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Biofabrication Brings Lab-Grown Tissue Closer to Reality
Biofabrication Brings Lab-Grown Tissue Closer to Reality

With tissue cells at their fingertips, researchers at the Medical University of South Carolina are paving the way to make lab-grown tissue and organs a reality. And they're doing it through biofabrication. The team is led by Dr Michael Yost.

Pakistan Protesters Vow to Stay Put as Prime Minister Chairs Marathon Parliament Session
Pakistan Protesters Vow to Stay Put as Prime Minister Chairs Marathon Parliament Session

Thousands of protesters who've been demanding the resignation of Pakistand Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif camped out in the center of Islamabad on Tuesday. The situation was more calm than in previous days, when protesters clashed with police and other security forces. At least three people were killed in the confrontations. But on Tuesday the protesters went about their daily lives, eating, reading newspapers and cleaning up.

Deadly Floods and Landslides Hit South-West China
Deadly Floods and Landslides Hit South-West China

Eleven coal miners who had been taking shelter in a mineshaft near their dormitory are missing following a landslide in south-western China. They're among dozens of people missing after torrential rain caused widespread flooding and triggered numerous landslides across Chongqing municipality. State media says at least eight people have been killed. The official Xinhua news agency says more than 500 rescue workers have evacuated more than 7,000 residents to safe locations.

Funeral Takes Place in Malaysia for a Pilot of Downed MH17 Flight
Funeral Takes Place in Malaysia for a Pilot of Downed MH17 Flight

Pilots in their Malaysia Airlines uniforms lined up to pay their respects Tuesday to Captain Eugene Choo Jin Leong. He was one of the pilots aboard Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 which was shot down over eastern Ukraine in July as it flew from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. He was given full military honours for the ceremony. An urn carrying his remains was draped in the Malaysian flag. It was carried by military personnel who handed it over to his sons.

Numerous Foreigners Among the Casualties of Bolivian Bus Crash
Numerous Foreigners Among the Casualties of Bolivian Bus Crash

Rescue crews worked frantically to extricate the victims of a deadly bus crash on a Bolivian highway. At least ten people were killed and more than 20 injured when the bus overturned on a stretch of road about 180 miles south of La Paz. The head of the local traffic department said many of the victims are foreigners.

Breakingviews: China Corporate Bosses Can Shrug at Pay Cuts
Breakingviews: China Corporate Bosses Can Shrug at Pay Cuts

"Yet another announcement on state reforms, John. This time its about big bosses at state-owned firms, they're going to get pay cuts."

China Hints at 'New World Order' with Hong Kong Handling
China Hints at 'New World Order' with Hong Kong Handling

(SOUNDBITE) (English) REUTERS REPORTER, TARA JOSEPH, SAYING: "Willy Lam, thanks very much for joining me. Now on Sunday, China putting its stamp on Hong Kong, ruling out one man one vote in elections

Something Fishy in Mexico
Something Fishy in Mexico

These still waters in a lagoon in Western Mexico have turned lethal. The lagoon has become a graveyard for hundreds of thousands of fish. Dead fish are being removed by the barrel-full. Local fisherman say the problem is pollution at the bottom of the lagoon. They are seeking answers. Local authorities say its just nature taking its course. But state investigators are blaming "poor management". Attention has now turned to the wastewater treatment plants that operates nearby.

Ukraine Accuses Russia of "Undisguised Aggression"
Ukraine Accuses Russia of "Undisguised Aggression"

Local residents who live near the airport just outside Donetsk take shelter in a basement. This comes as Ukraine's military said Monday it pulled its forces back from defending the airport -- the latest in a string of reverses for Ukrainian forces fighting pro-Russian separatists. At a military academy in Kiev, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says Russia's direct involvement in Kiev's war against the separatists had tipped the balance on the battlefield.

Video Surfaces of Van Der Sloot at New High Security Prison
Video Surfaces of Van Der Sloot at New High Security Prison

New video footage of Joran Van der Sloot, a Dutch national serving a 28-year prison sentence for the murder of a Peruvian woman and the main suspect in the disappearance of a U.S. teenager, shows the 27 year-old shortly after his transfer to a remote maximum-security prison. Van der Sloot was transferred to the prison high up in the Andes after he was allegedly found with a mobile phone in his jail cell at Piedras Gordas penitentiary in Lima.

History Lessons as Poland and Germany Mark Start of WW2
History Lessons as Poland and Germany Mark Start of WW2

Lessons from history. On September 1, in 1939, without a declaration of war a German battleship opened fire on a Polish garrison. It marked the start of Nazi Germany's invasion of Poland and the

Pakistan Government Considers Decisive Action Against Protesters
Pakistan Government Considers Decisive Action Against Protesters

Tear gas hovered over the streets of Islamabad, as sporadic clashes broke out across again the Pakistani capital. Protesters have paralyzed city streets, trying for weeks now to bring down the government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Theyr'e angry over last year's election that swept him back into power, saying the results were fraudulent. The protesters are led in part by opposition leader Imran Khan, a hero cricket player turned politician.

