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The online world of Second Life
Meryl Streep: the world's greatest actress?
Cyberspace: created by young people
The world at seven billion and growing
E-cycling of electronic equipment
India on way to topping US in Internet users
Mars was wet!
Telling Marilyn Monroe's story through music
The cradle of biodiversity
Finding your perfect partner
iPads for kindergartners
Alien species not always welcome visitors
Getting older means getting happier
Centuries-old cave reveals secrets of ancient humans
How do you prefer listening to music?
Computer simulations for earthquakes
Sandwiches with an international flavor
Communication during operations saves lives
Internet eyes catch thieves red-handed
Growing crops with less water
Project Mercury began the US space program - part 3
Internet news on the rise
"The Last Lions" of Botswana
Scientists find world's oldest wine
Why languages disappear
Project Mercury began the US space program - part 2
New York subway musicians shine
Tennis star Novak Djokovic unites divided Serbia
Artificial leaf turns sunlight into electric power
Pets in America and their owners
Project Mercury began the US space program - part 1
Biodiversity necessary to human health
World oil demand to increase sharply
Researching the human X chromosome
How babies learn to talk
Leonardo DiCaprio devotes off-screen time to saving planet
Discovery of evolution's missing link
Musician teaches kids anything is possible
Climate change in plants
Discovery of methane gas on Mars maybe a sign of life
Muslim-American rapper bridges faith and music
Socializing makes you smarter
Census of marine life
What makes a product user-friendly?
Ancient footprints discovered in Kenya
Discovery of fossil fish with arms
Visiting endangered places around the world - part 3
Discovery of Leonardo da Vinci studio in Florence
Want to be a foreign exchange student?
Plants as important in space as on Earth
Vinyl records making comeback
Astronomers discover new planet like Earth
Visiting endangered places around the world - part 2
Celebrity website raises safety concerns
Online tool tests your nitrogen pollution level
Visiting endangered places around the world - part 1
Free college classes on the Web
Film tells amazing true story
The cable cars of San Francisco
Formation of big galaxies continues
Global warming hitting Alaska
Searching for life beyond Earth
Americans increasingly shopping online
Biodiesel fuel of the future
Where is NASA going?
The Internet: for better or worse
Astronomers may have seen birth of black hole
Chinese students now top in US
Protection needed to stop extinction of tiger population
Five innovations expected for the next five years
Women prefer men with deep voices
The search for a common language with dolphins
Music in the New York subway
History made as Dragon docks with space station
Brain exercises help memory
Saving the Earth from your hotel room
Nanotechnology and health care
A close look at Jupiter
Higher education in the US: how much does it cost?
Elvis Presley remains a big star
Dating services do well in hard times
New species might be human ancestor
Food adverts aimed at children
Street art around the world - part 3
Pluto: planet, dwarf planet or dog?
New app detects fake fingerprints
Street art around the world - part 2
What makes people angry?
A vacuum cleaner for destroying space junk
Australian sister trio taking Nashville by storm
3D gaming technology predicts ocean future
Street art around the world - part 1
Wreck of Titanic needs protecting
Aiming for work in the video game industry
Band "Hot Chelle Rae" release new album
Most distant cosmic explosion recorded
Damsels in distress no longer fashionable in movies
Taking a year off before college
Health benefits of Tai Chi
The Internet: is it giving us too much information?
Creating energy while you walk
New documentary on reggae superstar Bob Marley
Earth melting at both poles
All about Washington, D.C.
Revealing mummies' secrets with technology
Golden Gate Bridge still shines
Hip-Hop musical: a new version of an old story
The global importance of biodiversity
A blog with answers for foreign students
Scientists find remains of tiny humans
Classic fairy tale gets Hollywood makeover
Soft-bodied robots
Video games: entertainment or art?
Unique species found near sea floor vents
Kickstarter: a new website to raise money for young business-people
"Avatar" makes movie history with 3D technology
Life on other planets
Sleep habits of teenagers
The work of a tattoo artist
NASA reflects on past, plans for Mars
Cyberspace and citizen media
Millions of women log on to new website: "Pinterest"
Part-time astronomer discovers rare event on Jupiter
What will be the next "Twilight"?
Interview with tsunami expert
Rising star reveals his musical influences
Facebook flash mob makes Caine's day
US Scramjet breaks speed record
Marilyn Monroe: sad story of a sex symbol
Young students join online learning trend
Climate change threatens food supply
Power walking
Hawaii benefits from its famous TV show
Whitney Houston: dead but still influential
Oldest Mars satellite may be dead
Pampered pooches
Coral reefs are in danger
Linking human evolution to prehistoric changes in climate
An international view of Valentine's Day
All about the iPod
Thanksgiving and Black Friday traditions
iPads, e-readers and notebooks top wish lists
Cataclysmic event threatens world's end in "2012"
Egypt's president-elect at home in his village
Euro 2012 soccer championship prompts Ukrainians to learn English
ICANN Reveal Day 2012
Microsoft enters tablet computer market
Towards the future we want
Prometheus: new film from Ridley Scott based on Alien series
Is help for snorers effective?
Blood donors honored around the world
"Hippie chimps" face extinction
Vaccination - good or bad?
AntiGravity Yoga gains popularity
Hispanic voters could play key role in US election
Britain celebrates Queen’s 60th year
Kenyan athlete ready for Olympic gold
Yoga gives new power to slum dwellers
Questions asked about candidate's professional past
Do Londoners really want the Olympic Games?
Colleges innovate to fill science job surplus
Korean surveillance school trains citizen snoops
Activists urge NATO to protect Afghan women's rights
New 3-D movie hopes to save polar bears
US First Lady leads an "Olympic" campaign to combat obesity
Look at ancient Mayan art - while you can!
Mixed reaction to Obama's support for gay marriages
The best and worst places on Earth to be a mum
Can France’s new president fix the economy?
Max and The Wild Things lose their father
9/11 planners arraigned at Guantanamo
Theme parks are killing roadside attractions
Saving waste food wins US science prize
Multiplayer games are big business on small devices
Young millenials rejecting organized religion
Italy's high-tech bullet train to shake up European travel
The biggest car show in the world
Legalize drugs, says former British spy chief
Saving the planet: New York's "green" policy
World Bank gives help to developing countries
Science helps rediscover a lost work by Leonardo da Vinci
Countdown to London Olympics begins
Why did Trayvon Martin get shot?
Why noise pollution is not all bad
"Think Like A Man": new romantic-comedy movie
Documentary examines the ordeal of bullied children
Japan heightens military alert for North Korean missile launch
Burma's tourist industry booms
Titanic still fascinates 100 years later
New York mayor takes on global smoking
A list of "Enemies of the Internet"
A new way to test learning
Teenagers hungry for "The Hunger Games" movie
"Titanic" director dives to deepest part of sea
Where does the world's water go?
Do gas prices threaten Obama's re-election?
Ecstasy as a cure?
Mixed future awaits hyper-connected youth
Russia's democracy movement looks ahead
Japan pauses to remember
Drug addicts: heroin users and their treatment
Education means a new life for ex-cons
YouTube, Facebook, Twitter: tools of Syrian opposition
Can technology save dying languages?
Gay marriages: the debate continues
Obama seeks privacy bill of rights for Internet users
Just how low can low-cost airlines go?
