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Following in Charles and Diana's footsteps, Wills and Kate visit Uluru as sun sets on one of most stunning sites on earth

A member of one of the most respected Aboriginal families in the local Anangu community greeted the couple
The Duke and Duchess watched an Aborigine Welcome to Country ceremony
They also walked a short distance around the base of Uluru
William's parents Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana made the same trip in 1983
Bathed in an orange glow, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge saw the majesty of Uluru at sunset for themselves today.
In a scene reminiscent of William's parents the Prince and Princess of Wales 31 years ago, the couple posed for photographs at the legendary beauty spot  - formerly known as Ayers Rock - in the heart of the Australian Outback.
At first William and Kate seemed a little self conscious as they posed for photographers.
'So what shall we talk about,' the prince joked to his wife
Kate, who'd changed from her earlier designer Roksanda Illincic  dress into a cream one from high street chain Hobbs, clasped her hands in front a…

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Allegation: Woman says husband fitted tracker in her belly

LAHORE: A woman from the Ghaziabad area alleged that her husband installed a device in her body that allows him to track all her movements.An additional district and sessions judge sought comments from a Ghaziabad SHO in a petition filed by a woman seeking registration of a case against four men – including her husband and a judicial magistrate – for rape. She also submitted that her husband had fixed a tracker in her belly to monitor her movement.Petitioner S* submitted that she married accused Muhammad Fiaz six years ago and was subsequently forced into prostitution.She described an incident when her husband along with serving judicial magistrate Akram Azad came to her house in a drunken stupor and raped her. After this incident, her husband allegedly also brought other men, Mushtaq and Saleem, who also raped her.Soon after, she said she separated from her husband, who later came to her house with an accomplice and made her inhale chemical fumes which caused her to fall unconscious.…

Boy's HEAD found in home of Pakistani cannibals who had dug up more than 100 corpses from the local graveyard and eaten them...

Three-year-old boy's head found in home of convicted cannibals in PakistanDiscovery made after residents complained of 'stench' at the houseOne brother arrested while the other is being hunted by policeMen previously jailed for digging up and eating 100 corpses at burial site
A convicted cannibal has been rearrested in Pakistan after a young boy's head was discovered in his home.
The gruesome discovery of a three-year-old's head was made in the house of Mohammad Arif, 35, and his brother Mohammad Farman, 30.
The pair, from the small town of Darya Khan in the country's interior, had previously served two years in jail for cannibalism and were only released last year.
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At the time, local police said the two men had dug up more than 100 corpses from the local graveyard and eaten them.
Mohammad Arif has now been rearrested as an investigation gets underway in to the grim discovery at his house.
His brother Mohammad Farman is still being hunted …

Forget wearable tech, embeddable implants are already here

Smartphone mapping features are great for getting directions, until you lose signal. But you could avoid getting lost in the woods with a guiding system embedded in your body.

Electronic engineer and biohacker Brian McEvoy has designed the first internal compass, and will be the first test subject. The 'Southpaw' -- inspired by the North Paw bracelet - works by sealing a miniature compass inside a silicon coat, within a rounded Titanium shell, to be implanted under the skin. An ultra-thin whisker juts out, which is activated when the user faces north, to lightly brush an alert on the underside of the skin.
"For a disc shape, it would be best located near shoulder", says McEvoy, ahead of the procedure. "I don't foresee any safety issues". Materials and shape have been chosen for the body's tolerance of them, but the Minnesota biohacker is working with experts to minimize risk before going under the knife.
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'It's a lot easier than taking pictures from a car!' Stunning images taken by intrepid explorer from his tiny plane... by sticking his camera out the cockpit windowAlex MacLean, 66, takes the incredible photographs from the cockpit of his small Cessna 182 aircraftHe has been taking stunning aerial shots since graduating from Harvard and gaining a pilot's license in 1975The images are taken all over the world, although the majority are everyday scenes from North America