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Assassins on motorbike shoot officer on al Qa'eda list of 55 policemen to be killed.
October 11, 2010
Genetically modified insects whose offspring die quickly to be released into wild to try to eradicate potentially deadly disease passed on by mosquito bites.
October 10, 2010
Gunmen torch at least 29 oil tankers in southwest Pakistan, the sixth attack in just over a week as Islamist militants continue to target a Nato supply route into Afghanistan.
Vote to amend law to make anyone wanting Israeli citizenship swear loyalty to a Jewish state goes before cabinet on Sunday.
The sale by the United States of 20 F-35 planes to Israel poses a security problem for the Middle East, Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem warned.
October 9, 2010
Indonesian prison chief testifies that two Australian drug smugglers on death row should not be executed because of their contributions to prison life.
Human Rights Watch urged Egypt on Friday to stop shooting foreign migrants who try to cross into Israel, as the African country began chairing the United Nations¿ refugee agency.
Facebook is letting users form cliques to give people more control of their information.
October 8, 2010
The first rescue hole wide enough to pull trapped workers from a Chilean mine should reach the 33 men on Saturday.
Bombs explode at a packed Sufi shrine, killing seven with more casualties feared.
An employee of a US tech company has been arrested and charged in federal court with stealing trade secrets and attempting to apparently sell them to Israel.
The Anglican cleric was well known for his sense of humour and equal willingness to tangle with apartheid's darkest demons.
Thailand has blamed a deadly blast at an apartment complex near Bangkok on the anti-government 'Red Shirt' movement.
October 7, 2010
The US hopes an apology for a helicopter strike on Pakistani will encourage Islamabad to reopen a blocked Nato supply route to Afghanistan.
The Taliban says its militants carried out an arson attack on Nato tankers in Pakistan as revenge for a scaled-up US drone strike campaign in the country's northwest.
US and Iran inch closer to nuclear agreement but timetable uncertain
Sinopharm vaccine approved for emergency use by World Health Organisation
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman welcomes Pakistan PM Imran Khan
Minister outlines vision to attract global talent to 'live, work and retire' in UAE
E-scooters and bicycles banned from Dubai beach