Do young Indians prefer tea or coffee?
How about visiting a Japanese kissa?
Tokyo prepares for "The Big One"
Chocolate as a lifestyle
Adele dominates Grammy Awards
Bill Gates and governments unite to fight tropical diseases
Love songs from the dinosaur age
Obama hosts top teenage scientists
Facebook and its big stock offering
Scientists uncover why massage heals sore muscles
New app aims to help reduce poverty
NATO copes with early French Afghan withdrawal
Facebook set to go public
Occupy Washington deadline passes
Obama moves to ease college students' financial worries
Crowds mark first anniversary of Egypt's uprising
What are the health risks in a crowd?
Distraction by mobile devices causes more and more accidents
US forces poised to deal with Iran threat
"The artist" tops Golden Globe Awards
Jamaican plan to abandon Queen raises questions
Studies find calories not protein are key to weight control
Virtual village helps elderly stay in own home
US war with Iran unlikely
US set extreme weather records in 2011
Consumers' online-petitions put pressure on businesses
Rare violins play starring role in concert
Kenyan youth group illuminates homes
Rural medical school competes with big city
Economic turbulence forecast for 2012
Rwandan and US doctors twin to treat children
Foragers sample nature's bounty
The legacy of Kim Jong Il
Music stars give advice to kids at "Grammy Camp"
2011 food price spikes helped trigger Arab Spring
US soldiers close bases and head out of Iraq
Threat of fatal snakebites often overlooked
Samasource provides jobs for poor via the Internet
Eurozone leaders agree fiscal deal
Elite sailors circle globe in Ocean Race
Unlikely pair play traditional Chinese music
Too much snow?
Cleverest are often quickest to cheat
Deficit threatens ancient Italian treasures
Aid agencies reassess Somali operations
Egyptians wary about future
Euro crisis prompts Italian village to declare independence
New malaria drugs stop parasite early
Farmers urged to throw away their plows
Politics threatens deficit compromises
Death row exonerated seek end to death penalty in US
A soccer ball that gives you energy
Computers evaluate cancer biopsies
Documenting Rwanda's painful past
Virginia college proactively manages student loan debt
A new and unusual form of flood warning
Ocean plastics are worse than climate change
A practical way to learn languages
Libyans look to economy for their future
California foundation offers a genetics prize
US occupiers turn to history, art and solidarity
Women and heart disease
Helping Kenya's Turkana people help themselves
Study calculates high cost of heavy drinking
US-Canadian border fence
Remembering the Edsel
Eccentricity and repression marked Gadhafi's rule
US students bond with locals while studying abroad
Violence in the home
Turkish businesses promote exports
Bison stampede onto US menus
Obama helps dedicate new King memorial
California bans shark fin
Stars shine in "The Ides of March"
Nigeria launches an African-built satellite
World reacts to the announcement of the death of Steve Jobs
"Occupy Wall Street" protest grows
Californian winery adapts to changing markets
One third of adults are overweight
Student architects shine in solar energy contest
Amazon launches e-book lending for libraries
Animal actors are still a concern
Undersea cable revolutionizes oceanography
US cities entice foreign investors
More aid coming to African drought victims
American quiz show on air for 50 years
Surfing for the disabled
New university desegregates religious education
Do TV cartoons reduce children's learning?
Voices from 9/11 tell story of fast-moving events
"Green Truck": organic fast food
New film describes life as a black maid
Libyan hospital copes with war wounded
Ten years since 9/11 attacks
We are what we eat
Millions of stateless people denied basic rights
Dallas all-boys school lets young men shine
Rooftop beehives sweeten hotel offerings
Unemployment rises in Spain
Bats are important for agriculture and the environment
Linguistics archive of non-native English
"I speak for myself"
Mixed reaction to plans for US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan
Prison classes prepare entrepreneurs
Safe outdoor cooking in summer
Farmed fish feed more and pollute less
Scientists find new way of fighting cancer
New Internet system starts slowly
New sci-fi movie echos early Spielberg
Promising future for winemakers in Virginia
Should all US students learn the same thing?
Mobile phones can save lives and money
Harvard's first woman president settles into role
US hiring slows, unemployment hits new high
Jungle tribe fights developers and conservationists
E. coli: good bacteria gone bad
Study of paralyzed man offers hope for new treatment
America's drive-in movie theater turns 78
Hands-on science in US classrooms
China faces worst drought in more than 50 years
US libraries launch ad campaign
Smoking Joe's BBQ sees future in Asia
Women are fastest growing segment of US adventure travel industry
An American cowboy aims to help Russia's beef herd
Iconic American singer marks 50th anniversary
How early treatment can limit the spread of HIV
Replacing Strauss-Kahn: who will be next at the IMF?
Colleges dangle perks to attract students
Assad family grip on Syria hampers reform
Musical training maintains hearing later in life
Clinton pledges early action on free trade agreements
A false sense of security on the Internet
Microsoft buys Skype
Medical community debates how much salt is too much
Bee expert honored with environmental prize
Pakistan under pressure over bin Laden's hiding place
Palestinians sign unity deal
Mobile devices raise privacy concerns
Indian tutors teach British kids online
Pope Benedict declares John Paul "blessed"
Brothers rediscover community living on recycled bikes
Wedding celebrations held in streets across Britain
Weight loss surgery can reverse diabetes
Award-winning filmmaker killed in Misrata
How to make your own solar water heater
Professional football player goes from NFL to judge's bench
Privilege and pressure: a profile of the royal romance
Film explores rescue and release of wildlife orphans
Gold and the gold standard
Ouattara moves to restore security to Ivory Coast
Why the deaf may have trouble reading
UN envoy gives his opinion on Cyprus peace talks
After "King's Speech," new interest in stutterers
Global economy growing but faces risks
Ecuador wants to leave its oil in the ground
US spending debate moves on to next phase
Exploring the long and short of hair loss
Five new genes associated with risk of Alzheimer's
Saving the Casbah in Algiers
Final Four mania in Houston
Ethiopian coffee: great taste but not profitable for farmers
Discovery of DNA structure led by Rosalind Franklin
Hiroshima expresses anger and fear
E-waste recycling programs aim to improve recycling rates
Japan earthquake causing shortages in car parts, electronics
Three new musicians enter Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Awards for top US student scientists
International airstrikes on Libya continue
Japanese workers continue efforts at nuclear power plant
Egyptians turn out for referendum on constitution
Exercisers burn energy while creating it
New electricity initiative in rural India
Prison university gives inmates hope
Japanese struggle following earthquake, tsunami and nuclear reactor explosions
City dwellers look to grow their own food
Sweet potatoes could save African lives
Violence continues in Libya
New questions about mobile phones after latest brain study
Picasso's private collection draws large crowds
Curriculum with an individualized approach to learning
US protesters rally against anti-union proposals
Drought in Somalia brings water and food shortages
Hollywood gets ready for Oscars
Scientists create glue inspired by mussels
Alcohol abuse a leading cause of death
Group offers shortwave radios to poor communities
Embassies' diplomatic efforts extend into US schools
