An unidentified South African man who was thought to be dead work up in a morgue refrigerator 21 hours after he suffered an asthma attack and his family called the undertaker.
Anti-Gaddafi Libyans have celebrated Britain’s recognition of the rebel-led National Transitional Council as their country’s legitimate government. Britain also expelled Gaddafi’s diplomats giving them three days to leave the Libyan embassy in London.
Officials in Tripoli said Britain’s expulsion of its diplomats was illegal. However recognition of the Council follows similar moves by France and the US, potentially freeing up billions of dollars in frozen funds.
Picking up the phone these days means holding nanotechnology in your hand. Now that phones do so much more than carry voices, and we look at the things, nanotechnology steps in. The engineers at NaPanil are part of a research project to keep European industries cutting edge leaders for things like screens for cell phones, and ‘smart’ glass in cars and buildings….
A man who shot amateur video in the aftermath of the deadly Oslo bombing recounted the dramatic scenes he witnessed and recorded on Friday. “People had blood on their faces, I filmed most of it from the start, I walked around and tried to find the pulse on several people, some had a pulse, some didn’t,” Johan Kristian Tanberg told broadcaster NOTV2. The car bomb that exploded in the government district in central Oslo, killing seven was one of two attacks on Friday in Norway. The second, a shooting at a youth camp on Utoya island, claimed the lives of 86 people. More than 90 people were wounded, and others remain missing at both crime scenes. The suspect in the twin attacks, Anders Behring Breivik, was in court on Monday.
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron has defended his decision to hire an editor from a newspaper at the centre of the phone hacking scandal. Speaking at an emergency session of parliament, he also admitted key developments in the case were not pursued.