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7 Mar 2014 | 1:07 am
Experts: Case of burned Texas boy problematic
7 Mar 2014 | 1:06 am
CONROE, Texas (AP) — Now that prosecutors have persuaded a judge that a Texas man accused of setting an 8-year-old boy on fire as a teenager can be tried as an adult for murder, securing a conviction in a case where the victim died 13 years after the attack could prove difficult, legal experts say.
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7 Mar 2014 | 1:05 am
Man lauded as Japan Beethoven sorry for fake work
7 Mar 2014 | 1:02 am
TOKYO (AP) — The man once lauded as "Japan's Beethoven" bowed repeatedly and apologized Friday at his first media appearance since it was revealed last month that his famed musical compositions were ghostwritten and he wasn't completely deaf.
Venezuela looks to S. American leaders as toll hits 20
7 Mar 2014 | 1:01 am
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro called for a meeting of South American leaders over the growing turmoil facing his country, where the death toll from a month of anti-government protests hit 20. He also called for improved relations between Venezuela and the United States. Maduro's call for regional dialogue on his country's unrest came a day after he broke off relations with Panama, following its call for the rival Washington-based Organization of American States (OAS) to convene on the crisis. Maduro's government later ordered Panamanian Ambassador Pedro Pereira and three other diplomats working at the mission to leave the country within 48 hours, Panama's Deputy Foreign Minister Mayra Arosemena told reporters.
Lost German survives on flies in Aussie Outback
7 Mar 2014 | 12:57 am
Stranded by floods and lost, a German backpacker survived for around two weeks in Australia's inhospitable Outback on a diet of insects, police said Friday. Daniel Dudzisz, 26, went missing in February south-west of Longreach in remote Queensland as he reportedly tried to walk solo more than halfway across Australia. Dudzisz -- who is diabetic and insulin-dependent -- told police he waded through floodwaters and ate flies to survive his ordeal in the vast and wild Outback. "If you hadn't heard it with your own ears -- and my officers have -- you certainly wouldn't believe it," Inspector Mark Henderson told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
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Video games offer hope for autistic children
7 Mar 2014 | 12:42 am
Ashburn (United States) (AFP) - The game over, a beaming Sawyer and Michael, both 10, cheer and give each other a high-five. It is a small but significant reaction that experts say shows how children with autism can benefit from playing some computer games. The Steuart W. Weller Ashburn Elementary School in Virginia is one of the specialized centers in the United States testing Microsoft's popular Xbox game console, equipped with "Kinect." With Kinect, launched by Microsoft in 2010, kids can play videogames without controllers.
Man identified as Bitcoin creator denies involvement
7 Mar 2014 | 12:40 am
A man named as being the enigmatic creator of Bitcoin has denied having a role in the virtual unit, telling reporters he was "not involved." In an exclusive report, Newsweek identified a 64-year-old Japanese-American physicist as being the mysterious person known as "Satoshi Nakamoto" behind the Bitcoin revolution. However the man, who told the Associated Press (AP) his name is Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto, told reporters outside his modest two-story house in suburban Los Angeles: "I'm not involved in Bitcoin." Nakamoto, who was pursued by a media pack as he drove off for an interview at the AP's offices, told the agency that the first time he heard of Bitcoin was when his son told him he had been contacted by a Newsweek reporter three weeks ago.
Clippers blow out Lakers again 142-94
7 Mar 2014 | 12:39 am
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Blake Griffin had 20 points and 11 rebounds during three thunderous quarters by the Los Angeles Clippers, who routed the Lakers again 142-94 Thursday night to extend their winning streak to a season-best six games.
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