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Tuesday, May 12, 2015
A wild boar that strayed into Hong Kong's urban jungle caused havoc when it wandered into a shop and forced staff and customers to leave, authorities said on Monday.
Sunday, May 10, 2015
St. Louis Zoo welcomes an 850-pound bear — via FedEx
Sometimes, shipping an 850-pound beast can be a real bear. The St. Louis Zoo on Friday announced the arrival of its latest resident, a 2-year-old male polar bear named Kali that was orphaned as a cub.
Saturday, May 9, 2015
A Japanese zoo that caused a furor by naming a baby monkey after Britain's Princess Charlotte has been told to stick to its guns by the local mayor after two days of fraught debate.
Japan mayor vows no name change for monkey Charlotte
McDonald's brings back the Hamburglar
Based on McDonald's latest ad, it looks like the Hamburglar settled down in the suburbs and spent the last decade going to youth soccer games and perfecting his stubble.
An animal rights group filed a criminal complaint Thursday against a Spanish zoo after two chimpanzees named Adam and Eve that escaped from the facility died, one shot by police.
Thursday, May 7, 2015
Under armed security and a cloud of conflicted opinions and emotions, the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo was presented a freedom of expression award on Tuesday night from the PEN American Center.
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
It rose on a former Soviet airfield south of Berlin, a towering hangar bigger than a dozen football fields where ambitious entrepreneurs planned to revive Germany's zeppelin industry. That dream died in 2002 when funding ran out, but the building was reborn as a massive popular tropical theme park, complete with a rainforest, a beach, waterslides and more than 850 hotel beds.
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
In China, a bike may be best way to find clean air, peace and quiet
On the third day of cycling through the rice terraces and rugged hillsides of southeastern Guizhou province, our group of eight needed a recharge. So we unsaddled in front of a store in Guochuan, a town we'd never heard of before.
Student activism exhibition draws young
The Student Activism exhibition (學動運生), organized by the Institute of Sociology (社會研究所) and the Digital Center (數位文化中心) of the Academia Sinica (中央研究院), has drawn more than 600 visitors since it opened in late April, with the great majority coming from local primary schools.
Haircuts of a spiky and unorthodox nature have reportedly been banned in Iran because they imply devil-worship, while tattoos and other male bodily adornments are also being outlawed.
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