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So in 1989, Deutschman and about a dozen others accountants, attorneys, investment bankers turned their social clique into a charitable club that would make small donations to struggling groups trying to help children...They dubbed themselves the
A handful of Asian water buffalo broke loose from their Charlotte County field and tied up traffic last Friday, but authorities say the breakout came courtesy of a helping hand. The fence ringing the buffalo had been snipped in a pair of places,
While Vancouver celebrated its first official Meatless Monday to encourage people to go without meat one day a week, diligent butchers carved up a water buffalo carcass during a media event to promote the consumption of ethically-raised animals...
Americans used to frequently quote Voltaire's declaration that, "I disapprove of what you say but I will defend to the death your right to say it." That is no longer the case at too many of our colleges and universities. What some have called the "
Taipei, Feb. 23 (CNA) Some 60 elementary school children in Taipei had a chance Saturday to ride water buffaloes and learn how they are used in Taiwan's agriculture, as two of the animals were brought to the city by an activists aiming to promote
Taipei, Feb. 20 (CNA) He is known as the "Rice Bomber" for planting rice-filled explosive devices in Taiwan in 2003 and 2004 to protest the government's neglect of farmers. But Yang Ju-men has now adopted a much more peaceful approach to revitalizing
17 January 2013 When looking to get a killer picture of a dangerous animal out in the wild, most wildlife photographers like to keep their distance. But as these incredible pictures show, photographer Ed Hetherington got much more than he bargained
The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Jan. 14 2013, 1:49 PM EST Last updated Monday, Jan. 14 2013, 1:49 PM EST Tripping columns offer readers a chance to share their adventures those times when, far from what's familiar, you must improvise in the
With its tiny houses nestled along the main road and its red-brick church, Topchin just 25 miles outside of Berlin is a traditional-looking Brandenburg village. But heading east through the marshland that borders the village, a visitor encounters the
Personal Journeys Behind the Veil of the Forest' in India Michael Benanav for The New York Times Yasin, age 6, son of Jamila and Dhumman, keeps a water buffalo calf in line. Published: December 21, 2012 THE rutted road, part paved, part dirt, was a