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Apple Boss: I'm Gay And I Want To Inspire People

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Apple chief executive Tim Cook has come out as gay and says he wants to "inspire people to insist on their equality".

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Ebola: Better Maps Could Have Helped Fight Virus

Better maps could have helped contain the deadly Ebola virus, according to Medecins Sans Frontieres.

Video: Woman Is Catcalled 100 Times In A Day

A 24-year-old actress has recorded a secret video documenting the catcalls and harassment she received during a 10-hour walk through New York.

Rap Mogul Suge Knight Charged With Robbery

Death Row Records founder Marion "Suge" Knight and comedian Katt Williams have been charged with robbery after a celebrity photographer reported the men stole her camera.

Vine Star Held By FBI Over Plane Speedo Video

A Vine star was detained by the FBI after dancing down the aisle of a plane dressed in swimming trunks.

Sri Lanka Mudslide: Tragic Stories Emerge

A hugely destructive mudslide at Sri Lanka's Koslanda tea plantation is thought to have left no survivors.

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Iran Could Get iPhone As US Relations Thaw

Apple has reportedly met with Iranian distributors at its regional headquarters in London as it looks to expand into the country.

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China Floods: Driver Clings On For Life

A driver was lucky to escape alive moments before his 4x4 vehicle was washed away in flood waters.

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Mosque Closure Is 'Declaration Of War' - Abbas

Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas has condemned the closure of Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque as a "declaration of war".

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Surfer Bitten After Standing On Shark's Head

A surfer in Australia says he was bitten by a shark after accidentally standing on the creature's head.

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Samsung Admits Mobile Woes As Profits Plunge

Samsung is to restructure its mobile phone unit as sales slow because of fierce competition across its ranges.

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Ebola: Better Maps Could Have Helped Fight Virus

Better maps could have helped contain the deadly Ebola virus, according to Medecins Sans Frontieres.

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