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Some dinosaurs had exquisite eggs with colours, spots, speckles

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some dinosaurs laid coloured, speckled and spotted eggs boasting exquisite hues of blue and brown, scientists said on Thursday, in a discovery that scrambles the notion that such exceptional traits originated with birds.


Russian Communists say election stolen by pro-Putin candidate

VLADIVOSTOK, Russia (Reuters) - Hundreds of Russian Communist Party supporters took to the central square of Vladivostok on Monday to protest against what they said was the rigging of a regional election in favour of a politician backed by President Vladimir Putin.


How to put an end to suicide

From RAYMOND LEE KOK HAN, Licensed and registered counsellor, Ampang, Selangor.


Man wanted for throwing sickle at wife found dead, hanging from tree

KOTA KINABALU: A man wanted by police for injuring his wife by throwing a sickle at her has been found dead, hanging from a tree.


Man nabbed for stealing fan and attacking cops

GEORGE TOWN: A 28-year-old man was arrested three days after he slashed two policemen with a kerambit (sickle) over the theft of a wall fan at a clinic.


He’s happy labouring in a cemetery

PORT DICKSON: For the past 15 years, he would make a 20km trip to a cemetery every month just to help clean up the place.


'Born to kill' Texas shooter a quiet teenager in trench coat

SANTA FE, Texas (Reuters) - He was a quiet Texas teenager who danced with his Greek church group and played football. He had a passion for symbology and Japanese history.


Family, friends bid farewell to Stephen Hawking

LONDON: Friends, family and colleagues of British scientist Stephen Hawking will gather Saturday to pay their respects at his private funeral in Cambridge, where he spent most of his extraordinary life.


New York City map documents residents' heartache, happiness in emoji

New York is a city full of highs and lows, from unbelievable success to crushing heartache, and all of it is on display in public. On an online map, users can share exactly where and what happened.


FA chief apologises over Star of David comment

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - English FA chief executive Martin Glenn apologised on Monday over comments he made regarding political and religious symbols in which he included the Star of David and the Nazi swastika among those that should be kept out of the game.