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The Sunday's episode of Planet Earth II shows Sir David Attenborough's epic natural view on how animals in deserts have developed ingenious ways of dealing with the hostile conditions.PoliticsUS presidential recount in Wisconsin: Clinton to participate as Trump calls it a scam
The recounting has been spearheaded by third-party candidate Jill Stein who indignantly tweets, "I will do a recount in any state where the deadline has not passed."World NewsFidel Castro dead: How Cuba and America reacted?
Cuban revolutionary Fidel Castro’s death on Friday sparked a series of comments from US President-elect Donald J Trump and other senior leaders across America.Politics'Lal Salaam': Keeping Comrade Fidel Castro's dreams alive!
Among supporters he was known as the soldier-politician who brought peace and love to the people of Cuba, however, he also faced accusations for suppressing the economy by not allowing opposition in working properly.World NewsRevolutionary icon Fidel Castro dies at 90
The Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, who ruled the country for five long decades, died on Friday at the age of 90. The former Cuban Prime Minister and then President built a communist state on the doorstep of the United States.World NewsVIDEO: Australian trio sets highest basketball shot world record from top of dam
Trio Brett Stanford, Derek Herron and Scott Gaunson have performed the impossible. Recently they trekked all the way to the top of the Mauvoisin Dam in Switzerland and created the record for the highest basketball shot ever made.World News6.7 magnitude quake strikes China and Kyrgyzstan
It was also reported that the quake also rattled parts of Gilgit-Baltistan and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.World NewsHurricane, quake hit Central America; no casualties reported
On Wednesday, a fierce hurricane and a powerful offshore earthquake struck Central America at the same time.World NewsIslamic State claims responsibility of suicide truck bomb in Iraq, death toll climbs to 100
Terrorist group Islamic State has claimed responsibility of suicide truck bomb in Iraq that killed nothing less than 100 people, most of them Iranian Shi'ite pilgrims, at a petrol station in the city of Hilla 100 km (62 miles) south of Baghdad on Thursday.World NewsIndia bags prestigious Europe Business Assembly award
Subah Infosolutions, a Ghanaian Information Technology solution provider, has once again gained international recognition, adjudged “The Best Enterprise and Most Promising IT Company of the year” in Africa at the prestigeous Europe Business Assembly (EBA) in France. And the man behind the achievements is none other than Mr. Birendra Sasmal, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company.