17 January 2014

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Google to make smart contact lenses (49)
By David Goldman @DavidGoldmanCNN NEW YORK (CNNMoney) Google is developing smart contact lenses that measure the glucose levels in diabetics' tears. If successful, Google's newest venture could help to eliminate one of the most painful and intrusive daily routines of diabetics. People with diabetes have difficulty controlling the level of sugar in their blood stream, so they need to monitor their glucose levels -
Suicide bomber strikes popular Lebanese restaurant in Kabul (23)
January 17, 2014 - 18:03 By Jessica Donati and Mirwais Harooni KABUL (Reuters) - A suicide bomber blew himself up near a popular Lebanese restaurant frequented by foreigners in the Afghan capital Kabul on Friday and bursts of intense gunfire ensued. Islamist militant Taliban insurgents immediately claimed responsibility for the attack in the Wazir Akbar Khan district, which hosts many embassies and
Israel summons EU envoys to protest pro-Palestinian "bias" (35)
JERUSALEM, Jan. 17 (Xinhua) - Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman summoned Friday the ambassadors of Britain, France, Italy and Spain to protest pro-Palestinian "bias," just days after Israeli envoys to these countries were reprimanded over recently announced settlement activities. Foreign Ministry officials in Jerusalem notified the envoys of Israel's discontent with what it perceives as the "constant one- sided pro-
Putin's incredible gay insult: Russian president says homosexuals will be welcome at Winter Olympics ... so long as they 'leave the children alone' (20)
Putin told volunteers gays visiting Sochi 'can feel calm and at ease' He vowed that there would be no discrimination at the games Emphasised law banning homosexual 'propaganda' among minors By Jill Reilly PUBLISHED: 16:01 GMT, 17 January 2014 | UPDATED: 18:06 GMT, 17 January 2014
Obama to Unveil NSA Reforms, Response to Snowden (18)
TEHRAN (Tasnim) - President Barack Obama presents Americans on Friday with long-awaited reforms of spy agency phone and Internet data collection sweeps, prompted by the damaging torrent of leaks unleashed by Edward Snowden. Caught between civil liberties campaigners and a resistant intelligence community, Obama is expected to roll out only modest changes to the massive "metadata" dragnets laid by the National Security Agency.
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