Yemen protests continue for 7th day
From refugee to stand-up queen
US singing group hits a high note
Building energy efficient businesses
Highway project will connect Southern Sudan to outside world
Jakarta holds Southeast Asian English Olympics
Israel concerned about changing political situation
Tunisian tourism hangs in the balance
High cholesterol going untreated
Film about sinking island nominated for Oscar
Airport security could use electronic sniffer dogs
Child's self-control predicts future health, success
No end to Egypt protests in sight
When a cut finger is more serious than it might seem
Community solar homes grow across US
The dangers of texting while driving
Trashing America's throw-away culture
Simple bags save the harvest
Chinese President Hu Jintao answers critics
Wal-Mart pledges healthier foods
Downsizing in the US
New law in US aims to increase food safety
Nigerian President wins ruling-party nomination for April vote
Secret ancient history of rock 'n roll
ETA announces permanent ceasefire
New Iraqi sports complex on target
Walking speed and longevity
New US chocolate maker trying to break into world markets
Climate change impacts India's tea-growing area
Genetic codes help track video pirates
Emergency treatment of hypothermia
Coalition defections in Pakistan's government
Zimbabweans rush to meet deadline to become legal in South Africa
Online dictionary says austerity tops 2010 words
Electric cars lead new models in 2011
2010 year of sporting firsts
2010 proved tough year for environment
New Martin Luther King memorial
Bicycles change lives in Sub-Saharan Africa
TV over the Internet pushes broadband growth
New technique avoids major surgery for aneurysms
A hundred years on, Twain's final work hits bestseller list
The world's food supply depends on diversity
World's tallest Jesus raises questions in Poland
Home composting for city dwellers
Nobel Prize committee honors jailed Chinese dissident
Royal Shakespeare Theater mixes old with new
EU facilitates Russian membership of WTO
Remembering John Lennon: 30 years later
"The King's Speech" tells true story of how British monarch overcame stutter
Prevention and treatment work reducing AIDS
China's love affair with the car
Concern and curiosity over Wikileaks
Climate change conference begins in Mexico
Technology enables small artists to compete for big bucks
No girls allowed: public school tries single sex classes
Persecuted journalists awarded for their work
Groups offer ideas to cut US deficits
Aung San Suu Kyi warns release is not evidence of political freedom
Remittances in the world economy
Eating without wheat: help for celiacs
Electric brain stimulation helps numeric learning
Saudi Arabia supports stable oil price
Prison program aims to get teens to avoid a life of crime
Obama's visit to India
Influential American novel turns 50
Museum of Chinese in America
Making the World Wide Web more usable to a wider world
Witch camps in Ghana - part 2
Witch camps in Ghana - part 1
In Brazil economic reforms expand middle class
Phase-out of incandescent light bulbs costing American jobs
Decoding bird calls to avoid plane strikes
Grow more rice with less water, fewer chemicals
Obama, Hillary Clinton speak out against anti-gay bullying
Overcoming sports injuries is a mental and physical challenge
Afghanistan officials cancel about 23 percent of parliamentary votes
La Niña creates concern about Indonesias's harvest
Supermarkets support food sustainability
International investors see market opportunities in Africa
Growing your own lettuce
Ocean "time machine" studies marine life
Oregon debates legal marijuana
London celebrates African diversity
Colombia's bike paths spawn Sunday ritual
Arab-Americans favor democrats in new poll
Bedbugs: pests or profits?
How the Doe Fund helps the homeless
Nobel in physics for super-strength material
Explosions during Nigerian independence celebrations
Project builds market for clean cookstoves
The robotic age is drawing closer
Scientists unravel chocolate's genetic code
Peace Corps volunteers find a wired world
India's tea trade features new brew
Obama announces new US development policy
Gene-modified salmon soon to be approved
Lebanon: doom, gloom and an economic boom
New US citizens sworn in, in New York
Child vaccines and chest compression
UN calls for human rights probe in Somalia
American teenagers not getting enough sleep
Indian Kashmir under strict curfew
Britain prepares for Pope Benedict's visit
Pakistan flood aftermath creates danger of epidemics
Soldiers vow to overthrow Kim
Raising goats for their hair
Workers' strikes hit London and France
The story of the Louisville slugger
New Zealand begins post-earthquake clean-up
Former British PM reflects on Iraq war
Tiger Woods and his ex-wife talk about their divorce
First-ever Girls 20 Summit in Canada ends
Finding new uses for chicken feathers
Obama very popular with Muslims in Indonesia
Iconic cyclo disappearing from Phnom Penh's streets
Obama clashes with his top Afghanistan commander
Social networking sites aid Iranians assert identity
Obama gives promises to Gulf Coast
Study links bedtime rules to better skills in children
Psychological harm from passive smoking
Kenya investigates Sunday's fatal explosions in Nairobi
Hungry Haitian farmers urged to burn US seeds
Acupuncture triggers natural painkillers
Fighting childhood obesity in the US
Paul McCartney receives music award at White House
Gaza blockade activists return to Turkey
Mining is an important factor of TB in Africa
South African police prepare for World Cup
The return of the green ogre Shrek
Predicting the behavior of monsoons
Thailand cancels the curfew in Bangkok
Sister rivers build a cultural bridge
Tension mounts between the two Koreas
The most powerful woman in America
Hillary Clinton sets the tone for US-China trade talks
How to keep girls in school
Interview with the US ambassador in Nigeria
Lena Horne's funeral
Crop insurance for small farmers in Kenya
Customized car for the disabled
The Greek debt crisis and its implications
Debate on the rights of terrorism suspects
Adult illiteracy threatens Nashville economy
Fighting the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico
How pain treatment has improved in recent years
HIV testing in South Africa
India and Pakistan at the center of regional conference
Bullying in US schools
Construction curbed in East Jerusalem
Press freedom groups concerned about bloggers
San Francisco library helps the homeless
What is the state of the world's mangrove forests?
Disrupted air travel in Northern Europe continues
Will there be security for all nuclear materials in four years?
Indonesian village tours help small industries recover from disaster
A sinking island and a drying desert filmed to show climate change
French movie recounts role in Holocaust
Wilma Mankiller: the chief of the Cherokee Nation dies
Nobel Peace Prize winner wants banks for poor people
South African youth leader says: "take over white farms"
Russian President talks of fighting North Caucasus terrorists
Now every Indian child has a right to education
Too few women in science
Cyber-bullying: a happy solution to a South Korean problem?
Protecting children against pneumonia
Solar-powered portable desalination devices a possibility
In China prosperity is rising, and so is diabetes
Environmental Film Festival focuses on food
Is the terrorism threat in Indonesia growing?
South Africa marks 50 years since the Sharpeville Massacre
Obama signs historic health care bill
"Alice in Wonderland" film returns
Irish cardinal apologizes for sex abuse scandal
The Wild West story of killer Miller
Songs about spring can be happy or sad
New fabrics recharge your phone or monitor your heart
Risk in donating kidney comparable to driving a car
"The Battle of the Brains"
Ancient sarcophagus returned to Egypt
China hints at resolution of Sino-US disputes
"The Particle Adventure": scientists explain sub-atomic particles
What is in cigarette smoke?
