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International News for May 10, 2010

America endangered by the menace of homegrown terrorism
Authorities in the United States are no longer dismissing the possibility of indigenous US terrorists as hypothetical. The discovery of the Times Square bomber, Faisal Shahzad, a US citizen of Pakistani origin, has come as a rude reality check. ANI

Terrorism must be opposed and crushed, KNP
Supreme Council of Kashmir National Party met in Watford, England to discuss issues related to the Kashmiri struggle and the KNP. ANI

Clinton says she shares a great relationship with Obama
US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton claims she shares camaraderie with former political opponent President Barack Obama. She also speaks of her amazement when offered the job. ANI

Flame-spewing squirts, Judgements helped UK win Somme battle
The mystery behind Britains relatively fewer collateral losses during the capture of German trenches in Somme has finally been unravelled. The British employed flame spewing 56ft long, 2.5 tonne machines called Squirts, and Judgements to secure the World War One victory. ANI

Little Pakistan fear backlash over Pak Talibans links with failed Times Square bomber
Hundreds of people of Pakistani origin living in Brooklyns Coney Island Avenue, which is often referred a little Pakistan, are worried about backlashes against them following US Attorney General Eric Holders remarks that the Pakistan Taliban was behind the May 1 botched Times Square bombing plot. ANI

Laura Bush found stay at White House stressful, felt relieved to be out
Former US First Lady Laura Bush says that her post-White House days have been quite liberating. The Bush family have had to weather many a storm at the White House, the biggest of them being the 9/11 attacks. ANI

Sydney couple forced five women to live in conditions of slavery
It has emerged that a couple from Sydney forced five women to live in conditions of slavery, and made them work more than 100 hours per week, even if they were sick. ANI

Brit woman in jail after Fatal Attraction-style attack on ex who spurned her
A jilted British woman has landed herself behind bars after she knifed her former boyfriend in the g*n for rejecting her bid to bed him after their four-year romance ended. ANI

Hindu statesman Zed launches Global Council on Environment to better the universe around us
A new global environment advocacy organization has been launched to preserve, protect and better the universe around us. ANI

Obama urges Hampton students to use education for public good
US President Barack Obama told students at the historical African-American Hampton University, to utilize their education not just to secure gainful employment but also contribute towards the greater public good. ANI

City Council of George Lucass hometown to open with a Hindu prayer
City Council of Modesto, surrounded by some of the richest farmland in USA, will reverberate with Sanskrit mantras from ancient Hindu scriptures on May eleven. ANI

Nepal PM wont resign unless army integration issue is settled
Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepals political advisor Raghuji Panta has said Nepal will not step down until there is an agreement on the integration of Maoist combatants with the Nepal Army. ANI

Patient, doc knocked out by giant lamp during surgery
It has emerged that a hospital patient woke up requiring more surgery than he bargained for after a giant lamp fell on him as he underwent surgery. ANI

US to attack extremists on Pak soil if it doesnt do so itself: ex-CIA official
With the US authorities almost certain that the confessed Time Square bomber Faisal Shahzad was trained by the Tehreeke-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton giving Islamabad the most stringent warning of them all till date, President Barack Obama is likely to tell the Pakistani leadership that they have got very little or no choice but to launch assault against extremists in their stronghold North Waziristan. ANI

Miss USA pageant officials face ire for posting racy pics of 2010 contestants
Overtly sexy pictures of Miss USA pageant contestants have ruffled quite a few feathers. Pageant officials are facing a lot of flak for posting these provocative pictures of participants. ANI

Some people in Pakistan Government know where Osama and Mullah Omar are: Clinton
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said that there are people in the Pakistan Government who know the whereabouts of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Omar. ANI

Unknown couples 1850s watercolour blog sold for 3,750 pounds
Two watercolour journals of an unknown couples European holidays have raked in a huge 3,750 pounds at an auction in London. ANI

Barack Obamas warning against iPod, Xbox
US President Barack Obama has criticized new forms of technology, such as the iPod and the Xbox. ANI

Brit cops arrest yob in Snoopy costume as tries to break into jail
Cops in the UK have arrested a man who was trying to break into a prison after slipping into a Snoopy costume. ANI

Illiterate, single Indian mum reveals how she raised her 8 kids in Malaysia
A single, unemployed Indian mother in Malaysia who was illiterate and could not speak Malay or English has opened up about how she managed to raise her 8 children. ANI

Householder uses Sherlock Holmes detective trick to nab thief
A burglary victim caught a thief who ransacked his house using a trick he read in Sherlock Holmes, the famous detective series. ANI

Oz mother prostitutes 12-year-old daughter to pay off debts
A woman sold her 12-year-old daughter for sex to pay off her home loan, in Tasmania. ANI

South Africa bolsters security to keep hooligans out of FIFA World Cup
South African authorities have set up various special cells and accelerated judicial processes in order to keep European hooligans at bay during the upcoming FIFA World Cup to be hosted by the country. ANI

Many western youth wanting to join jihad after failed Times Square bombing: Taliban
The bungled Times Square bombing plot has actually helped the Taliban gain wide scale publicity which has resulted in more and more youngsters like Faisal Shahzad wanting to join the jihad (holy war) against the west, a top Afghan Taliban leader has said. ANI

