2012 YEAR IN REVIEW

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  • Hong Kong protests hit China's National Day: Live Report
    Hong Kong protests hit China's National Day: Live Report

    Hong Kong (AFP) - 07:38 GMT - 'We are not Tibet or Xinjiang' - Edward Chin, a financier and prominent Occupy organiser, is in bullish mood today. He's been speaking to AFP reporter Annabel Symington and believes the police know violence would lead to a backlash from the Hong Kong public.

  • Family: Canadian man jailed in Cuba innocent

    VAUGHAN, Ontario (AP) — The son of a Canadian automobile executive who has been sentenced to 15 years in jail in Cuba on corruption charges said Monday his dad maintains he's innocent and is determined to fight for his freedom.

  • Li Na receives teary goodbye at China Open
    Li Na receives teary goodbye at China Open

    BEIJING (AP) — It was a fitting goodbye for China's biggest tennis star, complete with hugs from her former competitors, cheers from Chinese fans, and a bouquet of flowers from Rafael Nadal.

  • eBay and PayPal split: Two other spin-offs that make sense
    eBay and PayPal split: Two other spin-offs that make sense

    Michael Crofton of Philadelphia Trust has two more spin-offs that make sense

  • Meet the world's thinnest smartphone
    Meet the world's thinnest smartphone

    The Gionee ELFIE 5.1 has set a new Guinness World Record for its diminutive dimensions -- it's just 5.1mm thick.

  • Officer kills man through car door in his driveway
    Officer kills man through car door in his driveway

    Ernest Satterwhite was a laid-back former mechanic with a habit of ignoring police officers who tried to pull him over — an act of defiance that ultimately got him killed.

  • U.S. orders airlines to replace cockpit displays on 1,300 Boeing airplanes

    (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is requiring airlines to replace cockpit displays on more than 1,300 Boeing Co airplanes to avoid interference from Wi-Fi and cellular devices. Airlines will need to replace certain cockpit display units made by Honeywell International Inc used on Boeing's 737 and 777 jets within five years, according to an FAA document. (http://bit.ly/1qTpOYb) The FAA said the display units were susceptible to interference from Wi-Fi frequencies. ...

  • 10 things Starbucks won't tell you
    10 things Starbucks won't tell you

    Starbucks has changed the way you drink coffee—even if you don’t drink Starbucks coffee.

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