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Nostalgic and peaceful Da Lat's Co Café
Co Café in Da Lat is best for groups, couples or anyone to come to enjoy a cup of coffee and indulge themselves in a nostalgic space full of items that date back decades.
Co Café is located on the outskirts of Da Lat city.
This café has a simple interior décor with old items attached to many people’s childhoods.
The brown timber space provides a cozy feeling.
A Honda 67 motorcycle.
An amazing view to the city centre.
A view to the garden.
A look at three investigations of senior military officers
WASHINGTON (AP) — Military leaders are launching a broad review of how the services investigate accusations of misconduct by senior officers, citing deep concerns about how long the process now takes and whether it treats people equally.There are no real policy guidelines or regulations that govern where the officers go and what jobs they can hold while they wait for bad conduct investigations to end. Often they are sent to jobs as special assistants to senior leaders, where they languish for… chat_bubble_outline Read More...
Scientists seek to map all human cells in vast atlas
By Kate KellandLONDON, (Reuters) - Scientists launched a global initiative on Friday to map out and describe every cell in the human body in a vast atlas that could transform researchers' understanding of human development and disease.The atlas, which is likely to take more than a decade to complete, aims to chart the types and properties of all human cells across all tissues and organs and build a reference map of the healthy human body, the scientists said.Cells are fundamental to… chat_bubble_outline Read More...
Thailand's new king faces challenges national and personal
BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand's new King Rama X is the tenth in a dynasty that dates back to 1782, but he will be judged by how he measures up to his revered father, who steadily steered his country into modern times in a 70-year reign.Rama X — who also was given the formal title "His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarankun" on Thursday night — had been the heir apparent since 1972, when King Bhumibol Adulyadej named him as his successor. Bhumibol died on Oct. 13 at age 88 after years… chat_bubble_outline Read More...
US commander: Mosul and Raqqa should be retaken in 6 months
CAMP TAJI, Iraq (AP) -- Forces fighting the Islamic State group should be able to retake the IS-held cities of Mosul in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria within the next six months, according to the top U.S. commander in Iraq.On a tour north of Baghdad Wednesday, U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Stephen Townsend said "within the next six months I think we'll see both (the Mosul and Raqqa campaigns) conclude."Townsend, who heads the U.S.-led coalition against IS, said Iraq's military is still in the process of putting… chat_bubble_outline Read More...
Party in Miami as news of Fidel Castro's death spreads
Miami (AFP) - To cries of "Cuba Libre!" and "Freedom! Freedom!" Cuban-Americans poured on to the streets of Miami early Saturday to celebrate the death of their nemesis Fidel Castro.Revelers, many of whom were exiled by Havana's communist regime, honked car horns, banged on pots and drums, and danced, cried, and waved Cuban flags in a wave of communal euphoria.Castro died late Friday, his brother and Cuban President Raul Castro announced on national television around midnight.In Miami -- home… chat_bubble_outline Read More...