Bacteria use 'biological alchemy' :: Infectious bacteria have for the first time been caught performing "biological alchemy" to transform parts of the body into those more suited to their purposes, by a team in Edinburgh.
Six steps India can take to help rape victims :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/SQCVi7CE48I/delhi-rape-case-idINDEE90H02L20130118
3-lb. goldfish stuns fisherman :: A Michigan man fishing for perch reels in a goldfish much bigger than average.
Football mystery sparks meme :: The curious tale of an American footballer and his fictitious girlfriend has inspired a new Internet fad, "Te'oing."
Israeli PM in settlements pledge :: Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu says no Jewish settlements in the West Bank will be removed during his next term in office if he wins elections on Tuesday.
Day in pictures: 18 January 2013 :: 24 hours of news photos: 18 January
Egypt's Morsy makes his power plays :: Six months into his presidency, Mohamed Morsy has at times taken investors on a rollercoaster ride of uncertainty. Events of the past week are an accurate reflection of the ups and downs that investors have been experiencing.
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Europe's decade: From boom to bust ::
New year, same old problems? :: This month, the world's political and business elite will converge on Europe's highest-altitude town for the annual talk-shop that is the World Economic Forum, held this year under the banner of "resilient dynamism."
Quest: U.S. economy on the agenda :: It is that time of the year, again. Come January, as soon as the Christmas trees are taken down and the winter sales flood the shops, the world of business starts thinking about the World Economic Forum -- better known as Davos.
Croatia lucky on EU membership? :: On July 1, 2013 the 27-nation European Union will become 28.
The cost of being a Davos delegate :: The great Davos talking shop is now up and running, with delegates of all levels of importance, shapes and nationalities zeroing in on this quaint, alpine town to put the world to rights.
India has jurisdiction to try Italian marines for fishermen deaths - court :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/0rQY79P0t4c/india-italy-marines-idINDEE90H04120130118
VIDEO: House of Commons :: David Cameron has described the "hostage crisis" in Algeria as "brutal and savage".
Diesel demand in India seen immune to stepped price hikes :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/XJXzB7wqqWY/diesel-demand-price-hike-india-idINDEE90H09M20130118
Nokia backs 3D printing for phones :: Nokia is releasing design files that will let owners use 3D printers to make their own cases for its Lumia 820 handset
In pictures: Terry O'Neill TAG Award :: Alessandro Penso wins the Terry O'Neill award
Attacks prompt Nepal wildlife cap :: Wild animal attacks forest officials in Nepal to put a cap on the growth of wildlife, including endangered species.
Week in pictures: 12-18 January 2013 :: News photos from around the world
VIDEO: Gadgets 'made waterproof in an hour' :: From tissues to tablets - how nanotechnology can make things waterproof in under an hour
A loss for Lance, a win for Oprah :: Oprah Winfrey didn't pussyfoot around.
Staring at the Shard :: Have skyscrapers eclipsed urban planning?
Kaepernick the X Factor in tightly matched NFC title game :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/h7FYSuD-7fY/us-nfl-playoffs-falcons-preview-idUSBRE90H14320130118
Why isn't Israeli vote bigger news? :: There was a time when Israel was a top story. War and peace in the Middle East has always been big news. But today, at least in Israel, there is neither war nor peace, just that gray area between the two.
Cheesecake Factory pasta on list of caloric "food porn" :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/_se2OxO9sEY/us-restaurants-obesity-idUSBRE90F0IT20130118
Footballer's drive helps homeless :: At a time where football players are being fiercely criticized for their lifestyle, Angel Rangel proved that all of them should be tarred with the same brush.
Another Tibetan sets himself on fire :: A Tibetan man protesting China's rule of the region set himself on fire Saturday, his death believed to be the first case of self-immolation this year -- but one that adds to a grim, growing toll.
Is China easing up on media? :: China's traditional iron-handed approach to the media has taken a surprise turn of tolerance with Beijing's soft handling of a recent dispute with local reporters, in what could well become a more open attitude toward the media under the incoming administration of presumed new President Xi Jinping.