U.S. Conducts Humanitarian Airdrops to IS-Seized Iraqi Town
U.S. Conducts Humanitarian Airdrops to IS-Seized Iraqi Town

U.S. troops are on the move in Iraq. New video released by the U.S. military shows preparations underway for humanitarian air drops. These emergency supplies were heading for the Iraqi Shi'ite town of Amerli, where Islamic State militants had trapped the civilian population. President Barack Obama had authorized the drops along with airstrikes over the weekend. The move came in coordination with efforts by Iraqi security forces and Shi'ite militias to take back the town.

Britain Unveils Powers to Strip Suspected Islamist Fighters of Passports
Britain Unveils Powers to Strip Suspected Islamist Fighters of Passports

Scenes from the front lines in Syria. Amateur video which can not be independently verified by Reuters shows rebel forces engaged in fierce fighting in suburban Damascus. Forces opposed to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad range from the western supported Free Syrian army to the Islamic State.

Back-to-School in Ukraine Marred by War
Back-to-School in Ukraine Marred by War

The first day of classes at School No. 66. This is the industrial city of Mariupol in southeastern Ukraine. All the trappings of back-to-school... but bubbling just below the surface, tensions are high. Last week, pro-Russian rebels fighting the government took a major town less than an hour's drive away. They're threatening this strategic port city and residents are bracing for the rebel advance.

The Wounds of Beslan
The Wounds of Beslan

People fill a gymnasium in Beslan Russia where some ten years ago 330 hostages were slaughtered most of them children. For many the grief has never gone away. On September 1, 2004, dozens of masked gunmen seized the school, wired it with explosives and demanded independence for and an end to the war in Chechnya. Two days later Russian forces stormed the school. Loved ones are still looking for answers.

Turkey Summons U.S. Envoy Over Spying Report
Turkey Summons U.S. Envoy Over Spying Report

With his cabinet meeting for the first time, Turkey's new prime minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, already has his hands full in foreign affairs. Turkey summoned a senior U.S. diplomat Monday over a media report that the U.S. spied on Turkey. German magazine Der Spiegel wrote on its website that the U.S. National Security Agency and Britain's Government Communications Headquarters intelligence agency had carried out "wide-scale spying."

Europe's Russia Sanctions Dilemma
Europe's Russia Sanctions Dilemma

Use common sense - that's President Putin's latest warning to the West over the possibility of fresh sanctions against Russia. EU leaders are preparing new measures against Moscow. But no definite ones have been agreed yet or when they will be imposed. Anxiety over Ukraine is already hurting some of their economies - even Germany. The power house of the euro zone saw a contraction in the second quarter for the first time in over a year. Baader Bank's Robert Halver.

"She's Funny That Way" Premieres in Venice
"She's Funny That Way" Premieres in Venice

Actor Owen Wilson was greeted by screaming fans as he hit the red carpet to promote his new comedy "She's Funny that Way" and the Venice Film Festival on Friday August 29th. Wilson soaked up the glitz and glamour with co-star Kathryn Hahn, director Peter Bogdanovich and co-screenwriter Louise Stratten at the world premiere. The movie centres on a call girl and aspiring actress who lands a part in a Broadway production.

Poland Hopeful Coal's the Future, Not Just the Past
Poland Hopeful Coal's the Future, Not Just the Past

Think of coal and chances are you picture dirty rocks and thick plumes of smoke. But the fuel that drove the Industrial Revolution could help power the future, if technology can keep up. In Katowice in Poland scientists are hoping that's the case. They've successfully converted underground coal into gas, and extracted that on the surface. Professors at the Global Coal Mining Institute here say it's a significant development.

EU Cleaners Ban Sparks Rush to Buy
EU Cleaners Ban Sparks Rush to Buy

A powerful vacuum cleaner may get the housework done faster. But their days are numbered in Europe. New EU regulations have come into force banning high powered machines.

Peshmerga, Shi'ite Militia Drive IS Fighters from Sulaiman Pek Stronghold
Peshmerga, Shi'ite Militia Drive IS Fighters from Sulaiman Pek Stronghold

Shi'ite fighters entering the town of Sulaiman Pek, south of Kirkuk. They're with the Asaib Ahl Al-Haq militia, believed to be funded by Iran, and they've been fighting to drive out Islamic State Sunni militants from their stronghold in this mostly Sunni area of Iraq. On Monday, the Asaib succeeded. With help from Iraqi air power and Kurdish peshmerga fighters, they retook the town. A military source says this effectively ends three months of Islamic State control in the area.

Credit Suisse/Baer Tie-Up Talk
Credit Suisse/Baer Tie-Up Talk

Julius Baer is worth nearly $10 billion - and reports that Credit Suisse is interested in taking it over added value. The private bank's shares rose two percent last week after a Swiss finance blog said a takeover was one of a number of options under consideration. There's been no official comment from either side. And Chris Hughes from Reuters Breakingviews says a tie-up makes no financial sense.

Pacino Ignores Warnings About "The Humbling"
Pacino Ignores Warnings About "The Humbling"

You'll be seeing a lot of this man at the Venice Film Festival this year. That's because Al Pacino has two films showing. "The Humbling" is an adaption of a Philip Roth novel. Pacino plays the famous actor Simon Axler. He thinks he's lost his ability to act and retires, only to find love with a young woman. But Pacino was warned not to play a washed-up actor.