Missing Indian youngster probably dead: New Zealand police
Police are yet to trace Srikanth Rayadurgam, an Indian youngster who has been missing since October 1st, leading them to conclude that he is probably dead. ANI

Brit womans naked candyman surprise
A Brit woman was left in shock when she opened a bag of candy, only to find a two-inch pink sweet in the shape of a naked man holding his midget gems.yz Parker, 23, found the naughty jelly candy in a bag of Candy King she got at Tesco Home Plus in Staines, Middlesex. ANI

Malaysian man threatens to kill wife for being slow in cooking noodles
A Malaysian man became so furious, when her wife was slow in preparing a bowl of instant noodles for him, that he cut her dress into pieces with an axe and also threatened to kill her. ANI

Sarah Ferguson in 20K pounds legal battle
Sarah Ferguson is facing a 20,000-pound lawsuit for failing to stop a controversial book from hitting bookstores. ANI

Now, boots to fit cankles
A Melbourne-based designer has created boots for people with larger calves and ankles. ANI

Scotland dominates list of worlds top 100 drinks brands
Scotland has bagged sixteen positions in a list of the worlds top 100 drinks brands. ANI

PPP not scared by Musharrafs last bullet in pistol: General Secretary
Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) General Secretary Jehangir Badar has challenged former President General Pervez Musharraf to face the probe being conducted into former Prime Minister Benazir Bhuttos assassination if he wants to comeback in countrys politics, saying the party is not scared by his one last bullet in pistol. ANI

Britains youngest voter explains why he broke the law
A teen, who voted in the UK General Election 2010 despite being underage by four years, has opened up about his experience. ANI

Dating website to help cheat on cheaters launched in Australia
After the emergence of dating websites that encourage infidelity in Australia, another one has been launched to encourage cheated women to cheat back. ANI

Brit woman jailed for kissing a man publicly slams Dubai hypocrisy
A British woman, who was jailed for kissing a man in public in Dubai, has dubbed its strict decency laws as being full of hypocrisy. ANI

Lib Dems, Tories may agree on economic deal to reassure markets
In what could be a decisive factor leading to the formation of a coalition in the House of Commons, Nick Clegg and David Cameron are close to agreeing to an economic deal. ANI

Banned JeM organising rallies, holding sermons in Karachi mosque: Report
Despite being banned the Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM), the terror group with which Faisal Shahzad, the confessed Times Square bomber is said to have close links, is operating freely in Pakistan with its leaders holding rallies and delivering inciting lectures and sermons without any check. ANI

Brit women too busy to take care of themselves
A new survey has revealed that British women do not have time to care for their looks. They barely exercise and almost always resort to takeaway meals. ANI

US may amend Miranda Rights for effective interrogation
After facing flak over providing Miranda Rights to Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad, the Obama administration is in the process of framing a law that would enable investigators to question terror suspects without informing them of their rights. ANI

Times Square bombers mentor was let off at JFK airport
Yemen-based terror suspect Anwar Awlaki, who is said to be the mentor of the Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad, was inexplicably let off at New Yorks John F Kennedy airport eight years ago after being apprehended for passport fraud. The Congress is now investigating the circumstances behind his release. ANI

Sarah Palin, director Oliver Stone caught in handshaking row
While Sarah Palin insists in her memoir Going Rogue, that she never shook hands with Oliver Stone, the filmmaker insists that he did shake hands with her when they first met. ANI

Nepal Maoists say talks only after PM resigns
The Unified CPN (Maoist) has decided that it will only sit for talks with the government and ruling parties after Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal resigns. ANI

Pak intelligence agencies warns of attack on security agencies in Punjab
Pakistans intelligence agencies have warned about militants planning to target law enforcement agencies in Punjab using stolen vehicles. ANI

Times Square bomber not Pakistani but naturalised American citizen: Qureshi
Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that Faisal Shahzad, the man accused of plotting the botched Times Square bombing, is not a resident of his country but a naturalised American citizen. ANI

Pak security forces kill over 43 Taliban in separate clashes in FATA
Over 43 extremists have been killed in separate operations conducted by Pakistan security forces across the Federally Administered Tribal Areas over the last 24 hours. ANI

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson has the hots for David Cameron!
English socialite Tara Palmer-Tomkinson is obsessed with the leader of UKs Conservative Party, David Cameron. ANI

Prince Harry mourns beloved ponys death
Prince Harry is shattered over the death of his pony, Drizzle, who died of a heart attack during a polo match. ANI

Silvio Berlusconi agrees to divorce second wife
Italian Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi, has reportedly agreed on a divorce settlement with his second wife/actress Veronica Lario. ANI

Pak man with batteries, electrical circuit hidden in shoes arrested at Karachi airport
A suspected bomber was arrested at the Jinnah International Airport here after batteries and electrical circuits were found concealed in his shoes after a thorough check-up following a scanner alarm. ANI

SiBEAM Announces World's First Dual Mode WirelessHD/WiGig RF Transceiver and Development Kit
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WirelessHD™ Next Generation Standard Now Available
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Complinet: New Vessel Compliance Screening Service Protects Firms from Chartering Sanctioned Vessels
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FirstRain Announces Game-Changing Intelligent Business Search
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S+S Separation and Sorting Technology Against Isolated Solutions in the Meat Industry
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LexisNexis Adds Full-Text Patent Records from ‘BRIC’ Countries to its TotalPatent Global Database Research Service
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