Baghdad car bomb kills 8 people, fighting west of capital
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A car bomb exploded in a market in northern Baghdad's Shaab neighborhood on Monday, killing eight people and wounding 22, police and medics said.

Taking 'selfies' with a drone
What comes in a white cardboard box, weighs little more than a kilogram and can be purchased in a few clicks from Amazon?

Central London rail station evacuated after fire, nobody hurt
LONDON (Reuters) - One of London's busiest railway stations, Charing Cross, was evacuated on Sunday after a fire caused by a suspected electrical fault, the British Transport Police (BTP) said.

Discovered: Funny, rude medieval doodles
My personal favorite is this. At the top of a page of angular medieval text -- full of theological extrapolations and religious devotion -- is a cartoon of a deadpan dog.

12-year-old boy waving fake gun at playground dies after being shot by ... - Minneapolis Star Tribune

12-year-old boy waving fake gun at playground dies after being shot by ...
Minneapolis Star Tribune
CLEVELAND — A 12-year-old boy shot by police after grabbing what turned out to be a replica gun died from his wounds Sunday, a day after officers responded to a 911 call about someone waving a "probably fake" gun at a playground. Deputy Chief Ed ...
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Survey concludes Internet access should be a human right

An estimated one third of the world's population (or 2.3 billion people) is onlineAffordable access to the Internet should be a human right, as it represents hope for political freedom and economic prosperity to many around the world, according to a survey Monday. Most people also do not want any one nation or organization to manage this global network of computers, in order to prevent crackdowns on free speech and political expression. The CIGI-Ipsos survey of 23,376 people in 24 countries was unveiled at the start of a two-day meeting in Ottawa on Internet governance. According to the Global Commission on Internet Governance, which is hosting the Ottawa conference, the world is at a crossroads, with competition for power and influence of all aspects of the Internet heating up.

Man Crawls From Ravine Days After Fall Broke Legs
New Mexico man crawls out of a ravine days after breaking both legs in a fall

CPSC Chair Challenges Craigslist: ???Step Up???
Head of consumer agency calls on site to do more about recalled products.