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Prince William plays polo as baby watch heats up

LONDON: His wife may be due to have her baby soon, but Prince William isn’t one to sit tight and wait for the news — instead, he’s off playing polo.

NASA finds new moon on Neptune

WASHINGTON: A tiny new moon has been spotted circling Neptune — the 14th known to be orbiting the faraway planet, the US space agency said on Monday.

Everyone is ready, but Britain’s royal baby bides its time

LONDON: The hospital is ready, the Wikipedia page and Twitter accounts are up and Britain’s famously creative press are running out of ideas. But there was still no sign Sunday of the royal baby.

Bug bombs cause partial collapse of New York city building

NEW YORK: New York fire officials say a resident in a Chinatown building set off two rounds of bug bombs to battle an infestation, causing an explosion that injured 12 people.

JK Rowling revealed as writer of crime novel

LONDON: An ex-military man tries his hand at writing, publishes a debut detective novel, and wins critical acclaim.

Swat girls throng to school as Malala addresses UN

When the Pakistani Taleban shot Malala Yousafzai in the head, their message to the world was simple: Girls have no right to an education and their dreams of a better future should be crushed.

Ivory Coast faces dilemma to save forests

SASSANDRA, Ivory Coast: It was a brutal end to a long-term problem.

India’s telegram service goes dark after 163 years

For 163 years, lives across the vast Indian nation have been upended by the knock of the khaki-clad postal worker armed with a telegram.

India’s legendary actor Pran dies at 93

NEW DELHI: Bollywood's legendary actor Pran, who played both heroes and villains in several Hindi film classics over six decades, died of pneumonia at Mumbai's Lilavati Hospital yesterday,

Fierce debate over 5,000-year-old Chinese inscriptions

BEIJING: Fierce debate has erupted among experts in China over the discovery of 5,000-year-old inscriptions that some believe represent the earliest record of Chinese characters.

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