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Friday, 29 June 2012

Pulpen ♥

ne lagu kena ajar oleh teman2 t'syg iatu gerly and classmate yg lain . btw . nice song :)

Thursday, 28 June 2012

Friends are my world , asdfghjkl ;)


Cool Pictures Of Tumblr :)

Today , what we going to learn is to know cool pictures of tumblr , asdfghjkl .

this pictures is awesome >.<
perfect timing 




Alyph Sleeq :)

this guy is killing me >.< hahaa
Like his song so much :P



Alyph and Sharif :)
love them so much :D
SleeQ Movement 


Type Of Tumblr Girl :)






Stay with me ? zzz

I dont really believes with everlasting love anymore  , want to know why ?

 I'm just tired of being disappointed. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. 

I just trust too much on those relationship , so that can hurt me so much .
Just want you all to know that im not getting to serious about love anymore .
Im tired of getting sad and others shits feelings . :D
Great  feelings u have  if you and your couple trust each others , love one another ,
no cheating , keep on protect those relationship and others wonderful things that make u happy about your relationship . But for me , I dont believes that types of relationship exist . lol . Shame on me because cant get what other girl get huh .
Well , I just want to be me . That is myself , forget about the past :) Maybe I'll try
to accept it slowly again . I'll try :3


Types Of BEES :P

i hate bees , these are some types of bees that i've found .


The genus Apis
n general when we say honey bees, normally we are referring specifically to the Western Hive bees (Apis mellifera L). In a strict sense this is not correct, honey bees are actually a genus (Apis) and are consisted of several different species. In the following I will describe briefly the biology of other honey bees. Throughout the chapter, scientific name in Latin will be used to refer specifically to different species. A Latin name consists of two parts: the first (capitalized) refers to the genus and the 2nd (not capitalized) refers to the species. In some cases when the reader knows the genus, it is shortened to one letter, for example, Apis mellifera, can be written as A. mellifera. Sometimes a subspecies (or race) is indicated, adding a third part to the latin name, for example, Apis mellifera ligustica.

                                                                  
The giant honey bees



                                                                            


The giant honey bees used to have only one species, Apis dorsata. Apis dorsata workers are bout 17-19 mm (nearly 1 inch) long, and nest in the open, they make a single comb, usually on a tree branch and is 6-10 ft across (2-3 meters) and usually 10-60 ft (3-20 meters) from the ground. Drone cells are the same size as worker cells, so in this species, the drones are only slightly larger compared to workers. Workers can also forage at night when there is full moon. Interestingly, when worker perform dances at night, they indicate the actual position of the sun (i.e. on the other side of the globe)! These bees are tropical and found in China, India, Malaysia, and Thailand. In most places they migrate seasonally. There are now recent evidence showing that these bees actually come back to the same nest site, even though most, if not all, the original workers might be replaced in the process — it is a mystery how the bees retain the memory. Apis laboriosa is very similar in morphology and behavior to A. dorsata and was recognized around 1985. A. laboriosa is generally darker and often nest under indenting rocks. Honey from both species are hunted by local people but not ‘kept’ as Apis mellifera. Bees are generally much more aggressive compared to mellifera. A parasite of A. dorsata, Tropilaeleps clarae, has switched host from dorsata to A. mellifera in China and India and is causing a large damage to the beekeeping industry.


                                                             The dwarf honey bees
Apis florea used to be the only species of the dwarf honey bee, but now it is recognized that there is a separate species of bees, Apis andreniformisApis florea is more reddish and the first abdomen is always red in an old worker (younger workers are paler in color, as is the case in the giant honey bees), while A. andreniformis is in general darker and the first abdomen segment is totally black in old bees. Both are about 10 mm long and about half the size of the regular Western hive bees. The dwarf honey bees also are open nesting and construct a single comb on a tree branch, but much smaller in scale compared to dorsata. The comb is usually not more than a feet (30 cm) across, and the nest is usually within the reach of a person (4-6 ft, or 1.5-2 meters). Foragers dance on a flat platform on top of the nest and point to the food source directly. The drones are much bigger than workers in both cell size and body size





