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  • X-Ray Lungs
    Lung cancer rates predicted to surpass breast cancer among European women
    Estimates of cancer mortality statistics for the current year, extrapolated from available data from a few years earlier, have long been available for the United States, and have been recently published for the European Union, based on the World...
  • 'Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Soundtrack' being offered by Club Nintendo Europe
    'Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Soundtrack' being offered by Club Nintendo Europe
    With the recent announcement of Club Nintendo's closure, all we have to redeem our points on are left-over items and some digital downloadable games. The physical items that are still available are the Mario and Luigi and Nintendogs Greeting...
  • Children suffering from the Ukraine conflict
    Ukraine fighting escalates, food needs grow
    Fighting has intensified in the Eastern Ukraine between government forces and pro-Russian rebels. The country is also plunging deeper into a hunger crisis. The results will be devastating, particularly for children.Nearly one million have been...
  • Contrasting atmospheres: a hallmark of downtown Dublin restaurants
    Contrasting atmospheres: a hallmark of downtown Dublin restaurants
    Dublin is awash in fine-dining choices and the cosmopolitan nature of the city is reflected in the ranging ethnicity of hosts and servers, as well as the variety of international dishes. Here are six of the best –Friendly and centralAlex...
  • Refurbishments enhance panache of The Shelbourne in Dublin
    Refurbishments enhance panache of The Shelbourne in Dublin
    Impressively clad doormen, gilded mirrors, shimmering Tiffany glass chandeliers and ornate marble balustrades – initial impressions upon arrival at The Shelbourne in central Dublin indicate it’s somewhat special.Even more so as a...
  • While America still builds tee-pees Europe builds quality
    While America still builds tee-pees Europe builds quality
    Take a look at a home in Germany and compare it with a home in America and you may think that American's are still building tee-pees. Most homes in America are what Europeans call "light built", that is they are built of flimsy...
  • Breaking the cycle of terrorism
    A Lesson from Terrorism: Violence and The Grayness of Life
    THOUGHT OF THE DAY. Each day’s new violence makes people want to retreat into a 1950’s bomb shelter, or buy a home in a gated and guarded community, or hide in a shack in a remote part of the woods.Of course, we need to buy a gun&mdash...
  • Charlie Hebdo
    Jews in France want guns and are not alone
    Top Rabbis in France and the rest of Europe want permission to arm their communities in response to the growing number of violent anti-Semitic attacks against Jews across Europe. No doubt predicated by Charlie Hebdo and concurrent attacks on...
  • Russia pulls trigger on two moves to counter the U.S. and end petrodollar
    Russia pulls trigger on two moves to counter the U.S. and end petrodollar
    Contrary to the mainstream propaganda that has implied that Russia is militarily involved in the ongoing civil war in Ukraine, on Jan. 14 the Eurasian power instead countered the West's aggression by playing two economic and geo-political...
  • InterContinental Dublin offers contemporary style in a leafy suburb
    InterContinental Dublin offers contemporary style in a leafy suburb
    Standing tall in leafy Ballsbridge, a prestigious Dublin suburb, this 197-room, 5-star property announced its re-branding yesterday, becoming first InterContinental hotel in Ireland since 1960. InterContinental Dublin offers a quiet, sophisticated...
  • A look at the New 3DS Ambassador Edition
    A look at the New 3DS Ambassador Edition
    As the New 3DS Ambassador Edition was announced to some elite Europe's Club Nintendo members, we now have some images to show you from Mike Adebajo, who received his in. Just as quickly as we got wind of the new system, yesterday they were...
  • Hunger winter feared in the Ukraine
    New year dawns with hunger crisis in Ukraine
    As we head into the new year, a hunger crisis continues to grow in the war-torn Ukraine. The government and pro-Russian rebels continue to battle in the eastern part of the country.Ceasefires and peace talks have yet to take hold. Meanwhile the...
  • Grand Central Hotel Glasgow exudes a sense of history
    Grand Central Hotel Glasgow exudes a sense of history
    First opened in 1883 next to Glasgow’s main train station, its doors leading straight to the concourse, the Grand Central Hotel is known as the city’s ‘grand old lady.’Closed for over a decade, then re-opened four years ago...
  • Wolves
    Wolves and bears are thriving in Europe
    America has had a long and problematic relationship with the wolf. A major part of the problem is cultural, as many Americans have a hard time viewing wolves as creatures that can coexist alongside humans. By contrast, Europe has nearly twice as...
  • Afternoon tea in London
    Five ways to enjoy English afternoon tea in London this winter
    With Christmas and New Year fast approaching, the quintessential English experience - traditional afternoon tea in one of London’s luxurious settings - is a seasonal gift with a difference.Credit for the long-held tradition dates back to the...