Daily Archive: November 3, 2017

Fears squashed: Zucchini mistaken for WWII bomb in Germany

Fears squashed: Zucchini mistaken for WWII bomb in Germany

Fears squashed: Zucchini mistaken for WWII bomb in Germany

A worried resident in Germany alerted police to what he thought was a World War II bomb in his garden. Officers rushed over — and found a particularly large zucchini.

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Stories of the Plush Pony: Vincent Price Art Museum pays tribute to a working-class lesbian bar

Stories of the Plush Pony: Vincent Price Art Museum pays tribute to a working-class lesbian bar

Photographer Laura Aguilar recorded the denizens of the Plush Pony during the 1990s. Now the Vincent Price Art Museum pays tribute to the LGBTQ space with a party.

‘Don’t throw anything at legit journalists,’ Roque tells DDS

‘Don’t throw anything at legit journalists,’ Roque tells DDS

‘Don’t throw anything at legit journalists,' Roque tells DDS

Spare legitimate journalists from attacks.

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Trump to stay an extra day in PH

Trump to stay an extra day in PH

Trump to stay an extra day in PH

US President Donald Trump has decided at the last minute to extend a marathon trip to Asia, after criticism that he was expected to miss an East Asia regional summit.

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White House locked down

White House locked down

White House locked down

The White House is on lockdown and one person is in custody Friday morning after reports of “suspicious activity” along the North fence line of the 18-acre complex.

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‘Ferdinand’ reimagines a classic tale for contemporary audiences

‘Ferdinand’ reimagines a classic tale for contemporary audiences

The book Franco couldn’t brook is now a 3-D, computer-animated film, and that’s no bull.

“The Story of Ferdinand,” a gentle, slender kids’ tome about a Spanish bull too peaceful to fight in the ring, was written by Munro Leaf, illustrated by Robert Lawson and originally published in 1936. Spain’s…

Dee Rees gave ‘Mudbound’ a personal touch with the help of her grandmother’s journal

Dee Rees gave ‘Mudbound’ a personal touch with the help of her grandmother’s journal

Director Dee Rees pulled from her family’s history to inform the historical saga “Mudbound,” which Netflix acquired at the Sundance Film Festival.

China, UK team up to train nuclear engineers

China, UK team up to train nuclear engineers

Britain’s University of Sheffield and China’s Tsinghua University announced on Wednesday that they have created a master’s degree program in nuclear engineering and management, to help ensure the supply of qualified graduates for bilateral projects.

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‘South Korea’s humanitarian aid to North will move the world’

‘South Korea’s humanitarian aid to North will move the world’

‘South Korea’s humanitarian aid to North will move the world'

With all the negative news about North Korea, the United Nations’ food aid to the country looks set for a donation drought. But Lim Hyoung-joon, the United Nations World Food Program’s Korea office head, stresses humanitarian support must continue, regardless of the communist regime’s nuclear and missile tests.

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Malaysia wants long-term solution for overworked doctors

Malaysia wants long-term solution for overworked doctors

The Health Ministry of Malaysia wants to set up a system to analyse the working patterns of medical officers (MOs), housemen and specialists while on call, to find long-term solutions to protect their welfare and safety.

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