Eight year old karate kid goes viral with Darth Maul skills

Eight year old karate kid goes viral with Darth Maul skills

The Force is strong with eight-year-old Ontario boy Savino Quatela, who is dazzling online viewers and the martial arts world with weapon skills he developed in part from watching Darth Maul in “Star Wars.” Videos of Savino’s incredible precision with...
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German Social Democrats vote to open talks with Merkel’s conservatives

German Social Democrats vote to open talks with Merkel’s conservatives

Deadly clashes in the West Bank over US Jerusalem move Read more European states call for US peace proposals for the Middle East Read more Peacekeepers in DR Congo suffers deadliest attack against a UN mission Read more World leaders...
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Turkish, Greek leaders seek PR boost on historic – and tricky – visit

Turkish, Greek leaders seek PR boost on historic – and tricky – visit

Iraqi PM declares ‘end of war’ against Islamic State group Read more France pays homage to late rock icon Johnny Hallyday Read more Lafarge bosses indicted on terror financing charges Read more UN Security Council rebukes US over Jerusalem decision...
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Review: ‘The Crown’ Season 2 Takes the Queen From Crisis to Crisis

Review: ‘The Crown’ Season 2 Takes the Queen From Crisis to Crisis

He’s not the most dynamic of dramatists, however, and what made those films special was casting — Helen Mirren and Michael Sheen in “The Queen,” Mr. Sheen and Frank Langella in “Frost/Nixon.” He needs great actors to put his words...
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Australian PM searches for crochet bike creator

Australian PM searches for crochet bike creator

Image copyright MalcolmTurnbull Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has started a search on social media to find the creator of a rainbow-coloured, crochet-covered bicycle, which was anonymously left outside his home two months ago. Mr Turnbull uploaded...
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£72,500 social care cap to be scrapped, MPs told

£72,500 social care cap to be scrapped, MPs told

Image copyright Science Photo Library A £72,500 cap on social care costs due to come into effect in England will be scrapped, a health minister says. The proposed cap on an individual’s care costs was developed following the recommendations of...
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Avocado injuries a thing of the past?

Avocado injuries a thing of the past?

Image copyright Marks and Spencer It seems the onward march of the humble avocado is unstoppable. Earlier this month we had news of the Hawaiian avocado “as big as my head” vying for a place in the record books. Now...
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Turkey’s Erdogan calls for border treaty review in Greece visit

Turkey’s Erdogan calls for border treaty review in Greece visit

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionGreeks react to the rare visit by a Turkish leader The first visit to Greece by a Turkish head of state in 65 years has got off to a tense start, with...
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China coal-to-gas switch delayed to avert heating crisis

China coal-to-gas switch delayed to avert heating crisis

Image copyright ReutersImage caption Coal-fired heating has been China’s favourite fuel but the environmental concerns have pushed the government to convert to cleaner alternatives The Chinese government has scaled back its ambitious plans to eradicate c...
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Classical Dance Drama In Kerala, Indian Drama and Theatre

Classical Dance Drama In Kerala, Indian Drama and Theatre

 Classical Dance Drama of Kerala holds a special place in the history of its culture and tradition. They need a special mention as some of its dance forms are the oldest and the most popular in the world. Kerala is...
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Number of Americans with Alzheimer’s will double by 2060

Number of Americans with Alzheimer’s will double by 2060

The rate of Alzheimer’s disease in America is expected to double by 2060 to 15 million, a new study revealed.   That is up from this year’s rate of 6.08 million Americans that have the debilitating brain disease. This study –...
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