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McDonald's closes employee website amid criticism

Friday 27 December '13

The website, which was run by outside company, reportedly discouraged workers from eating fast food.
Lufthansa walkout hits flights at Paris

Friday 27 December '13

The surprise protest comes amid tensions over a restructuring plan that foresees job cuts for Lufthansa in France.
Sammy cameo upstages Ryder’s return

Friday 27 December '13

A rollicking unbeaten 43 from Darren Sammy in 27 balls took Windies over the line.
Amidst sea of fans, England sinking again

Friday 27 December '13

In front of 91092-strong crowd visitors struggle to 226/6 against Australia on first day of Boxing Day Test at Melbourne.
Mohammad Hafeez anchors Pakistan to series win

Thursday 26 December '13

Mohammad Hafeez led Pakistan to a robust eight-wicket victory over Sri Lanka.
Cake gone, Cook looks for crumbs

Thursday 26 December '13

Staring at whitewash as England trail 3-0, skipper hopes to pull one back for England at MCG
China man tries to kill kid with needles

Thursday 26 December '13

The court found that Yin wanted to kill the child because he believed that she was not his daughter, Xinhua reported.
China man tries to kill kid with needles

Thursday 26 December '13

The court found that Yin wanted to kill the child because he believed that she was not his daughter, Xinhua reported.
5 ways US Federal Reserve's influence expanded in 100 yrs

Wednesday 25 December '13

US Federal Reserve wields enormous power over people, economies worldwide.
$0.60 for cake: Al-Qaeda records every expense

Wednesday 25 December '13

This transaction in northern Mali shows what might seem an unusual preoccupation for a terror group.
Blast at Egypt police station kills 13, Brotherhood declared 'terror outfit'

Wednesday 25 December '13

The explosion left a downtown street of the city strewn with piles of debris and charred cars.
US moves troops in prep for more action in South Sudan

Tuesday 24 December '13

U.N. says about 1,000 people have been killed in a week in the world's newest country.
Vladimir Putin frees Pussy Riot as part of Sochi spin

Tuesday 24 December '13

President Vladimir Putin's move to pardon his foes has shocked the general public as well as those pardoned.
Mikhail Kalashnikov, the man who invented AK-47 rifle, dead at 94

Tuesday 24 December '13

Kalashnikov had been hospitalized for the past month with unspecified health problems.  
Santa Claus is coming to town Dubai

Tuesday 24 December '13

Middle East’s brashest city has embraced all trappings of Christmas, from trees and boozy dinners to outdoor fest and choirs.
Man throws 3-year-old son, himself off NYC roof

Tuesday 24 December '13

Police investigating the deaths left the building in the mid-afternoon to photograph a gray Lexus RX350 parked nearby.
Graeme Swann denies slamming England dressing room door on his way out

Tuesday 24 December '13

Swann surprisingly announced on Sunday that he had decided to immediately retire.
Pussy Riot member released from prison

Monday 23 December '13

Samutsevich was released several months later on suspended sentence.
First humanoid robot in space chats with astronaut on International Space Station

Monday 23 December '13

Kirobo is programmed to process questions and select words from its vocabulary to construct an answer
Apple Inc, China Mobile deal set to boost iPhone sales

Monday 23 December '13

iPhone 5S and 5C will go on sale in Apple stores and China Mobile stores beginning Jan 17.

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