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Leading Scientists Claim Ferret Experiments Could Lead to a H5N1 Bird Flu Pandemic

Some of the world's most eminent scientists have severely criticised the arguments used by some influenza researchers who are trying to make the H5N1 bird-flu virus more dangerous to humans by repeatedly infecting laboratory ferrets.

More than 50 senior scientists from 14 countries, including three Nobel laureates and several fellows of the Royal Society, have written to the European Commission denouncing claims that the ferret experiments…

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Cannabis plants are sprouting up all over a German town after pro-marijuana supporters planted…

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Canada’s Royal Mounted Police exploited rising flood waters in the…

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Assad preparing missile strike against Tel Aviv in case attacked again

According to the report, Syria was deploying advanced Tishreen missiles which are capable of carrying a half-ton warhead. Read More »

Netanyahu to Putin: ‘Your missile sales to Assad could trigger war’

PM says sophisticated S-300 system has no relevance for Syrian regime’s civil-war battles, but that its delivery by Moscow could prompt an Israeli response, Channel 2 reports Read More »

Huge earthquake hits Iran, hundreds feared dead

All communications in the area have been cut, the Iranian Red Crescent's Mahmoud Mozaffar told state television. Rescue teams have been dispatched to the affected area, he said. Read More »

Jelly Like Organisms Appear After Meteor Shower Baffling Scientist

RSPB officials said the slime bore the appearance of "something living" - and the public have been warned not to touch any of the pools of slime. Read More »

North Korea Tells South to Prepare for Final Destruction

North Korea threatened South Korea with "final destruction" during a debate at the United Nations Conference on Disarmament on Tuesday, saying it could take further steps after a nuclear test last week. Read More »

Britain is protecting the biggest heroin crop of all time

In six years, the occupation has wrought one massive transformation in Afghanistan Read More »

27 Dead, Army Deployed In Egypt as Riots Ensue

Twenty-seven people have been killed, including two police, and 250 injured during clashes in Egypt’s Port Said. Read More »

German activists start campaign to destroy surveillance cameras

German activists are attempting to destroy security cameras in anticipation of the European Police Congress in Berlin in February, according to Michael Ebeling Read More »

CIA drones have already killed at least 40 since the start of the year

The flurry of strikes has raised speculation that the Obama administration is accelerating attacks in the wake of the 2014 withdrawal from Afghanistan, in fear of losing the capacity to carry them out. Read More »

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