Try looking in the monthly archives. December 2015

Nepalese women trafficked to Syria and forced to work as maids

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Unscrupulous agents lure women into conflict zones with promises of employment abroad only to leave them working long hours for …read more

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California Condor That Helped Save Species Returns to Wild

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The 35-year-old bird sired 30 condor chicks that have been released into the wild. He had been one of just …read more

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‘Stargazer Lottie’ Joins Astronauts Aboard Space Station

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The doll was inspired by a real 6-year-old girl’s passion for astronomy and space exploration. …read more

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Canada misses target of 10,000 Syrian refugees by year’s end as 6,000 arrive

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Canada’s Liberal government campaigned on promise to accept 25,000 refugees by end of 2015, but pushed back the date after …read more

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Skip the Champagne. Here are four Belgian brews to toast the new year

Champagne is synonymous with New Year’s Eve toasts and celebrations. But craft beer offers many other flavorful options for festive …read more

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Five things you thought you knew about absinthe

Does absinthe contain any drugs? Will you start hallucinating green fairies after a couple of sips? The myths and misinformation …read more

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A taco cleanse? Yes, it’s real — and it’s vegan

The next trendy cleanse to hit Los Angeles incorporates avocados, kale, tempeh, tortillas — and plenty of margaritas. It’s called …read more

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Finally, bowls of very good ramen in Old Pasadena

If you’ve been shopping in Pasadena lately, or maybe casing Colorado Boulevard for a good place to pitch your lawn …read more

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Stories of 2015: how Alan Kurdi’s death changed the world

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The aunt of the Syrian boy photographed lying dead on a Turkish beach and the policeman who found him speak …read more

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What will happen in 2016?

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Space explorers, genetic scientists, US voters, terrorists and hackers look set to dominate our world next year – but don’t …read more

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