tuesday join the search for cancer cures with a citizen science project using a smartphone game to help researchers analyze vast volumes of genetic



Rise of the plus size

Hanane Fathallah, a plus size fashion blogger residing in Jeddah is raising awareness about the plus size fashion movement.



The lemon detox diet: A quick weight loss plan

The lemon detox has been around for more than half a century but renewed interest has been generated in the diet program after the internationally celebrated American singer, song writer and actress B




Her music sends out a message of universalism...

As an artist one can do many good things to make this world a better place. Artists have the magic key to illuminate the positive aspects of an otherwise drab and dreary existence.



Book Review: Maximum willpower

We all realize the importance of willpower, the ability to control our emotions and desires. And yet, most of us blame the very lack of willpower for our shortcomings and failures.



Pacific castaway says dreams of family, food sustained him

A castaway who says he survived 13 months adrift in the Pacific said Tuesday he thought about suicide but was sustained by dreams of eating his favorite food — tortillas — and reuniting with his famil

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