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  1. Charges over broken statueRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Pnompenh Post

    Charges have been filed in the case of a tourist from New Zealand who toppled and broke a Buddha statue in Cambodia's ancient Bayon temple before fleeing back to New Zealand, a police official has confirmed. "Even though she is not Cambodian, according to the law we have to file a complaint against her to protect our heritage and statues.

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  2. Champions League - Schalke beat Sporting in seven-goal thrillerRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Yahoo!

    A stoppage-time penalty from Schalke 04's Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting snatched a 4-3 win against Sporting in the Champions League on Tuesday for their first victory and a winning return to the competition for new coach Roberto Di Matteo. In a rollercoaster game, Schalke squandered a two-goal lead after coming from a goal down when Adrien Silva struck twice in the second half.

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  3. Wouldn't it be nice? Building your own caravan parkRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | ABC News

    It was the property the Gary and Sharyn Walters occasionally drove past; a slice of land nestled between sugar cane fields and a small lake just north of Childers in Queensland. On every drive-by the comment was the same, 'wouldn't it be great to own that one day?'.

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  4. Master Drawings in New York announces highlights at the 2015 editionRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Art Daily

    The tenth edition of Master Drawings in New York January 24 A- February 1, 2015 promises to be the best ever. More than thirty of the worldA's leading dealers are coming to New York City to offer for sale master art works in pencil, pen and ink, chalk and charcoal, as well as oil on paper sketches and watercolours, created by iconic artists working in the 16th to 21st centuries.

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    5 hrs ago | SFGate

    A ghost town in Connecticut is going up for auction just in time for Halloween. Johnsonville Village will go for $800,000 on Oct. 28, according to an Auction.com news release.

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  6. Neighbors seeks relief from construction projects' night Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | SFGate

    After months of listening to Rincon Hill residents complain that after-hours construction was disrupting their sleep and rattling their nerves, the city's Department of Building Inspection on Friday stopped issuing new night noise permits. For the neighborhood's 2,000 residents, most of whom live in a smattering of relatively new condo towers such as One Rincon Hill or the Metropolitan, the moratorium promised a respite from the constant clanging, beeping and jackhammering that could drive even a sound sleeper to the Best Western at Fisherman's Wharf.

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  7. A rare photographic window into the Victorian and Edwardian age of motoring for sale at BonhamsRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Art Daily

    ... is a truly magnificent spectacle and offers members of the public a rare opportunity to view 500 pre-1905 vehicles travel on mass along public roads. There are many places and ways to view the cars along the 60-mile route from Hyde Park, London to ...

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  8. Q&A With Irish Dancer Taylor ReardiganRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    From the fancy beauty pageant-esque hair and extravagant dresses to the rapid moving feet of dancers across the stage, Irish Dance is undoubtedly one of the most mesmerizing dance styles in the way of performance art. I recently had the opportunity to interview Irish Dancer Taylor Reardigan about her lifelong passion for Irish Dance and her plans for the future, read our interview below to find out more about this captivating dancer.

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  9. Denmark Becomes Second Country to Let Citizens Choose Their Gender Without SurgeryRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Yes! Magazine

    ... the police in some routine control and they don't believe that this is my identification?" He also chose to limit his travel abroad. "I'd heard of others that had problems and I didn't want to put myself through that," he said. "So I'm looking ...

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  10. Dangerous pandering to public on EbolaRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press

    ... on Ebola. The expert is you, the American people. According to polls, most of us want the government to ban all travel to the United States from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. Therefore, the argument goes, the government should do it. "We ...

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  11. Iconsiam to host Takashimiya storeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    Takashimaya, a 185-year-old Japanese department store chain, will open its first branch in Thailand in Iconsiam, a premium shopping-cum-residential project on the Chao Phraya River, in 2017. Takashimaya's Koji Suzuki shakes hand with Iconsiam's Pasinee Limatibul as Narong Chearavanont and Yoko Yasuda look on.

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  12. Target offers free shipping on all holiday itemsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Silver City Sun-News

    Target Corp. is offering for the first time free holiday shipping on all items, including even $6 lipsticks, as the discounter throws itself in the ring to compete better with the likes of Amazon. The Minneapolis-based chain said its free shipping offer starts Wednesday and will last through Dec. 20. The move is unusually early for a retailer - coming weeks before the official holiday season kickoff over the Thanksgiving weekend - and could squeeze Target's profit margins.

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  13. EDITORIAL: A respite from EbolaRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Washington Times

    ... wanted to visit a friend in the United States. The administration continues to dig in, refusing to block unnecessary travel. Jeh Johnson, secretary of homeland security, announced Tuesday that flights from the afflicted West African countries will ...

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  14. New flight restrictions for people traveling from Ebola plagued countriesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | KGNS-TV Laredo

    They require any one traveling from the Ebola plagued countries to land at one of five U.S. airports: New York's JFK, Newark, Washington Dulles, Atlanta or Chicago, where enhanced screening measures are now in place. Dr. Amy Ray says, "We really want a fresh pair of eyes watching step by step the adequate, safe removal of all personal protective equipment occurs without contamination."

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  15. Wanted: An enthusiastic serf to polish a baronet's broadsword:...Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    'We watched as Lady Colin Campbell, the royal biographer, threw a dinner party in her tiny South London flat, with hired help' Sir Humphry Wakefield has a job proposition. He's looking for a servant prepared to devote 'life and soul' to his stately home, Chillingham Castle.

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  16. Lincoln County hospital stocks up on protective gearRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Ruidoso News

    ... Stone asked about the training of school nurses in recognizing symptoms and screening. Jackson repeated that foreign travel is the key and without that element, most likely a common virus is the cause. Santos said school nurses have been provided ...

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  17. Ben Bradlee, legendary Washington Post Executive Editor, dead at 93Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | CBS News

    Journalism lost a giant today. Former Washington Post Executive Editor Ben Bradlee has died.

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  18. Ebola, politics and fearRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Denver Post

    ... together to solve our problems? We need to deal with the Ebola concern. The best solution to avoiding Ebola is to not travel to West Africa and to send money to those who are fighting the outbreak there. And in the meantime, everyone over 6 months ...

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  19. MSC ships to get bigger and betterRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Canada.com

    MSC Armonia is the first cruise ship to go under the knife as part of the Renaissance refurbishment program. The ship will be cut in half and a 24-metre section inserted.

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  20. US Restricts West Africa Travelers To 5 AirportsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | NewsOne

    ... airports , the report says. "We are working closely with the airlines to implement these restrictions with minimal travel disruption," Johnson said. "If not already handled by the airlines, the few impacted travelers should contact the airlines for ...

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