Macedonia's 'gypsy music queen' Esma Redžepova dies
Esma Redžepova, a Macedonian singer nicknamed the "Queen of Gypsy Music", was on Sunday reported to have died. She was ...
Detained journalist Mohamed Tamalt dies in Algeria
Mohamed Tamalt, a journalist imprisoned in Algeria for insulting President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, died in hospital while...

 ()Delhi High Court restores copyright infringement cas...
On Friday, the Delhi High Court restored a trial over claims of copyright infringement from photocopying of study materials for Delhi University (DU) course packs. The charges of violation of copyright by DU's Rameshwari Photocopy Service was dismissed by justice Rajiv Sahan Endlaw in September saying there is no copyright infringement. But the bench of justi...

 ()Drone delivers transfusion blood intact
Thursday, December 8, 2016  In findings announced Wednesday, scientists from John's Hopkins University took ordinary commercial drones, swapped out their cameras for coolers and packed them with human plasma, platelets and blood cells. The drones were found to deliver their cargo in usable condition after flights lasting almost half an hour, at distances of u...

Vials of drugs used in Chemotherapy. (Image: US National Cancer Institute.)Scientists report chemotherapy cocktail may cause ad...
Chemotherapy is usually associated with a collection of side effects ranging from digestive problems to hair loss, but a study published this week in Human Reproduction demonstrated that female cancer patients may find they have something in common with much younger women in one specific area — their ovaries. Vials of drugs used in Chemotherapy. Image: US...

The aircraft involved, from file. (Image: Asuspine.)PIA flight crashes near Havelian, Pakistan
PIA Flight 661 crashed into a mountainous region near Havelian, Pakistan today. None of those on board are thought to have survived. The aircraft involved, from file. Image: Asuspine. The Pakistan International Airlines domestic flight from Chitral was nearing its destination in Islamabad. PIA said the ATR-42 carried 42 passengers, five crewmembers, and...

File image of a court gavel. (Image: Chris Potter; modified, Ibrahim.ID.)Prominent Texas attorney dead, just days following d...
Loncar was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead a short time later. He was found in the front seat of his Rolls Royce Wraith. Loncar's death occurred just two days following his teenage daughter's memorial service. His daughter took her own life in late November. Police are still investigating Loncar's cause of death. Medical personnel...

File photo of police at work in Kiev. (Image: Commons:User:Nushtaev Dmitriy.)Friendly fire kills five police in Knyazhychi, Ukraine
Police had aimed to arrest suspects accused of robbery in Kiev and the surrounding area. A surveillance unit staking out a building placed two undercover officers in an empty, partially-constructed building next door. When an alarm in the empty building summoned regular police, the two undercover officers were mistaken for burglars and detained. Surveilance o...

Recovery operations in February. (Image: Asiano.)German court jails rail worker over Bad Aibling disa...
A court in Bavaria, Germany today jailed rail worker Michael Paul for causing a train collision near Bad Aibling in February. The disaster left twelve dead and over 80 wounded. Recovery operations in February. Image: Asiano. Michael Paul, 40, switched the two trains onto a collision course while distracted by playing the game Dungeon Hunter 5 on his mob...

The burned out building surrounded by firefighters the subsequent morning, seen from the south side (Image: Anonymous.)Oakland, California record release party catches fire
A fire broke out at a record release party in Oakland, California late on Friday night. Nine were confirmed dead the following morning with the death toll rising to 24 the next day. The warehouse, known as Ghost Ship, was hosting a party for the release of the newest album by Joel "Golden Donna" Shanahan. It is in Oakland's Fruitvale neighborhood, a mix of co...

Interpol HQ, in France. (Image: Massimiliano Mariani.)Interpol arrest Karachi fire suspect in Bangkok
Interpol on Friday evening arrested Abdul 'Bhola' Rehman in Bangkok, Thailand. Rehman, 46, is accused of starting a 2012 garment factory fire in Karachi, Pakistan that killed over 250. Initially thought to be accidental, the fire is now believed to have been set deliberately by an extortion group targeting the factory's owners. Rehman is accused of receiving ...

