Apr 29, 2009

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Shanghai sets up for World Expo

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Europe's newest Muslims

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World's first cloned camel

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Scientists claim to create glow-in-the-dark dogs

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Livonians, a tiny voice in the Baltics

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Face masks fly off shelves in Tokyo

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Pakistan's refugee crisis

Apr 28, 2009

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Hungarian herds head for hills

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Tokyo gadget culture gets boost

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Chinese pandas rehomed after quake

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Skimpy skiiers mark end of season

Apr 27, 2009

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War-torn families in Congo reunited

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South Africa through the eyes of post-apartheid generation

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The Truth About Germany: German Cuisine

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Pope creates five new saints

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Mass wedding in China's quake city

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Damien Hirst Ukrainian retrospective

Apr 24, 2009

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Jacques Tati fans see smoke over 'missing pipe'

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Europe's cross-border deal hunters

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Iraq's illiterate hit the books

Apr 23, 2009

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China's movie industry takes off

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'Our Body' exhibit banned in France

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Musicians play wine glass harp

Apr 22, 2009

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Blogger: Miss Calif. gave 'awful' answer

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Tourists flock to China's Birds Nest

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Latvian chef's birch sap swill

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Breathable gin bar

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China's tallest man hopeful

Apr 21, 2009

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The World Digital Library opens its virtual doors

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First moon images no longer lost in space

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Stephen Hawking seriously ill

Apr 20, 2009

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Adver-tweets' eroding trust between Twitterers: critics

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Major modern art collection goes under the hammer

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Team hope to find Cleopatra's tomb

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Economic Downturn could 'harm' environment

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Library book returned after 145 years

Apr 19, 2009

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Scarification takes body art to new depths

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Opera talent sing for their supper.

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Russia's inflatable army

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Recession hits German prostitutes

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India's bulletproofing boom

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Training shoe hurling at politicians

Apr 17, 2009

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Paris gets horse-driven carriages

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SARS case feared in Russia

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Serbia cares for abandoned joey

Apr 16, 2009

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Community gardens blossom

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Spokane park to 'blast' squirrel problem

Apr 15, 2009

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Iraqis take holidays as security improves

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Tree in lung mystery

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Pawnbrokers open beside London banks

Apr 14, 2009

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A colorful approach to dentist anxiety

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Laid-off workers bet on clean energy boom

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Greening the Central American skies

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Royalty made of sand on French beach

Apr 13, 2009

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Kids photograph Nigeria's slums

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Elephant shows off flair for painting

Apr 8, 2009

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Gazans scavange rubbish dumps

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Bitter economy melts chocolate sales

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Kandinsky gets retrospective in Paris

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Cooling the Earth, One Roof at a Time

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GM, Segway partner for 2-seater vehicle

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A new generation of Star Trek movies

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Raw Video: Shoe thrown at Indian minister

Apr 7, 2009

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Polish workers to ride out Ireland's economic crisis

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First video released of N. Korean rocket launch

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South Florida croc resurgence threatens people

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"Song-a-day" musician is a hit on Youtube

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Paris-On-Sea: Architects dream of French capital's expansion

Apr 6, 2009

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Christians mark Palm Sunday

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Why are Washington residents smuggling detergent

Apr 2, 2009

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Soup lines form in Spanish crisis

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Native Americans also hit by economic downturn

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1 in 3 UK children live in poverty

Apr 1, 2009

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Pakistan in the spotlight after string of terror attacks

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Scientists develop dream recorder

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Naked Paris vaulter seeks sponsors

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Eiffel Tower, 120 years old, gets facelift

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Music therapy for Russian children

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Race to save UK honey bee

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Unemployed compete in their own "Olympics"