Police are treating the case as a suicide

Japan bullet train passenger starts fire injuring eight

(BBC) – At least eight people have been injured, two seriously, after a man set himself on fire on a Shinkansen bullet train in Japan, say officials. The man had poured oil over himself in the first carriage of the … read more


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President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro shake hands during their meeting at the Summit of the Americas in Panama City, Panama, on April 11, 2015. (Associated Press)

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Obama announces opening of U.S. embassy in Cuba

By – The Washington Times  President Obama said Wednesday that he’ll raise the U.S. flag in Cuba, announcing an agreement for both countries to reopen embassies in Havana and Washington in a move panned by Republican critics. 00    read more



South Africa will Record 27 Million Internet Users by 2019

South Africa will record an increase in internet usage due to the adoption of smart phones and other similar devices among users. This projection is contained in a report by Cisco Visual Networking Index 2015, Fin24 reports. 00    read more