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Egypt's election commission disqualified 10 presidential hopefuls, including the country's ex-spy chief and key Islamists, from running in a surprise decision that threatened to upend the already tumultuous race.
US and Chinese officials take part in war games in bid to prevent military escalation from cyber attacks
A catastrophic failure compounded by a lack of failover strategies and an inability to think the unthinkable.
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UK GDP shrank 0.2% in the first three months of 2012, sending Britain into its first double-dip since the 1970s
In a move that could grow the market for cage-free eggs, Burger King is pledging to switch to 100 percent cage-free eggs by 2017. It also plans to eliminate gestation crates for breeding pigs.
Nokia phones once took pride of place in Manish Khatri's Mumbai store, but now models made by Samsung Electronics get the limelight.He has nothing against Nokia, he says,