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Love it or hate it, coconut is here to stay especially when it comes to healthy bites. Found in everything from curry to cocktails (yes, cocktails), coconut is finding its way into many recipes as a nutritional boost and dairy substitute. Coconut
The fiesta contains 6 to 8 music festivals, with each attracting dozens of folk bands from all over the world and is scheduled to last until October. Hohhot organized the event in hopes of becoming a major hub for World Music, a newly rising academic
Fund service desk there last Independence Day, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said. Fund president and CEO lawyer Darlene Marie Berberabe led a delegation to Oman for the opening of the service desk, the DFA said in a news release .
Jordan's King Abdullah II has endorsed a treaty with Britain that sets the stage for the possible deportation of radical Muslim preacher Abu Qatada. Last week, Jordan's parliament ratified the Treaty on Mutual Legal Assistance, intended to ease human
Our friend Dave Lutz of Stifel, Nicolaus passes along the topics about which he is talking about this morning. It's pretty quiet, as today is the calm before tomorrow's Fed storm. Oil retreating from a 9m high ahead of Inventory Data, while the
Authorities in Kuwait on Tuesday hanged a 33-year-old Egyptian man dubbed a "monster" for the abduction and rape of 17 children under the age of 10, the public prosecution said. Hajjaj Saadi, who was handed five death sentences, complained shortly
The flow of foreign direct investment into Arab states, including those hit by uprisings, rose by 9.8 percent last year despite the unrest but remained well below their 2010 level, a report said on Tuesday. Arab states attracted FDI worth $47.1
Russia could "fall out" of an informal group of eight leading world powers due to insurmountable differences on the issue of settlement in Syria. Leaders of the "Group of Seven" (USA, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Italy and
PhilippinesIn anticipation of possible flooding due to the expected late afternoon rain showers, Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim ordered Tuesday the suspension not just of classes in the city, but also of work in the city hall. The decision, he said, was
Taipei, June 18 (CNA) TransAsia Airways, a mid-sized international carrier in Taiwan, said Tuesday that it will launch regular flights to Chiang Mai, Thai land in early July to take advantage of strong demand as the summer vacation approaches.