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US President Donald Trump claimed that ties with Russia are worse than during the Cold War.
POSTED |  11-04-2018
A comprehensive survey has warned that animal and plant species are in decline in every world region.
POSTED |  23-03-2018
Retail outlets are no longer obliged to accept cash between 10 p.m. and 6.00 a.m. in Denmark.
POSTED |  06-01-2018
Incentives to promote commercial tree planting are being considered by Lao policy-makers.
POSTED |  15-08-2017
Scientists are one step closer to transplanting pig organs into ailing patients whose bodies...
POSTED |  11-08-2017
A wide swath of middle-class Americans are hoarding money in banks due to economic...
POSTED |  15-07-2017
Pilotless aircraft, flying electric vehicles and bespoke air cabins are the future of flight.
POSTED |  13-07-2017
A Minnesota judge has ruled that Prince’s six siblings are the heirs to his estate.
POSTED |  19-05-2017
World Bank investments in commercial financial institutions are indirectly ...
POSTED |  17-03-2017
Ecological problems are piling up in Russia and damaging the country’s economy.
POSTED |  27-12-2016
Plucked out of poverty, 1,000 children in Ivory Coast are being given a...
POSTED |  24-11-2016
One-third of Shanghai’s residents over 35 are diabetics or on their way to developing diabetes.
POSTED |  14-11-2016
A unique survey of the swearing habits of men and women has revealed ...
POSTED |  06-11-2016-- By Nicholas Hellen --
The US has been identified as one of four where the world’s high-skilled immigrants are increasingly living.
POSTED |  30-10-2016
British scientists are on the verge of confirming a treatment for HIV if a new treatment trial...
POSTED |  02-10-2016
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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.