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Marchers again swarm New York to protest death at hands of police
NEW YORK (Reuters) - People swarmed the streets of New York and other cities for a second night to protest a grand jury's decision not to indict a white police officer in the death of an unarmed black man..
Hong Kong protesters weigh next move
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters were weighing their options on Friday, whether to call off more than two months of street demonstrations or change tactics, as one leader suggested a campaign of withholding tax to "block government"..
Europe shakes off doubts before U.S. jobs data
LONDON (Reuters) - Worries over spluttering growth and a downturn in commodity markets put global stock markets on course for their first weekly decline in a month on Friday, although European shares reclaimed some of the ground they had lost on Thursday..
Benedict Cumberbatch turns to Marvel magic as 'Doctor Strange'
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - He has solved cases as Sherlock Holmes, been exiled as Julian Assange and saved Britain from the Nazis as Alan Turing, but British actor Benedict Cumberbatch is not done playing the hero as Marvel announced Thursday he will star as Doctor Strange..
Cowboys tame Bears to remain perfect on road
(Reuters) - Dallas quarterback Tony Romo picked apart the Chicago defense as the Cowboys maintained their perfect record on the road this season with a 41-28 victory over the Bears on Thursday..
North Korea still a suspect in Sony attack despite denial
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - North Korea is a principal suspect in the cyber attack on Sony Pictures, a U.S. national security source told Reuters on Thursday, while a North Korean diplomat denied that Pyongyang was behind the crippling hack..
Shocking news: Electric eels exert remote control over prey
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Electric eels, those perilous predators of South America, can unleash a potent electrical jolt to wallop their hapless prey. But this zap is not used merely to stun other fish..
Chimpanzees have no human rights: N.Y. court
ALBANY, N.Y. (Reuters) - In the first case of its kind, a New York appeals court rejected on Thursday an animal rights advocate's bid to extend "legal personhood" to chimpanzees, saying the primates are incapable of bearing the responsibilities that come with having legal rights..
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