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Zuckerberg Reveals His One Rule When Hiring

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Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg has revealed the one rule he uses when hiring staff.

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Bali Nine Drug Smugglers Taken To Execution Jail

Two Australian men convicted of drug smuggling in Indonesia have been taken from a prison in Bali to an island where they face execution by firing squad.

Video: Islamic State-Themed Wedding Party

An Egyptian bride and groom were placed in a cage by masked men brandishing knives as part of an Islamic State-themed wedding.

Pharrell Williams Denies Copying Gaye Hit

Pharrell Williams has told a court that, while he was trying to evoke the feel of Marvin Gaye's music when he created the hit Blurred Lines, he did not copy the singer's work.

Hundreds Forced To Flee Cape Town Bush Fires

Hundreds of people have been forced to leave their homes in the South African city of Cape Town because of bush fires.

Rob Ford's Famed 'Crack Tie' Sells On eBay

Bidding on eBay for the patterned tie that ex-Toronto mayor Rob Ford wore when he admitted smoking crack cocaine has finished with a winning bid of $16,100 (£10,572).

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Fossil Rolls Back Human History 400,000 Years

A fossil jawbone dating back almost three million years has provided evidence that the first humans emerged 400,000 years earlier than previously thought.

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US Ambassador Slashed In Face With Knife

The US ambassador to South Korea has been slashed on the face and wrist by a knife-wielding attacker shouting for unification of the divided peninsula.

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Conrad Hilton To Plead Guilty To Air Assault

Paris Hilton's youngest brother, Conrad, looks set to avoid jail after agreeing to plead guilty to assaulting flight attendants on a trip from London to Los Angeles.

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Ferguson's Bullyboy Racists In Police Uniform

Being black and living in Ferguson must be terrifying, if even half of what is in this Justice Department report is true.

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Dashcam Clue To Boris Nemtsov Shooting

Video has emerged of the Great Moskovoretsky bridge in Moscow purportedly filmed moments after outspoken Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov was murdered last Friday night.

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Iran Nuclear Talks: 'Significant Gaps' Remain

Significant gaps remain following the latest round of talks on Iran's nuclear programme, US Secretary of State John Kerry has said.

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