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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - An Indian TV news anchor has been sacked after she referred to Chinese President Xi Jinping as 'Eleven' Jinping, apparently confusing Xi's name with the Roman numerals XI, a senior official at the state television channel said on Friday, .

BOSTON (Reuters) - Researchers who measured the slipperiness of banana peels, the ability of pork strips to stop nosebleeds, and the reactions of reindeer to humans in polar bear suits were among the winners of this year's Ig Nobel prizes for comical scientific achievements.

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Chicago authorities are trying to solve a mystery over a box of human bones that were sent to the Japanese consulate, along with a letter saying they were the remains of soldiers who died during World War Two, police said on Thursday.

PORTLAND Ore. (Reuters) - A dog that went missing in Philadelphia five months ago has turned up 3,000 miles away - in a Portland-area animal shelter and officials say they have no idea how the Jack Russell terrier named Gidget made the cross-country trip.

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - San Francisco drag queens and a city lawmaker met with Facebook on Wednesday demanding the site change its policy banning users from using aliases online, but said they were rebuffed.

NASHVILLE Tenn. (Reuters) - A Tennessee man charged with drunken driving on Thursday told the police officer who arrested him that he would join the Islamic State militant group and seek revenge, Nashville police said.

PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - A man armed with a banana robbed a convenience store in Philadelphia and rode away on a bicycle with cash and cigarettes, a security surveillance tape showed.

(This version of the story has been corrected to make clear gift was a model jet)

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Patriarch Kirill, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, was presented with an unlikely gift for a religious leader this week as he toured a factory in Russia's far-east - a model of a single-seater fighter jet SU-35.

Prankster's caper led to Idaho car crash
Thu, 18 Sep 2014 05:49:39 GMT
(Reuters) - A sport utility vehicle carrying five Idaho teens crashed after one of the passengers burned the driver's armpit hair with a lighter in a prank that went horribly awry, police said on Wednesday.

ATLANTA (Reuters) - A judge has dismissed a $30 million federal lawsuit by a celebrity hair stylist ...
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - When MTV's "Teen Wolf" heartthrob Dylan O'Brien first auditioned for young a...
ROME (Reuters) - Sophia Loren, Italy's national cinema icon and eternal diva, turns 80 this week and...
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian Rules club Essendon have failed in their bid to halt a lengthy inve...
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Li Na, Asia's only grand slam singles champion, announced her retirement...
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Touching feet is the traditional Indian way of showing respect to someone but,...
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ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland's financial regulator said on Friday it had initiated bankruptcy proc...
Canadian asset manager Gluskin Sheff + Associates Inc said its quarterly profit more than doubled as...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Investors in U.S.-based funds added a net $6.7 billion into stock funds in the ...