                                                          The eastern hive bees
The eastern hive bees was originally considered to be one species, Apis cerana, which is distributed in China, India, Japan, Malaysia, Nepal, and other Asian countries. In the last 10 years also, this was further recognized to be consisted of several new species. They are Apis nigrocincta, Apis koschevnikovi and Apis nuluensis. The distinction among the species is too technical to be covered here and one needs to examine male genitalia and DNA sequences to tell them apart. The new species are more restricted in their distribution around Malaysia and the Philipians. Apis cenara is of similar size to Apis mellifera or slightly smaller (sometimes much smaller — I have seen ones in Thailand only a bit larger than the florea), and is cavity nesting. It has been used for beekeeping in many countries such as China and Japan. China, for example, has 2 million colonies of A. cerana, some of that number still in traditional tree hives or in wooden boxes with fixed frames. The honey yield is usually smaller (10-20 kg per colony) due to its smaller colony size. Workers perform the ‘cleaning dance’ more often and groom each other more rigorously, perhaps a reason why Varroa does not cause much damage in this bee (but see later discussions of different species of Varroa mites), which is the original host of the parasite. Workers do not re-use old wax as often and therefore their brood capping looks much lighter compared to those of A. mellifera, they usually tore down old combs and build new wax constanly. In A. cerana, workers also ventilate their hive with their head toward outside (opposite of Western bees which fan with their head toward entrance). A. cerana also defend against a giant Asian wasp by forming a cluster around the enemy, and producing heat (around 45C) to literally ‘cook’ the wasp to death.

                                                     



                                                     Other races of honey bees




A. mellifera has 24 different races. Winston (1978) gave a good overview of various races and I will only cover the most common ones. A. mellifera ligustica is the so called "Italian" bees and is perhaps the most common bees kept, although by and large, most bees kept in North America has become a mix of ligustica and a few other races. The Italian bees are golden yellow and winters in large population, with a high consumption of honey during the winter. A. mellifera scutellata is the African bee, which was introduced to the Brazil in 1957. This race is the most defensive race among all honey bees and will mass attack a human or animal with 500 to 5000 stings. Other races almost never do that. With that many stings a person will die (even if not allergic) due to venom toxicity, if not treated medically right away. A. mellifera carnica (Carniolan bees) are also widely bred and used in North America due to their gentleness. Bees are darker and overwinter in smaller populations. A. m. capensis (Cape bees) is another African bee also causing problems in Africa. This bee has a high rate of parthenogensis so that workers can produce worker and queen offspring even though they are never mated. The workers also develop their ovaries easily and become ‘false’ queens. These features enable the cape bee workers to invade other non-Cape bee colonies, kill the queen, and become a false queen and laying mostly drone eggs but some do become workers, the workers grow up and repeat the cycle to invade more colonies, causing a large economic loss to beekeepers because the invaded colony eventual die off.






Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Miss Ennabelle

tadaa , this is me for today , not going to school today =.='
im just an ordinary girl :)

Tumblr :)

I Love Men that Can cry. To me That's a Beautiful Man. A man who's truly comfortable and confident with himself. Who isn't scared or taken aback by his own emotions and feelings, someone who isn't scared to face the fact that he's human. I like that because I enjoy my human experience and hope to find someone who can enjoy their human experience as well understanding there are ups and downs and it's ok to accept it.


this is really true :)

When guys get jealous
it's kinda cute (':

When girls get jealous
World war III is about to start.
 
yaaa :D

Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Jesus Our Savior




 
If u are Christian , hear this song .


Today My Life Begins :)


Today My Life Begins

I've been working hard so long
seems like pain has been my only friend
my fragile heart's been done so wrong
I wondered if I'd ever heal again

Ohh just like all the seasons never stay the same
All around me I can feel a change (Ohh)

I will break these chains that bind me, happiness will find me
leave the past behind me, today my life begins,
a whole new world is waiting It's mine for the taking,
I know I can make it, today my life begins

Yesterday has come and gone
and I've learned how to leave it where it is
and I see that I was wrong
for ever doubting I could win

Ohh just like all the seasons never stay the same
All around me I can feel a change (ohh)

I will break these chains that bind me, happiness will find me,
leave the past behind me, today my life begins
a whole new world is waiting it's mine for the taking
I know I can make it, today my life begins

life's too short to have regrets
so I'm learning now to leave it in the past and try to forget
only have one life to live
so you better make the best of it

I will break these chains that bind me, happiness will find me
leave the past behind me, today my life begins,
a whole new world is waiting it's mine for the taking
I know I can make it, today my life begins

I will break these chains that bind me, happiness will find me,
leave the past behind me, today my life begins,
a whole new world is waiting it's mine for the taking
I know I can make it, today my life begins,
today my life begins...

