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The Technology Behind the NSA's Surveillance Spy Game
The whistle has been blown on the NSA’s surveillance program PRISM – but what does it actually do? We take a look at what’s behind the headlines, and what makes it so controversial.
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Chinese Zoo Tries to Pass Dog Off as Lion
People flock to zoos to see some of the most fearsome wild animals around. In one Chinese zoo, however, patrons were rather surprised to find a domestic pet passed off as the king of the jungle.
5 Medical Breakthroughs and Treatments We Could Probably Do Without
Medicine has provided some of humanity’s greatest achievements. These five alternative treatments, however, are probably not to be applauded.
Grand Theft Magnolia: Brits Get Gardens Looted
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The "Lost Brittlestar City" of Antartica
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