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Star masseuse: Dr. Dot hasn't forgotten Seacoast roots Sunday, October 26, 2014 DOVER — For nearly three decades, Dorothy Stein — aka “Dr. Dot” — has made a living massaging rock stars and other...
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Nehad Al-Mashnouq a statesman material
DESPITE the state of emptiness which the Lebanese institutions have been suffering from, security threats from all sides, spread of weapons everywhere and militias tasked to implement foreign agendas;...
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Ministry of Interior
Terry Walsh leaves 'sporting' bureaucracy in a ti...
Hockey coach Terry Walsh has coined a new expression to describe the babus and the officials of the national sports federations - "sporting" bureaucracy! What Walsh meant is, bureaucrats involved in...
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Two modern teens get a 1980s makeover in fashion ...
THE 1980s were ruled by big hair, big shoulder pads and pastel colours. We asked two modern teens to wear their favourite gear of today, and the clothing of their parents’ day. ELOISE NOW Larisa...
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Bogus Husbands Cause Misery
Windhoek — The Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration receives at least two requests on a weekly basis in which Namibian women married to
s request the ministry to help them trace the...
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Wife of slain Australian Robert Ellis was wealthy...
The Indonesian woman arrested in Bali for organising a hit on her Australian husband, Bob Ellis, was extremely well off, spend large sums on gold and jewellery and had full control of the couple's...
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Dead man in Phuket tested for Ebola
The Public Health Ministry is looking into the cause of death of a
who died in Phuket on Thursday after learning he had come from Lagos, Nigeria. The result is expected to be known on...
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Is New York Times boss the luckiest CEO in the wo...
YOU might call it the Thommo touch. Having walked away from the BBC with the adulation for its Olympics coverage ringing in his ears, the British media executive Mark Thompson is leading newspapers...
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Hampton Roads swooned over 1824 visit by Revoluti...
was more beloved by the citizens of the early United States than the Marquis de Lafayette, the young French nobleman who won their hearts with his bravery and sacrifice during the...
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Ruling gets thumbs up from Malaysians online
PETALING JAYA: The Penang government’s move to ban foreign cooks from being the “main chefs” at hawker stalls has drawn some support. An informal survey on The Star Online Facebook page showed that...
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Inside the Murky World of Beijing’s Expat Drug De...
Stories from Roads & Kingdoms Each Friday, Roads & Kingdoms and Slate publish a new dispatch from around the globe. For more foreign correspondence mixed with food, war, travel, and photography,...
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Music | Tonight | IOL.co.za
TONIGHT • Spontaneous Combustion Blues Band plays Die Boer, Chenoweth Street, Durbanville. 8:30pm. R110. Info: 021 979 1911. • Poetry Africa in Cape Town at the District Six Museum Homecoming...
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Washington - Facebook's CEO pulled off an undeniably impressive feat on Wednesday in Beijing. Four years after Mark Zuckerberg announced that he would take up Mandarin in all the spare time he has...
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Nepal bus accident kills 9 and injures dozens
KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Police in Nepal say a bus crowded with people heading home for a Hindu festival has veered off a mountain highway, killing nine people and injuring dozens of others. Police are...
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From Bush to Obama: American exceptionalism is a ...
This piece originally appeared on The origins of the phrase “American exceptionalism” are not especially obscure. The French sociologist Alexis de Tocqueville, observing this country in the 1830s,...
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Canadian couple accused of spying in China held i...
BEIJING - A Canadian couple accused of spying near China's sensitive border with North Korea have been kept separately in near isolation for more than 80 days and denied access to legal counsel, their...
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New York confirms first case of the virus
Ebola: 'protocol breach' blamed for first US transmission 13 October A nurse in Texas has tested positive for the Ebola virus, marking the first transmission of the disease on US soil. The...
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Spain, according to Gibson. Surinenglish.com
Ian Gibson was introduced by author Pablo Aranda, Anette Skou of the Mijas
s Department and Liz Parry, consultant editor of SUR inEnglish. :: MARI CARMEN JAIME Ian Gibson may well have felt...
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The Civil War
‘It will be an honour to play for Malta’
There are no ‘naturalised’ players in the current Malta squad but that could change next year if Qormi striker Alfred Effiong secures Maltese citizenship. Born and bred in Nigeria, Effiong has been...
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New measures to help foreigners planning to marry...
SINGAPORE: More measures have been introduced to help couples in which one spouse is a Singaporean and the other a
to better plan for their future, the Ministry of Social and Family...
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