Enjoy this song :D




World Breaking News

Hey , here are some world breaking news to guys who want to read :)


12:34PM

Nora Ephron, writer-filmmaker, dies at 71

Nora Ephron, the essayist, author and filmmaker who challenged and thrived in the male-dominated worlds of movies and journalism and was loved, respected and feared for her wit, has died of leukaemia. She was 71.
12:22PM

Drug abuse kills tens of thousands: UN

Illegal drug abuse worldwide is stagnant but still kills about 200,000 people a year, the UN's drug-fighting agency says in a new report.
12:04PM

Megan Fox 'snapped with visible baby bump'

MEGAN Fox was snapped relaxing with husband, Brian Austin Green, looking very pregnant in a bikini top and flowing skirt, People Magazine reported.
11:58AM

UK dad critical after Lamborghini flips off highway

A MAN who hired a Lamborghini for his son's 21st birthday was critically injured when he spectacularly crashed the high-speed sports car in northwest England.
11:52AM

Tourist dies in horse-drawn carriage accident

A TOURIST has died in a horse-drawn carriage accident on a UK island where cars are banned.
11:51AM

World powers still split on Syria talks

Russia and the United States are locked in a high-stakes diplomatic stand-off over how to end Syria's bloody civil war, as hopes fade that crunch talks will be held later this week.
11:49AM

Google teaching computers to mimic brain

Google says it's dabbling with getting computers to simulate the learning process of the human brain as one of the unusual projects for researchers in its X Lab.
11:33AM

Life in prison for killer who 'wanted a better view'

A CANADIAN serial killer has been sentenced to life in prison for bludgeoning his two former wives to death with a rock, and killing his neighbour for her apartment with "a better view".
11:23AM

Putin 'at loss' after street naming

Russian President Vladimir Putin says he's "at a bit of a loss" that a street was named after him in Bethlehem, revered by Christians as the birthplace of Jesus.
11:23AM

Detained medics tortured, killed in Syria

Amnesty International says three medics have been tortured and killed in Syria a week after their arrest in the city of Aleppo in what it said was an "appalling disregard" for the profession.
11:00AM

German court rules religious circumcision an assault

CIRCUMCISING young boys on religious grounds amounts to grievous bodily harm, a German court ruled today, in a landmark decision that the Jewish community said trampled on parents' religious rights.
10:56AM

Jersey threatens UK split

The Channel Island of Jersey could consider independence from Britain due to a clampdown on its financial industry, a senior island minister has warned.
10:17AM

Suu Kyi holds no grudges against jailers

Burma's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi says she holds no grudges against the military regime that kept her under house arrest for 15 years and, instead, views it as a group she can work with as the country moves toward democracy.
10:17AM

Assad says Syria 'in a state of war'

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says his country is in state of war and has ordered his new cabinet to crush the anti-regime uprising as Turkey vowed to retaliate over the downing of one of its jets.
10:17AM

African Kony hunters need boots, food

An African force hunting Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebel leader Joseph Kony needs boots, uniforms and food, international envoys say.
10:17AM

Greek subway work unearths ancient road

Archaeologists in Greece's second-largest city have uncovered a 70-metre section of an ancient road built by the Romans that was the city's main travel artery nearly 2000 years ago.
10:15AM

Mexico doctors remove child's 15kg tumour

Mexican doctors say they have successfully removed a 15kg benign tumour from a two-year-old boy.
10:07AM

Emancipation Proclamation sells for $2m

A rare original copy of President Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation ordering the freeing of slaves has sold at a New York auction for more than $US2 million.
10:07AM

