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Blasts in St Petersburg metro stations kill 10

Blasts in St Petersburg metro stations kill 10

At least 10 people were killed in explosions in two train carriages at metro stations in St. Petersburg on Monday, Russian authorities said. One of the blasts was caused by a bomb filled with shrapnel.

Weak exports curb US fourth quarter economic growth rebounds

Weak exports curb US fourth quarter economic growth rebounds

US economic growth slowed sharply in the fourth quarter as a plunge in shipments of soybeans weighed on exports, but steady consumer spending and rising business investment suggested the economy would continue to expand.

Nintendo reboots with new Switch game console

Nintendo reboots with new Switch game console

Nintendo unveiled its new Switch game console on Friday, which works both at home and on-the-go, as it tries to offset disappointing Wii U sales and compete with Sony's big-selling PlayStation 4.

Man in wheelchair robs Croatian bank

Man in wheelchair robs Croatian bank

A Croatian man in a wheelchair robbed a bank after passers-by helped him to enter the premises, local media reported Friday.

AirAsia boss names Emirates as a role model for aviation hubs

AirAsia boss names Emirates as a role model for aviation hubs

Tony Fernandes, Group CEO of Asia’s largest and most successful budget airline AirAsia.

Turkey airport police hunt militants heading to Syria

Turkey airport police hunt militants heading to Syria

Everything seems normal as the passengers stream out of a routine flight from a Middle Eastern country after landing at a major Turkish international airport.

Hamid’s delayed arrival leads to Taj Mahal chaos

Hamid’s delayed arrival leads to Taj Mahal chaos

Hundreds of tourists who had purchased entry tickets to visit the Taj Mahal were left in the lurch, when they had to return...

 Govt says military campaign in key city ‘over’

Govt says military campaign in key city ‘over’

A military campaign against gunmen opposed to peace talks ended yesterday with close to 500 rebels killed or captured and nearly 200 hostages freed in a key southern city, the army said.