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Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Vanuatuans pray — to Prince Philip
Standing under his sacred banyan tree, Albi Nagia sings as he cracks open a coconut with a few deft strikes from his bush machete. He chews the meat inside and spits it out in a shower, to the delight of the gathering chickens.
Nothing gets between Swedes and their 'fika'
The French have their wine, the British have their tea. For Swedes, it's all about "fika," the de rigueur daily coffee break with a sweet nibble that is a social institution.
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Bees are 'sick of humans' but it's man who will feel the sting: experts
In a worrying development which could threaten food production, South Africa's traditionally tough honeybees -- which had been resistant to disease -- are now getting "sick of humans," with the population of the crucial pollinators collapsing, experts say.
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Takashi Sakai is a healthy 41-year-old heterosexual man with a good job and a charming smile. But he's never had sex, one of a growing number of middle-aged Japanese men who are still virgins.
World's first 'feeling' leg prosthesis offers new sense of hope to amputees
The world's first artificial leg capable of simulating the feelings of a real limb and fighting phantom pain was unveiled by researchers in Vienna on Monday.
World's first 'feeling' leg prosthesis offers new sense of hope to amputees
The world's first artificial leg capable of simulating the feelings of a real limb and fighting phantom pain was unveiled by researchers in Vienna on Monday.
Barefoot, with sweat pouring down their naked chests, 50 men slave in the depths of the Central African forest digging for diamonds in a sandy pit half the size of a soccer pitch.
Sunday, June 7, 2015
Apple on Monday is expected to unveil a ramped up music service that builds on the iPhone maker's strengths in a challenge to Spotify, Pandora and other established players.
Threatened by disease and deforestation, the world's last isolated tribes in the Amazon are on a collision course with modern society like never before, experts say.
Pregnant women regularly exposed to a range of detergents, solvents and pesticides have a substantially greater risk of giving birth to boys with genital deformities, according to a new French study.
  
  
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