150 natives occupy Amazon dam construction

More than 150 indigenous people are occupying one of the construction sites for the huge Belo Monte hydro-electric dam across the Xingu River in the Brazilian Amazon, a local spokesman said on Tuesday.
9:55AM

Few prosecuted over Haiti rapes: UN

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, June 26 AP - The prosecution of rape cases in Haiti remains bogged down, and justice is rarely served, the United Nations mission in the impoverished country says.
9:53AM

Videla denies Argentine baby thefts

Former Argentine dictator Jorge Rafael Videla has denied his government stole babies from women who were detained and then executed during the country's 1976-1983 dictatorship.
9:53AM

US testing free rapid AIDS testing

US health officials have set up a $US1.2 million pilot program that will offer free rapid HIV tests at pharmacies and in-store clinics in 24 cities and rural communities.
9:53AM

Teenage pregnancy deaths a global scandal

British charity Save the Children says it's a global scandal that 50,000 teenagers die each year due to pregnancy and childbirth complications.
9:50AM

Police stations attacked in Nigeria

Gunmen with explosives have attacked two police stations in the northern Nigerian city of Kano, a target of Islamist group Boko Haram, killing at least four people.
8:43AM

Court dismisses claim on Marcos assets

New York courts have dismissed the claim by victims of Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos for more than $US35 million from a US brokerage account, citing the competing claim by the Philippine government upheld by its own highest court.
8:29AM

Machinery deployed to Canada mall collapse

Canadian authorities have sent heavy machinery to a collapsed Ontario shopping mall in the hope of digging out a possible survivor trapped for three days in the rubble.
7:54AM

Queen prays in N Ireland

THE Queen has prayed with Catholic and Protestant leaders from across Northern Ireland as this long-divided land demonstrated its rising faith in a shared future - and braced for a peacemaking milestone that has been a quarter-century in the making.
7:44AM

Man 'ate dog while high on synthetic pot'

A TEXAS man is facing animal cruelty charges after police said he ate a dog while high on synthetic marijuana.
7:14AM

Voice runners-up secure record deals

SARAH De Bono, Darren Percival and Rachael Leahcar will release their singles on Friday.
6:30AM

'Suspicious' blast kills toddler

A SUSPECTED gas explosion has reduced a house to smoking rubble, killed a 2-year-old boy and left a man seriously burned in northwest England overnight, police and rescue workers said.
6:16AM

Jews arrested for Holocaust museum vandalism

ISRAELI police arrested three Jewish men suspected of spraying graffiti thanking Hitler for the Holocaust at Jerusalem's Yad Vashem Holocaust museum earlier this month, a spokesman said today.
5:50AM

Tunisia consul's home bombed

UNKNOWN assailants have thrown a homemade bomb at the home of the Tunisian consul in the Libyan capital, causing some damage but no casualties, officials and witnesses said.
5:41AM

Sting targets online financial fraud

DOZENS of people in four continents have been arrested in an elaborate sting targeting a black market for online financial fraud, federal officials in New York said.
4:56AM

German court bans religious circumcision

CIRCUMCISIONS of young boys on religious grounds should be considered as grievous bodily harm, a German court has said, in a landmark ruling that clears up a grey area for doctors.
4:53AM

Greek government hit by fresh resignation

A SECOND Greek Cabinet member has resigned in two days, the latest casualty for the financially struggling country's new conservative-led government.
4:50AM

Egypt court rules against military

AN Egyptian court has suspended a government decision allowing military police and intelligence to arrest civilians, a setback for the country's military rulers after the decree drew an outcry from opponents who accused them of trying to impose martial law.
4:47AM

Spice Girls unite to launch musical

THE Spice Girls gave fans what they want - what they really, really want - reuniting onstage to announce the details of a musical based on their songs.
4:44AM

Forty-two Malawians suffocate in truck

FORTY-TWO immigrants from Malawi have been found dead in a truck in central Tanzania, having perished from asphyxiation, Deputy Interior Minister Pereira Silima said.
1:26AM

