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Sunday, June 28, 2015
The legendary Alamo battleground and the vineyards that produce France's beloved champagne are among the sites likely to get World Heritage status at a UNESCO meeting starting Sunday.
Wooly vicunas sheared at Inca festival in Peru's Andes
Hundreds of people from the nearby village of Lucanas grasped a rope decorated with multi-colored streamers and marched across the broad Andean plain to round up vicunas, llama-like animals that are prized for their valuable wool.
Deformed mutt crowned World's Ugliest Dog
A 10-year-old mutt named Quasi Modo, whose spinal birth defects left him a bit hunchbacked, is the winner of this year's World's Ugliest Dog contest.
Friday, June 26, 2015
Peru showcased in Smithsonian Folklife Festival
Peru's artists, cultures and famous foods are being featured in the Smithsonian Folklife Festival this year on the National Mall as the South American nation aims to boost tourism and cultural exchange.
Caribbean tourism officials are pushing for a partnership with the U.S. government because of concerns that warming relations between the U.S. and Cuba will result in a significant loss of visitors to the rest of the region.
Thursday, June 25, 2015
Instagram on Tuesday began letting users easily tune into hot topics of the moment as the Facebook-owned image sharing service stepped squarely into Twitter's domain.
World champion set to throw innovation — and whiskey — into the mix
World Champion Mixologist Tom Walker is coming to town to present his award-winning cocktail selections in three different lounges at Marco Polo Lounge on June 25-26 at Shangri-La's Far Eastern Plaza Hotel, Taipei, according to a press release of the hotel.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Londoners dreaming about swimming in River Thames
Work to build an open-air pool on the River Thames in central London could start this year as more Britons dip their toes into the waters of outdoor swimming.
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Okinawans still haunted by horror of war 70 years on
Seventy years after the Battle of Okinawa, Yoshiko Shimabukuro still has terrifying nightmares of watching friends and Japanese soldiers die as they hid in caves to escape fierce American shelling.
Monday, June 22, 2015
Joanna Rein knew there was a way to prevent her rambunctious Labrador-collie mix from tracking in mud, water and drool from the soggy outdoors.
Inventions by, for pet owners showcased
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