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Ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was freed from custody Friday morning after six years of legal proceedings and wrangling that frustrated activists who had hoped he would face justice for the deaths of hundreds defying his rule.

Chinese concerns about the quality of Brazilian meat led to the recent decision to temporarily halt import from the country, China’s Commerce Ministry said on Thursday.

The Islamic State, ISIS, has claimed responsibility for the London terror attack which killed 5 people and left dozens injured.

A man who was born a woman has carried and given birth to his own daughter, after his wife was unable to fall pregnant.

Eight people have been arrested in connection with Wednesday’s terror attack which killed five people and injured 40 others close to Britain’s parliament, a senior counter-terrorism officer Mark Rowley said on Thursday.

Britain Houses of Parliament are in lockdown after a knifeman reportedly charged through the gates of Westminster into the front yard of the parliamentary compound.

The International Criminal Court (ICC), on Wednesday, sentenced former Congolese vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba to one year imprisonment for bribing witnesses in his trial.

A Greek team has completed the restoration of the Jesus tomb in Jerusalem at a cost of $4 million.

The U.S. and U.K. on Tuesday banned people flying from much of the Middle East and North Africa from carrying laptops, tablets and other large electronic devices in the airplane cabin because of concerns about terrorism.

A 14-year-old boy was on Monday arrested by the police for joking about a bomb in his jacket on a plane at Bangkok’s main airport.

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