Tag Archives: DNA

Indian police find 300 trafficked brick kiln workers in dire conditions

By Jatindra Dash BHUBANESWAR, India (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Officials investigating the death of a 30-year-old pregnant woman working at a brick kiln in southern India said on Friday they…

U.S. calls for probe of reports of Myanmar military atrocities

By David Brunnstrom WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States on Thursday called for a credible, independent investigation by Myanmar's government of reports of military atrocities in the country's Shan State,…


Lenders To Give Verdict On 999 Network Sale

The future of the company which manages the communications network of Britain's emergency services is to be decided within weeks as Motorola moves to clinch Government approval for a takeover….


Bomb on Russian plane is 'highly possible scenario': US official

It is "highly possible" that the Russian airliner that crashed in Egypt was brought down by a bomb, a US official said Wednesday. "A bomb is a highly possible scenario,"…


Syria regime profits from widescale disappearances: Amnesty

Syria's government is profiting from money charged to families of people trying to find loved ones forceably disappeared in what are crimes against humanity, rights group Amnesty International charged Thursday….


AP NewsBreak: US probes dolphin death after Navy uses sonar

HONOLULU (AP) — The National Marine Fisheries Service is investigating the death of two dolphins found washed ashore in California shortly after Navy ships were using sonar in nearby waters….


TalkTalk gets ransom demand after hit by cyber attack

By Paul Sandle & Eric Auchard LONDON/FRANKFURT (Reuters) – British broadband provider TalkTalk said on Friday it had received a ransom demand from an unidentified party claiming responsibility for a…


A Matter of Class: 2,400-Year-Old Tombs Yield Ancient Aristocrats

A 2,400-year-old underground tomb complex, containing what appears to be an aristocratic family, has been discovered near the ancient city of Soloi in northern Cyprus. The complex contains three burial…


Refugee: It's 'Germany Or Nothing' For Us

For more than 200 years as summer turns to autumn Bavaria has celebrated its passion for beer. Oktoberfest has become a worldwide attraction, yet in 2015 Munich has more than…


Exporters run for high ground as China growth story unravels

By Georgina Prodhan FRANKFURT (Reuters) – The alarming scale of China's economic slowdown is pushing European exporters to accelerate a move into premium goods & services, sacrificing volumes if necessary…