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  • CRS, Caritas responding to emergency after Nepal earthquake
    Nepal: people cold, hungry and in shock after earthquake
    The devastating earthquake in Nepal has claimed more than 2,000 lives and caused thousands more injuries. The 7.8 magnitude quake has leveled buildings and homes.There are 6.6 million people within the affected area. It's still not known the...
  • WFP prepares emergency response to earthquake in Nepal
    Nepal: UN WFP to provide food to earthquake victims
    The UN World Food Programme (WFP) says food aid will be needed for victims of a devastating earthquake today in Nepal. The 7.9 magnitude quake has caused thousands of casualties and destroyed buildings and homes.The full extent of the damage is...
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    Review: Paradise by Design, by Bill Bensley
    A 1984 graduate of the Harvard School of Design, Bill Bensley was listed as one of the “Top 100 Architects of 2007” by Architectural Digest magazine. Initially trained as a landscape designer, Mr. Bensley has long since migrated his...
  • Tropical Hotels
    Review: Tropical Hotels, by Kim Inglis
    When seeking an ideal destination hotel or resort, today’s world travelers can rely upon countless travel guides, agencies, websites and publications for direction. One may caress a trusted, well-thumbed copy of Fodor’s or Frommer...
  • Aoshima Island: Where cats rule
    Aoshima Island: Japan cat haven draws kitty loving tourists with pussies galore
    Aoshima Island is the ideal destination for cat loving tourists to visit. After all, where else are you going to find feral kitties outnumbering humans at six to one? On March 3, this sensational, feline-heavy place was trending, with these fur...
  • Seduction Beauty of the Kanbun
    'Seduction: Japan’s Floating World,' now open at the Asian
    “Seduction: Japan’s Floating World,” is now open at the Asian Art Museum. The fifty pieces of art were chosen from the John C. Webber collection and allow the viewer to appreciate all the glitz, glamor, drama, eroticism and...
  • "Serial" Podcast S1E12
    Is HBO & Warner Bros. interested in producing 'Serial' on 1999 murder case?
    It is all just rumors over the 12 episode "Serial" podcast, grabbing interest from Hollywood to be made into a film or a limited TV series. HBO & Warner Bros., are said to be interested but there is no confirmation. "Serial"...
  • CSN live at Nokia Theatre in LA - Kevin Winter - Getty
    Crosby, Stills & Nash confirm spring 2015 dates in U.S. and Asia
    Crosby, Still & Nash will hit the road this spring for their only U.S. stops in 2015. The two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famers will also perform a number of first-ever stops in Asia.According to a news release posted Jan. 13 CSN's...
  • Great places to see in Central America and worldwide
    New places to travel in the coming year and beyond
    Do you think you have seen the world and have exhausted all your travel opportunities? Do you still long to see new countries but think you have exhausted all that Europe, Asia, and Central America have to offer? Or do you just want to see...
  • "Serial" Podcast S112E
    'Serial' Podcast of 12 incredible & compelling episodes of 1999 murder
    The “Serial” podcast was freely downloaded 5 million times after its' premiere Oct 3, 2014 from “iTunes.” Investigative journalist Sarah Koenig spent 15 months unraveling the 1999 murder of a Korean high school student...
  • WFP begins food distributions in the Philippines following Typhoon Hagupit
    WFP feeds typhoon victims in the Philippines
    The UN World Food Programme (WFP) is distributing food in the Philippines after Typhoon Hagupit. Around 300,000 storm victims received high-energy biscuits today in 17 different towns in Eastern Samar.The typhoon left almost a million displaced...
  • Volunteers help with food distributions in the Philippines
    Volunteers make huge difference in Typhoon Hagupit relief
    Survivors of Typhoon Hagupit (Ruby) in the Philippines are receiving food aid. There are many heroes behind the scenes of this life-saving effort.They are the civilian volunteers, helping to make the food packs for the storm victims. On Sunday,...
  • Food aid being prepared for Typhoon Hagupit (Ruby) survivors
    Food being rushed to Typhoon Hagupit survivors
    The Philippines government is rushing food to victims of Typhoon Hagupit (Ruby). The storm has weakened as it moves over the Philippines, but has left a trail of destruction.The top priority is getting food and water to people affected by the...
  • Track of Typhoon Hagupit
    Typhoon Hagupit: Food needed for homeless storm victims
    Frontline teams of the Philippines government are bringing aid to areas hit by Typhoon Hagupit (Ruby). They are assessing the early damage caused by the storm, which has smashed the country with high winds and torrential rains.After clearing roads...
  • Typhoon Hagupit batters the Philippines
    Typhoon Hagupit batters the Philippines, WFP prepares response
    Typhoon Hagupit is battering the Philippines with strong winds and torrential rains. Power outages and flooding are being reported.Hagupit currently has sustained winds of near 100 mph. The storm has slightly weakened as it moves inland. However,...
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