Fair trade campaign starts in Britain
Scientists disagree about the salt in your food
Palestinian protests over Israel's decision on West Bank Holy sites
Movies nominated for 2010 Academy Awards
Low-tech test identifies most concussion victims
"I am deeply sorry," Toyota chief tells US Congress
Vancouver signs over Winter Games to Sochi
The dangers of counterfeit drugs
More paramilitary groups disarm in Northern Ireland
An English test and a warning
Are foreign farm projects a risk for Cambodian farmers?
How can empathy save our planet?
China enters "Year of the Tiger"
Jane Jacobs: a writer who has influenced cities
Ukraine PM to challenge presidential election
Winter Olympics open in Vancouver
Preparations for football World Cup now at full speed
Indonesian street kids find rescue in organic farming
An Australian plans to export toxic toads to China
Turkey's labor protests gain momentum
At the Vatican, some of the world's greatest art
Helping to create a better soybean
France continues debate on banning face veils in public
In a new book you see life through cat's eyes
Less salt can mean more life
Britain announces international fund to attract Taliban
3-D TVs: how they work and what is available
Maradona positive about South Africa's World Cup preparations
Immigration to Europe drops, in global economic downturn
How does the human brain process language?
Experts divided over Internet changes to language
Why Britain prepared for an H1N1 epidemic which never happened
Google may leave fast-growing China
What causes earthquakes?
First Red Cross report from Haiti after earthquake
Two suspects arrested after Togo team attack
Attention turns to Yemen in anti-terror fight
Elvis fans in Australian outback for annual festival
Europe debates airport security
William Shakespeare and "the King's Men"
New treatment for sleeping sickness
Australians and Asians celebrate 2010 in different ways
France debates national identity
Best books of 2009
Obama: airline attack that nearly happened caused by "systemic failure"
European Union begins 2010 with new look
Pope delivers Christmas blessing
The four biggest musical events of 2009
Want to stay warm in winter, think COLD
Neil Diamond celebrates Christmas
Protecting the unusual creatures of the Galapagos Islands
Artist's ice bear melts for the Arctic in London
Uganda bans female genital mutilation
How Islamic finance works
Aiming for a deal on climate change
Moroccan villagers make their desert green
Pressure for agreement at Copenhagen climate change talks
Hungarian Santa Claus could spread swine flu
Reactions of Europe and NATO to additional US troops in Afghanistan
Making better concrete with rice
Dubai debt and dollar problems cause market fall in Asia
War of words between Falun Gong and China
Number of foreign students in US hits new high
Indonesia's rainy season brings trash to Jakarta
Report blames Indian leaders for role in 1992 destruction of mosque
Measures to fight rising hunger insufficient
Election of Van Rompuy as new EU President draws mixed reaction
Sierra Leone activist is helping blind people through education
A serious study looks at laughter worldwide
Scientists help cut the mystery behind pruning
Venice losing residents but not dead yet
Insufficient vaccine complicates fight against H1N1
Young Parisians occupy mansion to protest lack of jobs
Interpol fighting Central Africa trade in stolen vehicles
Berlin marks the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall
So where are the jobs?
ElBaradei reports on global nuclear activity
Researchers develop a "green" race car
Cities now home to more than half of all people
Arctic ice thinner than thought, melting fast
Afghan presidential challenger says he will not take part
Russians may drink less if beer containers are smaller
General Motors: then and now
Obama Nobel Peace Prize 3: African leaders congratulate President Obama
All about Audrey Hepburn
Obama Nobel Peace Prize 2: mixed reaction in Asia
VOA Special English is 50 years old
Obama Nobel Peace Prize 1: some in Mideast unimpressed
Diseases threaten banana crops in Africa
Rehearsals begin for Australia's first Aboriginal opera
Michael Moore's "Capitalism: A Love Story" hits the screens
For health of young people, a mixed picture
Britain to send more troops to Afghanistan
Despite court victory, Egypt's Bahais face challenges
South African team excels at under-20 youth World Cup
Illegal marketing of drugs: Pfizer's record fine
Iran inspections are a step in right direction
Houses made of straw
Remembering Mary Travers of Peter, Paul and Mary - part 2
Why have the bees gone?
Ireland votes on EU Treaty
The Great Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch - part 2
China celebrates 60 years of communist achievements
The Great Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch - part 1
Indians buy less gold as prices rise
Remembering Mary Travers of Peter, Paul and Mary - part 1
Help for stroke victims
Obama and Gadhafi address UN general assembly
High-powered x-rays reveal painting beneath a painting
Brazil launches first fuel cell bus in Latin America
How swine flu might develop
Actor Patrick Swayze dies at 57
Defending kelp and coral from sea urchins
Alcohol and tobacco deaths in Russia too high
What does the spleen do?
An unwelcome new life for Tibetan nomads
In the garden, making the most of mulch
Beatles hits get high-tech upgrade on new CD
Girl hides shocking secret in thriller "Orphan"
Jamaica's Usain Bolt captivates world athletics fans
Senegalese singer leads fight against malaria
Looking back at the life of Edward Kennedy
India reacts calmly to flu pandemic alert
Southern Mexico works to improve women's rights
Initiative to improve treatment for victims of snakebites
Documentary "Transcendent Man" about inventor Ray Kurzweil
Demonstrators question Iran election results on world's streets
Dancing to stop AIDS
Harare Arts Festival opens to criticism
General Motors looking for quick bankruptcy
Israel's PM says he would accept a demilitarized Palestinian state
Quarantine as swine flu cruise ship arrives in Australia
Motown: 50 years of American popular music - part 2
In Asia, women workers hit hard by economic downturn
Obama addresses world's Muslims
In India, a cycle rickshaw with help from the sun
Motown celebrating 50 years of American popular music - part 1
Australian report criticizes deportation of Iranian refugee
High hopes for global warming forum in Paris
Maya descendants at risk of disappearing
Automobile battery recycling company in Cameroon
Shuttle back to Earth after repairing Hubble
Saving the "world's most holy river"
A straw that prevents disease and saves lives
Big election victory for India's Congress party
Pope visits historic Christian sites in Jordan
Wombat-generated paper, an attraction in Tasmania
Learning about sustainable agriculture
China announces plans for universal health care
Microbe colony under half-kilometer of Antarctic ice
How to avoid being accused of plagiarism
Efforts to save Borneo's sun bears
French workers turn to "bossnapping" to solve their problems
All about NASCAR stock car racing
Hopeful women live longer
Hong Kong jewelry trade hit by economic downturn
"Adventureland": dead-end job becomes life-changing experience
China denies any role in "ghostnet" computer hacking
Web company joins fight to save African language
Washington restaurant is a "green" business
Sydney school revives lost Aboriginal language
Barbie is 50
Women less and less represented in politics
Obama addresses Turkish parliament
Meningitis epidemic in Sub-Saharan Africa
Mysterious disease hits bats
Female superhero saves the world in "Monsters vs Aliens"
Tibetan government expresses concern over cyber-spying
Artists, entertainers make science attractive
Not all carrots are orange
Virgin launches stem cell bank in Qatar
TV series teaches children around world to read
Laying the roots for healthy teeth in young children
Bollywood comes to life on US college campuses
