‘Dead’ baby wakes up and starts screaming at Chinese funeral parlour just moments before cremation.
A funeral home discovered a baby was alive two days after he was pronounced dead at a hospital in eastern China.
Just in time for the holiday shopping season, Google’s payments solution known as Google Wallet will let people use debit cards connected to their accounts.
It can be used like any normal debit card by withdrawing money from an ATM or purchasing items from a brick and mortar store.
In Kenya 1.5 million people are living with HIV, and there are about 100,000 new infections every year.
Despite this, some sex workers are having unprotected sex - and taking antiretroviral drugs afterwards to cut the infection risk. How reckless is this? "
Writer Jill Papworth admits she was nearly conned by one of the increasingly professional-looking fake emails.
In the lead up to Christmas when PayPal members may be using their accounts more often than usual, be wary of authentic-looking emails doing the rounds purporting to be from the company.
Campaigners create 'mirror sites' to circumvent controls after Reuters and Wall Street journal websites are blocked.
Cyber-activists have retaliated against Chinese authorities' censorship of foreign media websites by exposing an apparent weakness in the country's vast internet control apparatus.
Deputy prime minister announces move amid fears that London property market is out of control.
Sales of valuable foreign-owned properties, mainly in London, are likely to be subject to a higher rate of capital gains tax, Nick Clegg has said.
Jakarta reviews links after documents reveal Australian agencies targeted phones of president and his wife.
Indonesia has recalled its ambassador to Australia and is reviewing all co-operation with the country after revelations that Australian spy agencies attempted to listen in to the phone calls of the Indonesian president and his inner circle.
If it wasn't for a game of football there would never be a link between Mandu and Doha.
A bigger divide is hard to imagine than between this isolated hamlet clinging to the Himalayan foothills and the ambitious steel and glass spires of that desert capital.
Despite considering that parliamentarians should assume they are being compromised by the US' spy program, parliamentary services stood by and said nothing because they hadn't yet seen an attack.
Even though Australian Parliament House could be susceptible to the US National Security Agency's Prism program, Monday's Senate Estimates hearing shows that the Department of Parliamentary Services (DPS) stood by and did nothing.
Philippine government sets up the Foreign Aid Transparency Hub website in a bid to make foreign aids, cash pledges, and donations, transparent to the public.
The Philippine government has created a new website, called Foreign Aid Transparency Hub (Faith), in an attempt to make foreign aids--in terms of cash pledges and donations in kind--transparent to the public and interested parties.