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Germany Wins War With Americans
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10 Most Iconic Cross-Dressing Characters in Comedies
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Barbie Does London
Barbie has been a favorite of kids (and some grown-ups) for over 50 years. The iconic doll has now taken up residence over the pond, and received a new, edgy designer makeover to boot.
Volunteer Travel: Vacations That Make a Difference
Ever dream of just packing a bag and taking off to parts unknown? Have aspirations of doing good while traveling like celebrities often do? Here are a few ideas…
WWF Leads Fight Against Illegal Timber
Over in the UK, it’s been estimated that around 1.5 million cubic metres of illegal timber and wood products are imported each year. Illegal logging is contributing to th
Cholera Fears as Mexican Flooding Worsens
As flooding continued over almost all the Mexican Gulf coast state of Tabasco, officials fear a disease epidemic. Officials fear cholera and other waterbourne diseases may run rampant. Military trucks distributed food, clothing, and bottled water to vi
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