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  • Apple releases guided tour videos on how to use its Watch

    4 April, 2015 2:10 AM 34

    New Delhi: The anticipated smart gadget is not out for a consumer roll out yet, but Apple is making sure it leaves no stone unturned to make you understand and learn how its latest wearable works. The Cupertino, California, tech giant has released what it calls 'Guided Tour' videos for its Apple Watch. These video tutorials will guide you about the basic

  • Fleeing Boko Haram kill seven in attack on village in Chad

    4 April, 2015 1:50 AM 46

    N`djamena: Fighters from Nigeria`s Boko Haram insurgency fleeing an offensive by soldiers from Chad and Niger launched a rare attack on Chadian soil, killing seven people, security sources said on Friday. The two armies drove the Islamist insurgents from Malam Fatori, one of Boko Haram`s last major footholds along Nigeria`s northern border, earlier this week. While

  • US man walks free after 30 years on death row

    4 April, 2015 1:50 AM 70

    Washington: An Alabama man who spent 30 years on death row for crimes he didn`t commit walked free from court on Friday after his conviction for a 1985 double murder was overturned because of insufficient evidence. Anthony Ray Hinton, 58, emerged from Jefferson County Courthouse to cheers from well-wishers before being embraced by tearful friends and relatives

  • Suriname flasher fracas escalates into diplomatic spat

    4 April, 2015 1:50 AM 34

    Georgetown: South American neighbors Guyana and Suriname were at daggers drawn Friday after a brawl with an alleged flasher escalated into a full-blown diplomatic crisis. According to Guyana`s foreign ministry, its ambassador to Suriname, Keith George, was assaulted while trying to stop Suriname police from arresting his chauffeur inside his embassy

  • Nuclear deal is start of new relationship with world: Iran president

    4 April, 2015 1:50 AM 68

    Beirut/Jerusalem: Iran`s president said on Friday that a framework for a nuclear deal was just the first step toward building a new relationship with the world, after his countrymen greeted the announcement of the accord with celebrations in the streets. U.S. President Barack Obama also hailed what he called an "historic understanding", although diplomats

  • In Iraq, a historic Christian library saved from militants

    4 April, 2015 1:50 AM 11

    Mar Matti Monastery: As Islamic State group militants advanced toward this monastery perched on a mountain in northern Iraq, the monks rushed to protect a cherished piece of their heritage: Their library of centuries-old Christian manuscripts. Dozens of the handwritten tomes were spirited to safety in nearby Kurdish-ruled areas. There they remain, hidden

  • Two more Saudi soldiers killed on Yemen border: Ministry

    4 April, 2015 1:10 AM 27

    Riyadh: Two more Saudi soldiers have been killed on the border with Yemen, the interior ministry said on Friday. "Two soldiers from the border guards were martyred during an exchange of fire at a border point in Asir region" in Saudi Arabia`s southwest, said the ministry`s spokesman cited by the official Saudi Press Agency. "They were subject to heavy

  • Iraqi PM orders arrest of lawless gangs looting in Tikrit

    4 April, 2015 1:10 AM 23

    Baghdad: Sunni politicians said looting raged out of control in Tikrit on Friday, hours after Iraqi`s prime minister called on security forces to arrest anyone breaking the law after the city had been wrested back from Islamic State militants. The rampage of theft and burning began on Wednesday, within hours of the Iraqi government declaring that security

  • Russian fights extradition from US in World War II looted art case

    4 April, 2015 1:10 AM 21

    New York: A Russian art dealer accused by Polish authorities of illegally possessing an 18th-century painting stolen during World War II by Nazi Germany is challenging his extradition from the United States. Alexander Khochinskiy, 64, filed papers late on Thursday in a federal court in Manhattan seeking to dismiss an extradition complaint that formed

  • Alabama closes investigation into Harper Lee `abuse`

    4 April, 2015 12:46 AM 18

    Alabama: An Alabama government department has closed an investigation into whether celebrated novelist Harper Lee was coerced or abused into publishing a long-awaited second book this summer. A spokesman for the Alabama Department of Human Resources confirmed to AFP that the investigation had concluded and a report sent to Lee`s lawyer, Tonja Carter