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Plant-based gel can seal bleeding wounds instantaneously (VIDEO)


A New York based startup has developed a gel capable of sealing even the most severe bleeding wounds in mere seconds.

The quick way down: Russian basejumper flies off a 3,200m peak (VIDEO)


It took him hours to get to the top, but just a matter of minutes to get back down. Russian thrill-seeker Ratmir Nagimyanov recorded his stunning decent from a 3,200-meter-high mountain in the Republic of Ingushetia, which he calls just a warm-up.

French police unleash water cannon, tear gas against anti-brutality protesters (PHOTOS, VIDEO)


Water cannons and tear gas have been used against protesters in Southern France. Public anger over police brutality is boiling over in France following the death of an environmental activist killed by a police stun grenade last month.

Protesters clash with Bahraini forces, call election ‘farce’ (PHOTOS, VIDEO)


Security forces in Bahrain have engaged anti-regime protesters with tear gas as crowds of activists across the nation attempted to block the streets in protest against parliamentary elections which they see as farce and sham.

Police pepper sprays protest in Germany as activists storm new EU central bank HQ (PHOTOS, VIDEO)


German police used pepper spray and clashed with anti-EU protesters, who stormed and vandalized the new European Central Bank building, which is under construction now in central Frankfurt.

‘Invest into space, not war’ – Russian cosmonaut urges Russia-US cooperation


Fruitful cooperation between the Russian and US crews at the International Space Station should become a template for relations between Moscow and Washington, cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev told RT as a new mission prepares to head to the ISS on Sunday.

Germany to drop investigation into US spying on Merkel - report


Germany might decide to drop the investigation against the US tapping of Angela Merkel’s communications according to a German magazine report released Saturday.

Rising suicide rate for Indian farmers blamed on GMO seeds


Monsanto, which has just paid out $2.4 million to US farmers, settling one of many lawsuits it’s been involved in worldwide, is also facing accusations that its seeds are to blame for a spike in suicides by India farmers.

Turkish governor threatens to turn synagogue into museum over Israeli Al-Aqsa mosque actions


A Turkish governor has threatened to turn a 100-year-old synagogue into a museum in retaliation for Israel’s actions in and around Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque – the third holiest site in Islam.

James Bond-inspired laser watch burns plastic and lights matches (VIDEO)


One man’s invention might have just eclipsed the smart watch: behold the James-Bond-inspired laser watch!

Muslim girl beaten by male relatives for being ‘too Western’ in Italy


A 15-year-old teenager has been severely beaten by her father and brothers in Italy because they considered her behavior “too Western.” With injures to her head, face, shoulders and ribs, the girl was hospitalized and then entrusted to social services.

Muslim girl beaten by male relatives for being ‘too Western’ in Italy


A 15-year-old teenager has been severely beaten by her father and brothers in Italy because they considered her behavior “too Western.” With injures to her head, face, shoulders and ribs, the girl was hospitalized and then entrusted to social services.

'Old cousin' of German art hoarder claims right to $1bn Nazi-era trove left to museum


The alleged cousin of late German Nazi-era art hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt is challenging his will, which aims to donate the entire stash of rare masterpieces to a Swiss museum.

'Old cousin' of German art hoarder claims right to $1bn Nazi-era trove left to museum


The alleged cousin of late German Nazi-era art hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt is challenging his will, which aims to donate the entire stash of rare masterpieces to a Swiss museum.

Bahrain stages controversial elections amid Shia boycott


As voters streamed to polling stations across Bahrain for parliamentary and municipal elections, the main Shia opposition is expressing its dissatisfaction with the political situation by staging a boycott.

Bahrain stages controversial elections amid Shia boycott


As voters streamed to polling stations across Bahrain for parliamentary and municipal elections, the main Shia opposition is expressing its dissatisfaction with the political situation by staging a boycott.

6.8 earthquake jolts central Japan


A 6.8-magnitude earthquake has hit central Japan at a shallow depth of 10 kilometres, Japan’s Meteorological Agency reports.

6.8 earthquake jolts central Japan


A 6.8-magnitude earthquake has hit central Japan at a shallow depth of 10 kilometres, Japan’s Meteorological Agency reports.

Israel’s punitive homes demolition potentially a war crime – HRW


Israeli’s punitive demolition of family homes belonging to Palestinians suspected of carrying out terror attacks on Israeli citizens amounts to a potential war crime, Human Rights Watch says, urging Tel Aviv not to take revenge on whole families.

Israel’s punitive homes demolition potentially a war crime – HRW


Israeli’s punitive demolition of family homes belonging to Palestinians suspected of carrying out terror attacks on Israeli citizens amounts to a potential war crime, Human Rights Watch says, urging Tel Aviv not to take revenge on whole families.


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