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At Last, a Firewall for Your Car's Black Box · Wired Top Storiesfils
Obama Goes Public With Brain-Mapping Plan · Wired Top Storiesfils
How HD Voice Works to Make Your Calls Sound Drastically Better · Wired Top Storiesfils
Microsoft's Revamped 'Modern.IE' Offers Free Windows Virtual Machines · Wired Top Storiesfils
DC Entertainment Launches 'We Can Be Heroes' Charity Fundraiser on Indiegogo · Wired Top Storiesfils
Ban: N Korea crisis 'gone too far' · BBC Internationalfils
UN chief Ban Ki-moon says the North Korea crisis has "gone too far" and urges urgent talks over plans to restart Pyongyang's main nuclear complex.

UN passes global arms trade treaty · BBC Internationalfils
The UN General Assembly adopts a historic treaty to control the trade in conventional arms, voting it through by a huge majority.

Google faces European privacy probe · BBC Internationalfils
Six European data protection bodies are to launch coordinated investigations into Google's privacy policy

Cyprus Finance Minister Sarris quits · BBC Internationalfils
Cypriot Finance Minister Michalis Sarris resigns after completing talks on a controversial bailout deal.

Outrage at Saudi paralysis sentence · BBC Internationalfils
Amnesty denounces as "outrageous" the reported sentencing of paralysis for a Saudi man as punishment for paralysing another man.

Imam probed over Burma school blaze · BBC Internationalfils
Burmese police investigate the head of a mosque for possible negligence after 13 children died in a fire at Muslim school in the city of Rangoon.

Airline defends weight-based fares · BBC Internationalfils
The boss of Samoa Air says the airline's decision to charge passengers based on their weight is "the fairest way of travelling".

Senate Republican backs gay marriage · BBC Internationalfils
Mark Kirk becomes the second Republican senator to back gay marriage, as polls show a rapid rise in public support on the issue.

Michael Jackson jury selection · BBC Internationalfils
Jury selection has begun in the US in a case where Michael Jackson's mother is hoping to sue the late singer's promoters for neglect.

Key roads 'reopened' in Somalia · BBC Internationalfils
The main road linking Somalia's capital to the strategic city of Baidoa is totally recaptured from Islamist militants, African Union says.

Pakistani youth 'favour Sharia law' · BBC Internationalfils
Pakistani youth believe that Sharia law is the best political system, a British Council survey suggests.

France and Germany snub UK EU review · BBC Internationalfils
France and Germany decide not to contribute to a British government review of the impact of EU powers on the UK.

Egypt protest over food poisoning · BBC Internationalfils
Students at Cairo's al-Azhar university plan a second day of protests after almost 500 of them were taken to hospital due to food poisoning.

Osborne: Welfare criticism 'rubbish' · BBC Internationalfils
Chancellor George Osborne defends benefits and tax changes and calls criticism "headline-seeking nonsense".

Arkansas to probe Exxon Mobile spill · BBC Internationalfils
The US state of Arkansas launches an investigation into an Exxon Mobil pipeline that ruptured, spilling oil into a housing community last week.

Artist guilty of indecency charges · BBC Internationalfils
Cornwall artist Graham Ovenden is found guilty of indecency offences committed against young girls up to 40 years ago.

VIDEO: Well-wishers' colourful messages to Mandela · BBC Internationalfils
As Nelson Mandela's treatment for a lung infection continues, well-wishers are leaving messages of support hand-painted onto stones outside his Johannesburg home.

Don't Stop the Presses: Newspaper Club Revives Printing With Personal Gazettes · Wired Top Storiesfils
New Giant Tarantula Discovered in Sri Lanka · Wired Top Storiesfils
Budget Cuts Are Set to Hit U.S. Military's Drone Fleet · Wired Top Storiesfils
FTC Announces Winners of Death-to-Robocalls Challenge · Wired Top Storiesfils
Amazon Takes on Dropbox With New Desktop File Syncing · Wired Top Storiesfils
What's Wrong With the Scientific Method? · Wired Top Storiesfils
US 'meddling' over satirist blasted · BBC Internationalfils
Egypt's ruling Freedom and Justice Party criticises US "interference" over the case of the popular Egyptian TV satirist Bassem Youssef.

Eurozone unemployment rate hits 12% · BBC Internationalfils
The rate of unemployment in the eurozone hit 12% in the month of February, a record high, official figures show.

US priest dealt methamphetamine · BBC Internationalfils
A Catholic priest dubbed Monsignor Meth admits selling drugs in the US state of Connecticut, and buying a sex shop to launder the money.

Canada faces science muzzling probe · BBC Internationalfils
Canada's Information Commissioner has launched an investigation into allegations that the federal government is "muzzling" its scientists.

US educators 'cheated for bonuses' · BBC Internationalfils
Thirty-five former school officials indicted in a major test cheating scandal have until Tuesday to surrender in the US state of Georgia.

Venezuela election campaign starts · BBC Internationalfils
As the official election campaign to replace Hugo Chavez gets under way in Venezuela, government candidate Nicolas Maduro visits the late president's hometown.

Third arrest over Brazil bus rape · BBC Internationalfils
Police in Brazil arrest a third man accused of robbing and raping a foreign tourist on a minibus in Rio de Janeiro and beating up her boyfriend.

Tribute to SA troops killed in CAR · BBC Internationalfils
South Africa's President Jacob Zuma pays tribute at a memorial service to 13 soldiers killed in the recent rebellion in the Central African Republic (CAR).

French TV doctor kills himself · BBC Internationalfils
A French doctor who worked on adventure reality TV show Koh Lanta kills himself in Cambodia a week after one of the contestants died.

