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A dragon statue stands on a red carpet in preparation for the season four premiere of the HBO series "Game of Thrones". ©Reuters/Lucas Jackson
Blood, sex and dragons: 'Game of Thrones' returns

Millions worldwide will tune in for the fourth season of medieval fantasy drama "Game of Thrones" from Sunday as the hit show returns to television screens, promising to deliver its usual jaw-dropping mix of sex, violence and vengeance.

Blood, sex and dragons: 'Game of Thrones' returns
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Russia probes cheese factory after workers photographed bathing in milk

Russia on Friday launched a criminal investigation into breaches of hygiene at a cheese factory after footage of bare-chested workers bathing in vats of milk went viral on the Internet.

Russia probes cheese factory after workers photographed bathing in milk
Turkey bans YouTube after Syria security talk leaked
Turkey bans YouTube after Syria security talk leaked

Turkey banned YouTube after the video-sharing website was used to spread damaging leaked audio files from a state security meeting debating possible military action in Syria.

Turkey bans YouTube after Syria security talk leaked
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Italian Nun's stunning performance at the Voice Italy

25 y.o. Sicilian nun made all four judges of The Voice of Italy turn their chairs to chose her.

Italian Nun's stunning performance at the Voice Italy
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How Olympians train: Ilya Ilyin's hardcore 220 kg squats

Two times Olympic Champion, three times World Champion and an avid social network user Ilya Iliyn has posted a vine or a short video of squatting with 220 kg on his Instagram page.

How Olympians train: Ilya Ilyin's hardcore 220 kg squats
Erdogan's regime hit with new recording of alleged corruption
Erdogan's regime hit with new recording of alleged corruption

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's regime, mired in a corruption scandal, suffered a new blow on Sunday with the online release of another allegedly incriminating phone call involving an ex-minister and a businessman.

Erdogan's regime hit with new recording of alleged corruption
Turkey PM says YouTube, Facebook could be banned
Turkey PM says YouTube, Facebook could be banned

Turkey's embattled prime minister has warned that his government could ban social media networks YouTube and Facebook after a raft of online leaks added momentum to a spiralling corruption scandal.

Turkey PM says YouTube, Facebook could be banned
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US court orders Google to pull YouTube anti-Islam film

A US appeals court on Wednesday ordered YouTube to take down an anti-Islamic movie that triggered protests in the Muslim world, after an actress alleged she had been duped into appearing in it.

US court orders Google to pull YouTube anti-Islam film
Anton Avdeev and his son Timofey
Furture Fast and Furious star 3 y.o Timofey drifting

Kazakhstan racer Anton Avdeev, Timofey’s father, took a video of a priceless reaction of the boy while drifting.

Furture Fast and Furious star 3 y.o Timofey drifting
'Dumb' US Starbucks closed after comic reveals stunt
'Dumb' US Starbucks closed after comic reveals stunt

US health officials closed down a spoof Starbucks coffee shop shortly after a TV comic revealed himself as the man behind the stunt, which drew media attention and plenty of customers.

'Dumb' US Starbucks closed after comic reveals stunt
British pop group One Direction. ©Reuters/Dylan Martinez
Boy-band One Direction year's best-sellers

British pop phenomenon One Direction were on Thursday named as the world's most popular recording artists of 2013 by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI).

Boy-band One Direction year's best-sellers
Alberto Weretilneck, governor of Rio Negro province. Photo courtesy of territoriodigital.com
Argentine governor lays off 170 employees via YouTube

An Argentine governor has caused a kerfuffle in his province after using a YouTube video to lay off half of his 340 provincial officials.

Argentine governor lays off 170 employees via YouTube
Google gets in game of Internet age storytelling
Google gets in game of Internet age storytelling

The Google lab behind augmented reality game "Ingress" is teaming with HarperCollins Publishers and top author James Frey for an Internet age adventure in storytelling.

Google gets in game of Internet age storytelling
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Internet eyewear much in view at CES trade fair

While many of the digital glitterati thronging this week's Consumer Electronics Show were wearing Google's new Internet glasses, rival online eyewear products abounded among the trade stands.

Internet eyewear much in view at CES trade fair
Vietnam police investigate riot at Samsung factory
Vietnam police investigate riot at Samsung factory

Vietnamese police said Friday they had launched an investigation into a riot at a multi-billion dollar Samsung factory that left 13 people injured, four critically.

Vietnam police investigate riot at Samsung factory
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UAE made me 'a scapegoat': US man jailed for YouTube gag

An American jailed for nine months in the United Arab Emirates for making a spoof YouTube video mocking Dubai teenagers returned home Thursday, comparing the experience to being in a "cage."

UAE made me 'a scapegoat': US man jailed for YouTube gag
CES stage set for new wave of gadgets
CES stage set for new wave of gadgets

As spending on gadgets flattens in a world obsessed with smartphones and tablets, the Consumer Electronics Show here hopes to be a launch pad for a new must-have device.

CES stage set for new wave of gadgets
Queen Elizabeth calls for 'quiet reflection' in 2014
Queen Elizabeth calls for 'quiet reflection' in 2014

Queen Elizabeth II urged people to take the time for quiet reflection in 2014, in her annual Christmas Day message to the Commonwealth.

Queen Elizabeth calls for 'quiet reflection' in 2014
Chiara de Blasio. ©Reuters/Brendan McDermid
NYC first daughter confesses to drug, alcohol abuse

The teenage daughter of New York's incoming mayor confessed on Christmas Eve to smoking pot and underage drinking in a video aimed at helping others battling depression.

NYC first daughter confesses to drug, alcohol abuse
Spain watchdog fines Google for privacy 'violations'
Spain watchdog fines Google for privacy 'violations'

Spain's data protection watchdog ordered US Internet giant Google on Thursday to pay a 900,000-euro fine for "serious violations" of users' privacy.

Spain watchdog fines Google for privacy 'violations'