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  1. Porec: Croatia's Hidden GemRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Online Scene

    In recent years, the Croatian cities of Dubrovnik and Split have aided Croatia's growth as a tourist destination and it's not hard to see why. Croatia is home to beautiful architecture and brilliantly blue seas.


  2. Dr. Hussain Isma'eel shares 'The GEMS' for aspiring doctorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    " The GEMS " is an effort to provide a concise and general guide that can help medical students gain access to a global understanding of medical practice as a healing process. By emphasizing healing and process, author Dr. Hussain Isma'eel highlights the difference between healing and disease curing, and also ensures that students are introduced to the "how" of this process in a step by step manner.


  3. Manitoba Leads the Way in GrowthRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    Mariette Mulaire says in the Provencher Bridge has become the "iconic Esplanade Riel" and is an example of changes in Manitoba's capital over the last decade. The news that Manitoba will outdo nine of the 10 provinces next year in the barometer for economic health, the gross national product, was exciting but only confirmed what many of us have been witnessing for a long time.


  4. UK watchdog bans Jerusalem travel advertRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Jewish Chronicle

    The UK advertising watchdog has banned an Israeli government tourism advert for "misleading consumers" by suggested that the Old City of Jerusalem was part of Israel. The Advertising Standards Authority reject the advert which was published in a brochure called "Israel Land of Creation" and showed a panorama of the walled Old City with the text "Israel has it all".


  5. UK bans ad for implying Jerusalem's Old City part of IsraelRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Times of Israel

    Britain's advertising watchdog banned an Israeli government tourism advertisement for suggesting that the Old City of Jerusalem is part of Israel on Wednesday. The newspaper brochure showed a panorama of the walled Old City with the text "Israel has it all", and was ruled misleading by the Advertising Standards Authority , which said it implied the UNESCO World Heritage Site was part of Israel.


  6. Winnipeg at the tipping pointRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Winnipeg Free Press

    The news that next year Manitoba will outdo nine of the 10 provinces in the barometer for economic health, the gross national product, was exciting but only confirmed what many of us have been witnessing for a long time. Manitoba has changed.


  7. Celebrating in Curacao: A couple's anniversary trip to the Caribbean islandRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | Deseret News

    Sometimes, as an airline employee, I find travel plans don't always come off as intended. After 22 years, I'd have to say I'm pretty much used to it; I've learned to be flexible.


  8. Depart From Spring Break Tradition and Explore Hot Destinations Like...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | PRWeb

    It's Spring Break 2015a leave the same old beach and bar scene behind . Viator - the leading resource for researching and booking tours and activities worldwide - has selected the top three coolest ways to experience five of the hottest spring break destinations like an insider: The Bahamas, Cancun, Jamaica, Miami and Puerto Rico.


  9. Hyderabad visitors welcome Jaitley's move to resurrect historical tombsRead the original story

    Monday Mar 2 | Newkerala.com

    Visitors to the Quli Qutb Shahi tombs complex in Hyderabad lauded Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's announcement that financial help would be extended for restoration work of the tombs. Jaitley had, in his budget speech, said that heritage sites were 'still deficient and needed restoration, interpretation centres and plans for benefitting communities around them' and resources for the same would be provided to the Quli Qutb Shahi Tombs and eight other heritage sites in the country.


  10. Rockies horseback trek a uniquely Canadian experienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | The London Free Press

    Riders make their way into a meadow in the backcountry of Banff National Park. The Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies is a non-profit group thati 1 2s been operating luxury trail rides for 92 years.


  11. Discovering Beirut, wild child of the Middle EastRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | The Straits Times

    Sunset at the Corniche , a pedestrian boulevard that wraps itself around the coastline in Beirut, is not to be missed. -- PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES Evoking Beirut's romantic past is the landmark Rose House, an Ottoman villa overlooking the Mediterranean in the heart of the Lebanese capital.


  12. Afghanistan's first lady speaks up: Ruth MarcusRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Erie Times News

    Ghani, whose husband, Ashraf Ghani, became president in 2014, is a natural-born diplomat, careful to note the distinction between her situation and that of her younger predecessor. "We are in different phases of our lives," said Rula Ghani, 66. Zeenat Karzai herself once acknowledged the societal constraints against taking an active role as first lady.


  13. Future of Beirut Street Art Remains Bright, Despite Recent LegislationRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 28 | Forbes.com

    I am here to share ideas on how to save, invest or make money, enabling millennials to travel into the world, whether their destination is a few blocks or a few thousand miles away. Currently the co-editor of StepFeed, a digital media platform in the Middle East, I cover business and technology in the region.


  14. Tripoli residents engage in dialogue onlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | The Daily Star

    TRIPOLI, Lebanon: Every Sunday morning social media activists gather in a Tripoli coffee shop and discuss civic affairs for hours, after having spent the week debating online. After messaging on Facebook and WhatsApp for several months the members began a forum to discuss issues of importance to the city, as well as their most pressing thoughts and beliefs.


  15. After 6,000 Years, Time For A Renovation At Iraq's CitadelRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | National Public Radio

    A view of the ancient Citadel in center of Erbil, in northern Iraq. Built 6,000 years ago, the Citadel may be the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in the world.


  16. Marcus: Afghan first lady delicately broaches women's issuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | The Columbian

    The most striking thing about interviewing Rula Ghani, the first lady of Afghanistan, may be that the interview is taking place at all. Consider Zeenat Karzai, the physician wife of former Afghan President Hamid Karzai, was rarely seen in public during her husband's decadelong tenure.


  17. Don't let presidential dispute disrupt Cabinet's work: HezbollahRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | The Daily Star

    Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri, right, receives Minister Boutros Harb in Beirut, Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015. BEIRUT: Disagreement over the government's decision-making mechanism must be an incentive for electing a president, Hezbollah's deputy head said Thursday, highlighting that the Cabinet's work should not be disrupted.


  18. Too few women in business: expertsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | The Daily Star

    BEIRUT: The percentage of women in startup companies in Lebanon is very low despite several initiatives to encourage females launch their own businesses, experts said Thursday. "Our company has so far given around 95 investments to new startups and around 20 percent of these projects are owned by women," Youssef Hamidaddin, CEO at investment company Oasis 500, told participants in the New Arab Women Forum aimed at discussing challenges facing women entrepreneurs in the Arab region.


  19. Photos Capture Some of the Oldest Trees on EarthRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Criminal Report Daily

    Photographer Beth Moon spent 14 years traveling across the world to find and photograph the world's oldest trees. She spent time in the United States as well as remote areas and reserves in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.


  20. U.N. envoy de Mistura en route to SyriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | The Daily Star

    United Nations special envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura answers journalists' questions after a meeting with Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal al-Moqdad in the Syrian capital Damascus on February 11, 2015. AFP PHOTO/LOUAI BESHARA BEIRUT: U.N. envoy to Syria Staffan de Mistura will land in Beirut Thursday to travel to Syria, a source from the airport said.