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Miss Philippines, Megan Young, has been crowned Miss World 2013 on the Indonesian island of Bali

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Miss Philippines, Megan Young, has been crowned Miss World 2013 on the Indonesian island of Bali. Megan Young, 23, beat 126 other contestants and pledged to be “the best Miss World ever”. The competition was moved to Bali from the capital, Jakarta, because of protests from hardline Muslim groups. Security for Saturday’s event was high in Bali, a resort island with a majority Hin...

The World Bank has lowered its growth forecast for China citing weak demand for its exports and lower investment growth

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The World Bank has lowered its growth forecast for China citing weak demand for its exports and lower investment growth. The bank said it expects China’s economy to grow by 7.7% this year, down from its projection of 8.2% in May. China’s exports have been hurt by economic problems in the eurozone and the US, two of its biggest markets. Meanwhile, policymakers have found it tough to bo...

Blue Moon is a rare statistical quirk which occurs when a full moon occurs twice in a calendar month

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“Once in a blue moon” is not just a phrase we use for those occasional treats or chores, but it is also a rare statistical quirk which occurs when a full moon occurs twice in a calendar month. Sadly, the moon is not going to turn blue, and indeed the reason why we call it a “blue moon” is lost to history, although the Farmers’ Almanac would always note an occurrence during the 18th century....

Phillipe Croizon, who lost all his limbs in an electrocution accident, has completed a swim to link five continents

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French Phillipe Croizon, who lost all his limbs in an electrocution accident, has completed a swim to link five continents. Using tailor-made flippers, Philippe Croizon, 44, finished his quest by crossing between the US island of Little Diomede and Great Diomede in Russia, joining Asia and the Americas. He has swum three other straits since May. Reaching shore, Phillipe Croizon said the icy water...

Lady Gaga dressed extremely conservatively in a monochrome ensemble as she stepped out in Bucharest, Romania

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Lady Gaga dressed extremely conservatively in a monochrome ensemble as she stepped out in Bucharest, Romania, yesterday. Lady Gaga, 26, looked relatively smart compared to her usual standards as she left her hotel to attend her concert. She hid her face behind a pair of large black sunglasses and covered her head with a matching big fedora. Her black dress was highlighted by three white ruffled f...

Supervolcanoes were thought to exist for as much as 200,000 years before releasing their vast underground pools of molten rock

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Supervolcanoes were thought to exist for as much as 200,000 years before releasing their vast underground pools of molten rock Supervolcanoes, the largest volcanoes on Earth, may take as little as a few hundred years to form and erupt. Supervolcanoes were thought to exist for as much as 200,000 years before releasing their vast underground pools of molten rock. Researchers reporting in Plos One...

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and other four men are accused of planning and executing the terror attacks of 11 September 2001, which left a total of 2,976 people dead

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9/11 “mastermind” Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four other men accused of plotting the 2001 attacks are appearing before a US military tribunal at Guantanamo Bay to be formally charged. An earlier attempt to try the four in a civilian US court was halted in 2009. New rules for Guantanamo trials have been since introduced, including a ban on evidence obtained under torture. However, defen...

President Barack Obama stripped off for some beach football to round off his Christmas holidays in Hawaii

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President Barack Obama stripped off for some beach football to round off his Christmas holidays in Hawaii. While his Republican rivals were deep in preparation for the Iowa caucuses, the pictures show President Barack Obama had his mind on diving headlong for catches and tossing touchdowns to his friends from the Secret Service. Barack Obama, 50, looked surprisingly lean on New Year’s Day a...

Many couples across Asia are making extra efforts to give birth to so-called "dragon babies" in 2012

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Catherine Mok, a thoroughly modern working mother, decided to give birth during 2012, the Year of the Dragon, which is considered to be one of the most expensive years for having a baby. Like many ethnic Chinese around the world, Catherine Mok believes the mythical dragon is the most auspicious sign in the traditional 12-year zodiac cycle. “The dragon is special,” said the Hong Kong n...

Recordings of the conversations between Air Force One and the White House communications office immediately after President John F. Kennedy assassination were made public this week

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Recordings of the conversations between Air Force One and the White House communications office immediately after President John F. Kennedy assassination were made public this week. One of the calls was between a White House radio operator who had to inform the Secretary of State that the President had been killed and that there was a new leader of the United States. Another one was recorded betw...

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...but survived. In October 2011 a 29-year-old woman confirmed to have contracted the virus died on the Indonesian island of Bali. The World Health Organization says bird flu has killed 332 people since 2003. The virus has been eliminated from most of the 63 countries infected at its 2006 peak, which saw 4,000 outbreaks across the globe, but remains endemic in Bangladesh, China, Egypt, India, Indones...

In the footage posted on YouTube after police evicted protesters from their encampment, Nkrumah Tinsley was recorded telling the crowd: "On the 17th, we’re going to burn New York City to the ground!"

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New York City is facing now major disruption as tens of thousands of Occupy Wall Street demonstrators are expected to flood into Manhattan as the movement celebrates its two-month anniversary. Occupy Wall Street activists began amassing in lower Manhattan shortly after 7:00 a.m. on Thursday to begin a “day of action” in which they are expected to try to paralyze New York City’s...

