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Serial blasts in Mumbai, 13 killed

Terror struck Mumbai when three serial blasts rocked crowded areas in Zaveri Bazar, Dadar and the Opera House this evening leaving at least 13 killled and 50 injured. In New Delhi, the Union Home Ministry said the multiple explosions were a terror strike and that Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) was used. The…

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3 Blasts Reported in Attack on Mumbai

NEW DELHI — Three bomb blasts shook the city of Mumbai at the height of the evening rush hour on Wednesday, in what appeared to be coordinated attacks on India’s economic capital. The Interior Ministry described the explosions as a terror attack, India’s NDTV reported. Reuters A damaged car at the site of a bomb explosion in Mumbai on Wednesday. ...

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Turkey detains suspected al-Qaida militants

SELCAN HACAOGLU Associated Press= ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Police have detained 15 suspected al-Qaida militants who were allegedly planning to attack the U.S. Embassy in Turkey’s capital, the nation’s state-run news agency said Wednesday. Turkey’s Interior Ministry confirmed the capture of suspected al-Qaida militants, but would provide no other details about the case. The U.S. Embassy said it had no ...

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News Corp. drops bid for BSkyB

By Ken Sweet, contributing writer @CNNMoney July 13, 2011: 9:59 AM ET Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. said Wednesday it was dropping its bid for satellite TV company BSkyB. NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — News Corp. — Rupert Murdoch’s media conglomerate — ended its bid to purchase British Sky Broadcasting, following days intense pressure from the British public and politicians over the ...

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Is the Military-Entertainment Complex Contributing to PTSD?

Article by WN.com Correspondent Dallas Darling. ”There are probably more differences in human brains than in other animals partly because the human brain does most of its developing in the outside world.” -Robert Ornstein and Richard Thompson, ”The Amazing Brain” There already exists an enormous gulf between the natural word of normalcy and the unnatural world of violence and war. ...

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Afghan president attends funeral of slain brother

— Thousands of people joined Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Wednesday in a dramatic funeral ceremony for his slain half brother, assassinated the day before in his home by a close associate. Ahmed Wali Karzai was gunned down Tuesday by one of his closest confidants — an assassin from his own tribe and hometown, whom he traveled with and worked ...

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Specialist divers arrive at scene of sunken Russian ship

Moscow (CNN) — Specialist military divers have arrived at the site where a Russian cruise ship sank over the weekend, killing at least 100 people, the Russian Defense Ministry said Wednesday. The highly trained divers, who specialize in rescue operations and lifting sunken ships, have orders to present a plan to raise the “Bulgaria” as soon as possible, the ministry ...

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Egypt protesters demand Tantawi ouster

Thousands of Egyptians marched on the cabinet headquarters in central Cairo on Tuesday to demand the removal of the ruling military council. The march, reminiscent of protests that forced President Hosni Mubarak to step down on February 11, followed a warning by the military council that it would use all legitimate means to end a five-day-old protest in the city’s ...

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Ex-UK PM Brown accuses Murdoch papers of ‘links with criminals’

More scandals in Murdoch’s empire? London (CNN) — Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown Tuesday accused media magnate Rupert Murdoch’s newspapers of having “links with criminals” as he spoke to the BBC about allegations the Sunday Times illegally obtained private information about him. Brown accused the paper of getting his bank details, saying he was “genuinely shocked” by its methods. ...

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