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Veterans Day was first called Armistice Day, declared to mark the end of World War I hostilities at 11 a.m., November 11, 1918

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Beyoncé's new video shows the 30-year-old singer slipping into a gorgeous white sequinned gown to perform her 2011 track I Was Here for World Humanitarian Day

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...e soulful track. The superstar revealed earlier this month that she would be dedicating the track to World Humanitarian Day, which is today. Beyoncé's new video shows the 30-year-old singer slipping into a gorgeous white sequinned gown to perform her 2011 track I Was Here for World Humanitarian Day Beyoncé explained: ”It says, <<I want to leave my footprints in the sands of time&g...

Usain Bolt regained his 100 m world title and won a fourth individual World Championships gold in Moscow

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Usain Bolt regained his 100 m world title and won a fourth individual World Championships gold with a season’s best of 9.77 seconds in Moscow. In heavy rain, the 26-year-old Jamaican made amends for his false start in Daegu two years ago and further cemented his status as the greatest sprinter in history. The six-time Olympic champion overtook Justin Gatlin in the final stages, forcing the...

The West German team lines up before World Cup 1966 final

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Last night it emerged that three German football players were using drugs in the 1966 World Cup final. A newly-unearthed letter obtained from historians at Berlin’s Humboldt University revealed that three unnamed German football players had been tested positive for a banned stimulant at World Cup 1966 final. The letter is dated November 29, 1966 and was written by the Yugoslav chairman of F...

World Food Day is celebrated every year around the world on October 16

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The World Food Day theme for 2013 is “Sustainable Food Systems for Food Security and Nutrition”. The official World Food Day theme – announced at the start of every year by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) – gives focus to World Food Day observances and helps increase understanding of problems and solutions in the drive to end hunger. World Food Day is celebrated...

Massachusetts Institute of Technology tops QS World University Rankings in 2013

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology tops the world’s top 20 universities, according to the new QS World University rankings. Harvard University comes second and UK’s University of Cambridge is in third position. University College London (UCL) and Imperial occupied fourth and fifth places, with Oxford in sixth. Universities in the United States made up the rest of the top 10.   Top 2...

Usain Bolt defended his 200 m title with ease and took his tally of World Championship gold medals to seven

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Usain Bolt defended his 200 m title with ease and took his tally of World Championship gold medals to seven. The Jamaican set a world leading time of 19.66 seconds at the World Atheltics in Moscow to secure his third successive world title in the event. Usain Bolt’s compatriot Warren Weir clinched silver with a personal best 19.79 while America’s Curtis Mitchell (20.04) took bronze by...

ASA banned magazine advertisement for L’Oreal’s Revitalift Repair 10 in which Rachel Weisz appeared with perfectly smooth skin

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...Oreal’s Revitalift Repair 10 in which Rachel Weisz appeared with perfectly smooth skin. In fact, the image of the 41-year-old Oscar winning actress, who married Daniel Craig last year, had been digitally enhanced or airbrushed to even out her complexion. ASA ruled the image “misleadingly exaggerated” the performance of the product. The decision has been welcomed by Lib-Dem MP Jo Swinson, who is ca...

New Year celebrations took place around the world to mark the start of 2014

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New Year celebrations took place around the world to mark the start of 2014. People in Auckland, New Zealand, were among the first to celebrate. In Australia, hundreds of thousands gathered for a spectacular firework display around Sydney’s Harbor Bridge. Similar shows took place in cities across the world, with thousands lining London’s River Thames. New York staged its traditional N...

Jiroemon Kimura from Japan was recognized as the world's oldest living person, and the oldest man recorded in history at 116

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Jiroemon Kimura from Japan, who was recognized as the world’s oldest living person, and the oldest man recorded in history, has died aged 116, local officials say. Jiroemon Kimura died of natural causes on Wednesday in a hospital in Kyotango, Kyoto, a government statement said. In December, Guinness World Records recorded Jiroemon Kimura as the oldest man ever verified to have lived. He rep...

Malala Yousafzai wanted to thank well-wishers for helping her survive and stay strong

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...of Swat. Since the attack, the teenager has received thousands of goodwill messages from around the world. Malala Yousafzai wanted to thank well-wishers for helping her survive and stay strong Zianuddin Yousafzai said in a statement issued by the hospital trust: “She wants me to tell everyone how grateful she is and is amazed that men, women and children from across the world are intereste...

World food prices rose 1.4 percent in September

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World food prices rose 1.4% in September, pushed up by higher meat, dairy and cereals prices, according to the UN’s Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO). The rise followed two months where prices held steady, the FAO said. There has been concern this year about possible food shortages as drought has hit grain crops in the US Midwest, Europe and central Asia. The FAO also forecast a decl...

World leaders meeting at a G20 summit in Mexico have urged Europe to take all necessary measures to overcome the eurozone debt crisis

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World leaders meeting at a G20 summit in Mexico have urged Europe to take all necessary measures to overcome the eurozone debt crisis. They voiced unease over what one top official described as “the single biggest risk for the world economy”. But European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said “the challenges are not only European, they are global”. Sunday’s v...

