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Canada PM pushes work-life balance, cabinet too busy to listen | Reuters

Jun 16, 2016

Canada PM pushes work-life balance, cabinet too busy to listen | Reuters

WINNIPEG/OTTAWA Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he is so committed to "work-life balance" that he took a whole day off during a work trip to Japan last month to celebrate his wedding anniversary. #India #science #United Kingdom #Foreign policy #lifestyle
Factbox - About 1.3 million wild alligators in Florida but attacks rare | Reuters

Jun 16, 2016

Factbox - About 1.3 million wild alligators in Florida but attacks rare | Reuters

Police on Wednesday recovered the body of a two-year-old boy who was grabbed by an alligator in front of his family during a vacation at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, officials said. The child was snatched by the alligator as he played at the water's edge on Tuesday night and dragged into a lagoon despite his parents' efforts to save him. The following are some facts about Florida alligators: EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA There are about 1.3 million wild alligators in Florida, according to an estimate from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission #India #Business #Middle East #Europe #Entertainment #lifestyle
Thailand's king shows improvement following heart treatment - palace | Reuters

Jun 13, 2016

Thailand's king shows improvement following heart treatment - palace | Reuters

BANGKOK Thailand's 88-year-old king, the world's longest reigning monarch, has shown signs of improvement following surgery for narrowing of the arteries, the palace said in a statement on Sunday. King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world's longest-reigning monarch, has been treated for various ailments during a year-long hospitalization in the Thai capital. He was last seen in public on Jan #United States #Business #United Kingdom #Copyright #lifestyle
Anonymous bidder pays $3.46 million for Warren Buffett lunch | Reuters

Jun 12, 2016

Anonymous bidder pays $3.46 million for Warren Buffett lunch | Reuters

An anonymous bidder agreed at auction to pay $3,456,789 to eat lunch with Warren Buffett, tying the record for the right to dine with one of the world's most admired investors. Money will go to Glide, a San Francisco charity that provides food, health care and other services to people who are homeless, poor or struggling with substance abuse #United States #India #Business #United Kingdom #New York #lifestyle
Thais celebrate 70 year of king's reign, but anxious about his health | Reuters

Jun 09, 2016

Thais celebrate 70 year of king's reign, but anxious about his health | Reuters

BANGKOK The bespectacled image of King Bhumibol Adulyadej dominates public space in Thailand, from billboards on high-rises to portraits that flank leafy boulevards. #United States #Health #Europe #North Korea #United Kingdom #lifestyle #article
Swiss voters reject money for nothing income plan | Reuters

Jun 05, 2016

Swiss voters reject money for nothing income plan | Reuters

ZURICH/BERN Swiss voters rejected by a wide margin on Sunday a proposal to introduce a guaranteed basic income for everyone living in the wealthy country after an uneasy debate about the future of work at a time of increasing automation. #India #Business #Middle East #Argentina #Swiss #lifestyle
Cuba's Castros are clearly robust, Raul quips after 85th birthday | Reuters

Jun 04, 2016

Cuba's Castros are clearly robust, Raul quips after 85th birthday | Reuters

HAVANA The day after his 85th birthday, Cuba's President Raul Castro quipped that the Castros were clearly "robust and long-lived" and he could easily manage several more five-year terms although he would stick to his promise to step down in 2018. Castro took the presidency over a decade ago from his older brother Fidel, who by then was already one of the world's longest-serving leaders, having taken power in a 1959 uprising that ousted a U.S.-backed dictator. "The Castros are robust and long-lived #Sports #India #Middle East #markets #United Kingdom #Entertainment #lifestyle
Criminal charges possible in killing of Cincinnati gorilla | Reuters

Jun 01, 2016

Criminal charges possible in killing of Cincinnati gorilla | Reuters

CINCINNATI Police may bring criminal charges over a Cincinnati Zoo incident in which a gorilla was killed to rescue a 4-year-old boy who had fallen into its enclosure, a prosecutor said on Tuesday. The death of Harambe, a 450-pound (200-kg) gorilla, also prompted the animal rights group Stop Animal Exploitation Now to file a negligence complaint on Tuesday against the zoo with the U.S #United States #Technology #markets #Crime #United Kingdom #lifestyle #article
Syrian refugee finds home among the beards of Budapest | Reuters

May 27, 2016

Syrian refugee finds home among the beards of Budapest | Reuters

BUDAPEST A Syrian refugee has made the most of a fad for trim and dyed beards in Hungary, setting up a barber shop in downtown Budapest popular with foreigners and Hungarians alike. #India #Business #markets #United Kingdom #Foreign policy #lifestyle
Trump's taco tweet baffles, riles social media users | Reuters

May 06, 2016

Trump's taco tweet baffles, riles social media users | Reuters

NEW YORK U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump celebrated Cinco de Mayo on Thursday by tweeting a photo of himself with a taco bowl and the caption: "I love Hispanics," but the gesture was not to everyone's taste #India #Business #science #Argentina #lifestyle #article