Sixty years later, Korean language has divided
Global recession hits the developing world
Musicians unite in Australia for bushfire victims
Secret of the Stradivarius found by Texas chemist
Folk Alliance: an international celebration of music
The league table of American presidents
Kashmir houseboat operators face uncertain future
New contacts with Afghanistan, Russia, Syria and Lebanon
Tourism threatens historic city in Laos
A cool way of storing food
Mexico hopes to revive oil production in new fields
About twittering and tweets
Former Thai PM supporters hold rally in Bangkok
Teens, television and depression
Egypt temporarily opens Gaza crossing
World markets end difficult week on down note
India celebrates Slumdog Millionaire's Oscars
Prudence Mabhena: deformed body and beautiful voice
Iran marks the 30th anniversary of its Islamic revolution
Korean immigrant's story from housemaid to Harvard
Confusion caused by condom distribution to adolescents in South Africa
Music marks 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth
Financial aid for foreign students in the US
Venezuela marks 10 years of Chavez government
Songs about winter are lovely but sad
Burmese boat people are rescued off Indonesia
A hero who landed on a river
Hong Kong welcomes President Obama in wax
Australian wildfires kill many people
Heavy snowstorm grips England
World markets stable despite further job losses
Rwandan survivor moved from anger to forgiveness
Project to develop electronic maps of soil in Africa
Turkey wants pipeline to supply Europe
Medical researchers who lived and died for their work
How to make yogurt and how to save an Italian cheese
Warner Brothers entering the film industry in India
A baseball rule: touching all bases
Demolitions cause controversy in Cameroon
Fewer heart attacks after smoking ban
Ringtones replace rings in millions of homes
Big three US automakers offer fuel-efficient vehicles
Africans await Obama inauguration with mixed expectations
Researchers looking for vaccine for dengue fever
Soil erosion threatens Chinese "breadbasket"
Sheikh Hasina Wajed is the new Bangladesh prime minister
About the chess champion Bobby Fischer
Pacific fisheries approve reduction in tuna fishing
Health risks of exotic pets
The story behind Elvis's "Hound Dog"
Mexico's drug murders double during past year
Australia outlines climate change blueprint
Mapping the genes of the woolly mammoth
American Indians
Traditional medicine in an unconventional hospital in Senegal
NASA delays 2009 Mars mission due to technical problems
Similarities and differences between today's crisis and 1930s
Eating less red meat could cut climate-changing emissions
Saudi Arabia prepares for annual Hajj
Mental disorders in college-age adults
More people biking to work
Controversial movie on Ataturk released in Turkey
EU farm ministers agree to agricultural reforms
Vegetarians in the US
Many Indians angry about failure to stop attacks
Japanese whalers leaving for Southern Ocean hunt
Keeping ears clean
Indian companies delay expansion plans
Kenya says $150 million paid to Somali pirates
Warm hands warm the heart
"Rhapsody in Blue"
Low genetic diversity a threat to chickens
Food for thought starting a fish farm
Inspirational golfers play for children's hospital
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
Turning toxic blooms into alternative energy
Potato provides food security, cuts poverty
South African singer Miriam Makeba dies at 76
China's AIDS stigma costs lives
European share rally extends into third day
American higher education: public or private
Global warming putting pressure on fragile corals
How parents teach their children about money
Refugees left without basic aid
India launches first unmanned moon mission
"The Simpsons" turn 20
Cameroon's crater lake could burst dike
India, Pakistan open trade route in Kashmir
How "green" is my rooftop garden
Take me to your narcissist
Australian thinking cap could unleash our genius
Colds, flu and folk advice
More models of hydrogen cars being tested
Civil rights groups challenge King of Swaziland
Protesters greet Vietnamese PM in Australia
Hand washing gets a day of its own
Taiwan's exports fall as global economy slows
Film star Paul Newman dies at 83
India bans smoking in many public places
Pedal-powered computers for rural villages
Warning that press freedom under threat
September: three hurricanes in the Atlantic
China's milk crisis creates crisis of confidence
For Kay Ryan, poetry is private communication
Swiss flies English Channel on jet wing
Wall Street without the big investment banks
A Japanese student settles into a US university
Quick action to rescue banks from bad debts
Low-tech solution reduces arsenic levels
Small donkeys as guard dogs on the farm
China vows to stop exports of tainted milk product
Tourists kidnapped in Egypt held in Sudan
Seven years after September 11, 2001
Texas begins arduous recovery from hurricane Ike
Australia boosts bio-security defenses
When songwriters leave their heart in a city
Pope condemns love of money and power
18-year-old is world's youngest college professor
The paper houses of architect Shigeru Ban
Market speculation drives food prices
The Amish people and where they came from
UN devotes day to human trafficking
Rights groups fear for gays in West Africa
Two civil rights cases in US courts
Start of school delayed in Burma
Poisoning: what to do until the doctor arrives
Technology changes the developing world
Paris middle schoolers praised for film roles
The mysterious fear of the number thirteen
Esperanza Spalding's multiple talents
Increase in disabled war victims in Africa
Kennedy's brain cancer is difficult to treat
Young rapper in Malabo fights government
Palestinians, Israelis and the "politics of humiliation"
Young@Heart are senior rockers
One million cyclone victims receiving aid in Burma
Muslims in Australia take art classes
Rediscovery of an ancient solution for enriching soil
A place for teachers to share materials
Nigeria promises tighter tobacco controls
Wildlife killed by pesticides in Kenya
The future of AIDS vaccines in Asia
Indians in Pakistani prisons
Chinese students want overseas education
Bollywood fights against piracy
Environmental Film Festival
Israel celebrates 60th anniversary
British PM and pop singer lead education effort
Self-control and "executive function"
Polish physicist and priest wins Templeton Prize
Young Tibetans want more action
Biofuels a factor in rising food prices
Former slave fights government in Niger
Tree causes allergy epidemic in Pakistan
The danger of desertification
Loan crisis and investment banks
Fight global poverty by empowering women
The seeds of weed control
Religious headscarf a fashion item in Turkey
Business solutions to rural poverty
Horton the caring elephant
Self-repairing rubber
Women's boxing champion plans a new career
Kenyan farmer keeps bees in his house
Nothing gets in the way of parkour
China selling oil equipment to Africa
Hollywood actor Charlton Heston dies
Methane discovered in nearby solar system
HIV and rural women in South Africa
Islamic movie popular with Indonesian audiences
40th anniversary of Martin Luther King's death
Education key to longevity
Australia and New Zealand mark "Earth Hour"
Parsley not just another pretty green
Egyptian bread crisis
Company executives unite to fight piracy
90-year-old marathoner
The fall of Bear Stearns
South Korean films take top prizes
Helping students before they fail
The swallows return to California
Questioning free development aid
The little people of Palau
Simple machine helps fight hunger
Wind energy develops fast in the US
Hair growth gene identified
Largest beef recall in US history
Tapping energy from ocean flows
The dark side of skin lightening
Australian PM visits Papua New Guinea
Dynastic politics in Pakistan
Hollywood looks abroad for talent and profit
Staten Island to grow fine wines
New underwater communications link
Wondrous new species found off Antarctica
Are you having a midlife crisis too?
