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Report: 70 journalists killed on the job in 2013

Tuesday 31 December '13

Reporters who covered police misconduct, political corruption were slain in India, Brazil, Colombia, pakistan.
World faces a retirement crisis

Tuesday 31 December '13

Falling birth rates, longer life expectancy, global recession mean pensions are costing countries more even as elderly retire with less money
Samsung launches 110-inch ultra-HD TV at $150,000

Monday 30 December '13

Samsung has received 10 orders for the latest premium TVs from the Middle East.
Egypt arrests Al-Jazeera TV's 4-member crew

Monday 30 December '13

Egypt's military-backed government has long accused Al-Jazeera of supporting the Brotherhood.
Critical Schumacher being evaluated on hourly basis

Tuesday 31 December '13

The retired motor racing great, slammed his head on a rock while skiing off-piste on Sunday.
US rapper killed in bar shooting

Monday 30 December '13

Police said in a statement that officers found six other victims with gunshot wounds.
Novak Djokovic cruises past David Ferrer in Abu Dhabi final

Sunday 29 December '13

Azarenka broke for a 6-5 lead in the first set and broke twice in the second for her second victory.
Dinesh Chandimal earns consolation win

Saturday 28 December '13

Dinesh Chandimal notched a half century for the first time in 11 months.
Rescue of icebound Antarctic ship faces setback

Saturday 28 December '13

Ship wasn't in danger of sinking, weeks' worth of supplies for 74 scientists, tourists on board.
Murray, Nadal say focus will be on staying injury-free in 2014

Saturday 28 December '13

Murray has been trying to lower expectations as he begins his comeback from injury.
Roger Federer ropes in 'idol' Stefan Edberg as coach

Saturday 28 December '13

Earlier this month, Edberg took part in a training week with Federer in Dubai.
Owner Tan loses patience, fires Cardiff boss Mackay

Saturday 28 December '13

Tan fired Mackay on the eve of Saturday’s match against last-place Sunderland.
City get the leap on Liverpool

Saturday 28 December '13

Negredo winner helps Manchester side to second, pushing Merseysiders to fourth in the standings.
Malinga four-for helps Lanka bowl Pakistan out for 232

Saturday 28 December '13

Pakistan captain Misbah-ul Haq top-scored with 51 while Mohammad Hafeez scored 41.
Finally, England land a blow

Saturday 28 December '13

Visitors enjoy best day on tour, reduce Australia to 164/9 after being bowled out for 255 in Boxing Day Test
Rafael Nadal loses to David Ferrer in Abu Dhabi

Friday 27 December '13

Djokovic was watched by his new part-time coach Boris Becker at the exhibition event.
The pretty to the ugly: 2013's key fashion moments

Friday 27 December '13

It was a year for pixie haircuts, chunky flat shoes, bangs on our first lady and bare skin.
120,000 people displaced by S Sudan violence: UN

Friday 27 December '13

The number of internally displaced people has been rising since fighting started on Dec.
Senior aide to ex-PM Hariri killed as explosion shakes Lebanese capital

Friday 27 December '13

The blast went off a few hundred meters from the govt headquarters and parliament building.
How Google, Huffington Post are trying to fight nasty comments, anonymity

Friday 27 December '13

YouTube, which is owned by Google, has been home to some of Internet's most juvenile comments.

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