Palestinian prisoners protest death · BBC Internationalfils
Israeli prison guards use tear gas to stop protests by Palestinian prisoners after a Palestinian inmate died of cancer.

Hospital to resume child heart ops · BBC Internationalfils
Children's heart surgery at Leeds General Infirmary is to resume after operations were suspended over concerns about the number of deaths there.

Court rules against digital reseller · BBC Internationalfils
A site which allowed users to sell on their unwanted digital music was in breach of copyright, a US judge rules.

VIDEO: N Korea 'to restart nuclear reactor' · BBC Internationalfils
North Korea says it will restart its main Yongbyon nuclear complex, closed since 2007, amid high tension on the peninsula.

VIDEO: Drunk man clings to electric cables · BBC Internationalfils
Firefighters in China have rescued a drunk man who climbed a utility pole and crawled along electricity cables, according to state TV.

Islamic headscarf debate rekindled in France · BBC Internationalfils
Court ruling tests power of French secularism

Motown piano returns to Detroit · BBC Internationalfils
A grand piano used in the Motown Records studios is restored and put on display at a museum dedicated to the legendary record label.

Obama proposes brain mapping project · BBC Internationalfils
US President Barack Obama has unveiled a new initiative to map the human brain.

Six held for NY mayoral race 'bribe' · BBC Internationalfils
Two New York state lawmakers are among six officials who have been arrested over an alleged plot to rig the city's mayoral race, prosecutors say.

Report finds over-emphasis on foetus · BBC Internationalfils
The draft report on the death of Savita Halappanavar has found an overemphasis by medical staff on the welfare of the foetus, which was unviable, a solicitor for her widower Praveen has said.

Parents guilty of kids' fire deaths · BBC Internationalfils
Mick and Mairead Philpott, the parents of six children who died after a house fire in Derby, are convicted of their manslaughter, along with their friend, Paul Mosley.

New Xstrata-Glencore merger delay · BBC Internationalfils
Xstrata and Glencore once again push back the date for when they expect to complete their merger, after Chinese concerns.

Di Canio declines fascism questions · BBC Internationalfils
Paolo Di Canio declines to answer questions relating to fascism in his first news conference as Sunderland manager.

Kidney sacked as Ireland coach · BBC Internationalfils
Declan Kidney's five-year reign as Ireland boss comes to an end after a dismal 2013 Six Nations campaign.

VIDEO: Boys die in Burmese school blaze · BBC Internationalfils
A fire at a Muslim school in the Burmese city of Rangoon has killed at least 13 people including children, officials say.

VIDEO: Syrian refugees: Lebanon struggles · BBC Internationalfils
Lebanon is struggling to cope with the estimated 400,000 Syrian refugees that have crossed

VIDEO: Platforms 'like palaces' on Moscow Metro · BBC Internationalfils
The Moscow Metro is used by millions of Russian commuters every day - but is often described as an underground art museum. Steve Rosenberg looks around.

VIDEO: Chinese government's video game tool · BBC Internationalfils
A new video game created by the Chinese government has become the latest big thing in China

VIDEO: Man, 80, aims to be oldest Everest climber · BBC Internationalfils
An 80-year-old Japanese climber who has had heart surgery four times is to attempt to climb Mount Everest.

MI6 and the death of Patrice Lumumba · BBC Internationalfils
How involved was MI6 in the death of Congo's first prime minister?

What happened to Japan's electronic giants? · BBC Internationalfils
What went wrong with Japan's electronic companies?

Mislabelled fish slip into Europe's menus · BBC Internationalfils
Tests reveal deception in fish marketing

Prizes for indoor-facing tech · BBC Internationalfils
Indoor technology gets attention

Norwegian airline prepares for global expansion · BBC Internationalfils
The world is barely enough for Norwegian airline

/6: STATEMENTS BY MEMBERS: Sri Lanka · Debates of the Canadian House of Commonsfils
Hon. Albina Guarnieri (Mississauga East--Cooksville, Lib.).

/24: ORAL QUESTIONS: Nuclear Energy · Debates of the Canadian House of Commonsfils
Mr. David McGuinty (Ottawa South, Lib.); Mr. David Anderson (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Natural Resources and for the Canadian Wheat Board, CPC); Mr. David McGuinty (Ottawa South, Lib.); Mr. David Anderson (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Natural Resources and for the Canadian Wheat Board, CPC).

Mix-and-Match Robots Animate Voltron's Corpse · Wired Top Storiesfils
Finally: This Is How to Fix the 'Patent Fix' We're All In · Wired Top Storiesfils
In Death of the PC, eBay Sees Path to Escape Amazon's Shadow · Wired Top Storiesfils
DNA-Mapped Furniture Imprints Your Genetic Profile in Your Living Room · Wired Top Storiesfils
Killer Cans Without the Cables · Wired Top Storiesfils
Game|Life Weekly: April Showers Bring More Videogames · Wired Top Storiesfils
Computers Made Out of DNA, Slime and Other Strange Stuff · Wired Top Storiesfils
From Ballistic Gelatin to Mummy Confection: The Grossest Recipes of Mary Roach · Wired Top Storiesfils
Need Ships? Try a 3-D Printed Navy · Wired Top Storiesfils
Let's Judge Patent Rights by Harm to the Public — Not to Inventors · Wired Top Storiesfils
This Racing Game Is F1 Meets FarmVille. Get Used to It · Wired Top Storiesfils
This Material Will Power the Future — If Somebody Can Profit From It · Wired Top Storiesfils