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News on 07-jun-2012
The Hobbit set for November premiere in New Zealand
The world premiere of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is to take place in New Zealand on November 28.
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|Sci-fi author Ray Bradbury passes away at 91
Science-fiction author Ray Bradbury has died in Los Angeles at the age of 91.
In a career spanning more than…Read More →
Brazil to allow sale of beer during 2014 World Cup
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has signed into law a bill that will allow the sale of beer during the 2014…Read More →
|Liverpool first team coach parts ways with club
First team coach Steve Clarke has left Liverpool soccer club on "amicable terms", according to the League Managers’ Association.
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Nokia unveils budget touch screen phones
Nokia has unveiled its first full touch screen phone aimed at the lower end of the market.
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|LinkedIn users' passwords leaked by hackers
Social networking site LinkedIn is looking into claims that some six million of its users' passwords have been leaked onto…Read More →
Shell to invest $20 billion in Indonesia
Shell is to invest $20 billion in Indonesia's Masela block starting from next year and ending in 2018-2019, according to…Read More →
|Ethihad Airways buys Virgin Australia stake
Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways has bought a 4 percent stake in Virgin Australia as it seeks to expand its global…Read More →
|Scottish firm signs $250 million Southern Africa power plant deal
Scottish firm Aggreko has signed a $250 million deal to provide a power plant to two countries in a joint…Read More →
Japanese dock washes up in U.S. state of Oregon
A huge portion of a dock torn off from a Japanese port by the 2011 tsunami has washed up 5,000…Read More →
|Mexican president signs climate change legislation
Mexican President Felipe Calderon has signed a law introducing binding targets on climate change.
Calderon announced on Twitter that the…Read More →
|78 people killed in Syria's Hama province
Syrian pro-regime forces in Hama province have killed at least 78 people, including dozens of women and children.
The Syrian…Read More →