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    China new glass bridges

    For some in China the sky does not need to be the limit, especially when you can build a glass-bottomed suspension bridge across it. Tourism sites in the central Henan and Hunan provinces have been constructing vertigo-inducing skywalks in a bid to attract visitors. And it seems to have worked, attracting thrill-seeking tourists and locals,

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    Justin Bieber Was Chelsea Handler Worst Interview Ever

    Chelsea Handler stopped by the Variety Studio at Sundance on Saturday and took a moment to recount one of her more painful interview experiences. When asked to name her worst-ever interview subject, Handler crowned pop star Justin Bieber with the title. “Justin Bieber maybe, because he was trying to flirt with me and it was so

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    Toyota focus on hybrid vehicle at Delhi Auto Expo

    With the odd-even scheme in the Capital spiking demand for its Camry hybrid sedan amid rising concerns over pollution, Toyota Kirloskar Motor is looking to showcase its prowess in automobiles with alternate fuel technologies at the upcoming Delhi Auto Expo. The company which will launch two new vehicles, including the all-new version of MPV Innova,

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    Israeli guard killed Palestinian girl

    JERUSALEM — A 13-year-old Palestinian girl was fatally shot by an Israeli security guard at the entrance to a West Bank settlement on Saturday after she ran at him with a knife, according to the Israeli police. The girl was identified by the official Palestinian news agency Wafa as Ruqayya Eid Abu Eid, a resident

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    Courts Open 2nd Mega-store In Indonesia

    Jakarta. Courts Retail Indonesia, the local arm of Singapore-listed Courts Asia, opened the doors of its second big-box outlet, Courts Megastore, in Indonesia as part of a continued strategy to tap in to the country’s expanding middle-class population. The second Courts Megastore outlet is located within BSD City, a township operated by listed property developer

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    PlayStation 5 and Xbox Two Coming Soon ?

    Before Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One arrived in November 2013, the previous generation of gaming consoles enjoyed a long run of 8 years. But the current generation of consoles is unlikely to have a lengthy run as gamers are already looking forward to the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Two. MoviePilot reports that many

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  • A worker walks at Nahr Bin Umar oil field, north of Basra, Iraq December 21, 2015. Image source: cnbc.com
    OPEC emergency meeting may hurt market

    Iran’s oil minister said on Friday any emergency meeting of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries would hurt the crude oil market if it made no decision to shore up falling prices. Venezuela has been calling for an emergency meeting to discuss steps to prop up prices, which are at their lowest since 2003. But

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    RM900 million mixed development in Manjung, Perak

    KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 22): Global Oriental Bhd has teamed up with Menteri Besar Incorporated (Perak) (MB Inc) to develop a mixed development in Manjung, Perak, which will have a gross development value (GDV) of RM900 million. In a filing with Bursa Malaysia today, Global Oriental said its wholly owned subsidiary Johan Awana Sdn Bhd (JASB)and

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  • Android users can now use Tor to connect to Facebook. It avoids network censors -- which means mobile users in Iran and China can now use Facebook on smartphones.
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    Facebook able bypass China’s censors

    A tweak that Facebook made to its Android app will allow mobile customers in restricted places like China and Iran to connect to the social network. It’s a big step forward for human rights activists — and it could greatly expand Facebook’s reach into countries where its services are banned. China and Iran have a

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    9 people bitten by snakes in Queensland, Australia

    Nine people have been treated by paramedics or hospitalised after being bitten by snakes across Queensland in a 36-hour period. Among those was a woman in her 30s who was fighting for her life after being bitten on the ankle while walking along a track at Agnes Waters, near Gladstone, about 3:00pm this afternoon. A

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