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Yen Renews Lows

Yen Renews Lows

The yen renewed multimonth lows against the dollar and the euro Monday in Asia as European sovereign-debt problems showed further improvement and expectations continued for aggressive easing by the Bank of Japan.

28 January 2013
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Don’t Wait a Minute Changing your Gmail Password

Don’t Wait a Minute Changing your Gmail Password

Google has warned the users to change their Gmail passwords now, after the exposure of 5 million account details by the hackers on Russian website

16 September 2014
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Taxi from the airport? That'll be $300, please

Taxi from the airport? That'll be $300, please

Arriving at an airport and jumping into a taxi is the preferred option for most, and a necessary expense for time-pressed business travelers. But try passing off a $300 airport to city center fare and your accounts department may like to have a chat with you when you return to the office.

25 April 2013
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New implant helps 3-year-old boy hear his dad’s voice for the first time

New implant helps 3-year-old boy hear his dad’s voice for the first time

Three-year old Grayson Clamp, born without a cochlear nerve, became the first child to receive an auditory brain stem implant last month. The implant was successful, shocking young Grayson as he heard sound for the first time, according to a UNC School of Medicine

21 June 2013
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The World’s largest Flying Aquatic Insect was found in China

The World’s largest Flying Aquatic Insect was found in China

Insect Museum of West China reports that a voyage to the border of Chengdu in July returned dobsonflies with 8.3 inch giant snake like fangs and wingspans...

25 July 2014
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China’s Bruce Lee Theme Park

China’s Bruce Lee Theme Park

Bruce Lee only once visited his ancestral home in Shunde, a two-hour boat ride from Hong Kong. Nonetheless, the district built an RMB 100 million amusement center to honor the legacy of the legendary butt-kicker. In 2008, the museum unveiled a giant statue and 1,000 items of memorabilia. The best is still to come: Bruce Lee robot-mannequins and a roller coaster that emits his signature squawks.

11 April 2013
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Insatiable Amphibians are Dispersing across the British Columbia Island’s Landscape

Insatiable Amphibians are Dispersing across the British Columbia Island’s Landscape

Catch of an enormous bullfrog in Vancouver Island has proved the fact that avid amphibians are increasing across the British Columbia Island’s landscape...

02 July 2014
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'World's largest building' opens in China

'World's largest building' opens in China

The superlatives in China continue the latest symbol of China's "bigger is much, much better" ethos is open for business. Located in Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province in southwestern China, the New Century Global Center is the "largest freestanding building in the world," Chinese officials say.

03 July 2013
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Celebrating the World's Food Day 2012

Celebrating the World's Food Day 2012

Our Beautiful and lovely Earth is a place where more than seven billion people. At the present time, there are majority people out there that goes to sleep hungry and according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations(FAO), which declares October 16 a World Food Day, the Food prices are still higher than the previous year.

16 October 2012
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New Coronavirus 'Eerily' Like SARS

New Coronavirus 'Eerily' Like SARS

The novel coronavirus outbreak in the Middle East is eerily similar to SARS, according to an expert who was part of a team studying a cluster of cases in hospitals in Saudi Arabia.

20 June 2013
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