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    Man reunited with kidnapped son after 24 years in China

    A Chinese man has been reunited with his kidnapped son after a 24-year search that saw him travel half a million kilometres across China on a motorbike, chasing tipoffs on

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    Man Faces 3 Months Jail for Smoking in Plane

    A Jharkhand resident has been arrested and faces up to 3 months jail or Rs one lakh fine for allegedly smoking inside the lavatory of a Ranchi bound flight. Deepak Kumar Sharma, a resident of Hazaribagh in.

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    Dubai ruler's wife flees to Europe, he writes her a furious poem in return

    Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai and one of the world’s richest men at the moment, has penned an angry poem aimed at his runaway wife and the treachery and betrayal she has put him.

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    Saudi Arabia hands over wrong dead body to Indian family

    In an embarrassing mix up, relatives of 28-year-old Rafeeq, who died of heart attack in Saudi Arabia last month, got a shock of their life when they opened the casket -- it had the body of a woman.

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    Mystery infections traced to blood-shedding religious ritual

    The practice of whipping or cutting oneself has been practised among different religious groups, most notably by a small section of Shia Muslims on the day of Ashoura. The practice is banned in Shia ruled Iran

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    Passenger aircraft returns to airport post-takeoff, after passenger forgets baby

    A Saudi airlines aircraft turned around and returned back to the airport after taking off from Jeddah after a passenger forgot her baby at the airport, Gulf News reported on Monday.

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    Man approaches police in India to find his 'stolen heart'

    Policemen in Nagpur were astounded when a youth approached them with a complaint to find his stolen heart. A senior official said that the incident took place recently in one of the police stations in Nagpur.

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    South African musician plays guitar during brain surgery

    His skull still open, a South African musician with a brain tumor played several notes on his guitar during a successful operation to remove most of the growth.

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    Ambanis of India host one of the most expensive weddings in history

    The lavish wedding of richest Indian business tycoon Mukesh Ambani's daughter Isha with Anand Piramal has cost US$ 100 million or Pakistani Rs 13.90 billion to the owner of Reliance.

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    ‘Sin Tax’ to be imposed on tobacco products in Pakistan

    Pakistan government will be imposing a ‘Sin Tax’ on all tobacco products, which is most likely to increase cigarette prices. National Health Services Minister Aamer Mehmood Khan.

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    Saudi man gets 40 lashes for threatening ex-wife on WhatsApp

    The divorced couple are held in a longstanding custody battle over their three children, due to which the ex-husband sent more than 600 threatening messages to his spouse, reports The Daily Mail.

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    US teenager baked grandfather's ashes into cookies

    A high school student mixed her cremated grandfather's ashes into homemade sugar cookies and shared them with several classmates, police in Northern California said Wednesday.

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    Pregnant wife bites off man’s tongue while kissing as he wasn’t ‘good looking’

    A 22-year-old man lost almost half of his tongue after his pregnant wife deliberately bit it off while kissing him, the police said Sunday. The incident was reported from outer Delhi's Ranhola on Saturday night.

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    As fuel prices rise in India, groom gets 5 litres of petrol as ‘wedding gift’

    The young man and his newly wedded wife were greeting guests at a marriage hall when his friends trooped in and gave him a 5-litre can as a gift, Puthiya Thalaimurai Tamil television channel reported.

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    Innocent man spends 17 years in prison for lookalike's crime

    A man who was the mirror image of a robber who served 17 years in jail for the crime he never did, now wants one million dollars in compensation for the jail time he spent, Mail Online reported.

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    Goats Can Read Your Face

    PARIS: Goats can distinguish smiling human faces from frowning ones on photos, and actively seek out snapshots of happier individuals, a study said Wednesday.

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    Man bites dog: North Koreans eat dog meat to beat the heat

    In the sizzling heat, North Korea’s biggest brewery is pumping out twice as much beer as usual, Pyongyang residents are lining up to get their “bingsu” — a syrupy treat made with shaved ice .

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    Donald Trump’s joke on Cristiano Ronaldo falls flat

    Meeting in the maelstrom of breaking news, President Donald Trump took a moment Wednesday to explain the significance of a Supreme Court vacancy to visiting Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa.

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    ‘Surgical strike by rats’, mice destroyed Rs 1.2 million at Indian ATM machine

    According to police, they received a complaint from officials of State Bank of India branch, saying they found notes worth Rs 12,38,000 in shreds in one of its ATMs on the outskirts of Tinsukia town.

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    Indian man 'sacrifices' daughter to please Almighty

    Police said 26-year-old Nawab Ali Qureshi had taken the child to a bazaar on Thursday, showered her with gifts and told her how much she meant to him. With the family resting in the terrace.

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    British man brutally stabs mother to death 'over a cup of tea'

    A British man on Wednesday confessed to stabbing his mother to death after an argument over the amount of milk in a cup of tea he made for her, Mail Online reported.

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    Saudi Red Crescent records spike in ‘physical confrontations’ during Ramadan

    Ramadan is supposed to be a time of spiritual renewal and contemplation — but in Jeddah, at least, it’s a different story as authorities struggle to deal with a dramatic spike in the number.

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    Clerics in Tajikistan recommend dam-builders skip Ramadan

    Muslim clerics in ex-Soviet Tajikistan have advised workers building what will become the world’s tallest hydroelectric dam not to observe Ramadan, echoing comments from the country’s.

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    Pak mans eyes gouged out by family for wanting to marry his choice of bride

    What should have been one of the happiest days of a love-struck man's life turned to tragedy when his father and brothers gouged his eyes out for wanting to marry a woman of his choice.

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