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From the people who brought Heritage India to Washington, now comes recently opened Crossroads , a multinational tour of the world's cuisines.
NASA's Landsat satellites have been snapping pictures of the Earth from orbit since 1972.
According to a Los Angeles Times report , that's the travel nightmare story Sandy Valdivieso and her husband, Triet Vo, will get to tell for the rest of their lives.
President Obama is planning major diplomatic initiatives with China and Africa in the coming weeks, the White House announced Monday.
Photographs of British war hero Field Marshal Montgomery returning to the scene of his greatest victory 25 years later have emerged for sale.
Last night , Cllr Anne Roberts was elected as Woking Borough's 40th Mayor at the official Mayor-Making Ceremony, which took place at the Civic Offices during the Annual Meeting of Woking Borough Council.
Age slows us all, but a few rare types sail through the years somehow unimpeded.
Sudan's foreign minister said on Friday neighbour South Sudan had promised him it would not let rebels operate across their shared border, defusing a row that had threatened a key oil deal.
Dozens of migrant domestic workers are being trafficked over the Lebanese border into Syria every month, despite the war raging there and official bans by Syria and several major source countries against bringing in new labor, officials from the Indonesian and Philippine embassies said Friday.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is scheduled to visit the Middle East and Africa later this month, the State Department announced on Friday.
Swiss billionaire Jean-Claude Gandur poses next to 'Sarah,' a painting by Jean Fautrier, one of his collection of masterpieces on display in late 2011 at the Fabre museum, Montpellier.
When Jean Baptiste*, a medical student from Lubumbashi, in the Democratic Republic of Congo , arrived in South Africa in September 2012, he headed straight for Cape Town, where he knew he would be able to stay with his brother.
JAS MANGAT will seize the opportunity to shake off stage fright in the special stage at Lusaka show grounds today as he embarks on a fourth attempt at the Africa championship in the Zambia International Rally.