In the event the Mayan prophecy of the end of the world is right, scientists have foretold a raft of bloody and catastrophic fates for us all

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...he collision itself, except for those near the point of impact, would be unlikely to be fatal to the world’s population but it would throw up so much dust into the atmosphere that billions of people could expect a slow death. Huge quantities of dust would bring on an “eternal winter” in which the sun would be obscured and crops around the world would fail, leading to mass famine. Dr. Dave Ro...

The UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change was set up to provide a clear scientific view on climate change and its impacts

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A UN report on climate change released today in Berlin says the world must rapidly move away from carbon-intensive fuels. There must be a “massive shift” to renewable energy, says the 33-page study. It has been finalized after a week of negotiations between scientists and government officials. Natural gas is seen as a key bridge to move energy production away from oil and coal. But th...

Sea World, which is based at Southport on the Gold Coast, said Dirk was exhausted after being recovered from water near the park

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...nk which went way too far.” Rhys Jones added later: “We are all three of us sorry to Sea World for the time lost in them searching for Dirk and we’re glad he’s all right.” It is alleged the men found Dirk in their hotel room the morning after. Sea World, which is based at Southport on the Gold Coast, said Dirk was exhausted after being recovered from water near the p...

The world is facing a "tidal wave" of cancer, and restrictions on alcohol and sugar need to be considered

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The world is facing a “tidal wave” of cancer, and restrictions on alcohol and sugar need to be considered, say World Health Organization (WHO) scientists. It predicts the number of cancer cases will reach 24 million a year by 2035, but half could be prevented. The WHO said there was now a “real need” to focus on cancer prevention by tackling smoking, obesity and drinking....

The World Bank now expects the Chinese economy to grow by 7.6 percent in 2014, down from its earlier projection of 7.7 percent

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Chinese economy’s growth forecast has been slightly cut by the World Bank, citing a “bumpy start to the year”. The World Bank now expects the Chinese economy to grow by 7.6% in 2014, down from its earlier projection of 7.7%. A slew of disappointing figures has triggered concerns of a slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy. However, the World Bank said recent reform...

One World Trade Center has been declared the tallest building in the US

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..., at 1,451 ft (442 m). The committee ruled a 408ft needle at the top counted toward its height. One World Trade Center has been declared the tallest building in the US Antony Wood, executive director of the committee, which is seen as the final official word on building heights around the world, said the needle counted as a permanent structure. Without that needle, the building measures 1,368 fee...

Beer will be allowed to be sold in stadiums at the 2014 World Cup after Brazilian Senate has passed a controversial and much-delayed bill

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Beer will be allowed to be sold in stadiums at the 2014 World Cup after Brazilian Senate has passed a controversial and much-delayed bill. When Brazil was chosen to host the event it promised to sell alcohol at matches despite a 2003 drinks ban introduced to stop violence. Football’s world governing body, FIFA, demanded the change because brewer Budweiser is a World Cup sponsor. President D...

A voicemail message left by Prince Harry was hacked by the News of the World

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A voicemail message left by Prince Harry was hacked by the News of the World, the Central Criminal Court of England and Wales has heard. The Old Bailey’s jury was shown a transcript of the hacked message to an aide asking for help with an essay while the prince was at Sandhurst military academy. The 2005 document was one kept by former News of the World royal editor Clive Goodman, who denies misc...

Young women are particularly high users of social networking sites and post more photographs of themselves on the internet than do men

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...s and post more photographs of themselves on the internet than do men. To look at the impact on body image, researchers at the University of Strathclyde, Ohio University and University of Iowa surveyed 881 female college students in the US. The women answered questions about their Facebook use, eating and exercise regimes, and body image. The research, presented at a conference in Seattle, found n...

A 1972 image of a Playboy centrefold has been shrunk down to the width of a human hair by scientists in Singapore

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A 1972 image of a Playboy centrefold has been shrunk down to the width of a human hair by scientists in Singapore. A team from the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) printed a color photo, measuring just 50 micrometres across. The photo is a crop of the portrait of Lena Soderberg, a Swedish model, that originally appeared in a 1972 issue of Playboy. It is a commonly-used image f...

Today Sassoon-esque short hair on women is a standard look

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...ucture, a practice known as “precision cutting”. And they produced alumni notable in the world of hairdressing, such as Lee Stafford, who says that hairdressers all over the world still come to London to train. According to Laura Kitty, a large number of up-and-coming stylists in the 80s and 90s had trained at one of his academies. And although Vidal Sassoon began as an apprentice barb...

Jim Yong Kim urged US policymakers to reach a deal to raise the government's debt ceiling before Thursday's deadline

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World Bank’s President Jim Yong Kim has warned that the US is just “days away from a very dangerous moment” because of the government’s borrowing crisis. Jim Yong Kim urged US policymakers to reach a deal to raise the government’s debt ceiling before Thursday’s deadline. The US Treasury will start to run short of funds if no agreement is reached for it to borrow on f...