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Japan central bank issues rare apology over remark about Hitler

Japan central bank issues rare apology over remark about Hitler
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-04


TOKYO Japan's central bank issued a rare apology on Friday over a board member's praise for Adolf Hitler's economic policies.Yutaka Harada, a member of the board of the Bank of Japan, told a seminar on Thursday Hitler's economic policies had been "appropriate" and "wonderful" but had enabled the Nazi dictator to do "horrible" things to the world."The Bank of Japan views with regret the fact that...(Read More)

A new island in the Mediterranean...just off Gaza

A new island in the Mediterranean...just off Gaza
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-02


JERUSALEM At first glance the video looks like a promotion for a luxury offshore development, a Dubai Palm-style project on the Mediterranean. Then it becomes clear it's about Gaza and the future of the impoverished and fenced-in Palestinian enclave.Israel's intelligence and transport minister has long pushed the idea of an artificial island off the coast of the Gaza Strip, with plans for a port,...(Read More)

Yes he can:

Yes he can: 'Clever boy' Obama returns to Indonesia for family vacation
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-05


(This story corrects typo in 10th paragraph.)By Jessica DamianaJAKARTA From white water rafting in Bali to visiting temples on Java, former U.S. President Barack Obama's private family holiday is being closely tracked in Indonesia where he spent four years as a child.Obama was six when he moved to Jakarta after his American mother, Ann Dunham, married an Indonesian man following the end of her marriage...(Read More)

Thailand: Home to some of world

Thailand: Home to some of world's biggest crocodile farms
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-06


BANGKOK Thailand is home to some of the world's biggest crocodile farms, where tourists can see the giant reptiles lounging in the hot sun, chomping on chicken, or swarming in emerald green pools.Some 1.2 million crocodiles are kept on more than 1,000 farms in Thailand, according to figures from the Thai department of fisheries. Some are equipped with slaughterhouses and tanneries to produce luxury...(Read More)

We need to talk about sex, robot experts say

We need to talk about sex, robot experts say
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-07


LONDON Move over blow-up dolls, the sex robots are here.Artificial intelligence (AI) is making its way into the global sex market, bringing with it a revolution in robotic "sextech" designed to offer sexual gratification with a near-human touch.In a report on the growing market in sex robots, the Foundation for Responsible Robotics said rapidly advancing technologies have already led to the creation...(Read More)

6 do’s and don’ts for decorating a bathroom that won’t embarrass you in front of guests

6 do’s and don’ts for decorating a bathroom that won’t embarrass you in front of guests
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-07-18


Whether your bathroom is your own personal spa or a tiny space shared with three roommates, it should be a place of order, freshness and calm. Take a good, hard look around, says designer Shazalynn Cavin-Winfrey of SCW Interiors in Alexandria. “The perfect look and feel of a bathroom is one that meets the end users’ needs,” she says. “It’s different for everyone, but I think that a space...(Read More)

Iraqi zoo gives rare glimpse of white lion

Iraqi zoo gives rare glimpse of white lion
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-03


BAGHDAD An Iraqi zoo showed off a rare white lion cub to mark the animal's first birthday this week, as officials revealed that they hoped to welcome another of the rare big cats in the coming weeks.The male lion was born in Baghdad's Al Zawra zoo, the first to be born in the country. Officials said the lion's mother is pregnant again, and are hopeful that the new arrival will also be a white lion."We...(Read More)

Typewriter artist a font of creativity

Typewriter artist a font of creativity
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-08


BRIGHTON Paint-brushes and chisels are the familiar tools of painters and sculptors through the ages, but one British artist is creating pictures using an unusual instrument for the visual arts: a typewriter.Keira Rathbone, born in 1983, creates portraits and streetscapes with a typewriter's letters and symbols. Though infrequently seen in the digital age, typewriter art was popular in the 1940s...(Read More)

Beached in Brussels: deckchairs line urban canal

Beached in Brussels: deckchairs line urban canal
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-09


BRUSSELS Brussels hit the beach on Friday, with the annual summer opening of the Belgian capital's waterside lido, complete with sand, parasols, deckchairs and beach bars along its post-industrial city center canal.Known as Bruxelles-les-Bains, or Brussels Spa, it has joined the likes of Paris-Plages on the banks of the Seine in turning over downtown waterside space to sunbathing, play and music."Good...(Read More)


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