“ Truth Lies Beyond Mainstream ”
A study suggests that marijuana may improve blood sugar by decreasing insulin resistance.
Water dating back 2.6 billion years, by far the oldest ever found, is discovered in a Canadian mine.
Stockholm School of Economics
Rolf Wolff, president of the Stockholm School of Economics, is fired amidst a scandal where he promoted a convicted insider trader for a top position at the university and allegedly he lied about his academic credentials.
Two brothers are arrested in connection with the Mother’s Day parade shooting that wounded 20 in New Orleans.
Pope Francis calls for worldwide "financial reform along ethical lines" to fight the "tyranny [of] financial speculation".
The United States announces new sanctions against the Syrian government.
Supreme National Security Council
The Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran, Saeed Jalili, reiterates that Iran will never give up its right to use nuclear energy for peaceful means, but it will not seek nuclear weapons.
A plane crashes while attempting to land on a mountain airstrip in northern Nepal, injuring all 21 passengers.
A shoe factory collapses in Cambodia, killing three.
The Venezuelan government attempts to put an end to a toilet paper shortage.
Bill Gates becomes the world's richest person for the first time since 2007 with a fortune of approximately $72.7 billion.
A topless painting of actress Bea Arthur sells for US$2 million at auction.
British author Jenny Colgan wins the 2013 Romantic Novel of the Year Award for her book "Welcome to Rosie Hopkins' Sweetshop of Dreams".
The American adaptation of the television series "The Office" airs its last episode on the National Broadcasting Company after nine seasons.
The Nigerian military imposes a dusk to dawn curfew in Adamawa State.
Suspected militants abduct six security personnel in the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt.
Seventeen people are killed when car bombs detonate and gunman attack people in Baghdad, Iraq.
Many people are killed in two suicide bombings in Afghanistan, at least fifteen of which are killed in the capital Kabul when a suicide bomber from Hizb-i-Islami, a Taliban affiliate, targeted a convoy carrying foreign troops, injuring another 40.
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