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Is 15 seconds better than six? Comparing Instagram video and Vine | Financial Times

Kevin Systrom, Instagram’s founder, didn’t mention Vine at all when he unveiled his photo-sharing app’s new video function. But he wasn’t exactly …

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Syria: Putin warns West not to arm rebels who 'eat the organs' of their enemies

Russian president Vladimir Putin says the brutal behaviour of the rebels is inconsistent with the ''humanitarian and cultural values'' of Europe, following talks in Downing Street with David Cameron.<p>While he strongly defended the supply of arms by Moscow to the ''legitimate'' government of Syrian …

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Russia Says No to a No-Fly Zone over Syria

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>Even before Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin could meet to discuss what to do about Syria, the …

Pew: Americans Agree U.S. Should Stay Out Of Syrian Conflict

Americans are polarized about many things, it seems, but according to a new poll by the Pew Research Center for the People & Press, they agree that the United States should stay out of the Syrian conflict.<p>Seventy percent of those polled said they oppose the U.S. and its allies sending arms to …

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Millions of young Chinese are about to experience “the worst year in history to graduate”

About 7 million students will graduate from Chinese universities and vocational schools in July, the most in the history of the People’s Republic. But many of them won’t find jobs. Half of China’s undergraduate seniors—more than the number of annual graduates in the US—were still unemployed …

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Protesters flood Brazilian cities over World Cup spending

Protests by a quarter of a million people have swept Brazil as demonstrators express their anger over the amount of money being invested in the World Cup and an increase in bus fares.<p>After days of demonstrations, described as "legitimate" by Dilma Rousseff, Brazil's president, activists filled the …

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Putin dashes G8 hopes for Syria breakthrough

Hopes that the G8 summit would set out a clear route map to end the bloody civil war in Syria have been dashed after Vladimir Putin, insisted he …

'Whitey' Bulger Hitman Says It 'Broke My Heart' to Hear Bulger Was FBI Informant

Confessed hitman John Martorano, who has admitted killing 20 people, told a Boston court today that he was testifying against his alleged former mob …

See Budweiser’s Baby Clydesdale Grow Up In Tearjerking Super Bowl Spot “Brotherhood”

Now, the brand has released the Super Bowl spot that stars the handsome beast–“Brotherhood,” which imagines the foal growing up and focuses on the …

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North Korea Says NSA Spying Makes the U.S. a 'Kingpin of Human Rights Abuses'

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>North Korea, land of gulags, government-enforced information blackouts, and humans so hungry they …

Welcome to Secret Theatre: Would you pay to see a play if you didn't know what would be shown?

As the lights go up on the bare stage at the Lyric Hammersmith, 10 dour-looking actors in tank tops and shorts are standing in a straight line. They then begin to make their way toward dog dishes positioned at the lip of the stage.<p>"Ladies and gentlemen, good evening!" says an announcer, while the …

Why the UK is highly unlikely to arm Syrian rebels | Financial Times

<i>By James Blitz and Elizabeth Rigby</i><p>Senior parliamentarians and government officials in Britain believe it is highly unlikely that the UK will transfer …

UN warns of worst refugee crisis in nearly 20 years

The world is in the throes of its most serious refugee crisis for almost 20 years, as conflicts in Syria, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Mali …

Blast hits military site in Syrian port city

A loud explosion has hit a military site in the Syrian port city of Latakia, both state media and opposition sources said.<p>Syrian TV said a "technical error" caused the explosion on Wednesday at a military corps of engineers unit. It reported the injury of six people.<p>Meanwhile, the Britain-based …

North Korea: Kim Jong-un Mein Kampf report 'a thrice-cursed crime'

North Korea has unleashed its wrath on the authors of a report that Kim Jong-un praised Adolf Hitler and gave officials copies of Mein Kampf.<p><b>New Focus International</b>, an online news website run by North Korean defectors, published a report stating that, to mark his birthday on January 8, the <b>North</b> …

North Korea 'willing to restart' nuclear talks

<b>North Korea has expressed willingness to restart long-stalled nuclear talks with international partners, China's foreign ministry has said.</b><p>According to its website, North Korean officials said they wanted to "peacefully resolve the nuclear issue".<p>The remarks follow a meeting between North Korea's …

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Obama, Putin Tensions Signal Tough Times For U.S.-Russian Relations

WASHINGTON -- A photograph of President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin that emerged this week from the G-8 conference offers a glimpse of the prickly times for U.S.-Russian relations.<p>At a joint press conference Monday afternoon, the two leaders slumped down in their respective chairs on …

Cuba and US to resume talks on migration

The United States and Cuba have agreed to resume bilateral talks on migration issues next month, a US state department official has said.<p>The announcement came as Havana and Washington wrapped up a round of separate negotiations aimed at restarting direct mail service, which has been suspended since …

North Korea’s new rich love buying refrigerators, but not for what you’d think

The size of the appliances in a typical North Korean home says a lot about social standing. As such, the government uses refrigerators to reward loyal citizens, including its 2008 Olympic gold medalists. More of the country’s growing cadre of nouveau riche are buying refrigerators, and yet few …

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UN condemns 'despicable' al-Shabab attack in Somalia

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/world/988000/988005_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1532761534_57209387174dfab0ec6390db5dd45f1a<p><b>UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has expressed outrage over a "despicable" attack by Islamists on a UN office in Somalia which killed 15 people.</b><p>He also …