CIA And FBI Agents Are Not Welcome At This Restaurant Outside Sochi

A sign that says “We do not serve FBI and CIA agents,” hangs outside a restaurant on the opening day of the 2014 Winter Olympics, Friday, Feb. 7, 2014, in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia.

Associated Press photographer Jae C. Hong captured a photo of this sign outside a restaurant in the mountains near Sochi, . . . → Read More: CIA And FBI Agents Are Not Welcome At This Restaurant Outside Sochi

Angry Bilawal

Bilawal leaves Pakistan after argument with Zardari

Bilawal leaves Pakistan, not to lead PPP election campaign

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Bilawal Bhutto leaves Pak after tiff with Zardari over PPP affairs

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Uruguay’s president is a far cry from ostentation

By Vladimir Hernandez

It’s a common grumble that politicians’ lifestyles are far removed from those of their electorate. Not so in Uruguay. Meet the president – who lives on a ramshackle farm and gives away most of his pay.

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Countering anti-jihad ads in the subway

Striking back against an anti-jihad advertisement in the subways widely perceived as anti-Muslim, two religious groups – one Jewish, one Christian – are taking out subway ads of their own to urge tolerance.

Rabbis for Human Rights – North America and the group Sojourners, led by the Christian author and social-justice advocate Jim Wallis, are unveiling their campaigns on . . . → Read More: Countering anti-jihad ads in the subway

Ginormous Insects that would creep you out

All of your nightmares in one post.

Matt Stopera

1. Titan Beetle: French Guiana and Brazil

Interesting fact: The larvae have never been found, but are thought to feed inside wood and may take several years to reach full size before they pupate.

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Will Mohenjo Daro disappear before our very eyes?

By Aleem Maqbool BBC News, Mohenjo Daro, southern Pakistan

Pakistani officials say they are doing their best to save one of the most important archaeological sites in south Asia, Mohenjo Daro. But some experts fear the Bronze Age site could be lost unless radical steps are taken.

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Pentagon builds Satellite that will salvage reusable metal objects in Space

The Pentagon’s “mad scientists’ division” wants to harvest dead communication satellites for spare parts and re-use them in orbit. The program, called Phoenix, may hold an orbital trial phase by 2015.

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Who is Malik Riaz Hussain?

Early Life:

Malik Riaz Hussain was born on February 8, 1954 in Islamabad, Pakistan. Many people believe that Malik Riaz Hussain was born with a silver spoon in his mouth; however, the statement is only partially true for him. He was born into a wealthy family but his father’s business collapsed which forced him to . . . → Read More: Who is Malik Riaz Hussain?

The World Observes Brain Tumor Day Today

The World Brain Tumor Day is observed on June 8 across the world with the aim to get the awareness of the public for this quite unknown disease.

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Soothsayer predicts PM Gilani will stay safe and unharmed

What is Gilani's future?

Multan: Regardless of what political and legal experts say, one astrologist is confident that Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani will be safe, whether the verdict is guilty or not.

Renowned palmist, astrologist and numerologist MM Hussain said there were chances that the premier would be awarded ‘minor punishment’ but these . . . → Read More: Soothsayer predicts PM Gilani will stay safe and unharmed