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Sunday, March 8, 2015
Qatar women launch start-ups despite social constraints
Qatari women are increasingly defying social constraints and joining the workforce in the booming energy-rich country, which offers support for new enterprises and encourages start-ups by university graduates.
Men and women may not always be on the same footing but you would think both sexes would be equal in the face of gigantic floods, typhoons or droughts. Think again.
Talk about a cool dude: he once stopped a sulfuric acid leak with a piece of chocolate, and dismantled a missile using a trombone.
Afghan artist dons armor to protest against street harassment
Afghan performance artist Kubra Khademi was just 4 years old the first time she was molested by a stranger on the street, and recalls thinking one thing: "I wish my underwear was made of iron."
Saturday, March 7, 2015
Kim Kardashian flashed a new, platinum blonde hair-do at the Paris Fashion Week on Thursday as she watched the shows with rapper hubby Kanye West.
Kim Kardashian seeks attention, goes blonde at Paris Fashion Week
Friday, March 6, 2015
Video game makers are being lured into virtual worlds in the hope players will dive in behind.
Monday, March 2, 2015
The National Museum of Iraq reopens 12 years after looting
Iraq's national museum officially reopened Saturday after 12 years of painstaking efforts during which close to a third of 15,000 pieces looted during the U.S.-led invasion were recovered.
Slum girl to silver screen: Uganda's chess prodigy
Phiona Mutesi happened upon chess as a famished nine-year-old foraging for food in the sprawling and impoverished slums of the Ugandan capital.
Sunday, March 1, 2015
Biggest private Harry Potter collection displayed
A young Mexican's fascination with Harry Potter has grown into the world's biggest private collection of toys, books, clothes and other items related to author J.K. Rowling's fantasy hero. Now, other fans have a chance to see it all.
When geriatrician Mehrdad Ayati first met Lee Katz in 2011, he encountered yet another patient -- and her spouse -- who were in despair over the conflicting and contradictory information they received in her care.
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