Tuesday , 22 July 2014
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MERS Virus Found in Air Samples From Camel Barn in Saudi Arabia

Traces of the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus were found in the air of a barn that has sick camels in Saudi Arabia, a study revealed Tuesday. Researchers obtained sample of the air inside a camel barn owned by a man who died of MERS. It was found that four camels had manifested MERS symptoms, and the owner directly ... Read More »

Boston Bomber Friend Guilty of Obstruction of Justice

A friend of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found guilty Monday of obstruction of justice for interfering with the FBI’s investigation. The jury found Kazakh exchange student Azamat Tazhayakov guilty of obstruction of justice and conspiracy for removing a backpack that contain fireworks shells from the dorm room of Tsarnaev at the Dartmount’s University of Massachusetts three days ... Read More »

Train Carrying Bodies of Crash Victims Arrives in Ukraine-held City, Russia Vows Full Cooperation

The train carrying the bodies of at least 200 victims of the downed Malaysia Airlines plane arrives Tuesday in Kharkiv, a Ukrainian government-controlled city. The bodies will then be transported to Netherlands to identify the remains. The pro-Russian separatist rebels agreed to hand over the bodies as well as the black boxes to Malaysian experts earlier Tuesday. Meanwhile, Russia said ... Read More »

Israeli Soldier Missing in Gaza, Reports Said

Israeli media has been reporting Tuesday that an Israeli soldier is missing in Gaza. Earlier this week, Hamas claimed it had captured an Israeli soldier during the clashes on the border on Sunday but did not say whether the soldier is dead or alive. Reports said the Israeli Defense Forces soldier was travelling in an armored personal carrier that was ... Read More »

Apple iPhone 6 Launch Date Reveals in Promotional Flyers in China

The launch date of Apple’s iPhone 6 was revealed in a leaked promotional flyer circulated in China, and apparently it will be on September 19. Reportedly, the new generation iPhone will have iOS 8 Operating System and it will be available in two screen sizes, a 4.7 and a 5 .5 inch screen. The upcoming iPhone 6 apparently has a ... Read More »

Militants fight to take control of Libya Airport, 47 Killed

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The bizarre of Middle East is not coming to a halt. After Israel, Iraq and now Libya is again witnessing bloodshed of people in the capital. The rival Militia groups fight in Libya to take control of the Tripoli International Airport. According to the reports at least 47 people have been killed in last 24 hours due to the fight. ... Read More »

West Africa’s Ebola Epidemic And Fruit Bat Risk

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The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), is seeking to increase the awareness in certain communities in West Africa when it comes to eating some wild-life. The risk of contracting Ebola virus from eating wild-life such as the fruit bats. This is not to give the impression that the FAO expects people to stop hunting but to take some ... Read More »

Governor Rick Perry To Deploy 1,000 National Guardsmen To Boarder

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Monday Governor Rick Perry announced that the is going to deploy up to 1,000 National Guard troops over the time span of the next month to the border of Texas and Mexico. This to combat criminals that are exploiting a flood of children as well as their families that are entering the United States Illegally. According to Perry who is ... Read More »

FDA warns for lethal Caffeine Powder

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The US Food and Drug Administration has warned consumers especially young to avoid caffeine powder. The FDA warned that even a teaspoon full of the powder can become lethal and can kill any person. The authorities have also clarified that regulatory actions would be taken soon and the formalities have started, however till then the consumers should stay away from ... Read More »

NASA celebrates 45 years of Moon landing of Apollo 11

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“Tranquillity Base here. The Eagle has landed,” the famous words were spoken by the first man to set the foot on Lunar Surface, Neil Armstrong. The Mission of Moon, Apollo 11 became 45 years old on July 20, 2014. NASA celebrates the historic day with Michael Collins and Edward Aldrin living crew members of the Apollo 11 joined at KSC ... Read More »