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Why is it important to learn history? A brief overview
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Why is it important to learn history? A brief overview

Newsmaster - Sep 21, 2017

History is a subject that tells us about our past. We can either choose to learn from it or completely ignore and continue making the same mistakes…

4 International Businesses That Rely on Data
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4 International Businesses That Rely on Data

Lee Flynn - Sep 07, 2017

The advance in technology is catalyzing globalization. Data utilization is becoming the trend, as the most successful companies are those that rely on data and use it…

Yellow Pages telephone directory to stop being printed after 51 years
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Yellow Pages telephone directory to stop being printed after 51 years

Newsmaster - Sep 02, 2017

The Yellow Pages telephone directory will no longer be printed after 2019. Its owner Yell announced on Friday the famous weighty tome will enter its final print…

Eid Al Adha holiday for UAE private sector announced
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Eid Al Adha holiday for UAE private sector announced

Newsmaster - Aug 24, 2017

he UAE has announced Eid Al Adha holidays for the private sector. According to the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation, the private sector will enjoy a…

Is a Future Without Car Accidents Finally On the Horizon?
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Is a Future Without Car Accidents Finally On the Horizon?

Sia Hasan - Aug 09, 2017

Car accidents are a major concern and should not be taken lightly. It is estimated that about 3,287 people die everyday due to a car crash, which…

5 Best Places to Live in America
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5 Best Places to Live in America

Dennis Hung - Aug 05, 2017

America is known as the land of the free where there are different opportunities available throughout the country. When it comes to finding a place to live,…

Thailand Traveler’s Top 10 tips – watch out for these!
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Thailand Traveler’s Top 10 tips – watch out for these!

Newsmaster - Jul 05, 2017

Many Finns orient each year to Thailand. It seems simple holiday destinations, but here are some of the things tourists should avoid. Do not raise your voice Even…

5 ways education can be used as a tool against terrorism
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5 ways education can be used as a tool against terrorism

Newsmaster - Jun 21, 2017

Education can be used a tool to eradicate all the vices from any society. Terrorism is a growing concern and it is present in different forms in…

4 reasons why your next vacation destination should be Canada
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4 reasons why your next vacation destination should be Canada

Erica Silva - Jun 16, 2017

Honestly, not many people think about Canada when they’re planning their next vacation. It has the reputation for being remote, boring, and worst of all, cold. But…

Netherlands king secretly piloted commercial flights for KLM for 20 years
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Netherlands king secretly piloted commercial flights for KLM for 20 years

Newsmaster - May 18, 2017

King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands hasn't been resting on his monarchical laurels, telling Dutch media he has been moonlighting as a copilot for a KLM airlines affiliate…

How to Spend  a Winter Vacation in New Zealand
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How to Spend a Winter Vacation in New Zealand

Vincent Stokes - May 06, 2017

New Zealand has a temperate climate not dissimilar to that of the British Isles, but with one large difference. It is south of the equator, so the…

Looking into The Future: Elements of Change in the Housing Market
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Looking into The Future: Elements of Change in the Housing Market

Newsmaster - Apr 24, 2017

The American dream has always been homeownership. Homeownership provides stability and a sense of pride. For many years the dream of owning a home has been fraught…

How Texas is leading the way in banning texting and driving
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How Texas is leading the way in banning texting and driving

Cary Teller - Apr 04, 2017

Texting and driving is the activity of sending text messages, emails or using a mobile phone to browse the web or other involved actions. Because all of…

Spectacular theft of $4M gold coin could end in meltdown
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Spectacular theft of $4M gold coin could end in meltdown

Newsmaster - Mar 28, 2017

The stunning heist of a 220-pound gold coin worth more than $4 million dollars from a German museum has bewildered authorities in Berlin and sparked a desperate…

Dubai’s Burj Khalifa to light up with Pakistan flag tonight
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Dubai’s Burj Khalifa to light up with Pakistan flag tonight

Newsmaster - Mar 23, 2017

Dubai's Burj Khalifa, the tallest and most famous skyscraper in the world, will light up with the colours of the Pakistani national flag tonight to celebrate the…

Diplomats Told to Lose Their Trudeau Cut-Outs
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Diplomats Told to Lose Their Trudeau Cut-Outs

