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Boys outnumber girls in the world — UN report

Countries are urged to invest in girls as the majority of the world's 10-year-olds live in developing countries, while girls are substantially outnumbered by boys, a UN report has said on Friday.

"Almost 9 in 10 of the world's 10-year-olds live in developing countries where girls face obstacles to equal …

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Europol's advent calendar lists most wanted criminals

Europol, the EU's police agency, has launched an unconventional and grim "advent calendar" for 2016 Christmas: an online version listing the most wanted fugitives in Europe.

"Murderers, kidnappers, terrorists, drugs traffickers, etc - all of them are convicted or suspected of extremely serious crimes," the agency said in a statement.

Europol …

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Yahya Jammeh loses to Adama Barrow in Gambia election

Adama Barrow wins presidential election, bringing to an end Yahya Jammeh's 22-year rule which began with a coup, according to the electoral commission.

Jammeh, who came to power in 1994 as a 29-year-old army officer following a military coup, had won four previous polls.

Barrow received 263,515 votes while …

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Hypochondriacs more likely to have health problems, study says

People who are overly worried about their health are also more likely to actually develop some serious health problems, according to a large new study out of Norway, published this month in the journal BMJ Open.

"Stress causes us to secrete cortisol, a hormone which in the short term energizes …

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Indonesians rally President's ally Ahok over blasphemy

Tens of thousands of Muslims are rallying in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, against the city's Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, who is accused of insulting the Quran.

Protesters chanting, praying and carrying banners gathered at the National Monument in central Jakarta on Friday demanding that Purnama, an ethnic Chinese Christian popularly …

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New Israeli envoy arrives in Turkey after rapprochement

Israel's new ambassador to Turkey has arrived in the capital Ankara, to serve as the first official envoy since 2010 as the two countries advance with their rapprochement since a six-year spat put diplomatic relations on ice.

Eitan Naeh, upon his arrival at the Esenboga Airport on Thursday, said that …

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Nico Rosberg: World champion retires to stun Formula One

He won the Formula One world title last weekend, but Nico Rosberg shocked the sporting world Friday by announcing his retirement.

The 31-year-old German sealed his first F1 title after a thrilling final race of the 2016 season in Abu Dhabi Sunday, edging out Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton. "I have …

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Nigeria's Boko Haram crisis: 'We survived militants but face starvation'

Kawu Ashe is just one of up to 120,000 people facing starvation in north-eastern Nigeria, which has been ravaged by the Boko Haram Islamist insurgency.

Last month, she made the life-and-death decision to flee her village after militants delivered a chilling message: "We are coming back to take your …

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Sky art: Pilot's route spells 'Hello' on flight tracking radar map

A pilot with a history of plotting routes that show up as patterns on flight-tracking websites has completed his most ambitious yet.

The unnamed pilot of the Robin DR400/180 Regent aircraft charted a complex course that spelled "hello" on Flightradar 24.

Flightrader24 tracks global flights and allows users to …

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BCCI continues to oppose certain reforms

BCCI and its members have reiterated that they continue to oppose some of the Lodha committee's recommendations.

At a special general meeting on Friday, the BCCI said it would stick to the decision taken on October 1 at a previous SGM. Then, the BCCI had said that it had "unanimously …

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BCCI error ends 'India cap' dreams of seven teenage cricketers

In a major goof-up, a month after announcing a 15-member squad for the Youth Asia Cup to be held later this month in Sri Lanka, the BCCI has told seven of them that they are ineligible for selection and thus ending their hopes of donning India colours.
The under-19 squad …

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De Villiers, Morkel to play domestic T20s in fitness bid

AB de Villiers and Morne Morkel will be available for their franchise, Titans, in a bid to prove their fitness for the home series against Sri Lanka later this month.

Both de Villiers and Morkel have been out of action since the CPL with an elbow and back injury respectively …

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India Women demolish Nepal to maintain unbeaten streak

India 120/5 in 20 overs (Shikha Pandey 39*, Meghana Sabbineni 21; Rubina Chhetry 2-21) beat Nepal 21 in 16.3 overs (Poonam Yadav 3-9, Meghana Sabbineni 2-3, Anuja Patil 2-0) by 99 runs.

Put in to bat first, after the morning drizzle delayed the toss by 15 minutes, India …

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