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'Bolder steps' needed to protect workers in Qatar

International trade unionists inspecting the plight of migrant workers in Qatar on Thursday urged immediate "bolder" steps by the 2022 football World Cup host country to protect workers. Duration: 00:53 Oct 10, 2013
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Snowden's father visits Moscow in search of son

The father of Edward Snowden arrived in Moscow Thursday, hoping to meet his son for the first time since the former US intelligence contractor became a fugitive after leaking sensational details of US covert surveillance. Duration: 00:24 Oct 10, 2013
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Knives in cheeks for Thai festival

Knives to swords and rifles are inserted into cheeks as devotees gather at the Chinese Bang Neow Shrine in Phuket on October 10, 2013. Duration: 00:47 Oct 10, 2013
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Libya on high alert after PM seized by gunmen

Gunmen seized Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan from a Tripoli hotel early Thursday, in the latest sign of the lawlessness sweeping Libya since dictator Moamer Kadhafi was toppled in 2011. Duration: 00:38 Oct 10, 2013
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Sachin Tendulkar Retirement: Cricket fraternity salutes the legendary cricketer

New Delhi/Vadodara, Oct 10 (ANI): As soon as the announcement came that batting legend Sachin Tendulkar's 200th Test would be his last, ending his phenomenal career in all forms of international cricket, current and former cricketers from all around the world saluted the achievements of the ace cricketer. Cricketer Irfan Pathan said that it is hard to believe that Sachin is retiring, while Indian commentator Charu Sharma said that it was indeed the right time for the cricketer to retire and he can now play his last two games without any pressure. Oct 10, 2013
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Sleeping for six to eight hours at night cuts heart disease risk

New Delhi, Oct 10 (ANI): A new research by an Indian origin scientist has claimed that sleeping for six to eight hours a night could help cut the risk of heart problems and stroke. Author Dr Saurabh Aggarwal, of Chicago Medical School has found that people who sleep less than six hours a night were twice as likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke, compared to those who sleep between six and eight hours. People who take less sleep also had a two-thirds higher risk of congestive heart failure. However, the research found that sleeping for more than eight hours doubles the risk of angina and increases likelihood of coronary artery disease by 19 percent. Oct 10, 2013