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No religious conflict in Middle East: Nobel laureate

No religious conflict in Middle East: Nobel laureate

There is no religious conflict in the Middle East, but rather there is a problem of discriminating governments in the region, Yemeni Nobel peace prize laureate said Monday.

Desperate in crisis, Spaniards turn to fortune-tellers

Desperate in crisis, Spaniards turn to fortune-tellers

Maite Izquierdo and her family are doing their best to get by in Spains economic crisis, but work and money dont come by magic. Or could they?

Nobel-winning Turkish author in rare book signing event

Nobel-winning Turkish author in rare book signing event

Turkeys Nobel prize-winning writer, Orhan Pamuk, attended a book-signing event -- his first in 15 years -- in Istanbul on Saturday for his latest novel, A Strangeness in My Mind.

Mobile applications still collect info on children

Mobile applications still collect info on children

More than a year after Internet regulators issued new privacy rules for kids mobile apps, online stores are flooded with cute software programs that quietly collect vast amounts of data on the youngest consumers, including their location and even recordings of their voice, according to privacy researchers.

Ebola fighters named TIME magazine's Person of the Year

Ebola fighters named TIME magazine

Those on the front lines on the fight against Ebola were named Wednesday as TIME magazines 2014 Person of the Year.

Heres scientific proof: Towering heels are powering over men

Heres scientific proof: Towering heels are powering over men

The well-heeled Marilyn Monroe once said, Give a girl the right shoes and she can conquer the world.

Luxury brands capitalize on Art Basel

Luxury brands capitalize on Art Basel

MIAMI BEACH, Florida: Would you like a designer tie with that painting, a collage on your new Mercedes? Or how about an art iPad app to complement your stock tips?

Annual commemoration for Sufi mystic begins in Turkey

Annual commemoration for Sufi mystic begins in Turkey

Commemorations marking the death of a 13th-century Sufi mystic began Sunday in the central Anatolian city of Konya, where he is buried

Star-gazing tourists flock to Africas darkest place

Star-gazing tourists flock to Africas darkest place

THE NAMIB DESERT, Namibia: Not many tourist spots boast of being dark and difficult to get to, but the Namib desert is one of a number of remote Dark Sky Reserves drawing in stargazers for a celestial safari

Russell Crowe says conflicts are all about oil

Russell Crowe says conflicts are all about oil

Almost a hundred years have passed since the 1915 Gallipoli battle, but conflicts are still emerging in the same general area of the Middle East, Hollywood star Russell Crowe said Friday