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US and Cuba to re-open embassies after 50 years

US and Cuba to re-open embassies after 50 years

WASHINGTON: The United States and Cuba are about to enter a new era of bilateral diplomatic relations and officially seal it on Wednesday marking a new milestone in history.   Re-opening of embassies would be the final step required to get into a full diplomatic swing with Cuba after the Cuban Revolution in 1950s. President Obama


Americas Gay Imam Abdullah: the holy homo

WASHINGTON: Supreme Court of the United States (SCOUT) legalized same-sex marriages across US and religious fractions across US are opposing the decision however there is one Muslim cleric who is not openly gay but performs same-sex marriages as well. He is widely criticized for his belief and dissented not only in person but on the

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After 54 Years together, First same-sex couple weds in Dallas

DALLAS: Supreme Court of The United States decision is now giving its fruits to the those who waited for it. But there might be no other like Jack Exans and George Haris. They waited over half a century to say “I do.” On Friday, Jack Evans, 85, and George Harris, 82, became the first same-sex


SCOUT denies Google appeal on Billion Dollar Oracle lawsuit

WASHINGTON: Supreme Court of the United States (SCOUT) rejected Google’s appeal against a lower court decision favoring Oracle in a Billion Dollar lawsuit. A 2010 decision was overturned into Oracle’s favor in 2012 when a jury decided that Google did infringe on copyrights. Oracle corp sought more than $1 billion in damages with a claim


Woman finds 8.52 carat diamond at crater park in Arkansas

COLORADO: A Woman from Colorado found an 8.52 carat diamond Arkansas’ Crater of Diamonds State Park at Murfreesboro. Park officials said Friday that the gem found by Bobbie Oskarson of Longmont, Colorado, is the fifth largest diamond found since the park was established in 1972. The park does not provide an estimate of the diamond’s


Space X Rocket to International Space Station explodes on takeoff

FLORIDA: The Space X rocket Falcon 9 carrying supplies to the International Space Station (ISS) exploded shortly after liftoff on Sunday. The unfortunate rocket was carrying more than 2000 kilograms of supplies. Debri fell into the Atlantic Ocean off Cape Caneveral, Florida where the rocket was launched. It also carried the newly introduced docking port for


Wambach celebrates gay marriage day with a win

OTTAWA: When The United States Women Football Team on Friday celebrated a victory over China to advance to the semifinals at the Women’s World Cup,  its forward Abby Wambach had other reasons to smile.