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Kiev: Military operation in Ukraine southeast to go on despite Geneva agreement

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Lavrov: Russia, US, EU, Ukraine agreed on Ukraine de-escalation roadmap

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2,300 tubes containing SARS virus samples missing in France

A major French biomedical research body, the Pasteur Institute, have launched an investigation into the disappearance of some 2,300 test tubes containing samples of the SARS virus.

Avoiding another Fukushima: Nuclear power generation could be put to sea

A group of American engineers proposed bringing nuclear power generating facilities out to sea, to secure them from earthquakes and tsunamis, and prevent a possible meltdown threat by submerging a reactor’s active zone.

'How can I trust him?' Putin reveals NATO chief secretly recorded their talk, leaked to media

Vladimir Putin says that current NATO General Secretary Anders Fogh Rasmussen secretly recorded and leaked a private conversation with him, when he was the head of the Danish government.

Clashes during mass eviction in crisis-hit Rome

Riot police clashed with 350 squatter families as security forces evicted people from abandoned offices in Rome.

‘Zero knowledge privacy’: NSA-proof email service goes online

A new email service that protects its users from the prying eyes of the NSA and other spy agencies has gone online.

Putin acknowledges Russian military serviceman were in Crimea

Russian President Vladimir Putin has acknowledged that Russian troops were present in Crimea before the referendum and argued that was necessary to let Crimeans make the choice on the future of the region.

Brunei’s plan to stone gays riles UN

The Sultan of Brunei has announced that those committing same sex relations could be stoned to death.

President Putin's Q&A session

President Putin is set to hold his annual Q&A session with the Russian people, amid record approval ratings.

Kim Dotcom can have seized assets returned – New Zealand High Court

The New Zealand High Court has ruled that Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom can be reunited with millions of dollars, property, cars, and artwork.

Saturn’s newborn: Scientists say planet’s ring may give birth to baby moon

Scientists believe a tiny satellite is emerging from the edge of Saturn’s ring system. A disturbance in the planet’s outer ring, called ‘Peggy,’ could grow into a separate icy moon – possibly the last one of its kind.

​Canadian arrested for hacking revenue agency using Heartbleed security bug

A 19-year-old Canadian man has become the first person arrested in relation to the Heartbleed security vulnerability, which he used to steal taxpayer information.

​Four anti-govt protesters shot while rallying near Ukrainian military base - reports

Four people have reportedly been injured by gunfire in a confrontation between anti-Maidan protesters and soldiers stationed at an Interior Ministry base in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol.

S.Korean ship sinks: Hundreds feared dead in ferry boat disaster (PHOTOS)

At least six have been killed and the fate of over 280, many of whom high school students, remains unknown after a ferry capsized and sank off South Korean coast.

Democracy, human rights in Europe at its lowest since Cold War – Council of Europe head

The rule of law in Europe is going through its most severe crisis since the Cold War, a report by the continent’s top human rights and democracy watchdog warns.

Aliens attack: Killer shrimps invade Britain while giant hornets approach

Alien wildlife species, such as killer shrimps and zebra mussels, are invading Britain at a rate never seen before, the UK parliament’s green watchdog warns.

Nearly one million people relying on food handouts in UK

One of Britain’s largest food charities says that more than 900,000 people visited its food banks last year.

Dozens of Ukrainian troops surrender APCs, withdraw from Slavyansk

Reports from Slavyansk say that the army troops sent to the eastern Ukrainian city for an “anti-terrorist operation” are leaving en masse.