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Berlin woman revives Red Army ghosts in Reichstag graffiti

Berlin has preserved countless traces of its World War II destruction as chilling reminders of its militaristic past -- few are more striking than Red Army graffiti left at the iconic Reichstag.

Hawaii panics after false alert of incoming missile

An alert warning of an incoming ballistic missile aimed at Hawaii was sent in error Saturday, sowing panic and confusion across the US state -- which is already on edge over the risk of attack -- before officials dubbed it a "false alarm."

83 awards for the best in Malaysian health industry

The inaugural Malaysia Health & Wellness Brand Awards 2017 was held at Sunway Resort Hotel on Friday evening. A total of 66 Malaysian companies won 83 awards in 16 different categories. The event is endorsed by the Ministry of Health Malaysia.

Global warming will expose millions more to floods

Global warming is expected to unleash more rain, exposing millions more people to river flooding particularly in the United States and parts of Asia, Africa and central Europe, researchers said Wednesday.

Old dog, new tricks: Sony unleashes 'intelligent' robot pet

As Japan celebrates the year of the dog, electronics giant Sony on Thursday unleashed its new robot canine companion, packed with artificial intelligence and internet connectivity.

Beijing's blue skies spark joy, skepticism

Every day for the last five years, Zou Yi has photographed Beijing's smog-cloaked skyline from his 13th-floor apartment, but there is something different in the air this year.

New 'emotional' robots aim to read human feelings

The robot called Forpheus does more than play a mean game of table tennis. It can read body language to gauge its opponent's ability, and offer advice and encouragement.

Facebook updates News Feed to make friends a priority

Facebook on Thursday announced a major update that will put friends and family above pages or celebrities in a user's news feed -- and likely result in people spending less time on the leading social network.

Knot a problem: Thai capital tackles street cables

Bangkok's Wireless Road may soon live up to its name.

Rescuers search for victims as California mudslide toll hits 17

Rescuers used dogs and helicopters to search for victims on Wednesday of powerful mudslides which left at least 17 people dead in a southern California community that is also home to major celebrities including Oprah Winfrey.


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