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Reptiles are at risk, study finds
Reptiles are at risk, study finds

Almost one in five of the world's reptile species are in danger of extinction as their habitats are cleared away for farming and logging.

Reptiles are at risk, study finds
With test, N. Korea threat looks more real
With test, N. Korea threat looks more real

With a defiant nuclear test, North Korea has shown it poses an increasingly credible threat but some doubt whether even the notoriously bellicose regime would ever use weapons of mass destruction.

With test, N. Korea threat looks more real
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Starbucks may pull British investment over tax issue: report

Starbucks has threatened to suspend millions of pounds of investment in Britain over what it sees as unfair targeting by Prime Minister David Cameron over its tax affairs.

Starbucks may pull British investment over tax issue: report
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Hacker group Anonymous downs US government site

Hacker group Anonymous said it disabled the US Sentencing Commission's website Saturday in revenge for the death of Internet freedom advocate Aaron Swartz, and vowed to release government data.

Hacker group Anonymous downs US government site
Australia joins Europeans in Benghazi threat alert
Australia joins Europeans in Benghazi threat alert

Britain, Germany, the Netherlands and Australia have all urged their citizens to leave the Libyan city of Benghazi due to a "specific, imminent threat to Westerners", linked to French action in Mali.

Australia joins Europeans in Benghazi threat alert
Islamists behind Algeria attack vow more strikes
Islamists behind Algeria attack vow more strikes

An Al-Qaeda linked group which shocked the world with its audacious hostage attack in Algeria threatened on Sunday to stage strikes on nations involved in chasing out Islamists from neighbouring Mali.

Islamists behind Algeria attack vow more strikes
Chile volcano alert raised
Chile volcano alert raised

Chile issued a top-level red alert Sunday for its Copahue volcano, in the south on the Andean border with Argentina, as it rumbled to register a greater potential threat.

Chile volcano alert raised
US police arrest girl who threatened high school slaughter
US police arrest girl who threatened high school slaughter

Police in Arizona said they arrested Thursday a 16 year-old female student who threatened in an online video to "kill everyone" at her high school then kill herself.

US police arrest girl who threatened high school slaughter
US boy, 11, brings gun to class after massacre
US boy, 11, brings gun to class after massacre

An 11-year-old boy has been charged with possessing a deadly weapon after bringing a gun to school, claiming he was worried about a massacre like Connecticut's.

US boy, 11, brings gun to class after massacre
Death threats for royal prank call presenters: police
Death threats for royal prank call presenters: police

Death threats have been made against the Australian radio hosts at the centre of the royal prank call tragedy, police said Friday, with station management reportedly hiring bodyguards and moving staff to safehouses.

Death threats for royal prank call presenters: police
Threat from the Soldiers of Khalifat deemed real in Kazakhstan
Threat from the Soldiers of Khalifat deemed real in Kazakhstan

Based on the fact that there are several Kazakhstan citizens in the terrorist group, we believe that the threat is real: National Security Commission.

Threat from the Soldiers of Khalifat deemed real in Kazakhstan
S. Korea activists release anti-North leaflets
S. Korea activists release anti-North leaflets

South Korean activists floated anti-Pyongyang leaflets across the border with North Korea on Monday, a week after the North threatened military action over a similar propaganda exercise.

S. Korea activists release anti-North leaflets
US pushing Gulf nations to develop missile defense
US pushing Gulf nations to develop missile defense

The United States is pushing Gulf countries to develop missile defense plans, amid what they see is a rising threat from Iran.

US pushing Gulf nations to develop missile defense
More nations issue security alerts in Philippine capital
More nations issue security alerts in Philippine capital

More Western nations called on their citizens to be cautious in the Philippine capital on Saturday following a US embassy warning a day earlier of an unspecified threat against Americans.

More nations issue security alerts in Philippine capital
US looks at new early-warning radar for Japan: officials
US looks at new early-warning radar for Japan: officials

US and Japanese officials are considering deploying a new US early-warning radar to Japan to help counter possible missile threats from North Korea.

US looks at new early-warning radar for Japan: officials
US man charged for Obama death threat email
US man charged for Obama death threat email

An armed man who allegedly made a death threat against US President Barack Obama in an expletive-filled email was charged over the incident.

US man charged for Obama death threat email
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Tourists film New York police shooting

Bystanders in New York whipped out cellphones to film the shooting by police of a man allegedly threatening them with a knife in the tourism magnet of Times Square.

Tourists film New York police shooting
US Sikhs say bigots confuse them for Muslims
US Sikhs say bigots confuse them for Muslims

The sight of a bearded man in a turban can provoke violent anti-Muslim hatred in America -- and never mind whether the man under the turban is actually Muslim.

US Sikhs say bigots confuse them for Muslims
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Libya's abandoned weapons put civilians at risk: report

Abandoned weapons that were once part of toppled dictator Moamer Kadhafi's arsenal pose an ongoing and serious threat to civilians in Libya.

Libya's abandoned weapons put civilians at risk: report
S. Korea rejects "ridiculous" N. Korea allegations
S. Korea rejects "ridiculous" N. Korea allegations

South Korea Wednesday rejected North Korean claims that it is planning terrorist acts as "ridiculous", and said it would protect Seoul activists threatened by Pyongyang.

S. Korea rejects "ridiculous" N. Korea allegations