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About 40 percent of Japanese respondents in a survey believe husbands should work full time while their wives stay at home.
POSTED |  14-07-2014
Maersk Oil is leaving Brazil as its oil fields there are simply not as profitable as the company originally thought.
POSTED |  13-07-2014
Atlantic City's crumbling casino market disintegrated even further on 12 July 2014, as the owners of the Trump Plaza casino said they expect to shut down in mid-September.
POSTED |  13-07-2014
Progress has been made in encouraging Icelandic pig farmers to abide by the law where the gelding of pigs is concerned.
POSTED |  13-07-2014
We don't live in the prehistoric age. Dinosaurs don't exist anymore. So why did Steven Spielberg kill a triceratops?
POSTED |  13-07-2014
Indonesia’s election commission began the task of tallying about 140 million votes to meet a two-week deadline to announce the winner of the country’s closest-ever presidential election.
POSTED |  10-07-2014
The Republican chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Ed Royce, on Wednesday (9 July 2014) likened conditions faced by minority Muslims in western Myanmar to concentration camps.
POSTED |  10-07-2014
The two Indonesian presidential candidates, Joko Widodo and Prabowo Subianto, claimed victory today (9 July 2014).
POSTED |  09-07-2014
US electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc is being sued in China for trademark infringement.
POSTED |  09-07-2014
Washington state authorities issued their first retail marijuana licences on Monday (7 July 2014).
POSTED |  08-07-2014
A sophisticated group of hackers believed to be associated with the Chinese government suddenly began breaching computers belonging to US experts on Iraq as the rebellion there escalated.
POSTED |  08-07-2014
Hidden Cash sparked a frenzy of would-be treasure seekers at two locations on Monday evening in Fresno.
POSTED |  08-07-2014
The Nobel Laureate who proved that human papilloma virus causes cervical cancer has a new theory -- that eating beef can cause colon cancer.
POSTED |  07-07-2014
The $25 billion high-end perfume industry is readying itself for EU regulations that will come into force in early 2015.
POSTED |  07-07-2014
Rainbow trout, introduced in South Africa in 1897 for sport-fishing, have invaded streams and rivers in Western Cape.
POSTED |  07-07-2014
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