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Thailand struggles with dark side of vital fishing industry

Thailand, the world's third-largest exporter of fish and fishery products, is facing something of a crisis for its international reputation. The glamorous packaging of Thai seafood in supermarket fridges around the world stands in contrast to the ... Bangkok Post, 18 hours ago

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7 acts of kindness to get you feeling warm and fuzzy for the holidays

The world can be a dark, dreary place, but the holiday season is a good time to remember that there is good in the world.This year, there have been plenty of examples of good samaritans doing random acts of kindness to help their fellow human ...
 Austin American Statesman1 day ago SCM Beverage Brokers: The World's Top Five Finest Cigars To Enjoy For The Holidays  Stock Nod6 days ago
Bangkok Post

It Was a Dark Day in North Korea for Online Dating: Opening Line

When the Internet went down in North Korea yesterday, life in one of the world's most plugged-in, socially conscious nations must have been utterly transformed. After all, Kim Jong-Un's famously open society has at least 1,024 Internet protocol ...
 Bloomberg2 days ago North Korea's Internet faces blackout amid Sony hacking row  Gulf Time UAE1 day ago North Korea hit by Internet outage amid US hacking row  AhmedabadMirror.com2 days ago North Korea's Internet down after Sony hack  Daily Nation2 days ago

Power Crisis Leaves South African Bosses Despondent in the Dark

(Bloomberg) -- Neal Froneman, who runs some of the world's deepest gold mines, would like to drill even deeper. He's being prevented from doing so by an electricity crisis that's strangling Africa's second-biggest economy. South Africa has had 15 ...
 La Repubblica2 days ago Power Crisis Leaves South Africans Despondent in the Dark  BusinessWeek2 days ago
Denver Post

Best Video Games of 2014: Dark, alluring worlds, but also a light touch

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor was 2014's most impressive action-fantasy title, and it had plenty of competition. (Provided by Warner Bros.) The biggest stories in the gaming world in 2014 often had nothing to do with the games themselves, such ...
 Denver Post1 week ago

Even in the dark, news in the sports world seems to be the same

Sports columns generally generate more heat than light, which is fine: We'll settle for either right now in the Northeast, after a snowstorm left us without heat, light, phone, gas, news, water and peace of mind for five days and counting. I'm not ...
 SI.com1 week ago

Statue in Budapest based on Second World War evokes dark history

Two very different histories are told at the south end of Freedom Square, in the heart of the Hungarian capital. A stone statue of the Archangel Gabriel, a symbol of Hungary, stands at the edge of the square looking innocent and unaware while an ...
 Globe and Mail1 week ago

Tough going at World snooker

It was a case of groping in the dark and finding one's feet on the second day of the Seaways-IBSF World Snooker Championship here Thursday as most struggled to get used to the playing conditions though the Indian camp had some reason to smile. Pankaj Advani ...
 Sify1 month ago
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'We head into World Cup as the perennial dark horse' - McCullum

Brendon McCullum has said New Zealand go into the World Cup as "the perennial dark horse", on his team's visit to Melbourne
 ESPN Cricinfo2 months ago 'Aussies pretty annoying'  The Telegraph2 months ago New Zealand a dark horse for World Cup, Australia 'annoying'  Rediff.com2 months ago NZ dark horse for World Cup, Australia "annoying": Steyn  Sify2 months ago

Cyber freedom’s dark side

Alarm bells are ringing in government offices worldwide after a British spy chief admitted that technology giants like Facebook and Twitter were fast becoming the “command and control networks of choice” for criminals and terrorists. Robert Hannigan, who ...
 Asian Age1 month ago
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