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UNESCO announces 9 new World Heritage Sites
The U.N. cultural agency on Friday placed nine new sites on its World Heritage List, including a medieval Armenian city located in northeast Turkey.
 
Fear the turtle: Terrapins disrupt planes at JFK
Of all the factors that could delay flights at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, this one is probably the slowest: turtles.
 
Windows 10 billion-device goal behind schedule
Microsoft said Friday it will take longer than initially expected for Windows 10 to reach a billion devices due to the lack of traction in its smartphone business.
 
Men's fashion week
Fashion from the John Varvatos 2016 collection is modeled during Men's Fashion Week, in New York, Thursday, July 14.
 
Technology gives voices to those who can't speak
Jessie Levine smiles and shakes her head when she hears the outgoing voicemail message on her iPhone.
 
French record breakers stage world's longest picnic on 20 km table cloth
Thousands of people gathered in France Thursday to smash two records, for the world's longest picnic and the world's longest table cloth.
 
Andean style
A woman models a creation by a local designer Eliana Paco, at the government palace in La Paz, Bolivia, Thursday, July 14. The fashion show is designed to promote the Andean style and beauty of Aymara women, who are commonly called Cholitas in Bolivian slang.
 
Having a range of different plant and animal species helps guarantee the health of the Earth, but a study Thursday suggested that biodiversity may be declining beyond safe levels.
 
Taking a swing at it
Lilly Caron, 8, of Bridgeton, Maine, Jason Homchick, of San Diego, and Lilly's father Jason Caron, obscured, ride the Sky Swing at Seacoast Adventure, in Wyndham, Maine, Thursday, July 14. The 30.5-meter swing gives riders the combined thrills of sky diving and hang gliding.
 
Scientists say a previously unknown group of Stone Age farmers may have introduced agriculture to South Asia, challenging earlier theories that attributed the spread of farming to a different population.
 
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