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Russia test fires ballistic missile

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia launched an inter-continental ballistic missile on Thursday from its Plesetsk cosmodrome in the north of the country, a Russian military spokesman said.

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Russia test fires ballistic missile - Tass

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia on Thursday launched an inter-continental ballistic missile from its Plesetsk cosmodrome in northern Russia, domestic media reported.

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Most complete new giant dinosaur found in Patagonia

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazilian and Argentine paleontologists have discovered the largely complete fossil of a new species of giant dinosaur that roamed what is now northern Patagonia about 80 million years ago.

World

Unity before democracy for China's Communists

BEIJING (Reuters) - China has pledged reforms to make the Communist Party more accountable in the face of widespread official corruption, but changes must not come at the expense of the Party's grip on power, a senior official said on Wednesday.

Nation

Vietnamese-Thai couple murdered on the way to work

A Vietnamese-Thai couple was murdered on the way to work early Saturday morning at Jalan Samarahan, Jinjang, near Kuala Lumpur.

Community

Fired up by inherited trade

His shop was dark and dusty. Long tongs, big hammers and sacks containing moulded pieces of iron lay at the bottom of the cool forge.

Nation

Duo stabbed and slashed to death

A couple was stabbed and slashed to death on their way to work early yesterday morning at Jalan Samarahan off Jalan Temple, Jinjang, near Kuala Lumpur early yesterday morning.

Community

Still fired up by his inherited trade

His shop was dark and dusty. Long tongs, big hammers and sacks containing moulded pieces of iron lay at the bottom of the cool forge. The blacksmith was wearing a soiled T-shirt, cap and a pair of grey trousers. Tan Chim Sin's forge was not fired up for work that day.

Nation

Police probe debt and Indon links to cabbie's death

A 25-year-old Sabahan, who earned a handsome income by ferrying illegal Indonesian workers around in his rented taxi, was found murdered at Bandar Puteri Puchong near here yesterday.

World

New way to make stem cells is safer - U.S. research

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Researchers have developed a safer way to make powerful stem cells from ordinary skin cells, taking one more step toward so-called regenerative medicine.