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Huge spike in seawater radiation near Fukushima
SINGAPORE: The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) have rushed experts to help Japan face the escalating radiation crisis at the quake-and-tsunami-hit Fukushima Daiichi civil nuclear ...
Big anti-cuts march in London
LONDON: A luxury hotel and branches of multinational businesses came under attack as thousands of people on Saturday took out a march through Central London to protest against the Tory-led coalition government's spending cuts which threaten ...
In the U.S., talks of arming Libyan rebels
Washington: Even as confusion surrounded the legality of the western alliance arming rebel groups in Libya, United States President Barack Obama on Saturday said the military operation Odyssey Dawn was “succeeding”. According ...
Syria pulls troops from restive city
DAMASCUS/AMMAN/Sana'a: Syrian President Bashar Assad pulled back police and soldiers from a restive southern city and released hundreds of political prisoners on Saturday in an attempt to appease demonstrators furious about a violent ...
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