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One of 40 new maps showing major crop-producing areas in the United States and other nations. One of 40 new maps showing major crop-producing areas in the United States and other nations. A total of 40 new maps have been prepared, showing major crop-...
Loss of greatness America is not the greatest country in the world. However, we American people seem to think otherwise. But what makes America so great? Is it freedom? Other countries have freedom. So is opportunity what makes America great?...
Dinosaurs may have been wiped out by a mass extinction about 65 million years ago, but an earlier extinction event may have given their predecessors a leg up on the competition, according to a study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences....
Tags: Paleontology, Fossils, Tanzania, Zambia
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- South Africa’s ruling African National Congress on Tuesday defended a controversial decision to allow the broadcast on television of a video of an unsmiling Nelson Mandela, looking frail, pallid and uncomfortable, as...
Tags: Africa, Tuberculosis, Culture, Twitter, Inc., Nelson Mandela
Political leaders past and present reacted Monday to the death of Margaret Thatcher, the former prime minister of Britain, by spotlighting different parts of her global legacy. For some, their careful or brazen words reflected the sharp disagreements...
The Hartford CourantInternational Festival of Arts & Ideas: "A Midsummer Night's Dream" brings together the puppet masters (South Africa's Handspring Puppet Company) and director (Tom Morris) of the sensational "War Horse" which stunned audiences in London, Broadway and is...
During the 1960s, when most African nature reserves were being established, lions tended to be born free. But today, freedom doesn't always serve them well. Fifty years ago, human population densities were low in the areas where lions roamed. But...
Tags: Africa, Wildlife, National Parks, Tanzania, Gardens and Parks
BAMAKO, Mali — Homemade twig pens stand like off-duty soldiers in a jar on Boubacar Sadeck's worktable. The morning sun steals into a room stuffed with a jumble of papers, ink bottles and stretched animal hides. He sits thoughtfully before a blank...
Tags: Africa, Mali, North Africa, Islam, Religion and Belief
Google has just added its 49th and 50th country to its popular Street View feature, enabling Web browsers to check out locations like the Hungarian Parliament building, the European country's Chain bridge or the largest medicinal bath in Europe, the...
Tags: Google Inc., Lesotho
Daily American Staff Writer, @daalyssacGavin Vermoter and Gladen Maust have an unorthodox friendship. They have been friends for 50 years — but they just met Friday. The two were connected in elementary school when Vermoter, of Johannesburg, was given a list of American sixth grade...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGSixto Rodriguez is not a household name, but his inspiring story has become famous and it’s resulting in sold-out music venues throughout the country. Rodriguez is a folk singer/songwriter who didn’t have much success while growing up in...
While the mainstream media in America love to wax poetic about former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, the sainted "Iron Lady" of the Cold War, it might be wise to remember the real person behind the carefully polished myth ("Margaret Thatcher...
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