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Friday, October 23, 2015
All work, no play: Myanmar kids prop up economy
Twelve-year-old Myat Noe dashes between tables taking orders and sweeping up cigarette butts, working for around one U.S. dollar a day in Myanmar, which has one of the worst records for child labor in the world.
Thursday, October 22, 2015
To brie or not to brie: Russians making cheese as embargo bites
After an official embargo cut her off from her favorite French camembert and Italian parmesan, Muscovite Tatyana Korshunova took matters into her own hands -- she decided to learn how to make cheese herself.
Oswald's wedding ring to exhibit at Dallas museum
The Dallas museum that tells the story of U.S. President John F. Kennedy's death has acquired his assassin's wedding band.
Tuesday, October 20, 2015
Guinness declares longest baguette at 122 m
A judge from Guinness World Records has certified a 122-meter-long baguette baked at the Milan Expo 2015 World's Fair as the longest in the world.
Auction on eBay gives the public chance to name new moth species
An auction on eBay allows the public to make a different kind of purchase. Up for sale: naming rights to a new insect. A moth that weighs less than 28 grams and measures about 2.5 centimeters was discovered eight years ago at White Sands National Monument in New Mexico by entomologist Eric H. Metzler.
After a California couple called off their wedding, the bride-to-be's family decided to turn the US$35,000 extravagant event into a feast for the homeless.
Big Ben's bongs may fall silent for months or even years as urgent repairs are carried out.
Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport has been ranked 10th in the Best Airports for Sleeping awards this year, the first time it has made it to the top 10 list, according to the authority that oversees the country's main gateway Monday.
Monday, October 19, 2015
A pet kangaroo named Buster caused a brief stir on Saturday morning when it got loose in a New York City neighborhood.
Thursday, October 15, 2015
First ever twin panda cubs born in Canada introduced in Toronto
The first ever giant panda cubs born in Canada were announced Tuesday by the Toronto zoo.
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