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10 reasons why Germans love beer and sausages
18 October, 2014
Germany is a nation of startling diversity and its regional specialities represent centuries of history. Germany's many varieties of beer and sausage are still evolving and emerging
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World's fastest ambulance revealed
17 October, 2014
The world's fastest ambulance has been revealed at the Gitex technology show in Dubai, BBC reports.
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Ultraviolet light robot kills Ebola in two minutes
16 October, 2014
While vaccine makers and drug companies are rushing to bring medical interventions to the market that might address the Ebola pandemic, there’s already a technology available
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“Does it matter where one fights against Russians? Jihad is jihad, no matter the place” - Muslim al-Shishani
16 October, 2014
A week ago, Turkish border guards saw a black flag soaring several kilometers from the Turkish-Syrian border. This could only mean that Islamic State’s onslaught was approaching Turkey.
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Dropbox denies claims 7 million users’ accounts hacked
15 October, 2014
Anonymous hackers claim to have stolen nearly 7 million usernames and passwords from online file-sharing service Dropbox, Euronews reports.
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Days before the tragedy - Unseen Titanic images go on show
15 October, 2014
Previously unseen pictures of the ill-fated Titanic have gone on display in Belfast, the city where she was built and launched, BBC reports.
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North Korea leader 'appears in public'
14 October, 2014
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has made his first public appearance since 3 September, the country's official news agency says.
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First Ebola patient dies in Germany
14 October, 2014
A Sudanese medical official in his fifties who was working for the UN in Liberia has died of Ebola in a hospital in Leipzig, Germany, Euronews reports.
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New world record for the heaviest firework in Japan
13 October, 2014
A new world record has been set for the heaviest firework in the city of Konosu in Saitama Prefecture, Japan, BBC reports.
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