Tarek Mehanna’s final say before being Sentenced to 17 years in Prison

In the name of God the most gracious the most merciful Exactly four years ago this month I was finishing my work shift at a local hospital. As I was walking to my car I was approached by two federal agents. They said that I had a choice to make: I could do things the . . . → Read More: Tarek Mehanna’s final say before being Sentenced to 17 years in Prison

The top most germ infected areas of a hotel room

By: ALEXANDRA SIFFERLIN

Hopefully you pack hand sanitizer when you travel because you may need it — especially in your hotel room.

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Pop music needs “evolutions” only, not talent

No talent necessary: The perfect pop tune can be engineered by a computer program and refined with the input of listeners, according to a British study published in the United States Monday.

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11 year old boy on trial in Bahrain for assisting protesters

By Saeed Kamali Dehghan

At a time when most 11-year-old boys are looking forward to the school holidays, Ali Hasan is preparing for his trial.

On Wednesday morning the primary school pupil from suburban Manama will stand in a Bahrain court and listen as the case against him is spelt out. The prosecution case: that Ali helped . . . → Read More: 11 year old boy on trial in Bahrain for assisting protesters

Misbah penalized for slow over-rate

Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq has been banned from the first test against Sri Lanka in Galle that starts on Friday as punishment for his team’s slow over-rate in the final match of the one-day series.

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Be creative with ordinary objects

Why spend a lot of time tackling things which you could easily figure out with objects you see around you every day? Here are some life-changing ways to use objects which you probably own already:

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Disruption in democracy

IN disqualifying a sitting, democratically elected prime minister, the Supreme Court has taken an extraordinary — and unfortunate — step.

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