Rapper 50 Cent hospitalised after car crash

A MACK truck rear-ended rapper 50 Cent's car, sending him to the hospital with possible neck and back injuries.
12:55AM

Turkey dubs Syria clear threat; will retaliate

TURKEY branded its former ally Syria "a clear and imminent threat" today as Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan vented his fury.
11:44PM

Bid to reform UK's upper house

Britain's government says it is making a new attempt to drastically overhaul Britain's 700-year-old upper chamber of Parliament, the House of Lords.
10:43PM

Koreas suffer worst drought in a century

KOHYON-RI, North Korea, June 26 AP - North Korea has dispatched soldiers to pour buckets of water on parched fields as the worst dry spell in a century grips the Korean Peninsula.
10:38PM

Turkey tells Syria the rules have changed

Turkey's prime minister has threatened that the "rules of engagement" with Syria have changed.
10:21PM

14 soldiers jailed for Serbia war crimes

A Serb war crimes court has sentenced 14 former Serbian soldiers to between four and 20 years in prison for the killing of 70 Croatian villagers in 1991.
9:45PM

Land mines kill 73 Yemen civilians

Landmines planted by al-Qaeda militants before they fled from key strongholds in Yemen have killed 73 civilians over the past week, officials say.

12:34PM

Nora Ephron, writer-filmmaker, dies at 71

Nora Ephron, the essayist, author and filmmaker who challenged and thrived in the male-dominated worlds of movies and journalism and was loved, respected and feared for her wit, has died of leukaemia. She was 71.
12:22PM

Drug abuse kills tens of thousands: UN

Illegal drug abuse worldwide is stagnant but still kills about 200,000 people a year, the UN's drug-fighting agency says in a new report.
12:04PM

Megan Fox 'snapped with visible baby bump'

MEGAN Fox was snapped relaxing with husband, Brian Austin Green, looking very pregnant in a bikini top and flowing skirt, People Magazine reported.
11:58AM

UK dad critical after Lamborghini flips off highway

A MAN who hired a Lamborghini for his son's 21st birthday was critically injured when he spectacularly crashed the high-speed sports car in northwest England.
11:52AM

Tourist dies in horse-drawn carriage accident

A TOURIST has died in a horse-drawn carriage accident on a UK island where cars are banned.
11:51AM

World powers still split on Syria talks

Russia and the United States are locked in a high-stakes diplomatic stand-off over how to end Syria's bloody civil war, as hopes fade that crunch talks will be held later this week.
11:49AM

Google teaching computers to mimic brain

Google says it's dabbling with getting computers to simulate the learning process of the human brain as one of the unusual projects for researchers in its X Lab.
11:33AM

Life in prison for killer who 'wanted a better view'

A CANADIAN serial killer has been sentenced to life in prison for bludgeoning his two former wives to death with a rock, and killing his neighbour for her apartment with "a better view".
11:23AM

Putin 'at loss' after street naming

Russian President Vladimir Putin says he's "at a bit of a loss" that a street was named after him in Bethlehem, revered by Christians as the birthplace of Jesus.
11:23AM

Detained medics tortured, killed in Syria

Amnesty International says three medics have been tortured and killed in Syria a week after their arrest in the city of Aleppo in what it said was an "appalling disregard" for the profession.
11:00AM

German court rules religious circumcision an assault

CIRCUMCISING young boys on religious grounds amounts to grievous bodily harm, a German court ruled today, in a landmark decision that the Jewish community said trampled on parents' religious rights.
10:56AM

Jersey threatens UK split

The Channel Island of Jersey could consider independence from Britain due to a clampdown on its financial industry, a senior island minister has warned.
10:17AM

Suu Kyi holds no grudges against jailers

Burma's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi says she holds no grudges against the military regime that kept her under house arrest for 15 years and, instead, views it as a group she can work with as the country moves toward democracy.
10:17AM

Assad says Syria 'in a state of war'

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says his country is in state of war and has ordered his new cabinet to crush the anti-regime uprising as Turkey vowed to retaliate over the downing of one of its jets.
10:17AM

African Kony hunters need boots, food

An African force hunting Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebel leader Joseph Kony needs boots, uniforms and food, international envoys say.
10:17AM

