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Home-rental company Airbnb is also offering to pay four foreigners to spend three months in Grottole, located in the southern province of Matera, through its Italian Sabbatical program
The game is shown to have range; there's a lot going on from ship battles and navigating the seas to digging up treasures and hoarding loot. It sports a beautiful, easy-going aesthetic with a
The German company, Deutsche Boerse, will control 60 percent of the new company's board of directors. US to back cyber dissent in repressive states, warns Internet curbs can't last
The revelation this past week that a company owned by the United Arab Emirates had acquired the rights to operate major facilities at six American seaports touched off a firestorm of debate in
The Arab News' headline was above a front-page editorial by Dubai-based real-estate tycoon Khalaf al-Habtoor, calling on Gulf Arab nations to boycott international firms now backing out of a
The following is a script from "Three Generations of Punishment" which aired on Dec. 2, 2012. Anderson Cooper is the correspondent. Andy Court, producer.
The researchers compared the scans of 43 people diagnosed with hoarding disorder, 31 people with obsessive-compulsive disorder OCD and 33 healthy individuals.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates Fireworks over the Burj Al Arab hotel during New Year's celebrations in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 1, 2019. Suhaib Salem / REUTERS Hundreds of thousands of
The bill "will improve the safety of the American people and the security of our global supply chain," said Rep. Dan Lungren, R-Calif. He said it "ensures our shores are our last line of defense
Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter, known in the military's echelon for his congressional role but hardly a national name, said Monday he was taking the initial step in a 2008 presidential bid.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates --Yemen's Shiite rebels fired a barrage of ballistic missiles targeting Saudi Arabia late Sunday on the third anniversary of a kingdom-led war in Yemen, with fragments
Airbus said it will stop making its superjumbo A380 for lack of customers, abandoning the world's biggest passenger jet and one of the aviation industry's most ambitious and most troubled endeavors.