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Section: Independent Online (South Africa)

    Surrogates feel hurt by India’s ban
    Nov18

    Surrogates feel hurt by India’s ban

    It’s said to be intended to protect the women from exploitation, though some who have worked as surrogates say the ban actually hurts them. ||| New Delhi – For thousands of childless couples the world over, India has been the go-to destination to fulfil their dreams of becoming parents, thanks to its well-trained doctors,...

    Paris siege: woman blows herself up
    Nov18

    Paris siege: woman blows herself up

    Two suspected jihadists were killed, including a woman who blew herself up, in a shootout with police in Paris. ||| Paris – Two suspected jihadists were killed, including a woman who blew herself up, in a shootout on Wednesday in north Paris with police hunting the mastermind of last week’s attacks on the French capital, sources said....

    Paris siege: woman blows self up
    Nov18

    Paris siege: woman blows self up

    Two suspected were killed, including a woman who blew herself up, in a shootout with police hunting Paris attacks mastermind. ||| Two suspected jihadists were killed, including a woman who blew herself up, in a shootout on Wednesday in north Paris with police hunting the mastermind of last week’s attacks on the French capital, sources...

    UN chief ‘will not visit North Korea’
    Nov18

    UN chief ‘will not visit North Korea’

    UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will not visit North Korea, a UN spokesman said denying reports by China’s news agency. ||| United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will not visit North Korea next week, a UN spokesman said in a statement on Wednesday after China’s Xinhua news agency reported that he will visit the North on Monday...

    The mafia of the digital age
    Nov15

    The mafia of the digital age

    Through the dark world of cybercrime, its tentacles spread everywhere: stock manipulation, money laundering, gambling and more. ||| New York – Through the dark world of cybercrime, its tentacles spread everywhere: stock manipulation, money laundering, gambling and more.Nothing in the annals of corporate hacking compares to the portrait US...

    Key hacker MIA in US case
    Nov13

    Key hacker MIA in US case

    A key figure is missing in the court documents outlining the biggest computer attack ever of the US financial system: the actual hacker. ||| Washington – A key figure is missing in the court documents outlining the biggest computer attack ever of the US financial system: the actual hacker. The Israeli mastermind of the crime syndicate with...

    ‘US moves in South China Sea continue’
    Nov08

    ‘US moves in South China Sea continue’

    The United States will conduct freedom of navigation operations in the South China Sea again. ||| Simi Valley, California – The United States will conduct freedom of navigation operations in the South China Sea again, US Defense Secretary Ash Carter said in a speech on Saturday, although he gave no timeline for any such actions....

    ‘US moves in South China Sea will continue’
    Nov08

    ‘US moves in South China Sea will continue’

    The United States will conduct freedom of navigation operations in the South China Sea again. ||| Simi Valley, California – The United States will conduct freedom of navigation operations in the South China Sea again, US Defense Secretary Ash Carter said in a speech on Saturday, although he gave no timeline for any such actions....

    Pics: Forbes lists movers and shakers
    Nov05

    Pics: Forbes lists movers and shakers

    The 73 most powerful people in the world have been named by Forbes – and the list features several business luminaries. ||| New York – Barack Obama on Wednesday became the first sitting US president to slide out of the top two power rankings as published by Forbes, beaten not just by Vladimir Putin but also Angela Merkel.The magazine...

    Mystery of Sinai crash plane deepens
    Nov04

    Mystery of Sinai crash plane deepens

    The absence of a distress call from the pilots and “unusual” sounds may indicate that whatever happened took place suddenly. ||| Moscow/ Cairo/ New York – Moments before the Metrojet Airbus passenger jet crashed into the Sinai desert, killing 224 people, unusual sounds were heard from within the cockpit then a flash of light was detected in...

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