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No more sour grapes – Temecula could be Californian wine’s latest success story

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No more sour grapes – Temecula could be Californian wine’s latest success story Author: James Stannard   Better wine and a new approach to tourism are set to put southern California’s vineyards on the map for both...

Walt Whitman / Leaves of Grass/Book XVII

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Walt Whitman Leaves of Grass/Book XVII   With Antecedents       1 With antecedents, With my fathers and mothers and the accumulations of past ages, With all which, had it not been, I would not now be here, as I am, With Egypt,...

Marketing Your Business Online: A Simple Guide

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Marketing Your Business Online: A Simple Guide by Dale Harris   There’s no getting around it: if you want any kind of an edge in today’s business world, you need a firm hold on your online marketing. But how...

Unconvinced by the election, Venezuela emigres stream across border

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Unconvinced by the election, Venezuela emigres stream across border   "People aren't voting anymore because they know that it's rigged. If we had any hope that this would change, we wouldn't be migrating," says Deiver Guarate,...

Geoengineering is an essential bridge to true sustainability

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Geoengineering is an essential bridge to true sustainability By Bjørn Lomborg, Director, Copenhagen Consensus Centre   Geoengineering doesn’t have to oppose nature; it can augment and support it, controlling climate change much more quickly and thoroughly than...

Controlling Intestinal Gas Naturally

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Controlling Intestinal Gas Naturally By: Dr. Rita Louise Intestinal gas, flatulence, farting or breaking wind is a natural part of the digestive process. This odorless gas, although at times embarrassing, is the result of good digestion....

Cuba’s Capitol reopens after years of restoration

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Cuba's Capitol reopens after years of restoration   Capitol, an imposing neoclassical gem previously shunned as a symbol of US imperialism now to become the seat of Cuba's national assembly in the capital Havana. People visit the...

Shrink to fitEuropean universal banks can succeed. But can Deutsche Bank?

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Shrink to fitEuropean universal banks can succeed. But can Deutsche Bank?   Germany’s troubled leading lender is abandoning any aspiration to be a global investment bank. AFTER just 18 days as Deutsche Bank’s chief executive, Christian Sewing...

Massive extortion cyber attacks hit computers across the globe

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Massive extortion cyber attacks hit computers across the globe A massive ransomware attack has hit thousands of computers across three continents. Government offices, hospitals, multinational companies and private users have been affected. A huge extortion cyber...

Venezuela’s Maduro eyes second term despite economic woes

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Venezuela's Maduro eyes second term despite economic woes   Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is expected to win a second six-year term in Sunday's election, despite a deepening crisis that's made food scarce and inflation soar as...

This artist brings Turkish streets to life with his cartoons

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This artist brings Turkish streets to life with his cartoons   Hakan Keles, 31, draws enormous characters on the photos he takes of Turkey's streets. For him, the illustrations make the places "readable." Artist Hakan Keles, 31,...

The History Behind Origami Paper Folding

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The History Behind Origami Paper Folding   Leer en Español Διαβάστε στα Ελληνικά   These days, origami is everywhere. It’s the subject of children’s books like Sadako and The Thousand Paper Cranes. It’s being displayed in museums as art. It’s even...

Two Indian journalists killed in hit-and-run attacks within 24 hours

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Two Indian journalists killed in hit-and-run attacks within 24 hours   Local media reports say one of the slain journalists had told officials he feared he could be killed by the 'sand mafia' since he had...

Turkey starts paying for Russian S-400 missiles

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Turkey starts paying for Russian S-400 missiles   President Erdogan says that he and his Russian counterpart will see the missile deal through; and first deposit has reportedly been paid. Ankara has already paid a deposit to...

Frank Sinatra’s tragic final years

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Frank Sinatra's tragic final years Frank Sinatra's manager says antidepressant was to blame for his failing health during his final years By Stephanie Nolasco | Fox News Frank Sinatra's former manager reveals an...

Facebook says data breach might affect up to 87 million people

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Facebook says data breach might affect up to 87 million people   Facebook believes the data of up to 87 million people was improperly shared with the political consultancy Cambridge Analytica. Initial reports had put the...

Waffle House shooting suspect arrested by Nashville police

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Waffle House shooting suspect arrested by Nashville police   Authorities mounted a massive manhunt for Travis Reinking after the Sunday morning shooting that left four dead and injured others at a Waffle House restaurant near Nashville,...

Trump Bails On Latin America Trip To Make ‘Major Decisions’ About Syria

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Trump Bails On Latin America Trip To Make 'Major Decisions' About Syria   President Donald Trump has canceled his first official visit to Latin America. The move cones as his administration evaluates the ongoing crisis in...

London secret “mail rail” line to reopen for public

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London secret "mail rail" line to reopen for public   The hidden tunnels first opened in 1927 and were used to carry post, but will now become a tourist attraction. A secret underground railway below London is...

When big tech meets big government

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When big tech meets big government By PETER APPS The authorities in London have decided to strip Uber of its licence to operate in the city. PHOTO: REUTERS Fight between the London government and Uber is just the...

Migrant caravan continues journey to reach US

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Migrant caravan continues journey to reach US   About 6,000 Central Americans have reached the border cities of Tijuana and Mexicali. Now, more bands of migrants are making their way toward Tijuana, with around 10,000 expected. Migrants,...

Britain’s May tells Netanyahu of concern over Gaza deaths

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Britain's May tells Netanyahu of concern over Gaza deaths   British Prime Minister Theresa May told her visiting Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu it was important to alleviate the situation and restart talks about a two-state solution...

Amazon Whole Foods Buyout: What You Need to Know

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Amazon Whole Foods Buyout: What You Need to Know   In June of 2017, Internet retail giant Amazon made the announcement that it planned to buy organic grocery store chain Whole Foods Market — for a...

Matthew Mellon: US billionaire dies in Mexico

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Matthew Mellon: US billionaire dies in Mexico   The US billionaire Matthew Mellon, who made a fortune in digital currency, has died at the age of 54, his family says. Mr Mellon had struggled with drug addiction,...

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