Greek subway work unearths ancient road

Archaeologists in Greece's second-largest city have uncovered a 70-metre section of an ancient road built by the Romans that was the city's main travel artery nearly 2000 years ago.
10:15AM

Mexico doctors remove child's 15kg tumour

Mexican doctors say they have successfully removed a 15kg benign tumour from a two-year-old boy.
10:07AM

Emancipation Proclamation sells for $2m

A rare original copy of President Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation ordering the freeing of slaves has sold at a New York auction for more than $US2 million.
10:07AM

150 natives occupy Amazon dam construction

More than 150 indigenous people are occupying one of the construction sites for the huge Belo Monte hydro-electric dam across the Xingu River in the Brazilian Amazon, a local spokesman said on Tuesday.
9:55AM

Few prosecuted over Haiti rapes: UN

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, June 26 AP - The prosecution of rape cases in Haiti remains bogged down, and justice is rarely served, the United Nations mission in the impoverished country says.
9:53AM

Videla denies Argentine baby thefts

Former Argentine dictator Jorge Rafael Videla has denied his government stole babies from women who were detained and then executed during the country's 1976-1983 dictatorship.
9:53AM

US testing free rapid AIDS testing

US health officials have set up a $US1.2 million pilot program that will offer free rapid HIV tests at pharmacies and in-store clinics in 24 cities and rural communities.
9:53AM

Teenage pregnancy deaths a global scandal

British charity Save the Children says it's a global scandal that 50,000 teenagers die each year due to pregnancy and childbirth complications.
9:50AM

Police stations attacked in Nigeria

Gunmen with explosives have attacked two police stations in the northern Nigerian city of Kano, a target of Islamist group Boko Haram, killing at least four people.
8:43AM

Court dismisses claim on Marcos assets

New York courts have dismissed the claim by victims of Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos for more than $US35 million from a US brokerage account, citing the competing claim by the Philippine government upheld by its own highest court.
8:29AM

Machinery deployed to Canada mall collapse

Canadian authorities have sent heavy machinery to a collapsed Ontario shopping mall in the hope of digging out a possible survivor trapped for three days in the rubble.
7:54AM

Queen prays in N Ireland

THE Queen has prayed with Catholic and Protestant leaders from across Northern Ireland as this long-divided land demonstrated its rising faith in a shared future - and braced for a peacemaking milestone that has been a quarter-century in the making.
7:44AM

Man 'ate dog while high on synthetic pot'

A TEXAS man is facing animal cruelty charges after police said he ate a dog while high on synthetic marijuana.
7:14AM

Voice runners-up secure record deals

SARAH De Bono, Darren Percival and Rachael Leahcar will release their singles on Friday.
6:30AM

'Suspicious' blast kills toddler

A SUSPECTED gas explosion has reduced a house to smoking rubble, killed a 2-year-old boy and left a man seriously burned in northwest England overnight, police and rescue workers said.
6:16AM

Jews arrested for Holocaust museum vandalism

ISRAELI police arrested three Jewish men suspected of spraying graffiti thanking Hitler for the Holocaust at Jerusalem's Yad Vashem Holocaust museum earlier this month, a spokesman said today.
5:50AM

Tunisia consul's home bombed

UNKNOWN assailants have thrown a homemade bomb at the home of the Tunisian consul in the Libyan capital, causing some damage but no casualties, officials and witnesses said.
5:41AM

Sting targets online financial fraud

DOZENS of people in four continents have been arrested in an elaborate sting targeting a black market for online financial fraud, federal officials in New York said.
4:56AM

German court bans religious circumcision

CIRCUMCISIONS of young boys on religious grounds should be considered as grievous bodily harm, a German court has said, in a landmark ruling that clears up a grey area for doctors.
4:53AM

Greek government hit by fresh resignation

A SECOND Greek Cabinet member has resigned in two days, the latest casualty for the financially struggling country's new conservative-led government.
4:50AM

Egypt court rules against military

AN Egyptian court has suspended a government decision allowing military police and intelligence to arrest civilians, a setback for the country's military rulers after the decree drew an outcry from opponents who accused them of trying to impose martial law.
4:47AM

