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An Alaskan man crashed through the sea ice on his snow machine on 15 Dec 2014 during a trip from Wainwright to Barrow and managed to survive outside for three days before being rescued.
POSTED |  27-12-2014
The countdown at the Bund has been canceled ...
POSTED |  25-12-2014
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe launched his third Cabinet on Wednesday night (24 Dec 2014) after he was re-elected as the nation’s 97th prime minister.
POSTED |  25-12-2014
It’s actually the liberal-minded Democrats who shelled out the most cash on last month’s midterm US elections.
POSTED |  25-12-2014
The Ethiopian Space Science Society has completed the construction of two of its research stations.
POSTED |  25-12-2014
In the wake of the Peshawar school tragedy, a ban ...
POSTED |  24-12-2014
Buoyed by higher shrimp exports to the US, Vietnam’s total seafood exports increased by 18% to US$7.9 billion in 2014.
POSTED |  24-12-2014
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has called a meeting to finalise ...
POSTED |  23-12-2014
A new policy on Malaysia’s war on drugs is being drafted to better combat the social ill.
POSTED |  23-12-2014
The Russian ruble rose to a two-week high on Tuesday (23 Dec 2014) after the government and the Central Bank put pressure on large state-owned exporters to sell dollars to stop further steep losses for the local currency.
POSTED |  23-12-2014
Dinner Lab, a national, members-only culinary pop-up that helps rising American chefs gain exposure, launched on Monday (22 Dec 2014) in Boston.
POSTED |  23-12-2014
China’s top legislature started reading a draft ...
POSTED |  22-12-2014
Despite the end of its 13-year war on December 31, Afghanistan appears in the grip of worsening violence and the remaining foreign workers have retreated further inside fortified compounds.
POSTED |  22-12-2014
A new email claiming to be from the group responsible for the Sony Pictures hack seems to mock the FBI, which named North Korea responsible for the attack on Friday.
POSTED |  22-12-2014
Passenger traffic was flat for the first ten months of 2014 at Bob Hope Airport outside Los Angeles, after two years of declining numbers.
POSTED |  22-12-2014
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