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Electronic Tattoos for Baby and You - Discovery
A baby born five to 10 years from now in a developed country may get a tattoo not long after her first feeding. It would be an integrated circuit, a discreet and flexible affair, smaller than a postage stamp and probably placed on the chest.
Iran: Sabotage uncovered at nuclear facility - Washington Times
A senior Iranian official says authorities detected sabotage at the country's heavy water reactor facility and neutralized it before any damage was done.
Leading Iranian ayatollah: Islamic messiah 'will behead Western leaders' - Daily Caller
A leading ayatollah of Iran's Islamic regime is promising that Western leaders will be executed by the Islamic messiah, the state-owned media outlet Mehr news reported Saturday.
U.S. warns Russia against annexing Crimea - Washington Post
Having failed to prevent a Russian-sponsored referendum in Crimea, the Obama administration and its European allies refocused their efforts Sunday on keeping Moscow from annexing the autonomous Ukrainian region and expanding its military moves into other parts of Ukraine.
Russia claims to have downed U.S. drone over Crimea region; Pentagon denies - Washington Times
A Russian state arms and technology group claimed Friday to have downed a U.S. surveillance drone over Ukraine's Crimea region, Agence France Presse reported. The Pentagon issued a denial to the International Business Times on Saturday, with a spokesman for the Department of Defense saying there was "zero truth" to to claims.
Crimeans vote in referendum on whether to break away from Ukraine, join Russia - Washington Post
Crimeans voted overwhelmingly to leave Ukraine and join Russia, election officials said Sunday, capping a heavy-handed campaign that blocked most voters from hearing a vision for any alternative to unification with Moscow.
Worldwide, Many See Belief in God as Essential to Morality - Pew Research
Many people around the world think it is necessary to believe in God to be a moral person, according to surveys in 40 countries by the Pew Research Center. However, this view is more common in poorer countries than in wealthier ones.
Egypt crackdown brings most arrests in decades - Times of Israel
Egypt's crackdown on Islamists has jailed 16,000 people over the past eight months in the country's biggest round-up in nearly two decades, according to previously unreleased figures from security officials. Rights activists say reports of abuses in prisons are mounting, with prisoners describing systematic beatings and miserable conditions for dozens packed into tiny cells.
Iran doesn't expect deal in coming nuclear talks - Times of Israel
Iran's foreign minister said Sunday his country does not expect to cement a final deal in the coming round of nuclear talks with world powers.
State TV says Russia could turn US to 'radioactive ash' - AFP
A leading anchor on Russian state television on Sunday described Russia as the only country capable of turning the United States into "radioactive ash", in an incendiary comment at the height of tensions over the Crimea referendum.
Pro-Russian Crimeans toast future with Moscow after vote - AFP
Flags, chants and music plus plenty of alcohol filled the streets of Crimea's main cities Sunday after voters backed joining Russia and breaking away from Ukraine in a disputed referendum.
Israel tightens airspace security after jets disappearance - Times of Israel
Israel has tightened security in its airspace following the disappearance and possible hijacking of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 on March 8, Channel 2 reported Sunday.
Israeli officials hope Obama tells Abbas concessions are not a 'one-way street' - Jerusalem Post
The current round of diplomatic negotiations will only yield results if the Palestinians want them to work and lend their hand in making them work, government official said on Sunday before the next day's meeting between US President Barack Obama and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.
Fatah aide says no concessions as Abbas set to meet Obama - Times of Israel
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas was set to meet Sunday with US Secretary of State John Kerry in Washington, with a top Fatah official saying the Palestinians have delivered "all the concessions they can."
Inside the United States
Decades-old Bible from East Harlem church survives deadly blast - NY Daily News
A decades-old Bible from the ravaged Spanish Christian Church was pulled from the East Harlem gas blast rubble by firefighters, an incredible find amid the carnage on Park Ave.
Deadly pig virus spreads to Arizona; 27 U.S. states now affected - Reuters
Arizona is the latest state to confirm cases of the deadly Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus, a highly contagious pig disease, increasing the tally of U.S. states with confirmed cases to 27, a group of animal health researchers said.
U.S. to relinquish remaining control over the Internet - Washington Post
U.S. officials announced plans Friday to relinquish federal government control over the administration of the Internet, a move that pleased international critics but alarmed some business leaders and others who rely on the smooth functioning of the Web.
House Republican leaders craft their vision for an alternative to health-care law - Washington Post
House Republican leaders are adopting an agreed-upon conservative approach to fixing the nation's health-care system, in part to draw an election-year contrast with President Obama's Affordable Care Act.
U.S. scientists expect traces of ocean radiation from Fukushima soon - Japan Today
Scientists have crowdsourced a network of volunteers taking water samples at beaches along the U.S. West Coast in hopes of capturing a detailed look at low levels of radiation drifting across the ocean since the 2011 tsunami that devastated a nuclear power plant in Japan.
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