A plate of the famous dish. (Image: Evan Joshua Swigart.)Chinese chef Peng Chang-kuei's death announced
Peng Chang-kuei, a Chinese-born chef credited with creating the internationally popular dish General Tso's chicken, was yesterday announced to have died by his son. Chuck Peng told The Associated Press his father died of pneumonia in Taipei, Taiwan on Wednesday. The chef fled China to Taiwan in 1949 and invented the dish shortly thereafter. In the 1970s Peng ...

File photo of a Polish M-28 Skytruck. (Image: Krammielec.)Indonesian police plane crashes near Batam, fifteen ...
The domestic flight from Pangkal Pinang on Bangka to Batam lost contact with Singaporean air traffic control at 10:22 Batam local time; Singapore has controlled some Indonesian airspace since the 1940s. Fisherman have located wreckage and body parts off the coast of Kabupaten Lingga in the Riau Islands which also include Batam. The Civil Aviation Authority of...

Port's mugshot. (Image: Metropolitan Police.)Judge jails 'monstrous' London serial killer Stephen...
More than a year after he was first charged, a judge on Friday sentenced London serial killer Stephen Port to life imprisonment without parole for four murders and a host of poisoning and sexual offences, calling him "wicked and monstrous". Port was convicted of the murders on Wednesday. Chef Port, 41, was first charged on October 18 last year and made his fi...

Sign damaged on Monday at the Muslim Association of Puget Sound in Redmond, Washington. The slab has multiple cracks at the upper left corner, with the top plate in that area missing. (Image: Dennis Bratland.)Mosque vandalized near Seattle, Washington
A mosque in Redmond, Washington, US, was vandalized in the early hours of Monday morning. A granite sign in front of the Muslim Association of Puget Sound (MAPS) was apparently smashed with a sledgehammer, breaking away portions of the top of the sign, causing significant cracks in a corner of the approximately five foot tall, six foot wide carved stone placa...

 (Image: Gage.)Donald Trump elected US president
On Tuesday, Republican Donald Trump won the 2016 United States presidential election. Republicans also kept control of both houses of Congress. Trump is to take the presidential oath in January. Image: Gage. Trump won at least 290 electoral votes, while Clinton won 228, according to AP (Associated Press) — 270 were required vote to win the election — t...

Tim Kaine and Mike Pence embrace before the vice presidential debate with moderator Elaine Quijano looking on. (Image: NBC News.)On the campaign trail in the USA, October 2016
The following is the sixth and final edition of a monthly series chronicling the U.S. 2016 presidential election. It features original material compiled throughout the previous month after an overview of the month's biggest stories. In this month's edition on the campaign trail: the Free & Equal Foundation holds a presidential debate with three little-known c...

File photo of HarbourFront station, 2006. (Image: Sengkang.)Signalling issues and stalled train disrupt service ...
SMRT issued another tweet at 8:09 am, alerting commuters to another signalling fault affecting the CCL, on the stretch between Botanic Gardens and HarbourFront stations. Initially informing commuters that the issue would add 10 minutes of travel time along the affected stretch, the company later revised this to 20, and finally, in subsequent tweets, attributi...

José Eduardo dos Santos, from file. (Image: Agência Brasil.)Angolan Supreme Court summons President dos Santos o...
The Supreme Court of Angola yesterday summoned President José Eduardo dos Santos to explain his decision to appoint his daughter head of the national state-owned oil firm, Sonangol. The pair face claims of nepotism and breach of probity legislation. José Eduardo dos Santos, from file. Image: Agência Brasil. Isabel dos Santos, Africa's richest woman acco...

 ()Distributed malware attacks Dyn DNS, takes down webs...
On Friday, a network of diverse Internet-connected devices targeted the Dyn domain registration service provider. It took down Dyn clients, including several popular websites such as Twitter, Netflix, Spotify, Reddit, New York Times, and Wired. The attack involved targeting Dyn's domain name system servers with a large volume of requests, rendering it incapab...

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