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Volcano island TOKYO : Famously crowded Japan is getting a bit more space as a newly-formed volcanic island just keeps on growing. New footage of the remote Nishinoshima, some 1,000 kilometres south of Tokyo, shows a volcano erupting up to six times a minute, ... Himalayan times, 1 month ago

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World Cup 2015: Cyclone Pam may hamper West Indies' quarter-final hopes

The cyclone, which is battering the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, is expected to move past the east coast of New Zealand on Sunday and could bring rain to the Hawke's Bay city of Napier where the Pool B match is being played.
 DNA2 weeks ago World Cup: (Mostly) clear skies ahead  New Zealand Herald1 week ago Cricket World Cup: Cup glory awaits as Black Caps on edge of history  New Zealand Herald1 week ago Cricket World Cup 2015: #MCGsobig lights up Twitter  Fairfield Champion4 days ago

Salute to titan who turned island into First World nation

Mr Lee Kuan Yew is a colossus in the stupendous transformation of a backwater Third World island into a First World nation. I believe he would want Singaporeans to focus firmly on securing the future of Singapore in the next 50 years, even as they ...
 Asiaone1 week ago Father of Singapore created a First World oasis days ago Lee Kuan Yew, father of modern Singapore, dead  Times of India1 week ago PH, world mourn Lee Kuan Yew  Manila Times1 week ago
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Rare 'supertide' turns world-famous Unesco site Mont Saint-Michel into an island

A supertide has turned France's famed Mont Saint-Michel into an island and then retreated out of sight, delighting thousands of visitors who went to see the rare phenomenon. The so-called "tide of the century" actually happens every 18 years.
 Irish Independent1 week ago PHOTOS: When the 'tide of the century' hit France  Rediff.com1 week ago Supertide 'briefly' turns French town of Mont Saint-Michel into island  Sify1 week ago 'Supertide' draws thousands to French site as effects of solar eclipse are felt across the world  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago

Pacific Island links: Cyclone Pam, World TB Day, Aus-PNG research and more

The latest reports on the impact of Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu have the death toll at 11 with 166 000 people affected on 22 islands. Food and water shortages are still of great concern. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop visited Vanuatu over the weekend ...
 The Interpreter6 days ago Cyclone Pam: UN reports Vanuatu islands reached with relief supplies  Sify2 days ago Half of Vanuatu's Population Affected by Cyclone Pam: United Nations  NDTV1 week ago UN focuses on priority needs for cyclone-hit Vanuatu  Sify1 week ago

China Defends Island Building in South China Sea, Says Not Seeking New World Order

China's foreign minister today defended his government's controversial policy of reclamation on disputed isles in the South China Sea which has sparked regional concern, and said Beijing was not seeking to overturn the international order. Last year, Chinese ...
 NDTV3 weeks ago The World: Indonesian president says China's 9-dash line claim in South China Sea has no legal basis  Business World1 week ago Aquino Says New Islands Built by China May Seek Independence  Bloomberg4 days ago China wants to control South China Sea: Philippines  Jagran Post4 days ago

World Cup 2015: Maxwell demolishes Lanka with maiden ODI ton, Australia score 376/9

The ferocity and disdain with which he hit the islanders all over the park had the packed stadium on its feet even as the Lankans scurried for cover. SYDNEY: All-rounder Glenn Maxwell led a brutal Australian assault with his maiden ODI hundred as the ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago ICC World Cup: Australia demolish Sri Lanka by 64 runs  Jagran Post3 weeks ago ICC World Cup: Maxwell demolishes Lanka with maiden ODI ton, Aus score 376/9  Jagran Post3 weeks ago World Cup: Australia beat India  BBC4 days ago

Rugby World Cup to visit Channel Islands in August

Rugby's biggest prize, the Webb Ellis Cup, will be touring the Channel Islands on Friday 28th August as part of the Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour before this year's tournament. The trophy tour will begin on the 10th June before going on a continuous ...
 ITV.com4 days ago

A desolate world without GMO crops: Inside Monsanto's demented spin campaign

This originally appeared on Earth Island Journal . In the fall of 1962, a group of chemical companies including Monsanto at the time the largest producer of the cancer-causing chemical compound, PCB launched a full-throttle public relations ...
 Salon4 days ago

Britain Says to 'Beef Up' Defense of Disputed Falkland Islands

World Veterans of the Falklands War march past Las Malvinas War memorial wall dedicated to Argentine servicemen who fought in the 1982 South Atlantic conflict between Britain and Argentina, in Buenos Aires, June 20, 2013. About 1,000 people ...
 MSNBC Newsweek6 days ago UK `military lobby` behind Falklands beef-up: Argentina  Zee News6 days ago Britain says to "beef up" defence of disputed Falkland Islands  Zee News6 days ago
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