Newsmaster - Mar 22, 2017

(NEWSER) – One photo shows a group of men holding a drink up to Justin Trudeau's mouth. Another shows a woman licking his face. But such selfies…

The happiest country on Earth: The winner is ……
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The happiest country on Earth: The winner is ……

Newsmaster - Mar 20, 2017

The U.S. Declaration of Independence inscribed as a fundamental right "the pursuit of happiness," but Norway has taken that goal most to heart. The Scandinavian nation of…

Something else to worry about: Your headphones could explode mid-flight
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Something else to worry about: Your headphones could explode mid-flight

Newsmaster - Mar 15, 2017

SYDNEY - An Australian woman suffered burns to her face after her battery-operated headphones exploded during a flight from Beijing to Melbourne, Australian air safety investigators said…

You can now pretend to be popular by hiring people to take selfies with you
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You can now pretend to be popular by hiring people to take selfies with you

Newsmaster - Mar 14, 2017

Fancy making your ex jealous by filling up your Tinder profile with photos of yourself surrounded by attractive strangers? Well, a Japanese company called Family Romance is…

World faces largest humanitarian crisis since 1945, says UN
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World faces largest humanitarian crisis since 1945, says UN

Newsmaster - Mar 11, 2017

The world faces the largest humanitarian crisis since the United Nations was founded in 1945, the UN's humanitarian chief has warned. Stephen O'Brien told the UN Security…

Dubai airport gets strict with new baggage rules
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Dubai airport gets strict with new baggage rules

Newsmaster - Mar 02, 2017

Dubai Airports will soon introduce a new baggage rule to help improve service, reduce the risk of mishandlings and enhance the performance of its check-in and baggage…

The Hidden Truth Behind Canned Foods
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The Hidden Truth Behind Canned Foods

Vincent Stokes - Mar 01, 2017

In most kitchens, there are a variety of canned products in cabinets and drawers. However, many people do not know certain important information about the health risks…

China’s Two-Child Policy: Authorities Mull Financial Rewards For Couples Who Go For Second Child
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China’s Two-Child Policy: Authorities Mull Financial Rewards For Couples Who Go For Second Child

Newsmaster - Feb 28, 2017

China is reviewing birth rewards and subsidies to encourage couples to have a second child, after surveys showed that many are hesitant to expand families due to…

Surviving The Last Six Weeks of Winter A Ground hogs Guide
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Surviving The Last Six Weeks of Winter A Ground hogs Guide

Vincent Stokes - Feb 25, 2017

Ah, spring. It seems like it will never get here! Thanks to Phil the Groundhog, it looks like we have an extra six weeks of winter to…

Volunteers form human chain to save stranded New Zealand whales
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Volunteers form human chain to save stranded New Zealand whales

Newsmaster - Feb 11, 2017

Volunteers have braved the threat of sharks and stingrays as they continue their attempts to save pilot whales stranded in New Zealand. More than 400 whales had…

Honest Pakistani cabbie in Dubai returns Dh180,000; is rewarded
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Honest Pakistani cabbie in Dubai returns Dh180,000; is rewarded

Newsmaster - Feb 06, 2017

A 36-year-old taxi driver in Dubai, Khalid Khan has been working hard in the emirate to support his family back home in Pakistan. When he first came…

Things to Know Before Relocating Your Business
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Things to Know Before Relocating Your Business

Vincent Stokes - Feb 03, 2017

It takes a lot of work to launch a new business. According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), more than half a million new businesses open their…

Activities To Cure The Winter Time Blues
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Activities To Cure The Winter Time Blues

Vincent Stokes - Jan 26, 2017

The frigid temperatures of winter tend to keep people indoors, which can lead to restlessness and depression. Thankfully there are places to visit where people can engage…

A bunch of architects want to build a $26 billion underwater city in Tokyo
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A bunch of architects want to build a $26 billion underwater city in Tokyo

Newsmaster - Jan 20, 2017

Earth as we know it might not last forever. If sea level rise triggers flooding in our cities, if climate change makes it impossible to grow food for billions of…

Trump’s inauguration: 900,000 to witness transfer of presidential power
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Trump’s inauguration: 900,000 to witness transfer of presidential power

Newsmaster - Jan 20, 2017

WASHINGTON — With a short ride from Blair House to the "Church of Presidents, Donald Trump began the carefully choreographed ritual Friday of the peaceful transfer of…