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S. Korea to develop unmanned research, surveillance ship
Seoul, June. 14 (BNA) -- South Korea will invest about 20 billion won (US$18.4 million) over the next five years to develop an unmanned ship and related technologies as part of efforts to enhance its maritime research and surveillance capacity, officials said Tuesday.
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Sleepless Nights Linked to Marital Strife
London, June. 14 (BNA) -- Husbands who want to enjoy a happy marriage should ensure their wives get a good night’s sleep, research suggests.
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Having a family pet 'could prevent children developing allergies'
London, June. 14 (BNA) -- Having a family pet could halve children’s chances of developing allergies to animals, research has found.
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Hackers Break into US Senate Computers
Washington, June 14 (BNA) - US officials have ordered a security review after hackers managed to break into the Senate website at the weekend.
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US Assistant Secretary of State Visits Kuwait, Tunisia and Morocco
Washington, June 14 (BNA) - US Assistant Secretary of State for Economic, Energy and Business Affairs Jose W. Fernandez will arrives in Kuwait Tuesday, as part of a trip that will take him later to Tunisia and Morocco. During his two days visit to Kuwait, Assistant Secretary Fernandez will meet with Kuwaiti government officials and private sector representatives to explore opportunities for expanding economic and commercial relations between the United States and Kuwait.
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Medvedev Arrives in Uzbekistan
Tashkent, June 14 (BNA) - Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has arrived in the Uzbek capital Tashkent for a meeting with his counterpart Islam Karimov.
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Russian Imam Killed in Dagestan
Makhachkala, June 14 (BNA) - The imam of a village mosque in Russia''s North Caucasus republic of Dagestan was shot dead on Tuesday morning, the Dagestani Interior Ministry said.
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US to Open Permanent Airbase in Poland
Warsaw, June 14 (BNA) - Poland and the United States have signed a memorandum of understanding that paves the way for a permanent US Air Force detachment on the Polish soil.
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Bill Gates Pledges $1 Billion for Child Vaccines
London ,June 14 (BNA) - Microsoft tycoon Bill Gates has pledged $1 billion to help vaccinate children around the world against preventable diseases like pneumonia.
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New Measures for Indian Haj Pilgrims
New Delhi, June 13 (BNA) - Indian External Affairs Minister S M Krishna has announced a slew of measures for Haj pilgrims, including allowing a companion for those above 70 years of age, easier passport clearances and automatic inclusion of those applicants in the list who have been applying for three years.
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