Sony's Blu-Ray wins DVD war
The high price of pleasure
China pledges to have safe Olympic food
Weight gain linked to artificial sweeteners
New WHO report on smoking trends
Scientists make electricity-generating fabric
"Bigthink": a website for thinkers
China to finance recovery schemes
British publisher sets up shop in India
A success story for malaria control
Problems unsolved in the French suburbs
Star power as a force for activism
In memory of 1960s Indian guru Maharishi
Changes to US food aid system
Building a new hospital with old phones
New films at Sundance Festival
India affected by Internet slowdown
Learning to live with baboons
American doctors use of placebos
Kenyan tourism hit hard by unrest
FDA says food from clones is safe
A reliable face recognition system
Researchers link nutrition and prosperity
Wild salmon at risk from fish farms
Google.org expands grant aid
Competing for the DVD market
Promoting music under New York
2008 Consumer Electronics Show
A cheaper education at Harvard
Worldwatch Institute report 2008
McDonald's competing with Starbucks
Germany benefitting from clean energy
Australia gets much needed rain
Engineers without borders
Shrinking glaciers on Kilimanjaro
Playing golf in Afghanistan
The dangers of adventure travel
Surviving in cold climates
Give a donation for Christmas
Free books from the Global Text Project
Indian hub for production of small cars
Living in Idaho wine country
What is the meaning of "Pop Culture"?
Building the Global Earth Observation System
The spread of mobile activism
Petition from climate scientists in Bali
Agreement between Starbucks and Ethiopia
Harvesting electricity from moving crowds
Domestic tourism in China
New government for Australia
High-tech lifestyle in Korea
Controversy over first Thanksgiving
Death of controversial author Norman Mailer
Doctors call for earlier autism testing
Building boats for better lives
In honor of American cuisine
Wireless long distance Internet
The Internet as a political tool
McDonald's goes "green" in Sheffield
Paper-thin batteries of the future
World Diabetes Day
Calculators in school still causes debate
How songwriters enhance movies
Hollywood still facing obstacles in China
The many sounds of college radio
Art education at New York's MET
Fernandez makes history in Argentina
International food at school
The problem of abandoned brides
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Seattle, more than aircraft and coffee
Scientists confronting climate change
Growth of "green" schools in the US
A new source of biodiesel fuel?
Solar flashlights for rural Africa
New movie: "Across The Universe"
A prize for "knockout" mice creators
TV adverts to fight clandestine migration
A book written by Jenna Bush
Social networking sites for seniors
Indian exporters hit by surging rupee
The future for polar bears
John Lennon's music helping Darfur
Activist writer wins Heinz Award
Acupuncture best for back pain
The tunnels of Houston
New campaign to promote cheap laptops
Animated police to control the Web in China
Development of the teen brain
Work of Mother Teresa goes on
Chinese tourists flock to Australia
The debate over raw milk
Music from the waves
The end of long school vacations?
Lost and found in New York
India's male beauty industry
Gentle Barn helping children
Wild ambassador at New York zoo
Ten years since release of "Titanic"
A new movie called "Duck"
Keeping sharks at bay in Durban
Coffee culture in the US
Car designers in California
YouTube first online video awards
Amnesty's make some noise campaign
China needs to improve international image
300th birthday of Carl Linnaeus
Richard Rogers wins architecture prize
Two faces of Asian development
World's historic treasures at risk
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Improving soil in Eastern Uganda
Sergeant Pepper's reaches 40
Nominee to lead World Bank
Teenager conquers Mount Everest
New York taxis to go "green"
New safety rules on food from China
Wind power encouraged in India
Reforms needed at development banks
The shrinking cities project
New WHO chief sets health agenda
Ethanol production raises criticism
California leads in "green" technologies
Stronger job market for graduates in US
Protests over new family law
Repopulating an Indian tiger reserve
Economics award given to a woman
Scientists to create encyclopedia of life
Stop smoking efforts in China
What's behind the fairtrade label?
Healthful food in US schools
Seed collection project to save crops
Tibetan musician big hit in West
Discovery could ease blood shortages
Year of the pig brings more power to Korea!
Program for appropriate technology in health
Volunteer guides in San Francisco
Farmers look for love online
Afghan crafts on sale
Disappearance of honeybees
Austin's festival
The "Earth Fire Ice" campaign
Finding a buyer for Chrysler
Lighthouses seek brighter future
New prize for political leaders
India prefers boys
Job-hunting in China
Socially responsible investments
48 hours to make a film
Dental care should start early
Students learn emergency skills
World's rivers at risk
Understanding food labels
Indian newspaper boom
Warnings about sleep drugs
Airbus A380 in New York
"March Madness"
Ethanol production means higher food prices
The end of the light bulb?
Seven women honored for their work
Exercisers in Hong Kong generate electricity
Gates wants changes to US immigration system
New low-cost malaria drug
Australian lifeguards get a new look
Mobile phones as health tools
Medical study endorses Atkins diet
India's colorful Holi celebration
Alcohol policies at US colleges
Launch of International Polar Year
Google CEO warns of misinformation
Wind power on the increase
New eco-discovery center in Florida
Tree-growing campaign in Niger
Building bridges with China
Hong Kong on alert for bird flu
Solution found for arsenic pollution
New vaccination programme launched
Brain damage can cure addictions
Race to build new oil pipeline
Flooding continues in Jakarta
News from the computer world
Louisiana to become new film-making capital?
What are social entrepreneurs?
Microsoft to tackle the digital divide
Ultra-light boat previewed
Good advice from the World Bank?
Reducing the cost of vaccines
Rough winter for US farmers
US climate action partnership
Importance of vitamin D
India's airports are inadequate
Investing in developing countries
From high-fidelity to higher education
Increasing urbanisation around the world
What are organic fish?
Consumer Electronics Show
Apple and stock options
Corruption in China's health care
Are golden parachutes too high?
Are cloned animals safe to eat?
Polar bears proposed as threatened species
Healthier eating in New York city
Send your name to Mars
Atlantic Records mourns founder
The power of nicotine
US expands anti-malaria aid
Booming property prices in Moscow
Universal Studios to expand
China unprepared to care for aging population
China's rich are getting richer
Microsoft launches Vista
New shuttle mission will be hard
Why did eBay want Skype?
Electronics companies prepare for battle
Griffith Observatory reopens
Indian companies to make AIDS drugs
The Senegalese surf scene
"Science" magazine looks at fraud
Developing countries need broadband
China to improve its infrastructure
Neanderthal gene studies published
Death of director Robert Altman
Laptops for the developing world
The link between poverty and peace
Casinos move to Asia
G-20 meeting ends in Melbourne
Learning winemaking in Virginia
Mount Vernon: an educational experience
Sanitation issues in Asia
Dial up a movie with Sundance
Specialty grocer for US Muslims
World heritage sites threatened
From food waste to energy
The C-section debate
China-Africa summit brings results
Wide-scale blackout in Europe
Worst-ever drought in Australia
Prioritizing global challenges
Vietnam arrests wildlife traffickers
Classes in peace-building
Violence overshadows commemoration
Progress in fighting TB in Asia
Benefits of eating fish outweigh risks
Indonesian fires threaten wildlife
Opium production is falling
Schomburg Center celebrates 80 years
New protection against skin cancer
Bribe payers index published
Asian business news
Gun control debate resurfaces in the US
Moon cakes go "green" in Hong Kong
New Bob Dylan exhibit opens
The Smithsonian Museum
California fights global warming
UN top job to South Korean
Illegal tiger trade continues
South Korean goose dads
No more needles for diabetics
Clinton's global initiative
A new film: "American Ramadan"
Microsoft school of the future
Contaminated spinach scare
The popularity of microhomes
Business in the great malls of China
Skin test for Alzheimer's
India, Brazil and South Africa boost cooperation
Surgery in US for Afghan boy
Lebanese children missing school
Spanish radio station in New Orleans
New museum opens in Paris
Eat less and live longer
Digital revolution reaches the library
Production delays at Airbus
Mindi Abair lives "Life Less Ordinary"
German media expands sports coverage
Hip fractures increase around the globe
Internet safety: a growing concern
Egg donors found on college campuses
Summer vacation with "Bike and Build"
IBM invests in India
World Cup security and hooliganism
How "Survivor" winner used his money
Predictions for the new hurricane season
"Pangea Artisan Market and Café"
Hindu temple damaged in earthquake
New kid's TV show for US and China
Georgian President foresees NATO invitation
Autism may have genetic roots
Gelsenkirchen's five-star stadium
Growing market for electronic waste
Will high gas prices spur bike sales?
