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Chinese girl dies from electric discharge from own iPhone 5

Tragedy befell a 23-year-old Chinese woman on Sunday, who died allegedly after getting electrocuted by her own iPhone 5.

Steve Jobs died of respiratory arrest

According to official records made public Monday, Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple died of a respiratory arrest resulting from the spread of pancreatic cancer.

Steve Jobs no more, Apple loses its soul

As unbelievable as it may seem, the founder and visionary of Apple Inc., Steve Jobs, is no more.

Toyota to face first trial over sudden acceleration in 2013

Toyota Motor Corp., the world's largest automaker, will be facing its first trail over sudden acceleration of vehicles in 2013, a federal judge announced Friday.

Sporting a skinny figure? Death might be nearer

Are you living in a constant fear of putting on pounds? Your anorexic tendencies can get you knocking on heaven's door pretty quickly!

Dietary fiber linked to longer life span--study

Dietary fiber from whole grains helps reduce the risk of dying at an early age from cardiovascular, infectious and respiratory diseases, claims a new study.

Boney M frontman Farrell had heart disease- officials

Boney M singer Bobby Farrell, who passed away in Russia last week, died of heart disease, Russian investigators said Wednesday, a week after the singer was found dead in his hotel room in St. Petersburg.

35-year-old Florida woman dies after liposuction

Lidvian Zelaya would have never thought that her decision to look fabulous in 2011 would end her life. In a tragic end to a New Year's resolution, a Florida woman died after liposuction surgery to move fat from her waist into her bottom.

Leslie Nielsen mourned in Hollywood

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. -- Luminaries from the entertainment world are mourning the death of Canadian-born film and television actor Leslie Nielsen.

Nielsen died of complications of pneumonia in a hospital near his home in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., his family said Sunday. He was 84.

The actor was best known for his roles in the "Naked Gun" and "Airplane!" movies, as well as for his appearances on TV's "Police Squad!" "Goodyear Playhouse" and "Hawaii Five-O."
His other film credits included "Forbidden Planet" and "The Poseidon Adventure."

CNN said the actor was declared an Officer of the Order of Canada in 2003.

UsMagazine.com said numerous stars offered their condolences via Twitter upon hearing the news of Nielsen's death.

'Love' co-stars mourn Clayburgh death

New York -- The director and stars of "Love & Other Drugs" say they were heartbroken to hear cast member Jill Clayburgh had died of chronic leukemia.

She had quietly suffered from the disease for 21 years before succumbing to it this month at the age of 66.

Among Clayburgh's film credits are "An Unmarried Woman," "Starting Over," "Silver Streak," "Semi-Tough," "First Monday in October" and "I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can." She appeared on TV's "Law & Order," "The Practice" and "Nip/Tuck," had a recurring role on "Ally McBeal" as Ally's mother and was a cast member of "Dirty Sexy Money." She was an accomplished stage actress, as well.