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  • Tips to attract bees to your yard

    Diggin' It Tips to attract bees to your yard

    If you want to help bees, those pollinators of most of our fresh vegetables and fruit, here are some tips. First, learn to live with dandelions.

  • In Rwanda, a rebel commander's case that no one wants to try

    Africa Monitor In Rwanda, a rebel commander's case that no one wants to try

    Two years after Rwanda arrested Congolese rebel commander Gen. Nkunda, it still doesn't know what to do with him – he knows too many secrets that could come out if he is tried.

  • In Pictures Back to school 2010

    US President Obama greets schoolchildren following his second annual back-to-school speech at Julia R. Masterman Laboratory and Demonstration School in Philadelphia, September 14.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 08/12

    Samuel Pizzetti of Italy competes in the men's 800m freestyle heats at the European Swimming Championships in Budapest, Hungary, on Thursday.

  • China flood and oil spill response improves. Prevention? Not so much.

    China flood and oil spill response improves. Prevention? Not so much.

    A China flood, oil spill, and chemical factory explosion highlighted the country's improved crisis response. But China still faces challenges as it tries to strike a balance between economic growth and protecting the environment.

  • Opinion World Cup semifinals: the case for German pride

    Germans are finally able to celebrate their country after more than 60 years of dealing with their past. For the rest of the world, this should be a welcome turning point.

  • Based on the true story of 'John Rabe': movie review

    Based on the true story of 'John Rabe': movie review

    The little known but true story of John Rabe, a German businessman who saved thousands of civilians during the rape of Nanking in 1937.

  • In Pictures Babies around the world

    A member of Brazil's Xikrin Nation holds a baby before the Indigenous Nations' Games in Pagagominas, Brazil, in November 2009. A French documentary by Thomas Balmes, "Babies," opened the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival on April 29. The Focus Features film followed four babies in four places - Mongolia, Namibia, San Francisco, and Tokyo – through their first year.

  • The Warlords: movie review

    The Warlords: movie review

    Set in 19th-century China, 'The Warlords' is crammed with gritty, exciting battles scenes as three flawed heroes overcome the odds.

  • In Pictures China's Lantern Festival

    Citizens watch a parade at Nanhou Street in Fuzhou, capital of southeast China's Fujian Province on Feb. 24. The lantern festival, held on the fifteenth day of the Lunar New Year, commemorates the end of Chinese New Year's celebrations.

 
 
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