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Top hacker Barnaby Jack dies in San Francisco

BOSTON: Well-known hacker Barnaby Jack has died in San Francisco, a week before he was due to show off techniques for attacking implanted heart devices that he said could kill a man from 30 feet away.



Couple born same day, wedded 75 yrs, die day apart

LONG BEACH, California: A Southern California husband and wife who were born on the same day and celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary last year have died just a day apart.



Saudi students win medals at chemistry olympiad

Two Saudi students won bronze medals at the 45th International Chemistry Olympiad (IChO) that concluded in Moscow on Wednesday.



World’s longest iftar table attracts huge crowd to Sharjah

The world’s longest iftar table measuring 1.003km in length comprising 410 tables with 1,600 legs and 2.44 meters each in length, seating 2,000 people in facing rows on Al-Buhaira Corniche walkway in



British media hails George’s ‘kingly authority’

LONDON: Britain’s press on Thursday gave their seal of approval to Prince William and his wife Kate’s decision to name their newborn baby boy George Alexander Louis, saying it had “kingly authority.”<



Congolese cartoonist writes humor out of nation’s tragedies

The headlines out of the Democratic Republic of Congo, which tend to evoke images of violence and government corruption, are usually no laughing matter.



Serb-Muslim couple beat the odds in Bosnia

Dusica, a Serb, and her husband Almir, a Muslim, have beat the odds. Braving ethnic and religious divisions they have built a life together in this ill-fated east Bosnian town.



US cheese lovers desperate to save mite-ridden mimolette

In the Washington suburb of Arlington, cheese shop owner Jill Erber is leading an almost desperate crusade to convince US authorities not to ban one of her products over a tiny thing like mites.



Australian firm to build world’s biggest robotic dinosaurs park

SYDNEY: Eccentric Australian mining magnate Clive Palmer was Thursday given the green light to build “the world’s biggest” park of giant robotic dinosaurs, despite hundreds of obj



DOGTV to be launched next month

NEW YORK: Lonely, bored dogs left at home all day while their owners are at work could soon be getting some digital company — a TV channel with programming just for pooches.

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