Sunday , 13 July 2014
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Report : Human error caused California wildfire


According to a report, the wildfire in North California that burned 4 1/2 square miles of forested area was caused by human error. On Saturday, California police arrested Freddie Alexander Smoke III for causing fire that burned the nearby forested land. The man was also accused of growing marijuana illegally. The police report suggests that the fire got ignited from ... Read More »

Texas lone survivor released from hospital


15 years old Texas survivor who escaped death after being shot by her uncle was released from hospital on Saturday. The attack by her uncle left her four siblings and parents dead. On Saturday she faced the crowd and thanked the doctors who saved hr life. The 15 year old named Cassidy Stay said “Happiness can be found even in darkest ... Read More »

US behind Germany spy row


On Sunday, German Foreign minister mentioned that the government will meet US secretary John Kerry to report about the US spies in German ministries. According a confidential report, Washington recruited dozen of spies to infiltrate and transport the confidential information. These spies have said to infiltrate in the key German ministries including defense, development, economic, and interior ministries. German Chancellor ... Read More »

Japan issued tsunami warning after earthquake


The governmental authorities in Japan issued a Tsunami alert after a strong 6.8 magnitude earth quake struck in pacific near the fukushima nuclear plant that crippled after 2011 tsunami. According to the metrological department the warned the fishermen against roaming near the sea. The report mentioned that a strong quake truck 10km below ground off the coast of Fukushima. The ... Read More »

ISIS militants killed 26 people during a raid in Baghdad


According to a report, The ISIS militants barged into an apartment and killed 26 people including 20 women and six men on Saturday. The apartment is known to be occupied by prostitutes and thus the Islamic militants killed women in the building. Earlier the United Nation urged the Iraqi authorities to speed up the formation of new government to combat ... Read More »

Afghanistan elections: Rivals ready for audit


On Saturday, after intense negotiation for 12 hours with the rival candidates in presidential run, US secretary John Kerry   announced the audit of the eight million votes casted by the voters in Afghan election. The announcement of audit came after the clash between the two candidates in presidential run intensified. Kerry also mentioned that the audit would be under the ... Read More »

Death rate continues to increase in Gaza as Israel strikes


Despite the United Nations called for ceasefire, Palestine and Israel continues to exchange rockets and missiles.  In the latest air strike by Israel, a mosque and a hospital for disabled destroyed in Gaza strip. On Saturday, Palestinian authorities reported that the death toll rose to 159 in Gaza and majority of them is civilian causalities. According to a report released ... Read More »

Oldest Down Syndrome Case Links to a 1,500-Year-Old Child Skeleton

The oldest case of Down syndrome has been discovered in the skeleton of a child who lived 1,500 years ago in medieval France. French researchers unearthed the skeleton of a child, aged between five and seven, buried with dozens of others in an ancient graveyard in eastern France. The skeleton was first discovered in 1989, but it wasn’t until recently ... Read More »

Apple Disproves China’s Claim iPhone is a Security Risk

Apple Inc. denies on Saturday the China state-run television’s claim that iPhones Frequent Location feature is a security risk. Apple maintained that the feature only keep location data on the iOS device, they are not sent and backed up on iCloud or iTunes, and they are highly secured. The tech giant also stressed that it does not know the Frequent ... Read More »

Truck Drivers in 2 California Ports Agree to End Strike

At least 120 truck drivers at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach agreed Saturday to temporarily end their strike. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said he asked the drivers for a cooling-off period which the truckers approved while the city’s harbor commission look into their allegations of unfair labor practices and poor working conditions. The truck drivers’ strike ... Read More »