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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.
2015/3/2
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.
2015/3/2
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.
2015/3/1
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.
2015/3/1
Saturday, February 28, 2015
Coca-Cola bottle as art? Atlanta's High Museum examines the case
The curvy Coca-Cola bottle is celebrating its 100th birthday, and an art museum is exploring the origins and influence of a bottle design that's so recognizable, you'd know the brand if you held it in the dark.
2015/2/28
Thursday, February 26, 2015
TV shows turn Croatia into hot spot for S. Korea
Koreans finding love and adventure traveling through Croatia in reality TV shows have put the Balkan nation on the map, making it a popular tourist destination for the Asian market.
2015/2/26
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Ten-year-old Cloe Barrios spent a year saving for an iPod, a struggle shared by many Argentine youth scrambling to keep up with technology despite economic woes that make such gadgets exorbitantly pricey.
2015/2/24
Sainthood for California missionary angers Native Americans
The Franciscan friar who brought Christianity to California in the 18th century is on track for sainthood, but for Native Americans, his legacy is anything but holy.
2015/2/24
Chinese cosmetic tourists reaping regret in South Korea
Chinese businesswoman Chen Yili paid a South Korean hospital thousands of dollars to reshape her face in the hope she would look more like the glamorous stars she saw on television.
2015/2/24
Monday, February 23, 2015
HK wishing tree draws tens of thousands
Carnivals and fireworks are Hong Kong's trademark Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations — but tens of thousands of people also travel to a remote village to hurl oranges at a tree in hopes of making their wishes come true.
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