Watch: Adorable toddler quadruplets can’t stop hugging each other

Watch: Adorable toddler quadruplets can’t stop hugging each other

There wasn’t any fighting or sibling rivalry in one northern Alberta household over the holidays. In fact, it was quite the opposite. A set of 20-month-old quadruplets spent New Year’s Day discovering the joys of hugging. If that sounds too...
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How to outsmart winter-related travel woes this season

How to outsmart winter-related travel woes this season

After pummeling parts of northeastern U.S. and moving towards Atlantic Canada, the bomb cyclone is expected to leave in its wake a brutal cold snap that will continue to cause travel headaches. Be it air or road traffic, travelers should...
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Five years on, Kurds march in Paris to demand justice for slain activists

Five years on, Kurds march in Paris to demand justice for slain activists

Trump says would “absolutely” talk to North Korea’s Kim Read more Germany, Turkey pledge to thaw icy relations Read more Who is Jewel Howard Taylor, Liberia’s new vice-president? Read more Kurds demand justice in Paris for slain activists Read more...
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German and Turkish officials vow to end spat

German and Turkish officials vow to end spat

Image copyright Getty ImagesImage caption Mr Gabriel (left) hosted talks with Mr Cavusoglu in Goslar, central Germany Germany’s foreign minister has held talks with his Turkish counterpart in a bid to “overcome difficulties” and improve relat...
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What’s the Cure for Ailing Nations? More Kings and Queens, Monarchists Say

What’s the Cure for Ailing Nations? More Kings and Queens, Monarchists Say

Critics say such views are antiquated and alarming in an era when democracies around the globe appear to be imperiled. The count and his band of fellow monarchists, however, are determined to make their case at conferences, in editorials and...
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Spicy foods and loose clothing can improve circulation

Spicy foods and loose clothing can improve circulation

Suffering from cold hands and feet will be hard to avoid this winter as temperatures reach record-breaking lows causing your blood vessels to constrict. Improving circulation to these extremities can be as easy as wearing mittens instead of gloves, trying...
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Gender pay gap: More than 500 firms reveal their figures

Gender pay gap: More than 500 firms reveal their figures

Image copyright Getty Images Ladbrokes, Easyjet and Virgin Money are among the major companies to reveal gender pay gaps of more than 15% in favour of men for mean hourly pay. Organisations with 250 or more workers must publish their...
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Career is nearly “done and dusted” – Pietersen

Career is nearly “done and dusted” – Pietersen

Jan 6, 2018 ESPNcricinfo staff Kevin Pietersen, one of cricket’s most flamboyant and controversial figures, has announced his impending retirement, stating that he expects to call a complete halt to his playing career by the end of the year. Pietersen,.....
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Mediterranean migrant arrivals halved in Europe in 2017

Mediterranean migrant arrivals halved in Europe in 2017

Germany, Turkey pledge to thaw icy relations Read more Trump’s White House sets record for staff departures Read more Who is Jewel Howard Taylor, Liberia’s new vice-president? Read more Power in Iran: a system governed by religion Read more UN...
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Rare case of sexually transmitted Zika reported in LA

Rare case of sexually transmitted Zika reported in LA

A Los Angeles County woman became the fifth person in the US to contract the virus through sexual intercourse in the past year, and the first in her home city.   The woman’s partner had traveled to Mexico earlier this year,...
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Nabi, bowlers hand Stars fourth loss

Nabi, bowlers hand Stars fourth loss

  shares Melbourne Renegades 4 for 159 (Nabi 52, Finch 43, Hastings 2-24) beat Melbourne Stars 4 for 157 (Dunk 47, Pietersen 40) by six wicketsScorecard and ball-by-ball details Melbourne Renegades jumped to the top of the BBL points table,...
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