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1. multimedia | 19 Jan 2015
» A mother faces a murder charge for allegedly setting her newborn on fire, the body of a 3-year-old boy is found stuffed in a freezer, and an Ohio man is arrested for an alleged plot to attack the U.S. Capitol. - REUTERS
2. multimedia | 29 Dec 2014
» From a monkey rescuing a monkey in India, to a dog show in Cairo featuring Siberian huskies -- it may take a German snowstorm to cool them all off in this week's animal roundup. Gavino Garay reports. - REUTERS
3. multimedia | 23 Dec 2014
» A son allegedly dismembers his parents, a man shows up at his neighbor's with an arrow in his back, and the body of an abducted child is found. - REUTERS
4. lifestyle | 19 Dec 2014
» What rice is to Thai people, bread is to the French. In fact, the word bread in French, pain, is a very powerful word deeply rooted in their culture. Even copain, or mate in French, stems from having a person to share yo...
5. news | 10 Dec 2014
» "Shirtfront", an aggressive Australian sports term used by Prime Minister Tony Abbott to challenge Russia's Vladimir Putin, was Wednesday picked as the National Dictionary Centre's word of the year, beating "ma
6. learning | 27 Jul 2014
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» The word "speculation" has been used heavily in talking about former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra's trip abroad. Learn to pronounce it as a single word and in a sentence.
7. learning | 19 Nov 2013
» "Selfie" defined as "photo of yourself taken with mobile phone", selected by Oxford Dictionaries as word of the year.
8. learning | 16 Nov 2010
» Much of the difficulty experienced in learning a new word comes from the relationship between that word and the person trying to learn it.
9. opinion | 28 Jan 2015
» 'Revenge" is a world I hear frequently in nearly every Chinese martial arts movie. I don't remember how many I watched when I was young, but it was enough to make me learn the famous phrase "nee khaen tong cham...
10. news | 23 Jan 2015
» The Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) insists it will have the last word on whether Business Air will fly again, despite a court ruling in favour of the financially strapped carrier.