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Woman Missing For 10 Years Found Living In Internet Cafe
Xiao Yun had been missing since 2005 and her family presumed she was dead.
But she had been living in different Internet cafes in a nearby city since she left her home in the eastern Chinese city of Hengdian at age 14 after a heated argument with her m
Crimea power blackout hits economy as workers stay home
Most of Crimea's two million people have been hit by the power cut. There are also some water shortages.
Anti-Russian activists were blamed for the cut. Russian forces annexed Crimea in March 2014, during Ukraine's crisis.
Public transport is still
There is a plan to end the war in Syria, it might even work
World powers, including arch foes, seem to have found some level of agreement on a Syria without Bashar al-Assad, Brian Stewart writes. A peace plan of sorts is coming together very quickly. Whether it works may take a while to determine.
Help for bomber
Paris attacker welcomed ashore in Greece and given help and clothes by French volunteers
Paris gripped by water poison fear
Scientists were carrying out tests on the city’s water supply after equipment used to guard against chemical products, including protective suits, was stolen from a Paris hospital.
Automated parking meters create confusion, anger
VANCOUVER — The parking meters in front of Pacific Central Station aren’t like any others in Vancouver, and the technology that makes them unique is also making some drivers confused and frustrated.
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