Spice Girls unite to launch musical

THE Spice Girls gave fans what they want - what they really, really want - reuniting onstage to announce the details of a musical based on their songs.
4:44AM

Forty-two Malawians suffocate in truck

FORTY-TWO immigrants from Malawi have been found dead in a truck in central Tanzania, having perished from asphyxiation, Deputy Interior Minister Pereira Silima said.
1:26AM

Rapper 50 Cent hospitalised after car crash

A MACK truck rear-ended rapper 50 Cent's car, sending him to the hospital with possible neck and back injuries.
12:55AM

Turkey dubs Syria clear threat; will retaliate

TURKEY branded its former ally Syria "a clear and imminent threat" today as Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan vented his fury.
11:44PM

Bid to reform UK's upper house

Britain's government says it is making a new attempt to drastically overhaul Britain's 700-year-old upper chamber of Parliament, the House of Lords.
10:43PM

Koreas suffer worst drought in a century

KOHYON-RI, North Korea, June 26 AP - North Korea has dispatched soldiers to pour buckets of water on parched fields as the worst dry spell in a century grips the Korean Peninsula.
10:38PM

Turkey tells Syria the rules have changed

Turkey's prime minister has threatened that the "rules of engagement" with Syria have changed.
10:21PM

14 soldiers jailed for Serbia war crimes

A Serb war crimes court has sentenced 14 former Serbian soldiers to between four and 20 years in prison for the killing of 70 Croatian villagers in 1991.
9:45PM

Land mines kill 73 Yemen civilians

Landmines planted by al-Qaeda militants before they fled from key strongholds in Yemen have killed 73 civilians over the past week, officials say.
9:39PM

Thai pair re-enact killing Australian

Two Thai men have faced the wrath of an angry mob while showing police how they killed an Australian travel agent.
9:13PM

Queen arrives in Northern Ireland

Queen Elizabeth II has begun a two-day trip to Northern Ireland.
7:38PM

Missing forced-abortion dad phones home

The husband of a Chinese woman whose forced abortion caused an uproar has phoned home after going missing, but his family say they are facing daily harassment.
7:04PM

Is it a crime to cook one's own genitals?

POLICE investigating whether a man who cooked his own severed genitals and served them to five paying diners committed a crime.
6:55PM

Zoo director held over 'drowning of wallaby'

A US zoo director in Virginia was held on an animal cruelty charge over the death of a wallaby at the park earlier this year.
6:34PM

Syrian rebels and army clash in Damascus

Rebel forces are fighting the Syrian army in the suburbs of Damascus, a monitoring group says.
4:52PM

'Fed up' mum throws young sons to their deaths

RUSSIAN mother "decided to get rid" of her kids, aged four and seven, from her 15th-floor apartment. She threw them off.
4:42PM

Israel starts evacuating West Bank outpost

Israel has started evacuating Jewish settlers from an unauthorised West Bank outpost, following a court order to dismantle the enclave.
4:36PM

AirAsia to change Bangkok airport

AirAsia is planning to move its Bangkok operations to the city's second biggest airport, Don Mueang, by October 1, the airline says.
4:10PM

Ten dead and seven injured in Nepal crash

Ten people have been killed and seven injured in a road accident in western Nepal.
4:05PM

NZ quake volunteers overwhelmed system

Civil defence authorities had difficulty organising volunteers after the Christchurch earthquake because there were so many of them, the government says.
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China's Hu praises astronauts

Chinese President Hu Jintao has told three astronauts aboard a space capsule they have pushed forward China's space program, after they carried out the country's first manual docking.
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SKorea to suspend Iranian oil imports

South Korea says it will be forced to halt imports of Iranian oil from July because of European Union sanctions aimed at pressuring Tehran to abandon its suspected nuclear weapons program.
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UK police use App to snare rioters

British police have loaded almost 3,000 images onto a smartphone App and invited the public to help them identify people suspected of taking part in last year's London riots.
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Staff at SKorea news agency end strike

Hundreds of journalists at South Korea's leading news agency have ended a three-month strike called to demand fair reporting, free of political pressure.