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Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Not quite season of goodwill for China's Christians
A group of Christians gathered in an apartment above a Beijing dental surgery, the atmosphere jubilant as a choir belted out carols on Christmas Eve — but the curtains stayed tightly closed.
Spiritual leader of African Hebrew Israelites dies aged 75
The spiritual leader of the African Hebrew Israelites, a movement that believes some black Americans are the descendants of an ancient Israelite tribe, has died in the southern Israeli town where he brought his followers four decades ago, a spokeswoman for the polygamous vegan group said Sunday.
Saturday, December 27, 2014
Kristina Pimenova has been dubbed “the most beautiful girl in the world” but her mother says the 8-year-old Russian supermodel is completely ignorant of her worldwide fame.
At Santa's Florida workshop, toys are made the old-fashioned way
There's another Santa's workshop in a tropical oasis far from the North Pole where elves have swapped snowy glaciers for sandy beaches.
Wildlife team produces detailed look at deer mortality in Wisconsin
If you care about Wisconsin deer — and if you're human, I'd say you ought to — you'll be interested in the latest update on state whitetail projects.
With a bark of excitement, Titti, Tato and Carmela scamper down the corridors of the Bollate prison near Milan and are enveloped by prisoners who shower them with treats, pats and hugs.
Friday, December 26, 2014
A startup's homeless guides show tourists a 'hidden' Barcelona
Ramon Holgado used to sleep outside in a cardboard box, but he is back on his feet this Christmas — guiding homeless-themed tours of the Barcelona streets he lived rough in.
Thursday, December 25, 2014
Trying not to spill your coffee while wedged up against perfect strangers on a jam-packed subway is a daily challenge for New York commuters.
Mariachi connects schools and families in Chicago
Jose Torres smiles as he thinks about how his 12-year-old daughter has embraced learning the same mariachi music he plays at home during a new Chicago Public Schools program that teaches the Mexican songs, linking the family's culture with the classroom.
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Orangutan unfazed by Argentine court win
Sandra the orangutan took her newfound fame in stride Monday after an Argentine court upheld her right to be freed from a zoo, munching a melon and putting the rind on her head for the cameras.
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