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Smartphones running Google's Android software have been hijacked by an illegal botnet

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...8211; a spammer has control of a botnet that lives on Android devices. “These devices login to the user’s Yahoo Mail account and send spam.” He said analysis of the IP addresses used to send the email revealed the spam had originated from Android devices being used in Chile, Indonesia, Lebanon, Oman, Philippines, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Ukraine, and Venezuela. As is typic...

Andy Rooney, CBS News "60 Minutes" star died Friday night at 92, only a month after delivering his 1,097th and final televised commentary

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...oes to Washington”, whose light-hearted but serious look at government won him a Peabody Award for excellence in broadcasting. His words sometimes landed Andy Rooney in hot water. CBS suspended him for three months in 1990 for making racist remarks in an interview, which he denied. Gay rights groups were mad, during the AIDS epidemic, when Andy Rooney mentioned homosexual unions in saying &#...

US medal-winning athletes at the Olympics will have to pay tax on their prize money

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...ding on any prize money. That means that only athletes from countries with a worldwide tax system on individual income are liable for tax on their medals. And there are only a handful of them in the world, says Daniel Mitchell, an expert on tax reform at the Cato Institute, a libertarian think tank – citing the Philippines and Eritrea as other examples. But with tax codes so notoriously comp...

Joe Frazier, the former heavyweight box champion, died Monday night at 67 after a brief final fight with liver cancer

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...for many years was bitter about the role Ali forced him to play as his foil. “You can’t mention Ali without mentioning Joe Frazier,” said former AP boxing writer Ed Schuyler Jr. “He beat Ali, don’t forget that.” They fought three times, twice in the heart of New York City and once in the morning in a steamy arena in the Philippines. They went 41 rounds together...

President Barack Obama has visited the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) separating South Korea from North Korea, amid rising tensions over the North's planned rocket launch

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President Barack Obama has visited the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) separating South Korea from North Korea, amid rising tensions over the North’s planned rocket launch. Barack Obama went to an observation post on the volatile border, and met US troops. The president will hold talks in Seoul later. The US has voiced concern that the North Korea’s rocket launch due in April is a pretext for a mi...

Kim Jong-Un had been named chairman of the party's Central Military Commission and a standing member of the Politburo

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...f the party’s Central Military Commission and a standing member of the Politburo, according to the state media. The announcement came after North Korea held a rare party conference widely expected to see more power formally transferred to Kim Jong-Un. The country is due to launch a rocket, set to go between Thursday and Monday. North Korea says the rocket will put a satellite into orbit but...

The North Korean rocket launch has failed on Friday morning

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The North Korean rocket launch has failed on Friday morning, Pyongyang officials have confirmed. The rocket – seen by many as a banned test of long-range missile technology – was launched from north-west North Korea early on Friday. The US, Japan and South Korea say it flew only for a short time before breaking up and crashing into waters off the Korean peninsula. North Korea said its...

Japan announces that will shoot down a North Korean rocket if necessary, as new satellite images appeared to show preparations for the April launch

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...it will launch a satellite on a rocket between 12 and 16 April. Satellite images taken on Wednesday indicate that work at the launch site is under way, says a US university. Naoki Tanaka had issued an earlier order on Tuesday to the country’s defense forces to prepare ”destruction measures against ballistic missiles”. On Friday, he told reporters in Tokyo that he had received ca...

John Kerry has warned that any prolonged shutdown of the government could affect the US internationally

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...four-nation Asian trip on Saturday, heading to Bali and Brunei before travelling on to Malaysia and the Philippines. The president used the APEC summit two years ago to announce a rebalancing of American naval power towards the Pacific. The White House said Barack Obama’s decision to cancel his Asia trip was made due to the “difficulty in moving forward with foreign travel in the face...

Scaredy Cats and Dogs 2013

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Animal lovers in Manila, Philippines, got their pets into the spirit of Halloween by dressing them up in spooky costumes. The crowd of mostly dogs and cats donned colorful outfits ranging from vampires and headless horsemen to corpse brides. Some owners even came with their own matching set of outfits and did some basic stunts with their pets. On October 26, 2013, animal lovers are expected to be...

President Barack Obama has warned that Wall Street should be concerned that a conservative faction of Republicans is willing to allow the country to default on its debt

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...that Wall Street should be concerned that a conservative faction of Republicans is willing to allow the country to default on its debt On both issues, the Republicans who control the House of Representatives have demanded concessions from Barack Obama and his fellow Democrats in return for funding the government’s continued operation and for raising the debt ceiling. Chiefly, the Republican...

James Clapper told a Senate panel that an estimated 70 percent of intelligence workers had been placed on unpaid leave due to shutdown

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...; he said, referring to the Washington DC area. “This affects our global capability to support the military, to support diplomacy, and to support our policymakers.” James Clapper told a Senate panel that an estimated 70 percent of intelligence workers had been placed on unpaid leave due to shutdown James Clapper also warned that foregoing paying employees during the shutdown could cau...

President Barack Obama would not now visit Malaysia and the Philippines because of the government shutdown

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The White House has announced President Barack Obama would not now visit Malaysia and the Philippines because of the government shutdown but would still travel to Indonesia and Brunei on his four-nation Asian tour. Malaysia had already announced Barack Obama would be replaced by Secretary of State John Kerry for the visit next week. The US government has partially shut down after the two houses o...

