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Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Pooches come from far and wide to compete for  beautiful bulldog award
The pups came from as far away as New Jersey and Tennessee in hopes of landing a new nickname: "Beautiful Bulldog."
Occupied West Bank boasts great opportunities for climbers
Gripping tightly with her hands, her feet searching for a foothold, Salwa Khashan edges along a sheer rock face in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, urged on by friends below.
Last British Gallipoli warship unravels the myths of WWI disaster
The United Kingdom's last surviving warship from Gallipoli is being restored to mark the bloody campaign's centenary, as a new exhibition tries to counter myths surrounding the disastrous World War I offensive.
Egypt said on Sunday it has recovered 123 ancient artifacts that had been smuggled outside the country and were later confiscated in New York.
She can smile, she can sing and this robot receptionist who started work in Tokyo on Monday never gets bored of welcoming customers to her upmarket shop.
A prominent environmentalist says she has fled Russia, moving with her family to Estonia out of fear that government harassment could take her children away from her.
Monday, April 20, 2015
Turin Shroud goes back on display for faithful
Turin's archbishop says interest in the Shroud of Turin is so keen that many pilgrims who already saw the burial cloth some believe covered Jesus are returning to see the linen again after it went back on display starting Sunday.
Cloud Gate unveils new headquarters in Tamsui
Renowned dance group Cloud Gate Dance Theater (雲門舞集) held a ceremony yesterday to celebrate the opening of its brand new theater and home complex in Tamsui.
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New England's winter pushes back gardening season
The historic barrage of snow and cold that struck New England this winter has pushed back the gardening season and left behind damaged bushes, trees and greenhouses -- and gardeners clamoring to get their hands in the dirt.
A bear hug: Croat village shelters neighborly bears over their lifetime
Usually in Europe, when bear cubs get used to humans, they cannot survive in the wild. And when they grow too big, they're shot.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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