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Friday, March 13, 2015
Philippine Cinderellas beat poverty, seize world stage in hope of pageant win
As a child she waded in muddy Philippine rice paddies, now teenager Janicel Lubina struts down runways for the country's top designers and is hoping to be crowned among the world's most beautiful women.
Thursday, March 12, 2015
Indian teacher gets on bike to help slum children
Every day, Aditya Kumar cycles around 40 miles with a heavy load of books and his few possessions on the back of his battered old bike to bring education to India's slum children.
Sole Afghan woman taxi driver steers change
Sara Bahai's decision to become Afghanistan's only known female taxi driver was motivated less by ideals of equality than by the need to support an extended family -- and a love of driving that has confined her conservative detractors to the rear-view mirror.
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Cairo's Mother Theresa serves children of Egypt's slums
In a slum inhabited by Cairo's legions of informal garbage collectors, children in tattered sandals walk down muddy, trash-strewn alleys to get to Mama Maggie's community center, where their feet are washed, their wounds are dressed and they are encouraged to learn and play.
Monaco has royal parents of newborn twins, and the UK's Kate and William will soon have a second little prince, but will parenting two kids under 2 years old be a soul-draining, tear-inducing experience for them like it sometimes is for the rest of us?
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
The owners of a prize-winning Irish Setter who died after competing at the renowned Crufts dog show claimed on Sunday their dog had been poisoned at the British event.
Saturday, March 7, 2015
Polish jails throw open their doors for a day
Warsaw bank manager Grazyna Dubiel would not normally be behind bars on a Sunday. "I'd be out taking a walk somewhere," the 57-year-old said while following guards down a windowless corridor of a jail in the Polish capital.
TV correspondent Miles O'Brien's life lesson cost him half his left arm
For television science correspondent Miles O'Brien, seeing on film the aftermath of the fluke injury that resulted in the amputation of his left arm above the elbow proved more difficult than he had anticipated.
Many Taiwanese-Americans come to Taiwan seeking their roots, and for Karan, 48, the goal was specifically to find a grave.
Taiwanese-American seeks, finds father's grave
Friday, March 6, 2015
Japanese 'pear fairy' Funassyi is plotting world domination
From the country that brought you Godzilla, Hello Kitty and Pokemon, comes a hyperactive "pear fairy" with a love for heavy metal that has taken Japan by storm -- and now plans to conquer the world.
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