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Deadly diabetes in ‘unrelenting march’

In a major report it warned cases had nearly quadrupled to 422 million in 2014 from 108 million in 1980 High blood sugar levels are a major killer – linked to 3.7 million deaths around the world each year, it says. And officials said the numbers would continue to…

US university in Scalia law school acronym blunder

George Mason University in Virginia said its law school would be called the Antonin Scalia School of Law The eagle-eyed immediately took to Twitter to point out that the acronym would be ASSoL. The university has since renamed it as the Antonin Scalia Law School. Vijay Prasad tweets: Antonin…

‘Monster cattle-eating alligator’ is shot in Florida

Professional hunter Lee Lightsey said the 15 ft (4.5m) beast was one of the biggest he had come across in 18 years and required a tractor to move it Mr Lightsey and hunting guide Blake Godwin discovered the alligator in cattle ponds while supervising a guided hunt on Saturday.…

Amnesty highlights ‘disturbing rise’ in global executions

Senator Ted Cruz soundly defeated Donald J. Trump in the Wisconsin primary on Tuesday, breathing new life into efforts to halt Mr. Trump’s divisive presidential candidacy and dealing a blow to his chances of clinching the Republican nomination before the party’s summer convention With more than 80 percent of…