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Saturday, April 4, 2015
Baby born without nose is 'perfect': mom
Moments after little Eli Thompson was born, his mother knew immediately that something wasn't right. "I pulled back and said, 'Something's wrong!,'" Brandi McGlathery told "And the doctor said, 'No, he's perfectly fine.' Then I shouted, 'He doesn't have a nose!'"
Sanitary freedom keeps African schoolgirls in classrooms
Sue Barnes had no problem getting sanitary pads while she grew up in South Africa. But not every girl, she came to realize, is so lucky and their periods weigh over daily life.
Colombia transforms old tires into green housing
The highlands around the Colombian capital are scattered with small buildings that look like out-of-place igloos but are in fact innovative houses made from the tires that litter the country's roads.
Thursday, April 2, 2015
3D print tech provides 'robohand' to 7-year-old
Seven-year-old Faith Lennox never thought much about putting a prosthetic limb where her missing left hand had once been.
New Jersey's senior drivers strive to stay on the road
Don Robertson isn't the type to let a snowstorm on the first day of spring -- or his age -- stop him from doing his appointed rounds.
The eyes of 30-odd uniformed schoolchildren light up at the sight of three magnificent lions brought to Abidjan zoo to replace the big cats that starved to death during post-election violence in 2010-2011.
Zoo's new lions a 'sign' Ivory Coast ending crisis
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Despondent Gazans return to destroyed homes
Despondent over the slow pace of post-war reconstruction, displaced Gazans have begun to return to their damaged homes, patching up the structures with cinder blocks and plastic sheets and living in the unstable and unsafe buildings while they wait for promised aid to arrive.
Endangered clouded leopard kittens born in Miami zoo, victory in preservation fight
Two clouded leopard kittens were born this month at the Miami Zoo, a treat for the doting keepers and a victory in the fight to preserve a vulnerable species.
A Chinese industry group has asserted that cherry blossoms originated in China, a claim that will likely rankle Japan and even South Korea.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Racism and the financial meltdown kept Congolese master chef Christian Yumbi down and out in Belgium. Back at home, the gourmet innovator has finally won the stardom he fought for.
DR Congo chef reaches stardom after return to roots
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