"The Fat Man Walking"
ICT conference in Kenya
New study on in-flight blood clots
Germany favored in World Cup group A
Naomi Watts joins UN-AIDS fight
Exhibition by bookbinders
American youth failing geography
Researchers cure lethal cancer in mice
"Sesame Street" translated into Arabic
US university promotes "green" campus
Child labor declining in Asia
US anthem in Spanish sparks controversy
Trash problem in Mali's capital
Life expectancy rises in the US
May Day demonstrations across Europe
Nepal's Maoists declare ceasefire
Czech President complains of EU statism
Biotech companies get new drugs to market
US businesses exploiting illegal workforce
ASEAN conference discusses Burma
More Chinese avoid eating wild animals
Youth "boot camp" teaches mariachi music
The promise and peril of technology
FIFA President on the World Cup
Google unveiled in China
Dust problem in South Korea
Critical shortage of health workers
California seeks to limit greenhouse gases
Vietnamese shoes in Europe
"Rolling Stone" in China
Protecting intellectual property
New crew for the space station
US asks for container screenings
Fair trade coffee industry
US losing its competitive edge
China to deliver bird flu samples
World Water Day
Surgery helps migraine pain
UN survey shows decrease in refugees
McDonald's meets Starbucks
"The Da Vinci Code" lawsuit
The death of Milosevic
How does coffee affect you?
Americans using less tobacco
Russia faces population crisis
Bird flu crisis group to be formed
Pilgrims return to Varanasi
From web game to research tool
Investing in the Indian economy
Rise in drug smuggling by mail
Wind power in California
The global problem of e-waste
The technical Oscar awards
Animal rights groups target China
Winchester gun factory to close
Restoring a piece of Ethiopian history
Bush boosts alternative energy plan
1918 Spanish flu was also bird flu
Mittal bid for steelmaker Arcelor
Conservative students cry "Freedom"
Sponsoring the Olympics
Global Tobacco Control Treaty
The power of the aging brain
Mobile phone industry in India
Layoffs in US auto industry
WTO ruling on GM foods in Europe
Paralympic athletes are in training too
American feminist Betty Friedan dies
Weather: the return of La Niña
Washington's annual prayer breakfast
Newspaper cartoons anger Muslims
India's success against leprosy
Chinese "Year of the Dog"
Protecting America's competitive edge
Google's new search engine for China
Loïc Le Meur's podcast from Davos
Marketers try to lure baby boomers
Ireland wooing Bollywood
Pope Benedict honours Swiss Guard
WHO says malaria cure's efficacy at risk
New controversy over CIA flights
Americans embrace centuries-old art form
Nepalese Maoist rebels threaten more attacks
Turin prepares for Olympics
New cooperative restaurant in Manhattan
20,000 new gadgets unveiled
China's search for oil
Getting an education in Southern Sudan
"Bikes for the World"
A new link between India and Pakistan
Mars rovers begin third year of operation
World Food Program reports a very bad year
US nursing shortage
2005 was as hot as 1998
Confiscated goods found on eBay
Eat well and live longer!
Aspiring screenwriters read this!
San Francisco voted best tourist city in the US
Cheetah conservation efforts
Microsoft releases Kiswahili program
Bitter battles at WTO meeting
Organic food in the US
Security changes for US travelers
American buffalo gaining in numbers
Japan's new foreign minister
Spanish architect praised in New York
Testing for mercury in fish
Singapore hangs drug smuggler
Proteins that mimic natural tissue
Environmental problems in China
Support for pioneering stem cell researcher
Pirating of intellectual property in China
Dangerous times for journalists
New survey reveals where to start a business
Hunger still killing too many children
"Heart Gallery" helps find homes
New study on preventable causes of cancer
A look behind the French riots
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Who should govern the Internet?
Success of smoking bans
Working out in the workplace
Oil industry defends its profits
Declining trust in the Internet
"Three Faiths, One God": a documentary
Gas pipeline from Alaska
New approaches to health funding
Scientists unveil HapMap
Americans love antique cars
India's appetite for gold still strong
Children's AIDS campaign launched
Help for Pakistan from L.A.
"Green" cars on show in Tokyo
Homeland security faces tough questions
International drug patent system
New IMAX space documentary
New trade talks in December
Growing piracy problem in Kenya
Islamic literature goes mainstream in France
Problems with pre-paid phone cards
The Nuclear Threat Initiative
Taiwan seeks to control bird flu
Trying to conserve energy in the US
Dutch flood control system
The third space tourist
Meltdown in the Arctic
The wonder pills of modern medicine
Consequences of an aging world population
British Labour Party conference
Man's best friend is explosives enemy
Conference on agriculture in Africa ends
Mosquito-borne diseases on the increase
New spaceship unveiled by NASA
Nepal's government promises democracy
Guest worker programme in the US
Attacks fail to disrupt Afghan elections
Citing foreign law in US Supreme Court
Aceh rebels begin surrendering weapons
Disneyland in Hong Kong
British Union welcomes China textile deal
Swiss return funds to Nigeria
US accepts fuel aid from Venezuela
New report on Chernobyl consequences
The heroes of New Orleans
Moving elephants in Kenya
Repairing flood barriers in New Orleans
Examining human rights in China
Notting Hill Carnival promotes unity
Indonesia begins mass polio vaccination
Iraq: an endangered cultural site
Whaling commission keeps ban
The next generation of airplanes
King Tut exhibit should boost tourism
"Get on board" campaign reaches Rome
One million children still work in mines
Israeli scientists germinate ancient seed
Debate over renewal of the Patriot Act
Gates Award goes to African organisation
New gas pipeline from Iran
New vaccines successful on monkeys
Waiting for the Jackson verdict
Britain postpones referendum
Endangered historic sites list for 2005
Asian-Pacific nations work towards free trade
Hurricane experts predict busy season
Geldof unveils Live-8 plans
Continuing woes of the airline industry
Major brain drain in the health sector
China launches anti-drug use campaign
Former US President's visit to India
Australia's immigration policy
Sweatshop-free clothing stores
The search is on for new pain treatments
The phenomenon of "computer rage"
Changes in passport requirements
Final "Star Wars" film released
EU must encourage democracy in East
Business news from Japan
Democrats oppose social security plan
Germany unveils new Holocaust memorial
US newspapers have to change with the times
Los Angeles to upgrade its port
Pentagon offers $2 million prize
UN agency appeals for more food aid
Taiwan's President invites China to visit
Vietnam enjoys economic recovery
Bush's new energy plan
Annan renews call for UN reforms
Problems re-erecting the Axum obelisk
Bulgaria and Romania sign up for the EU
Can China's growth be maintained?
