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91. news | 29 Nov 2013
» North Korea has increased food production for a third straight year, but malnutrition remains widespread, UN agencies say, voicing particular concern over stunting in children.
92. business | 25 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» My son will enter his first year of elementary school this year. I'm not sure how much daily pocket money I should give him. Could you please give me some idea of an appropriate rate? Not too much but not too little,...
93. opinion | 24 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: News
» When an eight-year-old girl on the Berlin subway asks her mother if its possible to have a male chancellor, you know something profound has changed in Germany. A woman ruling the country is not just the new normal; for m...
94. learning | 13 Feb 2013
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» More than 4000 Thai contestants, many of them young school children, are celebrating after setting a world record for the most people dancing in one field with hula hoops, simultaneously.
95. learning | 11 Jul 2012
» 460 schoolchildren who ate 3-day old donated eggs not reheated are now sick with Salmonella poisoning, 123 hospitalized, 8 critically ill.
96. learning | 20 Aug 2012
About guns & the law
» High-profile gun accident of senator killing mother of his children on mother's day draws public attention to gun laws & gun law enforcement.
97. learning | 02 Nov 2010
» Amid the light rain and soaring temperatures, high-school student delegates from around the world and local Thai students enthusiastically paint the walls that surround the compound of Father Ray Children's Village, ...
98. news | 08 Nov 2013
» Emergency plans are under way to vaccinate more than 20 million children in the Middle East after polio resurfaced in war-torn Syria, the United Nations said on Friday.
99. news | 04 Dec 2013
» Thousands of women and children in the Philippines risk falling prey to human traffickers in the aftermath of last month's catastrophic typhoon, lawmakers and the chief US aid agency warned Tuesday.
100. news | 02 Nov 2013
» The UN-Arab League envoy to Syria has said no peace conference will be possible without the Syrian opposition, as the United Nations warned of rising malnutrition among children trapped in battle zones.