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Image : Vietnam among 18 countries where you don't have to leave a tip

Vietnam among 18 countries where you don't have to leave a tip

person Orange Themes access_time May 06,2016

Vietnam is one of 18 countries in the world where leaving a tip is optional, according to Business Insider, a US business and entertainment website.

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What Would You Do for $100 000 Prank - Social Experiment

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What would you do for $100k? Amazing Response . JoeySalads asked Hot Girls what they would do with $100,000. Would they give him a blowJob or a fu*k.

Image : Cape Town's gay mosque provides rare haven

Cape Town's gay mosque provides rare haven

person Orange Themes access_time Oct 31,2016

Friday prayers at the People's Mosque in Cape Town looks like any other around the Islamic world, except in this South African city the imam is openly gay and the teaching promotes homosexual rights. It is a stance that provokes outrage from many

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UK school cancels talk by Breitbart editor Yiannopoulos

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LONDON (AP) — A British school has canceled a talk by an editor of the U.S. right-wing website Breitbart News, citing safety concerns and the threat of demonstrations at the school.

Milo Yiannopoulos was due to address students at his former school, Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys in southern England, on Tuesday. The school said it pulled the talk after it was contacted by the Department of Education's counter-terrorism officials.

Yiannopoulos was banned by Twitter in July for abusive comments. He is a senior editor of Breitbart, an "alt-right" website backing Donald Trump. The alt-right is a loose group espousing a provocative and reactionary strain of conservatism.

The school said many of its students and parents supported its attempt to bring in controversial speakers, and that it remained committed to free speech.

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New files show Kissinger, Gorbachev upset by Thatcher's fall

LONDON (AP) — Newly released British government files show that leaders and top diplomats were taken by surprise and deeply upset by former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's fall from power in November 1990.One of the first responses to Thatcher's removal as Conservative Party leader and prime minister came from former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, who said in a note to Thatcher it was "worse than a death in the family."He called her "one of the great figures of modern times" and… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

Vietnam sees record new business in 2016

A man welds a steel bed at a furniture factory outside Hanoi. Photo by Reuters/Kham Vietnam saw a record number of business openings in 2016, shedding hopes for robust growth and strong investment in the near future. A new report from the Ministry of Investment and Planning said the past year saw 110,000 new businesses open, up 16.2 percent from 2015. Registered capital increased 48 percent to more than VND891 trillion ($39 billion). These new companies are expected to create nearly 1.3… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

Spanish court blocks Catalan independence vote

Madrid (AFP) - Spain's Constitutional Court quashed Tuesday a resolution by Catalonia's regional parliament calling for a referendum on independence this year, a ruling that will further stoke tensions with Madrid.The parliament of Spain's wealthy, northeastern region, which has a majority of separatist lawmakers, had adopted the resolution in October, pledging to hold a vote in September 2017.But after suspending it in December, the Constitutional Court in Madrid said Tuesday that it had… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

Legal pot brings temporary tax break for some medical users

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Some California medical marijuana users are getting a tax break.State officials announced Thursday that certain purchases of medical cannabis are now exempt from sales taxes, under the law approved by voters this month that legalized recreational pot in California.Under the new law known as Proposition 64, a 15 percent excise tax will be imposed in January 2018 upon purchasers of all marijuana and marijuana products, including medical cannabis. A tax on cultivators will also… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

Earthquake along Ecuador's coast kills one, destroys hotels

QUITO (Reuters) - A 5.8 magnitude earthquake shook Ecuador's Pacific coast early on Monday, killing one person, injuring a dozen others and damaging hotels in the area, authorities said.The country's geological institute recorded the quake off the coast of Atacames in Esmeraldas province, northwest of Quito, the capital. The quake was followed by 15 lesser-magnitude aftershocks."We regret that a 75-year-old woman suffered a heart attack because of the quake," national risk management secretary… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

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