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Unidentified crime victims buried in Honduras

At least 20 unidentified victims of crime and violence are buried in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Honduras is one of the world's most violent country with a rate of 83 homicides among every 100,000 inhabitants. Duration: 00:35 Dec 14, 2014
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Man shot dead in fresh Haiti protests

A man is shot dead during a new round of anti-government protests in the Haitian capital calling for the president and prime minister to resign. Duration: 00:38 Dec 14, 2014
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Drones fly high on Christmas lists at Los Angeles expo

Drones are flying high on people's Christmas lists this year, and at the drone expo in Los Angeles a wide range of unmaned aerial vehicles were on display, from cheap toys to commercial models that cost thousands of dollars. Duration: 01:02 Dec 14, 2014
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Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi appeals people to save childhood

New Delhi, Dec 14 (ANI): Nobel Peace Prize winner, Kailash Satyarthi, acknowledged his countrymen for the recognition and urged them to listen to the voice of children, while addressing a conference upon his arrival in New Delhi from Norway on Sunday (December 14). Thanking the nation and its people, Satyarthi said it is not his personal award as it belongs to all. Satyarthi received the prestigious award in Oslo on December 10. Dec 14, 2014
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'Global Tamil Organisation' conducts walkathon to spread awareness on human rights in Chennai

Chennai, Dec 14 (ANI): A civil society group called Global Tamil Organisation conducted a walkathon in Chennai city on Sunday to spread awareness on human rights. Various college students and cadets of government sponsored public service programme, National Service Scheme (NSS), took part in the event holding banners and placards to raise awareness among people about their rights. The event began by paying homage to the distinguished judge and a human rights champion, Justice VR Krishna Iyer who died in November this year. National Secretary of People's Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL), V Suresh told mediapersons that people remember Iyer for his commitment to the constitution, its principles of equality and social justice. Dec 14, 2014
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9 charred to death, 13 injured after gas tanker explodes on Delhi-Jaipur highway

Chandwaji, Dec 14 (ANI): Nine people were burnt alive and 13 others were injured after a gas tanker caught fire and exploded on the Delhi-Jaipur highway near Beelpur village. Eight vehicles going passing through the highway at the time of accident also caught fire. The mishap caused a huge traffic jam on the national highway which was cleared in the morning. The cause of the fire is still not known and an FIR has been lodged into the matter. Further details are awaited. Dec 14, 2014
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J&K polls: BJP candidate from Shopian gets into brawl with voter.

Shopian, Dec 14 (ANI): BJP’s candidate from Shopian, Javed Ahmad Qadri, got into an argument with a voter on Sunday when polling was on for the fourth phase of Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections. Qadri slapped the voter more than once for reasons not known yet. The top BJP leadership including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, party president Amit Shah and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh have campaigned extensively in Jammu and Kashmir for the assembly polls. The polling, which began at 8 a.m. on a dull note due to chilly weather conditions and fog in the morning, has started picking up in 16 assembly segments spread over three districts of Srinagar, Anantnag and Shopian in the fourth phase of five-phased elections. Dec 14, 2014
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Two killed, one injured after speeding cab mows down policemen

New Delhi, Dec 14 (ANI): A cab driver mowed down two cops and injured another in a bid to escape checking at a barricade in Kalindi Kunj on Sunday. The cops tried to stop the speeding cab but the driver rammed into the barricade. He then mowed down the policemen who tried to stop him. According to the reports, the driver was allegedly drunk and even dragged the policemen for about 100 metres after hitting them. He was then chased and nabbed by other cops some distance away from the spot. The cabbie has been identified as Hemant from Ghaziabad and has been arrested under sections of causing death due to negligence (304A IPC) and rash driving (279 IPC). The injured cop has been admitted at the Apollo hospital. Dec 14, 2014
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Cyclothon in Delhi, Car rally in Patna held to promote Clean India Mission

New Delhi/Patna, Dec 14 (ANI): Volunteers in New Delhi participated in a cyclothon on Sunday (December 14), organised to draw attention to the cleaning of banks of river Yamuna as part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Clean India Mission. Around 2000 people cycled around the city to raise awareness on the importance of cleanliness. Director of UNDP India, Jaco Cilliers, said people can promote healthy living along with cleanliness campaign. Meanwhile, in Patna city a car rally was organised as part of cleanliness campaign. Dec 14, 2014
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PM Modi an educating and transformating leader: Kiran Bedi

New Delhi, Dec 14 (ANI): Former IPS Officer and Social activist Kiran Bedi on Sunday praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Mann Ki Baat' programme on AIR and said that the PM is an educating and transformating leader. She said that the prime minister gave a very important message voicing concern over the 'devastating' drug addiction menace. After the third 'Mann Ki Baat' programme on radio in which Modi urged youths to shun drugs, Bedi urged the youth to use the national helpline and say no to drugs. Bedi said that the sale of drugs needs to be reduced as the money goes in the pockets of terrorists and ultimately becomes crime money. The PM also suggested launching a special drive on social media against the menace. Dec 14, 2014