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A Shanghai man partially paralyzed after falling off a roof five years ago can now walk unaided thanks to a new medical treatment.
POSTED |  20-03-2015
An Ohio man freed last year after spending 39 years in jail for a murder he did not commit will receive more than $1 million from the state.
POSTED |  20-03-2015
Irish comedian Tommy Tiernan will perform in Moscow on Saturday (21 March 2015) as part of Irish Week.
POSTED |  20-03-2015
Former Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra will stand trial for her role in overseeing a rice subsidy program ...
POSTED |  19-03-2015
A solar-powered airplane on a round-the-world journey took off on Thursday, 19 March 2015, from India and was headed for its next stop in Myanmar.
POSTED |  19-03-2015
Shanghai researchers are teaming up with expatriate scientists to develop a new drug for chronic liver disease.
POSTED |  19-03-2015
Two One Direction members -- Zayn Malik and Louis Tomlinson -- are required to post bonds before their concert in Manila this weekend.
POSTED |  19-03-2015
Indonesia has called off the search for the remaining victims of the AirAsia plane crash ...
POSTED |  18-03-2015
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s ruling Likud Party scored a resounding victory in the country’s election.
POSTED |  18-03-2015
Police in the San Francisco-area city of Napa discovered a man’s body inside an apartment freezer on 17 March 2015.
POSTED |  18-03-2015
A Russian man was jailed for illegally hoarding more than a dozen pieces of gold that he found in a pair of socks by the roadside.
POSTED |  18-03-2015
The health of Singapore’s founding leader Lee Kuan Yew has “worsened” due to ...
POSTED |  17-03-2015
China, Japan and South Korea will this week hold the first meeting of their foreign ministers for three years.
POSTED |  17-03-2015
A new Malaysian airline said Tuesday (17 March 2015) it intends to buy 20 Bombadier CS100 aircraft in a US$1.47 billion deal.
POSTED |  17-03-2015
A New Zealand bar manager and his two Myanmar colleagues were sentenced to two and a half years in jail by a Yangon court for using a Buddha image to promote a cheap drinks night.
POSTED |  17-03-2015
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China now the biggest source of foreign tourists to Boston
China now the biggest source of foreign tourists to Boston
A record number of Chinese tourists visited Boston last year, dethroning the United Kingdom as the No.1 source of overseas tourists.
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