Could Mexico Cactus Solve World's Plastics Problem?

Guadalajara (Mexico): Mexico's prickly pear cactus, which is emblazoned on the country's flag, could soon play a new and innovative role in the production of ...

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Internships With The UN Global Compact In USA

Internships with the UN Global Compact In USA New York: The UN Global Compact offers internship opportunities in its New York office. The UN Global Compact ...

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Former Teen Vogue EIC Elaine Welteroth says These Two Words Can Help You Negotiate More Confidently

At just 32 years old, Elaine Welteroth is an award-winning journalist, author, host and judge on Bravo’s “Project Runway.” She became the beauty director at Teen ...

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Snap Unveils Spectacles Sunglasses That Capture 3D Images

  San Francisco: Snap-on Tuesday unveiled new-generation Spectacles sunglasses that can take 3D pictures to share on its Snapchat messaging service known for ephemeral posts. Spectacles 3,

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Osaka's US Open Defense In Doubt After Knee Injury

Japan's Naomi Osaka receives treatment on her left knee before retiring from her WTA quarter-final in Cincinnati with an injury..

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Kashmir Capital Readies For Muslim Festival After Protest Broken Up

Curfew restrictions have been imposed to prevent unrest over the Indian government's move to revoke Kashmir's special status. Photo: AFP Srinagar (India): Big queues formed in..

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Years Of Ignoring Peaceful Protests Fuels Hong Kong Violence: Jailed Activist

Hong Kong: Hong Kongers are becoming more accepting of violent protests because the city's pro-Beijing leaders have ignored years of peaceful demonstrations, a leading democracy..

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Indonesians Hit The Beach In Mass Trash Pick-up

  Jakarta: Thousands of Indonesians combed trash-strewn beaches at the weekend in a nationwide bid to tackle the Southeast Asian nation's..

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