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Image : Protests, looting erupt as Venezuelans fume over cash chaos

Protests, looting erupt as Venezuelans fume over cash chaos

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CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuela became a country mostly without cash on Friday, sparking scattered protests and looting around the country as people fumed at having their already limited purchasing power cut off almost entirely.

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Scandal Recap: Civil War

person Orange Themes access_time Mar 25,2017

Scandal Recap: Civil War Scandal is making the world a more difficult place for squirrelly, taciturn weirdos. Were there a national advocacy group for mumbling hermits with an allergy to direct eye contact, they'd be firing off an angry press

Image : FFA backs Britain in FIFA poppy row with Remembrance Day celebration

FFA backs Britain in FIFA poppy row with Remembrance Day celebration

person Orange Themes access_time Nov 07,2016

FFA backs Britain in FIFA poppy row with Remembrance Day celebration The FFA, Australian soccer's governing body, is set to follow the English and Scottish football associations towards a possible collision with FIFA over the two nations' decision

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Michael Caine loses 12 kilos amid cancer fears: 'My days are numbered'

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Michael Caine loses 12 kilos amid cancer fears: 'My days are numbered'

Michael Caine loses 12 kilos amid cancer fears: 'My days are numbered'

Sir Michael Caine has lost 12 kilos and admits he's scared he will die of cancer. The 84-year-old actor revealed he's jumped on a preventative health kick because he wants to see his grandkids grow up. "I know my days are numbered, and that's the main ...


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Michael Caine admits his 'days are numbered' as he embarks on health kick

Sir Michael Caine has admitted that he's fully aware that his time will soon come to shuffle off of this mortal coil and boy is he unhappy about it. Superbad's Jonah Hill looks totally different. At 84, Michael is one of the oldest working actors in ...


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Can Vietnam be a ‘startup nation’ if it prosecutes cafe owner for taking too long to file business registration?

A café owner was fined VND17 million and prosecuted because he took five days to file his business registration. Luckily, the prosecution was canceled after the Prime Minister’s intervention. Nguyen Van Tan, the owner of the ‘Xin Chao’ (Hello) Café in Binh Chanh district, HCM City was brought to court by the Binh Chanh district’s People’s Procuracy.  The man was prosecuted for ‘doing business illegally’. Tan began selling food as he did not have a ‘business license’ and ‘certificate on food… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

Ear Cake – A tasty food in Phu Tho

In the past, people in Phu Tho referred to Ear Cake as Hon Cake, a tasty food that is served every day. But don’t be worried, the name of this cake has nothing to do with human ears or animal ears. Ear Cake was given the name due to its shape. It is made from rice, with pork stuffing. Even though the recipe looks pretty easy, not everyone can make this wonderful cake.The first step, and also the most important one that defines the quality of the cake, is to choose the right type of rice… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

Film review: Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol 2 – Does lightning strike twice?

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Saigon publishes etiquette code for tourists to cut out bad behavior

A foreign tourist takes pictures as she visits the War Remnants Museum in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo by AFP Ho Chi Minh City has released an etiquette guide, explaining all the dos and don'ts for both domestic and foreign tourists in Vietnam's economic hub. According to the code of conduct, written in Vietnamese, English, Chinese, Korean and Russian, tourists are asked to respect the local culture, comply with regulations at tourist spots and public spaces, queue up to buy entrance tickets and… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

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