Israel praises election of new Pope
New NASA chief focuses on Mars
China buys French technology
Winner of the Pritzker Prize for architecture
India urged to save the tiger
Stress management as effective as exercise
China-Japan dispute hits cyberspace
Russian spacecraft blasts off
Indonesian volcanoes erupt
Which Chinese city is Shangri-La?
Who will be the next Pope?
Historic bus route opens
Cholera outbreak hits Senegal
Talks between major airlines may continue
World Bank approves dam in Laos
The consequences of sleep deprivation
Dinosaur reveals new information
Are aluminum cars safe?
Women looking for the on-ramp
Pakistan to aid UN probe
Whale beachings linked to sonar?
American-Indians in partnership with Marriott
Steroid abuse among American youth
Italian troops to withdraw from Iraq
Relief agencies to stay in Aceh
US businessman found guilty of fraud
New research on vitamin E
New figures show increase in malaria
Nigeria debates payment on foreign debt
Airline industry records safest year
SIRT-2 protein prevents ageing?
China unveils anti-secession law
Wind turbines electrifying Europe
Preparing the next shuttle mission
Activists continue fight against smoking
Global Flyer goes round the world
UNICEF report on child poverty
Last untouched forests threatened
For or against the Kyoto Protocol
Bird flu conference calls for more funding
Two months after the tsunami
Rebate encourages drivers to use biodiesel
Iron deficiency: a common disorder
Quit smoking or you're fired!
Allergies are nothing to be sneezed at
New EU air passenger rights
Christo's new project in New York
New solution to fight dengue fever
North Korea encouraged to keep talking
Small studio creates special effects
Two suspended in UN oil-for-food probe
100% debt relief for poorest nations
Louisiana celebrating Mardi Gras
New study investigates inactivity gene
Brazil to be new world "breadbasket"
New Basque autonomy plan proposed
Blogging stirs controversy in Iran
China ready to revalue its currency
Rebuilding Sri Lankan tourism
Los Angeles losing its competitive edge
Howard Hughes movie: "The Aviator"
Tetanus threatens tsunami survivors
Bush pushes pension reform
"Marshall Plan" for Africa
Early warning system for disasters
European spacecraft reaches Saturn's moon
US issues new eating guidelines
Europe welcomes Abbas election
UN envoy warns of violence in Darfur
Looting of antiquities in Iraq
Famous people who died in 2004
Monaco polishes its image
2004's biggest science stories
Tough days ahead for Kofi Annan
Promoting entrepreneurship
Public transport expands globally
Growing up around the world
Coalmine disasters in China
The fight against opium trafficking
Chile seen as a model for Latin America
UNICEF's annual report on the world's children
Scientists develop new TB drug
Lenovo buys Ibms PC business
Vermont: an endangered state
Australia enjoys economic good times
Union Carbide leak: 20 years on
Sarkozy could change French politics
Kellogg executive to join the cabinet
Tunisian women in government
Race-specific drug to be launched
Abbas is a presidential candidate
Lebanon rebuilding itself
Australia resists Kyoto Protocol
Himalayan Kingdom bans tobacco
Axum obelisk to return to Ethiopia
Heifer International wins humanitarian award
China faces winter energy shortages
Life in Cuba getting harder
Cat Stevens gets peace award
Conservationist has hope for chimpanzees
Tibet still hoping for autonomy
First automated space rendezvous
Chicago celebrates its ethnic heritage
California to lead in stem cell research
Experts warn of Arctic warming
California's first hydrogen refueling station
Chinese union targets foreign businesses
Crying over spilt milk in Africa
Courting the Amish vote
Frankfurt book fair
World Food Day and biodiversity
Britain announces vaccination breakthrough
Ramadan in Indonesia
Growth spurts linked to breast cancer
World Economic Forum
Death of a superhero
Afghan opium production
Millions watched US presidential debates
Engineering for girls
US must reverse youth obesity
US cracks down on fake goods
Wal-Mart to expand its operations
Chinese prosperity threatens wildlife
A future for genetically engineered food
Honda celebrates 25 years in the US
Dogs can detect cancer in humans
New talk radio in Iraq
Branson launches Virgin Galactic
Mandela archive launched
Busy Atlantic hurricane season
Online even in remote China
Regular walking helps avoid dementia
New approach to health care in Nepal
Near East music meets dance
Anita Roddick lobbies for clean water
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China facing shortage of workers
Online resources for humanities
More vacation time in the US
Ground Zero attracts tourists
Exploratorium website
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Voices of civil rights
China prepares for 2008 Olympics
Controversy over crocodile safaris
Greece hopes to cash in on Olympics
Chinese graduates struggle to find jobs
Cyber cafes in India
Greece and Britain spar over marbles
UN Foundation and Vodafone partnership
Commercial rocket makes history
Australia's koalas face extinction
Scientists worry about global warming
UK scientists seek license to clone
India's tourist industry booms
Olympic torch on its way to Athens
The low-carbohydrate diet craze in the US
G8 extends debt relief to Africa
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Dogs learn like children
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First speech by India's new president
Website for war veterans
EU unhappy with US aviation proposal
Increasing oil prices
Unsafe food products in China
Next G8 Summit in Georgia
Tobacco making countries poorer
US unveils new plan for nuclear materials
Problems with the ship-breaking industry
Differences over new EU constitution
Tribeca Film Festival in New York
Working conditions in Gap factories
UNICEF reports on Ukraine health
European car sales in the US
Surprise election defeat in India
Long term health problems from 9/11
How AIDS will impact Africa
South Africa's wine industry
Security at the Olympics
Poland offers biggest hope
Global warming and asthma
New safety system for Nissan cars
Japan produces fatherless mouse
Poland fears brain drain
Heart disease in developing nations
Britain tests national ID card
Statue of Liberty to reopen
Replacement crew arrives at space station
President Mbeki wins second term
Blair agrees to referendum
India prepares to vote
Skyrocketing Chinese economy
US tourism industry needs foreign workers
Land-grabbing in Afghanistan
Reunification plan for Cyprus
Mars rovers still working hard
Times Square's 100th anniversary
Pope celebrates Palm Sunday
The UN's road safety week
Orangutans find refuge
Trial SARS vaccine shows promise
The end of "Letter from America"
Western food but Indian tastes
Regional elections in France
Forum discusses Internet governance
Kenyan plan to attract investors
African-Americans still fare worse
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Bollywood attracts foreign businesses
Music at Starbucks
Conflict over the Nile
Anti-trust case against Microsoft
Suzuki's plans for the US market
US unveils new anti-obesity strategy
Irish music now mainstream
Indian cricketers tour Pakistan
Spain declares three days of mourning
Bush campaign trail
China promises relief for farmers
South African AIDS program
German economic woes
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California's supermarket strike
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