Monthly Archives: August 2013

Russia’s Vladimir Putin challenges US on Syria claims – BBC News

BBC News Russia's Vladimir Putin challenges US on Syria claimsBBC NewsRussian President Vladimir Putin has challenged the US to present to the UN evidence that Syria attacked rebels with chemical weapons near Damascus. Mr Putin said it would be "utter … Continue reading

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Apple launches iPhone trade-in program in US

Apple on Friday began letting US iPhone owners trade in their smartphones for credit toward buying new models. Tech News Headlines – Yahoo! News

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Putin challenges US over Syria evidence

White House and defence and intelligence officials are due to brief senators on the information they have gathered on the gas attack Asia homepage

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Are Spurs better off without Bale?

Are Spurs better off without Bale? – originally posted on Soccerlens.com Gareth Bale was the star for Tottenham last season and was named PFA player of the Year and PFA Young Player of the Year. His brilliance was what made … Continue reading

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Obama faces difficult timing over Syria strike – BBC News

BBC News Obama faces difficult timing over Syria strikeBBC NewsThe US Secretary of State, John Kerry, did far more than just set out the intelligence against Syria. But he did do that. Although there is now more detail than we … Continue reading

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Google buys WIMM Labs to gear up for smartwatch wars

Last summer smartwatch developer WIMM Labs announced that it had entered into an exclusive relationship with an unnamed company just before its website and social media accounts were promptly shut down. One year later, GigaOM has discovered that Google was … Continue reading

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The end of decades of delusion

The MPs gave voice to a deeper weariness – a mood that, albeit in a vague form, reflects the harsh reality of British power Asia homepage

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Forward-Thinking Tottenham Reaping Rewards

Forward-Thinking Tottenham Reaping Rewards – originally posted on Soccerlens.com On June 13th, 2012, Harry Redknapp left Tottenham Hotspur. Exactly one month before, Redknapp’s Spurs strolled to a 2-0 win over Fulham at White Hart Lane, clinching fourth place in the … Continue reading

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Delhi gang rape: Teenager found guilty – The Independent

Economic Times Delhi gang rape: Teenager found guiltyThe IndependentA teenager accused of taking part in the brutal gang rape of a woman in Delhi that lead to her death has been found guilty, his lawyer has announced. The 23-year-old woman … Continue reading

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Twitter’s top legal executive steps down in surprise move

By Alexei Oreskovic SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Twitter’s top lawyer, known as a champion of free speech, unexpectedly stepped down on Friday as the microblogging company moved closer toward a long-expected initial public offering. Alexander Macgillivray, known for fending off … Continue reading

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