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Inspiring young men to step out in the world of dance Inspiring young men to step out in the world of danceDate: 25/07/2014

Boys from Man Made Youth, a new contemporary dance company in Birmingham just for young men founded by Johnny Autin...

For Every Bottle, This Recycling Machine Dispenses Dog Food for Strays For Every Bottle, This Recycling Machine Dispenses Dog Food for StraysDate: 24/07/2014

In Istanbul, Turkey, where thousands of stray dogs live on the city streets, a new vending machine aims to dispense foods for...

Britain's Prince George turns one Britain's Prince George turns oneDate: 23/07/2014

He has graced the cover of Vanity Fair, charmed world leaders on jetsetting tours, is already a national fashion icon - and on...

Rebels release train with bodies from downed jet Rebels release train with bodies from downed jetDate: 22/07/2014

Hrabove - Bowing to international pressure, pro-Moscow separatists released a train packed with bodies and handed over the...

World celebrates Mandela Day with good deeds World celebrates Mandela Day with good deedsDate: 21/07/2014

People around the world have celebrated "Mandela Day" for the first time since the iconic South African leader's death by doing...

Fugard wins global arts prize Fugard wins global arts prizeDate: 18/07/2014

Cape Town – South African playwright Athol Fugard is the first African to win the Praemium Imperiale, a global arts prize...

World’s oldest man World’s oldest manDate: 17/07/2014

Rio de Janeiro – A Brazilian resthome for the elderly believes it may be home to the world’s oldest person, a man born in a...

Italy rescues more than 1 700 boat migrants in three days Italy rescues more than 1 700 boat migrants in three daysDate: 16/07/2014

Italy's search and rescue mission saved more than 1 700 migrants in the Mediterranean in the past three days and found one...

C of E to vote 'yes' for women bishops C of E to vote 'yes' for women bishopsDate: 15/07/2014

London - The Church of England was set on Monday to let women become bishops in a vote that would overturn centuries of...

These penguins in Norway are in danger of overheating due to hotter than usual temperatures These penguins in Norway are in danger of overheating due to hotter than usual temperaturesDate: 14/07/2014

Zookeepers in Norway are taking extraordinary precautions to keep the birds cool...

Sun-powered spaceship to be launched Sun-powered spaceship to be launchedDate: 11/07/2014

Washington - A tiny spacecraft designed to sail by the power of the sun is scheduled to launch atop a SpaceX rocket in 2016...

How a Password Changed One Man’s Life For the Better How a Password Changed One Man’s Life For the BetterDate: 10/07/2014

Mauricio Estrella, an associate creative director in Shanghai, developed a unique way to create and remember passwords...

No more naked Apollos on Russian banknotes, lawmaker says No more naked Apollos on Russian banknotes, lawmaker saysDate: 09/07/2014

Naked images of Greek God Apollo graced buildings and paintings for centuries, but his disrobed body shocked a Russian lawmaker...

Fossil of 'largest flying bird' identified Fossil of 'largest flying bird' identifiedDate: 08/07/2014

The fossilised remains of the largest flying bird ever found have been identified by scientists...

Industry supports push for international carbon permits Industry supports push for international carbon permitsDate: 07/07/2014

The Climate Change Authority is urging the Government to cut emissions by buying international carbon permits. It says it would...

Queen to smash whisky on UK's biggest warship Queen to smash whisky on UK's biggest warshipDate: 04/07/2014

London - Queen Elizabeth II is to smash a bottle of whisky over the British navy's biggest ever ship at its naming ceremony in...

101 Years At Sea: Oldest Message Ever Found in Bottle Reveals German Roots 101 Years At Sea: Oldest Message Ever Found in Bottle Reveals German RootsDate: 03/07/2014

An old brown beer bottle had been bobbing in the sea for 101 years before fisherman Konrad Fischer plucked it out of the Baltic...

Fog Catchers Pull Water From Air in Chile’s Dry Fields Fog Catchers Pull Water From Air in Chile’s Dry FieldsDate: 02/07/2014

Where the cold waters of the Humboldt current meet the dry hot air along northern Chile, a thick fog rises up off the Pacific...

Prince tours children’s centre in Chile Prince tours children’s centre in ChileDate: 01/07/2014

Santiago - Britain's Prince Harry, on the last day of a three-day official visit to Chile, joked and played with handicapped...

30 national parks you need to visit outside the U.S. 30 national parks you need to visit outside the U.S.Date: 30/06/2014

Countries throughout the world have designated areas to protect and preserve. iReporters shared photos of the best national...

New Zealand schoolboy wins right to keep long hair New Zealand schoolboy wins right to keep long hairDate: 27/06/2014

Judge finds Catholic college was wrong to suspend Lucan Battison, who had offered to wear his hair in a bun...

SEE IT: ‘World’s first’ android newscasters deliver the news in Japan SEE IT: ‘World’s first’ android newscasters deliver the news in JapanDate: 26/06/2014

During a demonstration, ‘Kodomoroid’ and ‘Otonaroid’ told human reporters about an earthquake and an FBI raid. The two lifelike...

Bieber in crash during paparazzo chase Bieber in crash during paparazzo chaseDate: 25/06/2014

London - Justin Bieber was involved in a car crash on Tuesday. The 20-year-old star was travelling in an Escalade when it was...

Cartographies of Time Cartographies of TimeDate: 24/06/2014

We believe that places are like people and that each has a unique personality. A defining and often delightful aspect of each...

Thousands descend in France for Hellfest 2014 Thousands descend in France for Hellfest 2014Date: 23/06/2014

The festival has been run annually since 2006 - This years artists headlines included Aerosmith, Iron Maiden and Black Sabbath...

Cat and Lynx Become Purrrfect Zoo Couple Cat and Lynx Become Purrrfect Zoo CoupleDate: 20/06/2014

A cat and a lynx have become a purrr-fect couple, living together in Leningrad Zoo in Saint Petersburg, Russia...

This Indian city is on a quest to get rid of shantytowns. This Indian city is on a quest to get rid of shantytowns.Date: 19/06/2014

Le Corbusier’s urban design failed to plan for laborers. Chandigarh city is trying to fix that, but some residents are ending...

Picasso Portrait Of Mystery Man Revealed Picasso Portrait Of Mystery Man RevealedDate: 18/06/2014

Art experts are trying to identify the man painted beneath the Spanish artist's 1901 work, The Blue Room...

SA rower bids to break Guinness record SA rower bids to break Guinness recordDate: 17/06/2014

Cameron Bellamy, 32, departed on a Guinness World Record attempt journey Thursday, travelling from Geraldton in Australia to...

Astronauts Kick Off World Cup With Their Own Soccer Game Astronauts Kick Off World Cup With Their Own Soccer GameDate: 13/06/2014

Few athletes get the chance to play soccer at the World Cup, but even fewer get a chance to play the game in outer-space...



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