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3D Printing Is a Matter of Life and Death

<b>When Kaiba Gionfriddo was born</b> prematurely on Oct. 28, 2011, everything seemed relatively normal. At 35 weeks, his doctors' main concern was lung …

Couple Married 65 Years Die 11 Hours Apart

In this Aug. 20, 1947, photo, Harold and Ruth Knapke pose for a photo on their wedding day in St. Henry, Ohio.<p>Harold and Ruth Knapke had six …

Microsoft and Google may sue US government

Microsoft and Google may sue US government to allow them to publish user data request from the government after talks with the Justice Department stalled.<p>The tech giants filed suits in a US federal court in June, arguing a right to make public more information about user data requests made under …

Egypt frees four

Egyptian authorities have freed a four-member team of Al Jazeera journalists after holding them in detention for five days without charge.<p>Correspondent Wayne Hay, cameraman Adil Bradlow and producers Russ Finn and Mohammed Baher were freed on Sunday afternoon. They were arrested on Tuesday while …

People Who've Never Been Online Explain the Internet

"OMG! You've never seen the Internet?"<p>How would you explain the Internet if you've never been online? Justine Sharrock of Buzzfeed asked a handful of …

Western strikes against Syria 'within days'

Syrian opposition leaders were told by Western allies to expect military strikes against Syria's government within days, Reuters news agency reports, as the US, UK and France ramped up rhetoric against President Bashar al-Assad's regime.<p>According to the report, the Syrian National Coalition was …

Egypt PM rolls back on Muslim Brotherhood ban

Egypt should not ban the Muslim Brotherhood or exclude it from the political process after the army's overthrow of Mohamed Morsi, the interim prime minister said, in a softening of state rhetoric against the group.<p>The apparent about-turn adds to speculation that the government is beginning to …

Strike against Assad regime stalled by British political rows

Allied air strikes against the Syrian government over the alleged use of chemical weapons could be delayed until next week in the face of strong opposition in the UK parliament to British involvement in immediate military action.<p>The prime minister, David Cameron, conceded that MPs would be given a …

Even if Assad used chemical weapons, the west has no mandate to act as a global policeman

It is true that the UN security council is not a reliable global policeman. It may be slow to take action, or paralysed because of disagreement between members. But do we want the US or Nato or "alliances of willing states" as global policemen either? Unlike George Bush in 2003, the Obama …

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Syrian Kurds continue to flee to Iraq in their thousands

Syrian Kurds continued to stream into the Kurdish north of Iraq on Sunday in numbers not seen since the civil war began.<p>The flow of arrivals – around 20,000 since Thursday, with many more en route – is drawing Iraq's Kurdish communities ever closer to the growing regional crisis.<p>Thousands of …

Egypt: mosque is stormed as generals plan to outlaw Muslim Brotherhood

Egypt's descent into violent chaos entered a new phase on Saturday as the military-backed government signalled a plan to outlaw the Muslim Brotherhood, while troops cleared a Cairo mosque of Brotherhood supporters who were protesting against the removal of President Mohamed Morsi last month.<p>New …

Syrian refugees pour into Iraq as Baghdad asks US for military help

The slender green span of a new pontoon bridge crossing the Tigris river from the Syrian bank to the Iraqi province of Dohuk is almost invisible beneath the weight of refugees.<p>They stretch at least a dozen deep for hundreds of metres back into the evening light. The dust from the feet of the crowd …

Gorgeous Floating Water Lily Islands Soak Up Solar Rays

Headed by architect Winy Maas, research group The Why Factory challenges us to think big in regards to going green and conserving our natural …

16 of your favorite things that climate change is totally screwing up

When people talk about “climate impacts,” the images that usually come to mind are broiling heat waves, drought-parched creek beds, dangerous storm …

Puri Desalinating Water Bottle Could Save Your Life at Sea

The Puri is unlike any other water bottle out there – it could save your life. Designed by Younsun Kim, Kangkyung Lee, Byungsoo Kim and Minji Kim, …

Will the US penalise the Egyptian military? | US & Canada

On Friday, two days after a massive security crackdown killed hundreds of people, Egypt braced for more confrontation as protesters marched in several cities and held a 'day of rage' following Friday prayers.<p>And in a move that may lay the ground for more bloodshed, the Interior Ministry authorised …

Death toll soars in Egypt protest crackdown

The official death toll in Egypt has reached 278, after security forces stormed protest sites in Cairo and clashed with supporters of deposed president Mohamed Morsi elsewhere in the country.<p>A curfew was imposed in 14 provinces across the country on Wednesday, along with a month-long state of …

Hundreds killed as Egyptian police clear protest camps

<i>By Charlene Gubash and Ayman Mohyeldin, NBC News</i><p>CAIRO – Egypt’s capital descended into a chaotic bloodbath Wednesday after security forces moved in on protest camps set up by supporters of ousted president Mohammed Morsi, sparking deadly violence.<p>A month-long nationwide state of emergency was …

Egypt's sexual assault epidemic | Egypt

It is the night of July 3, and on the streets of downtown Cairo thousands are celebrating the ousting of Egypt's deposed president, Mohamed Morsi. But below ground, in the police booth of Tahrir Square's metro station, Joanna Joseph is attempting to comfort a young girl.<p>She had been surrounded by …

Egypt says no concessions to Morsi supporters

Egypt's interim president, Adly Mansour, has blamed the Muslim Brotherhood for the "failure" of international talks aimed at resolving Egypt's political crisis, and warned supporters of deposed president Mohamed Morsi that the government will not make any concessions to them.<p>"The train of the …