The Great East Japan Earthquake and resulting tsunami that tore through the country's north-eastern coastal communities killed almost 16,000 people and destroyed the lives of thousands more

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One year after north-eastern Japan was shaken by a 9.0 magnitude earthquake and inundated by tsunami waters, the National Police Agency figures show the scale of the disaster and how much progress the country has made towards recovery. The Great East Japan Earthquake and resulting tsunami that tore through the country’s north-eastern coastal communities killed almost 16,000 people and destr...

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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Japan announces that will shoot down a North Korean rocket if necessary, as new satellite images appeared to show preparations for the April launch. Japanese Defense Minister Naoki Tanaka issued the order to intercept the rocket if it threatened Japan’s territory. Pyongyang says it will launch a satellite on a rocket between 12 and 16 April. Satellite images taken on Wednesday indicate that...

Kraft Foods has claimed its controversial Oreo breastfeeding baby advert was “never meant to go public”

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Kraft Foods has claimed its controversial Oreo breastfeeding baby advert was “never meant to go public”. Kraft Foods said the provocative picture of a child clenching a chocolate cookie while suckling on a woman’s breast was only supposed to be used once. The nipple-exposing promo was made by its Cheil Worldwide agency, it added, which was merely going to use it for an advertising forum. It...

Labor demonstrations marking May Day are taking place across the world, with the main focus on Europe

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Labor demonstrations marking May Day are taking place across the world, with the main focus on Europe and its backdrop of unpopular austerity measures and rising social unrest. Greece, Spain and Portugal are set to hold large nationwide demonstrations. At a Paris rally, National Front leader Marine Le Pen is expected to tell her supporters who they should vote for in Sunday’s presidential r...

India has successfully launched Agni-V, a long-range intercontinental ballistic missile able to carry a nuclear warhead

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India has successfully launched Agni-V, a long-range intercontinental ballistic missile able to carry a nuclear warhead, officials say. The locally-developed Agni-V missile was originally scheduled to launch on Wednesday in the eastern state of Orissa. Officials had delayed the launch because of heavy lightning in the area. The missile has a range of more than 5,000km (3,100 miles), within range...

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was captured in Pakistan in March 2003 and has been detained at Guantanamo Bay since 2006

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Five suspected al-Qaeda militants believed to have planned the 9/11 terror attacks have been formally sent to trial by the United States. The five Guantanamo Bay inmates, including alleged mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, will be tried by a military commission. The suspects will face charges including terrorism, hijacking, conspiracy, murder and destruction of property. They could face the deat...

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...

A poll of more than 570,000 people across the globe has revealed non-Americans want Barack Obama to remain President of the United States

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A poll of more than 570,000 people across the globe has revealed non-Americans want Barack Obama to remain President of the United States. The research, conducted across 36 countries outside the US, revealed 81% were in favor of Barack Obama spending another four years in office. And only 19% preferred his Republican challenger Mitt Romney, according to the findings from MSN. Interestingly, the o...

The Hobbit movies producers are suing low-budget company The Asylum for trademark infringement, over its new film Age of the Hobbits

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The Hobbit movies producers are suing low-budget company The Asylum for trademark infringement, over its new film Age of the Hobbits. Warner Bros, New Line Cinema, MGM and The Hobbit producer Saul Zaentz want to stop them using the word Hobbit in the title of the “knockoff film”. They claim The Asylum is “free-riding” on the worldwide promotional campaign for Peter Jackson...

Humanitarian aid needed at large scale after Typhoon Haiyan barreled through the Philippines over the weekend and killed an estimated 10,000 people

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UK and US ships were heading to the Philippines as the UN appealed for aid amid the large-scale devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan. The US has deployed an aircraft carrier and navy ships to the Philippines, while the UK is sending a naval destroyer. At least 10,000 people are feared to have been killed, and thousands of survivors desperately require aid. Philippine President Benigno Aquino has...

Ministers from 159 countries attending the 9th World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference in Bali have reached a deal intended to boost global trade

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Ministers from 159 countries attending the 9th World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference in Bali, Indonesia, have reached a deal intended to boost global trade. The WTO’s first comprehensive agreement involves an effort to simplify the procedures for doing business across borders. There will also be improved duty-free access for goods sold by the world’s poorest countries. The d...

Malaysia has summoned the heads of the US and Australian diplomatic missions in Kuala Lumpur over a row about an alleged American-led spying network in Asia

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Malaysia has summoned the heads of the US and Australian diplomatic missions in Kuala Lumpur over a row about an alleged American-led spying network in Asia. According to the Malaysian foreign ministry, the reports of spying could “severely damage” relations. It said a protest note was handed over. Malaysia has summoned the heads of the US and Australian diplomatic missions in Kuala...

German Green MP Hans-Christian Stroebele has met Edward Snowden in Moscow

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Germany is keen to hear directly from NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden about the US spy agency’s activities. “If the message is that Mr. Snowden wants to give us information then we’ll gladly accept that,” said German Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich. Edward Snowden’s lawyer said a meeting could occur in Moscow, but not Germany. Edward Snowden, 30, fled to Russ...