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Game over? China to rein in online games in latest industry setback
China will restrict the number of video games and take steps to curb playing time by minors to address growing rates of childhood visual impairment as the government steps up its crackdown on the world's biggest online gaming market.
Video game swastikas stir unease in Germany
The first video game to depict Germany's 1933-45 Nazi era uncensored, showing the swastika and Adolf Hitler, has stirred up debate over whether it's an advance for artistic freedom or a new danger of radicalization.
Game reduces hyperactivity and delinquent behavior in children
A game that encourages good behavior, positive reinforcement and self-regulation can keep children on task and out of trouble, according to researchers at the University of Georgia and Pennsylvania State University.
North, South Korea delegations discuss Olympic Games in truce village
North and South Koreas have held a new round of talks aimed at hammering out the details of Pyongyang’s plan to send a group of art performers to the South for next month’s Winter Olympics.
US teens who play 'choking game' have more suicidal thoughts
About four percent of US teens surveyed admit to trying the ‘choking game’ — a potentially deadly game of temporary strangulation.
Coach: Injured Curry 'questionable' for Game Two
Reigning NBA Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry was listed as "questionable" by the Warriors for Monday's Game Two after twisting his ankle during Golden State's 104-78 win over Houston in the Western Conference playoff opener on Saturday.
Game-changing technology enables faster, cheaper gene editing
Within the past few years, a new technology has made altering genes in plants and animals much easier than before. The tool, called CRISPR/Cas9 or just CRISPR, has spurred a flurry of research that could one day lead to hardier crops and livestock, as well as innovative biomedicines. But along with potential benefits, it raises red flags.
Pakistan, Afghanistan agree to end blame game
A senior Pakistani official says the governments in Islamabad and Kabul have agreed to end a blame game over a spate of cross-border attacks that have harmed the relationship between the two countries.
Propaganda games would not be effective in nuclear talks
Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham said propaganda games would not be effective on the process of nuclear negotiations.
German envoy: Iran-P5+1 nuclear talks nearing end game
The German ambassador to Washington has described the talks between Iran and the P5+1 countries over Tehran’s nuclear energy program as one of the most important foreign policy issues in the world, which are now "nearing an end game."
Political game with oil
By Hassan Moradi
Board game in Louvre Museum
Iranian relics shine in whichever museums they are displayed worldwide.
ISIL game in Kobani, Anbar
By Mohammad Ali Mohtadi

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