Navigate Yoozpaper

Yoozpaper Front Page
The Yoozpaper
Yoozer Profile
Profile
Shared Paper
Shared Paper
Create Newspaper
Create Paper
Create Customized Paper
Custom Paper
Create Album
Create Album
Yoozer Notifications
Notifications
Edit Profile
Edit Profile
Login
Login

 
 
Login on Yoozpaper Facebook Login

Iraq reopens hot springs spa amid Mosul war chaos

Iraq reopens hot springs spa amid Mosul war chaos
Written by Reuters on 2017-04-07


HAMMAM AL-ALIL, Iraq Some Iraqis in this town get massages in a spa or take muddy baths and relax in the morning sun on the banks of the Tigris. Others beg for food or rise at dawn to queue for water.Hammam al-Alil, a town south of Mosul once famous throughout Iraq for its healing hot waters, is back in business after a U.S.-backed offensive retook the area from Islamic State militants and authorities...(Read More)

Rome turns to cost-saving LED lighting but some residents unhappy

Rome turns to cost-saving LED lighting but some residents unhappy
Written by Reuters on 2017-04-08


ROME Rome is investing millions of euros in environmentally friendly, cost-saving LED street-lighting, but some residents of the Eternal City are unhappy to lose the softer, golden glow of the old sodium lamps."This LED light is really bright, really blue, it feels like a hospital light," said Monica Larner, an American who lives in Rome's historic center. She said she was shocked to find the old...(Read More)

Spanish hospital offers nipple tattoos to breast cancer survivors

Spanish hospital offers nipple tattoos to breast cancer survivors
Written by Reuters on 2017-04-10


MADRID Arms covered in red and green ink, tattoo artist Alvaro Quesada is hardly what cancer survivors expect at a Madrid infirmary, the first public hospital in Spain to offer nipple and areola tattooing.Yet his service of tattooing realistic-looking nipples onto women who have had their breasts reconstructed after mastectomies signals the final step of recovery from cancer, and women react with...(Read More)

Prince Harry attends UK team trials for Invictus Games

Prince Harry attends UK team trials for Invictus Games
Written by Reuters on 2017-04-11


BATH, England Prince Harry was on hand to cast an eye over potential new recruits for Britain's Invictus Games team during trials in the southwest English city of Bath on Friday.Harry, the fifth in line to the British throne, set up the multi-sport Invictus Games three years ago for wounded military personal from allied nations.The 2017 edition will take place in Toronto, Canada from Sept. 23-30...(Read More)

In Indonesia, pious

In Indonesia, pious 'punks' promote Islam
Written by Reuters on 2017-04-13


BANDUNG, Indonesia "Prophet Mohammad forever," chant the young Indonesian Muslim musicians. But instead of a mosque, the men are singing at an outdoor concert with a mosh pit full of followers of the country's first Islamic punk movement. The movement is the first of its kind in the world's largest Muslim-majority nation, and has hundreds of members in three of the country's biggest cities - Jakarta,...(Read More)

Amateur husky racers brave -24C in Arctic wilderness

Amateur husky racers brave -24C in Arctic wilderness
Written by Reuters on 2017-04-14


Amateur dog-sled racers pushed themselves to the limits to complete a 300 km journey in temperatures as low as -24 degrees Celsius in the Arctic wilderness.Some 30 competitors led more than 200 Alaskan and Siberian Huskies between Signaldalen in Norway and Jukkasjarvi in Sweden in just five days for the Fjallraven Polar 2017 race organized by a Swedish outdoor clothing and equipment company.The participants,...(Read More)

China live streaming: Would-be internet stars boost billion-dollar market

China live streaming: Would-be internet stars boost billion-dollar market
Written by Reuters on 2017-04-16


BEIJING Jing Qi, a part-time presenter on the live streaming platform Huajiao, underwent cosmetic surgery in March to improve her chances of becoming an internet celebrity.After five hours of rhinoplasty and facial fat injections that left her with gauze covering her nose, eyes, forehead and cheeks, the 27-year-old said she felt "even worse than dead". But the suffering was worth it.Jing is among...(Read More)

Wall Street

Wall Street's 'Charging Bull' artist challenges 'Fearless Girl' sculpture
Written by Reuters on 2017-04-17


NEW YORK The sculptor of Wall Street's "Charging Bull" statue is seeing red over New York City's decision to keep in place the "Fearless Girl" sculpture that now stares it down, saying the adjacent art has changed the meaning of his work and violated his legal rights.The city's ruling to let the bronze depiction of a defiant girl remain until February 2018 just feet from the bull's flaring nostrils...(Read More)

Earthquake-hit farmers in Italy rest hopes on fields of lentils

Earthquake-hit farmers in Italy rest hopes on fields of lentils
Written by Reuters on 2017-04-18


CASTELLUCCIO, Italy Over seven months after a devastating earthquake hit the central parts of Italy, farmers from the Umbria region are hoping that their fields of lentils can help revive local agriculture and tourism.Escorted by the military through unstable tunnels along the road, around 20 tractors reached the plains at the foot of the Sibillini mountains for the first time since October, to ready...(Read More)


';



Yoozpaper is a social network of online newspapers written by individuals or groups. Yoozpaper takes free articles that members write and formats them as an online newspaper.

Articles Of The Week

Serena Williams Confirms Pregnancy On Snapchat

Data science could keep United out of more trouble

'Jersey Boys' and more coming to Norwegian Bliss

Open project collaboration from elementary to university classrooms

Does the Bunk Bed Work in the Children Bed room?