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Monday, November 10, 2014
Poppies fill moat and British hearts
Designed as a tribute to Britain's World War I dead, a blood-red trench of ceramic poppies around the Tower of London has become a national phenomenon as Britons flock to remember the fallen in generations of war.
Saturday, November 8, 2014
Bringing mom & dad to work bridges generation gap
Seta Whitford-Stark was dumbfounded last year when she found out her daughter Amy quit her job at an employee-recruiting agency to work for LinkedIn, an Internet company that Seta had never heard of.
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Grooming is standard at Singapore pet hotel
A luxury pet hotel featuring air-conditioned suites, spa services and gourmet meals was unveiled Tuesday in Singapore, further raising the level of pet pampering in the wealthy city-state.
A Japanese single malt whisky was named the world's best for the first time by a prestigious guide released Monday that failed to place a Scotch in its top ranking.
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Daredevil walks rope between towers blindfolded
Daredevil Nik Wallenda wowed the world with back-to-back walks on a tightrope between Chicago skyscrapers without a safety net or a harness, performing one of them blindfolded, as a crowd gasped and cheered.
Monday, November 3, 2014
A daring escape across the Berlin Wall, then audacious dashes back to the East to spirit another 30 people to freedom — Hartmut Richter's true story is the stuff of a Cold War thriller.
Sunday, November 2, 2014
Afghan conflict zone amputees find new life, pride in sports
From her wheelchair, Maryam Samimi punched the air as the referee's whistle signaled her basketball team's win in an Afghan national tournament, a moment of joy in a country often unkind to those missing limbs.
In a dark alley in northwest London, a small group of people desperately searched for water. But it was too late — the zombies spotted them, and they ran for their lives.
'Little Berlin' village reminisces about how its own Wall fell
Germany, 1989: Snow falls as an excited crowd breaks through the Wall and people tearfully embrace loved ones after decades of living apart.
A new museum in Canada's western prairies has amassed a unique collection of personal stories from genocide survivors, human rights defenders and others, and wants to share them.
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