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Top Stories - Can one temple unite every faith?

`That dimple you see over there,` said Siamak Hariri, pointing to the surface of his award-winning structure nestled in the Andean landscape on the outskirts of Santiago, `that little subtle inflection, the way the line goes round is very deliberate -- do you find that satisfying?`

Tuesday, October 25, 2016  16:16


Top Stories - Vatican says no to scattering ashes

The Vatican announced Tuesday that Catholics may be cremated, but may not have their ashes scattered at sea or kept in urns at home.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016  15:55


World - Spain`s Rajoy says will seek parliament`s backing to form government

Spain`s acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said on Tuesday he had accepted a mandate from King Felipe to seek parliament`s backing to form a new government and end over 10 months of political deadlock. The Socialist party agreed on Sunday to abstain in the vote, allowing Rajoy to lead a minority government of his conservative People`s Party (PP), but they have said they will not give him a free hand in passing legislation. `I guarantee to you that if I am invested in the vote I will work from the first day so that this government is stable and long-lasting,` Rajoy told reporters.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016  16:37


World - Ethiopians adjust to life in Africa`s most ambitious social housing project

Situated near the slopes of the hills that circle the Ethiopian capital`s southern flank, Jemo is a colossal condominium complex, completed in 2010 and comprising over 10,000 apartments. When it opened, Jemo was the largest such housing site in the city, and today is home to some 50,000 people, many of whom work several miles away in the city center. `It is too far from Addis,` he says.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016  14:25


World - Iraqis are world`s most generous to strangers: global survey

By Matthew Ponsford LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Although torn by civil war, Iraq is the world`s most generous country towards strangers in need, according to a new global index of charitable giving. Eighty one percent of Iraqis reported helping someone they didn`t know in the previous month, in a global poll commissioned by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF). For the first time since CAF began the poll in 2010, more than half of people in 140 countries surveyed said they had helped strangers - with many of the most generous found in countries hit hard by disaster and war.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016  01:05


World - Simone Gbagbo lawyers walk out of Ivory Coast trial

The lawyers of Ivory Coast`s former first lady Simone Gbagbo on Monday suspended their participation in her trial for crimes against humanity because the court refused to hear testimony from leading politicians. Monday was supposed to be the first day of witnesses called by the defence, with Gbagbo`s lawyers calling figures including parliament speaker Guillaume Soro, former premier Jeannot Kouadio Ahoussou and former army chief Philippe Mangou. The process is biased, the court does not want a fair trial,` said Dohora Blede, one of the lawyers defending Gbagbo over post-election violence that left more than 3,000 dead in 2010-11.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016  01:05


Most Recent - NBA 2016-17: 10 big predictions for the new season ... including the winner

The NBA regular season launches Tuesday, with the realoaded Golden State Warriors and defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers both in the spotlight on opening night.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016  13:30


Most Recent - Former PA Attorney General Kathleen Kane gets prison term

A judge sentenced former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane on Monday to 10 to 23 months in prison for committing multiple felonies stemming from a politically motivated act of retribution.

Monday, October 24, 2016  23:04


World - Spain`s Socialists will not approve new Rajoy-led government`s budgets

Spain`s Socialists will not approve any budgets proposed by an incoming center-right government, the party`s interim head said on Tuesday, highlighting how a policy deadlock could persist with a new administration. Spain`s parliament will vote on acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy´s bid for a second term this week to avoid a third election being triggered by an Oct. 31 deadline. Although the Socialists agreed last Sunday to enable a new Rajoy-led minority government and end 10 months of political limbo by abstaining in a confidence vote, they have said they will not give it a free hand to pass legislation.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016  15:24


World - On the ballot: two clashing visions of how America will power its cars, homes

If the American voter had to choose between Republican nominee Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton based on their energy policies alone, the presidential election would still be a remarkable drama, amounting to the biggest referendum on global climate change since the term was coined. How the country decides on Nov. 8 will have far-reaching implications for the price of electricity and gas at the pump, as well as the future of the U.S. energy industry, which employs about 10 million people. Trump`s vision is an America where oil derricks pump furiously again, coal miners get back to work, and the country puts its own economy ahead of foreign nations worried about the effects of fossil fuels on sea levels, droughts, and storms.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016  14:13

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