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Tougher penalties for using mobile phones while driving are being considered by the British government.
POSTED |  12-06-2014
The economic crisis in Europe and North America led to more than 10,000 extra suicides.
POSTED |  12-06-2014
Authorities in Nigeria's northeastern state of Adamawa have ordered all venues planning to screen live coverage of the football World Cup to close.
POSTED |  12-06-2014
Enterprises in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) are looking for ways to reduce their heavy reliance on China.
POSTED |  12-06-2014
Vampires get a friendly reception in Wellington -- or rather, Vellington.
POSTED |  10-06-2014
New Delhi recorded the season's highest temperature (at Safdarjung) on Monday at 45.5 degrees Celsius.
POSTED |  10-06-2014
The Taiwanese government needs to boost police numbers and enhance their welfare.
POSTED |  10-06-2014
Dunkin’ Brands announced on Monday that it would have to raise its prices.
POSTED |  10-06-2014
European governments are turning their attention to prostitution, drugs and contraband as possible ways of boosting their economic growth profiles.
POSTED |  09-06-2014
Teams arriving in Brazil for the World Cup have been greeted by cheering throngs.
POSTED |  09-06-2014
Michael Jackson's children spend up to US$8 million a year, according to the New York Post.
POSTED |  09-06-2014
Psy has tried out a fresh sound with a hip-hop tale of drunken debauchery co-starring American rapper Snoop Dogg.
POSTED |  09-06-2014
Allocating a separate economic and industrial zone in Chittagong for Chinese investors is under the Bangladesh government's consideration.
POSTED |  09-06-2014
US food industry is worried about a new Vermont state law requiring genetically modified foods to be labelled.
POSTED |  08-06-2014
Hedgehogs are steadily growing in popularity across the United States.
POSTED |  08-06-2014
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China now the biggest source of foreign tourists to Boston
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