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Blood, Sweat And Accessories: Artist Recycles Bodily Fluids For Fashion

Pic: ReutersLONDON: Struggling to make your fashion more personal? No sweat. A London fashion student can help you decorate your attire with crystal accessories formed from your bodily excretions.

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Plastic Waste Washes Up On Australia's Distant Shores, Rings Change At The Checkout

Pic: ReutersSYDNEY: On the palm-fringed beaches of Christmas Island, a speck of land in the Indian Ocean between Australia and Indonesia, plastic waste is piling up on the white sand and killing marine life.

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Chasing Shadows: Can Technology Save The Slaves It Snared?

Pic: ReutersLONDON: For Filipina teenager Ruby, a Facebook message offering a job in a cyber cafe across the country seemed too good to be true.

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Speeding To Auction Record? 1962 Ferrari Could Fetch $45 Million

Pic: ReutersA 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO road racing car is expected to fetch more than $45 million (34.15 million pounds) at auction in August, making it the most valuable car ever to be offered for public sale.

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UK's Prince Louis To Be Christened Next Month, Palace Says

Pic: ReutersLONDON: Prince Louis, the third child of Britain’s Prince William and wife Kate, will be christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury next month, Kensington Palace said on Wednesday.

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Music Fans Mark 70 Years Since First LP As Vinyl Enjoys Revival

Pic: ReutersLONDON: In the basement of the British Library, curator Andy Linehan inspects the latest addition to a massive archive of wax cylinders, cassettes, LPs and CDs - a vinyl record that made musical history.

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North Korean Side Of DMZ Sounds Quieter Now, Even Peaceful

PANMUNJOM, North Korea — Lt. Col. Hwang Myong Jin has been a guide on the northern side of the Demilitarized Zone that divides the two Koreas for five years. He says it’s gotten quieter here since the summits between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and the presidents of South Korea and the United States, in perhaps the last place on Earth where the Cold War still burns hot.

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What Are Today's Headlines?

The English dailies put a spotlight on former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's interview with Reuters where he denies his involvement in the 1MDB scandal, the reopening of Altantuya Shaariibuu's murder case and investigations into Teoh Beng Hock's death, and the impending end to the Tun-phoria.

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Senegal And Japan Fans Praised For Cleaning Up Stadium After Match

Pic: TwitterThere were jubilant scenes among Senegal fans on Tuesday after their side secured a 2-1 victory over Poland in their World Cup opener, in the process becoming the first African team to win at this year’s tournament in Russia.

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New Parents Get Less Than Five Hours Sleep Per Night, Study Claims

New parents will get just four hours and 44 minutes of sleep in an average night during the first year of their baby's life, it has emerged.

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