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Thursday, February 6, 2014
Scientists on Tuesday said they could fill a blank in the history of Central Africa's pygmies, whose past is one of the most elusive of any community in the world.
Sunday, February 2, 2014
Thousands rally against shark cull in Australia
Thousands of people rallied across Australia Saturday against a controversial shark culling policy designed to prevent attacks, saying killing the marine animals was the not the answer.
Saturday, February 1, 2014
The official term to describe the 2012 harvest in Burgundy was “challenging.” In other words it was a tough vintage. The first half of the year was unpredictable with a very wet spring and frosts, which threatened the vines with mildew.
Friday, January 31, 2014
Customers who pre-ordered their Chinese New Year feast from The Sherwood Hotel, Taipei were furious after the hotel was late in preparing the dishes yesterday, resulting in belated family dinners on New Year's Eve.
From Jan. 27 to Feb. 4, China Airlines (CAL) will hold an online lucky draw every day, with winners taking home coupons that can be exchanged for a CAL ticket at only NT$1.
China has become the world's biggest consumer of red wine, outdrinking the wine-loving French for the first time in 2013, according to a study published this week.
Thursday, January 30, 2014
Unpaid bill leads to costly online game battle
James Carl was asleep when the first shot was fired. As he slumbered away in Costa Mesa, California, the 29-year-old banker's virtual space fleet was under siege early Monday morning in what's become the most destructive and expensive battle in the 10-year history of “EVE Online,” the gargantuan online sci-fi video game.
Sunday, January 26, 2014
You meet a lot of accomplished ocean sailors in English Harbour, Antigua. They immediately stand apart from the tourists and weekend boaters.
Wounded veterans cross Atlantic in open boat
Monday, January 20, 2014
'Speed-dating' inspires NYC women entrepreneurs
They are bloggers, engineers and chefs — American women entrepreneurs who dream of emulating the success of Facebook number two Sheryl Sandberg or General Motors CEO Mary Barra.
Ursula Geismann says Germans love being within the four corners of their homes and they pay special attention to making things as comfortable and relaxed as possible. Comfort and relaxation were the two watchwords of the international furnishing show, the IMM, last week in Cologne, Germany.
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