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British man sets off on swim from Senegal to Brazil
Former British police officer Ben Hooper hopes to make history by swimming every mile of the Atlantic Ocean from Africa to South America. After more than three years of preparation, he set off on Sunday.
Thousands of Moroccans and foreigners marched on Marrakesh Sunday to demand "climate justice" from global envoys gathered for U.N. talks on staving off worst-case-scenario global warming.
Monday's supermoon extra super; closest in nearly 69 years
The moon doesn't get much bigger and brighter than this.
Around the clock chic
Instead of feeling stressed over what to wear on a late date or on nights out with friends, invest in a few outfits and accessories that can easily turn a career woman into an on-trend city lady by night. From one line of PR.
WATA water everywhere: a low-tech solution
The Geneva-based Antenna Technologies Foundation, created by Denis von der Weid, is currently developing technological solutions adapted to provide for those most in need. This includes the WATA system, which allows for the local production of safe, clean drinking water.
Bikers help stranded Springsteen
Coming across Bruce Springsteen on a broken-down motorcycle on the side of the road could probably be a lyric from one of his songs, but it really happened for a group of guys from New Jersey.
A 'moveable feast' of design
The runway shows that unfolded on Nov. 12 were truly a "moveable feast." Japanese designers brought their latest seasonal trends to Taipei this year, offering select brands featured in the Fukuoka Asia Collection (FACo).
As Delhi chokes on smog, farmers defend scorched-earth agricultural policy
As he surveys his acres of charred farmland outside New Delhi, Ishwar Singh has little sympathy for people choking in India's capital or any reason to stop the fires that are fueling pollution.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday he will continue his efforts to implement the Paris Agreement on global warming until the day President Barack Obama leaves office on Jan. 20.
Taiwanese designs blend cultures and traditions 臺灣設計在傳統及新時代文化糅和間迸出新潛能
Ablend of cultural elements from the East and the West was on show at "Fashion Footwear Runway'16".
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