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Malala dedicates Nobel award to 'voiceless' children

Education rights campaigner Malala Yousafzai dedicates her Nobel peace prize to "voiceless" children around the world, and called on the Indian and Pakistani prime ministers to attend the award ceremony for the sake of peace. Duration: 00:49 Oct 11, 2014
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Residents of DRC village change habits to conquer Ebola

In the small village of Lokolia, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, residents no longer eat bushmeat but fish to "conquer Ebola" after an awareness campaign prompted them to change their habits to control the spread of the disease. Duration: 01:23 Oct 11, 2014
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UK nationalist party wins first seat in British parliament

Britain's anti-EU UK Independence Party won its first seat in the House of Commons Friday, sending jitters through Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives seven months before what is likely to be a tight general election. Duration: 01:00 Oct 11, 2014
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Uruguay president welcomes Syrian refugees

A total of 42 Syrian refugees, mostly children, arrived on Thursday in Uruguay where they were welcomed by President Jose Mujica. Uruguay is the first country in Latin America to offer such a resettlement programme. Duration: 00:32 Oct 10, 2014
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Uruguayans create low-cost 3D printer for all pockets

A low-cost and easy to assemble 3D printer was created by Uruguayans who want to popularize this technology. They present the 3D printer as the cheapest of its kind in South America. Duration: 00:33 Oct 10, 2014
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Turkey leaders insist Turkey doesn't support IS group

Turkey's Presaident Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Friday insisted that Turkey was opposed to Islamic State (IS) militants, who have seized swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria. Duration: 01:03 Oct 10, 2014
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SelfiesForSchool: How a selfie can send 10 girls to school

New Delhi, Oct 10 (ANI): After the internationally acclaimed Bell Bajao campaign, Breakthrough, a global human rights organisation in collaboration with Vodafone Foundation and United Nations Population Fund launched the "Nation against Early marriages" initiative. As part of the cause, a campaign #Sefiesforschool was organized across the cities of Bangalore,Mumbai and Delhi for three weeks wherein one was required to send a selfie to support girl education, thereby helping to end early marriages. The India representative of United Nations Population Fund spoke in detail about the campaign and its importance. Oct 10, 2014
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It is Pakistan's responsibility to de-escalate border conflict, says Syed Akbaruddin

New Delhi/ Samba, Oct 10 (ANI): India will respond to Pakistan appropriately and it is in Pakistan's hands to de-escalate the border conflict, MEA spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said on Friday. Fighting between India and Pakistan paused on Friday after days of heavy shelling and gun battles across the Indo-Pak border areas. Oct 10, 2014
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Infosys posts higher-than-expected profit, keeps annual sales growth outlook

Bangalore, Oct 10 (ANI): Infosys Ltd wants to revive growth through automation and artificial intelligence, its chief executive said on Friday (October 10), boosting investors' confidence in Bangalore after it posted a forecast-beating quarterly profit. Chief Executive Vishal Sikka was brought in earlier this year to chart a new strategy for Infosys. Sikka said Infosys' future now lay in new technologies, and that it would look into acquisitions to expand into those areas. Sikka also added that the firm expects revenue in the fiscal year ending in March 2015 to rise 7-9 percent, maintaining the guidance it had given in July and meeting expectations of most analysts. Oct 10, 2014