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Greek town of Preveza bets on slow tourism to overcome virus – while sparing the region the environmental impact and economic distortions of the mass tourism more common on Crete or the Ionian islands.
The Covid-19 pandemic has demonstrated how important it is for Malaysia's indigenous people, the Orang Asli, to have food resilience, and in the process, rediscover traditional practices.
The fossils may open a window into what Otay Mesa looked like about 15 million years ago. It was a place where early camels roamed, and prehistoric hoofed mammals, and probably a carnivore or two. And where volcanoes erupted.
Teacup dogs are like living stuffed animals. However, experts say that breeding such small dogs, many of whom are Internet stars, counts as animal abuse. Breeders disagree.
While the coronavirus isn't hitting children as hard as adults, the economic effects of Covid-19 appear to be having a disproportionate effect on young people in one vital area: hunger.
With Syria's nine-year-old war affecting silk production, a weaver decided to turn his idle home workshop into a silk museum to celebrate the ancient craft.
Silk farmer from Syria turns his idle home workshop into a silk museum to celebrate the ancient craft.
Just because you’re out in the open air doesn’t mean you can relax your guard, and hiking associations and walking tour guides have been busy issuing trail guidelines.
This woman asks Thelma what to do as her husband desires for them to start a family but he is saddled with debts, with loan sharks knocking on his parents' door. Also, he has been abusive towards her.
Trendy feeding practices are linked to potential health problems, international study finds.