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For Capt. Martin Noorsalu, deploying to Afghanistan with the Maryland National Guard last year was an unusual opportunity. Noorsalu is one of only a dozen helicopter pilots in the Estonian Air Force. The sole air defense service of the former Soviet...
ReutersBy Jan Lopatka PRAGUE, April 25 (Reuters) - When Czech President Milos Zeman said last week his country could join the euro by 2018, he met with little more than a shrug from the country's other political leaders who have shied away from setting a date....
Reuters(Corrects names in paragraphs 8, 35, 44) * Growth, productivity to suffer as population ages * Demographics to put Europe's social contract under strain * Emigration adds to challenge for likes of Latvia, Portugal By Alan Wheatley, Global Economics...
ReutersTOKYO, April 23 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei share average is likely to open higher and may test a fresh multi year-high on Tuesday on ongoing optimism about the outlook for growth on the back of central bank and government efforts to revive the economy....
Cruise! A Guide to Ships and Trips From SutroMedia by Anne Chalfant $3.99 for iOS and Android What it is: a comprehensive guide for everyone from the Baby Cruiser to an Old Salt. Helpful filters sort cruises based on price, pampering, and travel-...
firstname.lastname@example.orgNiki Kinkade takes seriously community involvement in the Great American Brass Band Festival. The festival executive director emphasizes the GABBF is a community event. The GABBF committee simply directs the festival, she added. Since last year’...
Organ and tissue donation will be getting a higher public profile in South Dakota. State senators gave final legislative approval Tuesday to two measures intended to provide more publicity for organ donation and to make registration as organ and...
From France's Joan of Arc to female resistance fighters in World War II and the black-clad women warriors of the Viet Cong, history is filled with stories of women fighting alongside men. In many modern armies, however, ground infantry combat is still...
In the last Travel Mechanic, two travel industry experts looked back on 2012. This time they look ahead to 2013; their answers were edited for space. Chris McGinnis, director of Travel Skills Group (travelskills.com) Q: What trends can travelers...
As we roll into the final holiday parties of the year, spirits are high -- and flowing. “The Book of Gin” by Richard Barnett traces the history of gin, which was once believed to prevent plague, ease the pains of childbirth and treat a lack of...
World NowRussian President Vladimir Putin once lamented that he works "like a galley slave" to improve the life of his countrymen. But according to a report compiled by two prominent opposition politicians, the Russian leader more often toils in the opulence of...
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