At least five people died and 38 others were injured after a vehicle crashed in Tiananmen Square in Beijing

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...nt into the crowd in front of the Tiananmen rostrum at midday. Images posted online showed a vehicle in flames, amid barricades. There has been no explanation for the crash. Other pictures on social media showed a column of smoke rising from the scene of the crash. Three people inside the vehicle died, Beijing police said on its official microblog account, adding that one female tourist from the P...

About 650 hostages have been freed from militants at the In Amenas gas facility in Algeria, but about 60 foreigners are still being held

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...Britons and two Filipinos were killed. Two others, a Briton and an Algerian, died on Wednesday when the militants ambushed a bus that was taking foreign workers at the facility to the local airport. A spokesman for the militants told the ANI agency that 35 hostages and 15 militants had been killed in Thursday’s operation. One Algerian official said the figures were “exaggerated”...

In Quang Ngai province, flood waters reportedly rose above a previous peak recorded in 1999

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...er in the week, at least 13 people died and 81 were injured when Tropical Storm Haiyan made landfall in north Vietnam after wreaking havoc in the Philippines. There has been disruption to the coffee harvest and bean drying in Vietnam’s central highland provinces, Reuters news agency reports. Vietnam is the world’s top robusta coffee producer, accounting for around 17% of the world̵...

The process of electing a successor to Benedict XVI is under way

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...217;s cross-fire Studied at Rome’s Pontifical Gregorian and Lateran Universities Made cardinal in 2012 Focuses on welfare of the poor Timothy Dolan Archbishop of New York Born 1950 in St Louis, Missouri, US PhD in Church history and was rector of Rome’s North American College One of Time’s 100 most influential people for 2012 Marc Ouellet Archbishop of Quebec, head of Congreg...

About 20 UN observers have been detained by about 30 armed fighters in the Golan Heights on the Syria-Israel border

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The UN has confirmed that about 20 observers have been detained by about 30 armed fighters in the Golan Heights on the Syria-Israel border. A video posted earlier on the internet showed men claiming to be Syrian rebels standing next to vehicles with the letters “UN” written on them. The UN said the observers were monitoring a ceasefire between Syria and Israel. A team is being dispatc...

Heineken has agreed to buy Fraser and Neave's controlling stake in the maker of Tiger beer in a deal worth 5.6 billion Singapore dollars

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...lternative offer or proposal” for its interests in APB. This clause refers to a rival bid from the family of Thai billionaire Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi who had made a 55 Singapore dollar per share offer for a smaller stake in APB. Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi controls Thai Beverage (ThaiBev) South East Asia’s second biggest brewer behind San Miguel of the Philippines. ThaiBev is also Fras...

Rihanna has been enjoying a stay in Thailand as a break from her Diamonds World Tour

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...ongside a scantily-clad woman and a leotard-wearing man – both of whom appear to be yelling at the singer. “She was either tryna get married to me, or asking for the rest of my crop over costume! #Thailand #$treetLife,” Rihanna explained of the scene. Rihanna flew into Thailand from Manila on Thursday, following her first gig in the Philippines for five years. Her tour has so far played in m...

Pope Benedict XVI will not interfere in choosing his successor after his shock decision to resign at the end of the month

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...17-strong conclave held in the Sistine Chapel at the Vatican. Analysts say Europeans are still among the favorites, including the current Archbishop of Milan, Angelo Scola, and Christoph Schoenbron – a former Austrian student of Benedict. But strong candidates could emerge from Africa and Latin America, which both have very large Catholic populations. Among the names being mentioned are Ghan...

Pope Benedict XVI is about to create six cardinals from non-European countries, at a Vatican ceremony in St Peter's Basilica

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...ope Benedict XVI is about to create six cardinals from non-European countries, at a Vatican ceremony in St Peter’s Basilica. The cardinals, the closest aides of the Pope, come from the Philippines, India, Lebanon, Nigeria, Colombia and the US. Analysts say it is unusual for the Pope to select only non-Europeans. The Pope has said his choices aim to show “the Church is a Church of all p...

North Korea has announced an apparently successful launch of a long-range rocket defying international warnings

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...on December 12 was successful,” state news agency KCNA said. “The satellite has entered the orbit as planned.” The rocket had been scheduled to pass between the Korean peninsula and China, with a second stage coming down off the Philippines. “The missile was tracked on a southerly azimuth [angle]. Initial indications are that the first stage fell into the Yellow Sea,̶...

Child Protection Services officers visited the home of Kris and Bruce Jenner on Friday after allegations their teen daughters Kendall and Kylie were being abused

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...Kris Jenner suspected the allegations were made by a tabloid journalist and had now hired a private investigator to determine the source. Child Protection Services officers visited the home of Kris and Bruce Jenner on Friday after allegations their teen daughters Kendall and Kylie were being abused Kylie Jenner, 15, was in the Philippines at the time where she walked a fashion show. She tweeted...

Kateri Tekakwitha, who is sometimes known today as Lily Of The Mohawks, died at the age of 24

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...ts. In recent a years a miraculous intervention has been ascribed to Kateri Tekakwitha, who was born in what is now New York State and died in what is now Canada. The Vatican believes she saved the life of a Native American child who was being ravaged by a flesh-eating bacterium. This, the Church decided, was the final miracle required to qualify her for sainthood. It is also felt that her elevati...