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Captain Slow caught on Cell phone while driving his Porsche 911

Breaking law is a common practice being tried by most of the people; recently, James May broke the traffic law while driving his £80,000 porsche 911.

24 May 2014
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Captain Slow caught on Cell phone while driving his Porsche 911

Shocking Video: Russian Dad gives his Child a Cigarette while a Woman, laughing behind the Camera, encourages him

It is no doubt, smoking is a fun for the teenagers regardless of its harmful effects but here comes an astonishing news

26 April 2014
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Shocking Video: Russian Dad gives his Child a Cigarette while a Woman, laughing behind the Camera, encourages him

Breaking News: Military and Political Elites Grab Secluded Areas for Elephants

According to a latest report released by a non-profit research group, the military and political elites are grabbing the secure areas in Africa’s last bastions for the elephants...

24 April 2014
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Breaking News: Military and Political Elites Grab Secluded Areas for Elephants

A Survey Reveals Astonishing Results: More than half of the Female Workers are Harassed by their Female Bosses or Colleagues

Female bullying at workplace has been an important topic to discuss; a recently conducted survey in UK unveils a truth

09 April 2014
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A Survey Reveals Astonishing Results: More than half of the Female Workers are Harassed by their Female Bosses or Colleagues

Lost Faberge Golden Egg turned out to be worth $33 million.

According to a latest report from CNN, it is a story of a man who has bought the golden egg for $14,000 and planning to sale it for scrap.

01 April 2014
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Lost Faberge Golden Egg turned out to be worth $33 million.

Mr. Love is accused of violating the security of FBI and Nasa

Briton Lauri Love, a British man, is facing the charges of stealing personal information by accessing the US Federal Reserve computer servers.

28 February 2014
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Mr. Love is accused of violating the security of FBI and Nasa

U.S. tech companies call for more controls on surveillance

Eight major U.S. web companies, including Apple, Google and Facebook, made a joint call on Monday for tighter controls on how governments collect personal data, intensifying the furor over online surveillance.

09 December 2013
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U.S. tech companies call for more controls on surveillance

NSA 'tracking' hundreds of millions of mobile phones

Almost five billion mobile phone location records are logged by the NSA every day, reports the Washington Post. The data is said to help the NSA track individuals, and map who they know, to aid the agency's anti-terror work.

05 December 2013
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NSA 'tracking' hundreds of millions of mobile phones

Shipping containers to be used as houses for living

Shipping Containers that are left to rust in Vacouver will now be used to construct houses for living in for the first time in Canada. These type of houses will be cheap and more affordable to settle in as compared to the regular houses out here in Canada.

17 December 2012
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Shipping containers to be used as houses for living

US officials raise alarm of Syrain government preparations to use chemical weapons

Recently US officials raise a alarm about the Syrian Government preparations to use chemical weapons in the country's civil war. Moreover, it is said that their is a risk in planning their response to the threat of chemical warfare.

05 December 2012
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US officials raise alarm of Syrain government preparations to use chemical weapons
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