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Government Seeks 'National Choice Offer' for Terminally Ill

Government Seeks 'National Choice Offer' for Terminally IllVarious surveys have been conducted recently in which the general population was involved and the same has shown that terminally ill people wo

Hurricane Sandy shows lack of preparedness of US hospitals when disaster strikes

Hurricane SandyWith Hurricane Sandy submerging parts of New York City on Monday night, it became quite apparent once again that the US hospitals turn out to be disquietingly unprepared whenever a disast

Audi R8 e-tron to sport digital rear-view mirror from R18 Le Mans race car

Audi R8 e-tron to sport digital rear-view mirror from R18 Le Mans race carThe plush automobile company, Audi that recently announced the new R8 e-tron will be adorned with the 7.7 inch reflecto

EA accuses Zynga of copying 'The Sims Social' elements

EA accuses Zynga of copying 'The Sims Social' elements

Video game publisher Electronic Arts (EA) has filed a suit against Zynga for copyright violation pertaining to its "The Sims Social" Facebook game.

EA accused the maker of the widely popular “Ville” social games of copying the elements of The Sims Social.

General Manager Lucy Bradshaw, of The Sims franchise developer EA Maxis Label, said, "The Ville," Zynga's Facebook game, "copied the original and distinctive expressive elements of The Sims Social in a clear violation of the U.S. copyright laws."

Two New Zealand soldiers killed in Afghanistan

Two New Zealand soldiers killed in Afghanistan

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key has expressed deep grief over the fatality of the country’s two soldiers in Afghanistan.

The two soldiers, who were the members of the Provincial Reconstruction Team, were killed during an ambush in Bamiyan province, in which six other Kiwis soldiers were wounded.

Expressing grief over the deaths, Key said, "It's a day of great tragedy where we lose two of our soldiers and obviously they join the other five before them.”

US prosecutors seek delay in NH hepatitis case

US prosecutors seek delay in NH hepatitis case

Last week, US prosecutors sought a delay in the New Hampshire hepatitis case against a traveling medical technician - David Kwiatkowski – who has allegedly stole drugs from Exeter Hospital and contaminated syringes, and infected patients with hepatitis C. 

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