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What does he know? Bosnian town defends Virgin sightings despite pope's doubt
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Tom Cruise and Jolin Tsai had afternoon tea and she gave him an amazing cake
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Taiwan holds war games simulating Chinese island attack
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Northern China hosts ice and snow sculpture festival
The city of Harbin in China's frigid northeast is hosting one of the world's largest festivals featuring ice sculptures of animals, cartoon characters and famous landmarks.
 
A winter visit to Athens offers a pleasant alternative
As a seaside metropolis with a lively outdoor vibe and dozens of picturesque islands beckoning nearby, Athens is more often considered a summer tourist destination than a winter escape.
 
Cruise company Carnival gets personal with concierge tech
What if your room on a cruise ship were to unlock automatically as you approach, or if the wait staff could bring your favorite cocktail before you even ask?
 
California Rose Bowl Parade boasts colorful floats plus a heavy police presence
The colorful and lively Rose Parade marched safely Monday under cloudy skies and the watchful presence of more than 1,000 law enforcement officers.
 
Trump, feral cats on show at US' oldest folk parade
Philadelphia's annual Mummers Parade quieted critics who raised concerns about racially or culturally insensitive displays in previous years, with marchers putting on a family friendly New Year's Day show that still entertained spectators crowded along the milelong route.
 
Moleskine gets boost from the enduring lure of paper
From spelling out New Year's resolutions to jotting down designer brainwaves, sometimes only a pen and paper will do, even in the digital era.
 
Not just for skiers: Gondolas seen as urban transit solution
Instead of fighting traffic or waiting for a taxi, rail travelers arriving at New York's capital may one day soar across the Hudson River in glassy pods suspended from cables.
 
Finding hot and cold adventures in Helsinki
Plunge into an icy pool, warm up in a sauna or take a walk in the woods in the Finnish capital.
 
New Year's Eve on a budget means ... sticking to your budget
It's the party of the year, for those who like to party, but what happens when your New Year's Eve dreams are too big for your bank?
 
Stores push deals in bid to lure holiday shoppers
Stores are pushing deals and incentives like free shipping for the final week of the holiday shopping season, as new numbers show people are so far spending at a bit of a slower pace than last year.
 
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