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Dubai is set to open the world's tallest building amid tight security on Monday.
Hundreds of flights out of Beijing were delayed or cancelled Sunday and highways closed as an unusually heavy snowfall blanketed the Chinese capital.
Several students of elite schools in Melbourne have joined a Facebook group calling for immigrants to leave Australia.
The son of Montreal's reputed Mafia boss, who was shot dead last week, was buried in a gold coffin Saturday amid heavy police presence.
2010 will be a year of social and political unrest, struggles for power, treachery and coups d'etat, said a panel of Afro-Cuban priests.
Huang Songyou, former vice president of China's Supreme People's Court, will soon stand trial on charges of accepting ate 4 million yuan (RM2illion) bribe.
As police in Mumbai, India, geared up to tackle drunk drivers on New Year’s Eve, one of their own was caught driving under the influence of alcohol - while on duty.
Cameron Diaz hates the attention she gets for being famous. The actress says she has learned to take steps to be more cautious about the attention she receives.
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