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Hitting the headlines

People made the news for a variety of reasons, but some simply stood out above the rest this year.

Community

Emirates celebrates the New Year with special economy class rates

EMIRATES is welcoming 2013 aboard by offering attractive fares.

Travel

Weaving through Vietnam's Hoi An

If your idea of a perfect vacation is to whiz through several locales, taking in the view from an air-conditioned bus, then Vietnams Hoi An is probably not for you. But if you like to amble through cobblestoned streets and cycle in the countryside, then come along for the ride.

World

Four killed when Russian airliner crash lands

MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian airliner flying without passengers broke into pieces after it slid off the runway and crashed onto a highway outside Moscow upon landing on Saturday, killing four of the eight crew on board and leaving smoking chunks of fuselage on the icy road.

World

Four killed when Russian airliner crash lands

MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian airliner flying without passengers broke into pieces after it slid off the runway and crashed onto a highway outside Moscow upon landing on Saturday, killing four of the eight crew on board and leaving smoking chunks of fuselage on the icy road.

Other Sport

Tears and smiles by the billion at London Games

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain spent nearly nine billion pounds ($14.42 billion) to create a magical and ambitious wonderland of venues for the 2012 Olympic Games, where fans were thrilled across a capital whose grime and grandeur alike got a makeover of global glamour.

World

Florida man pleads guilty to smuggling dinosaur bones

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Florida man described by federal prosecutors as a one-man black market in prehistoric fossils pleaded guilty on Thursday to smuggling dinosaur skeletons into the United States.

Other Sport

Tears and smiles by the billion at London Games

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain spent nearly nine billion pounds ($14.42 billion) to create a magical and ambitious wonderland of venues for the 2012 Olympic Games, where fans were thrilled across a capital whose grime and grandeur alike got a makeover of global glamour.

Other Sport

Australia captain Clarke caps banner year in style

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Michael Clarke's inspired century at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Thursday ticked off another milestone for Australia's high-flying captain, but was also a stunning riposte to critics who had suggested he should never have been selected.

World

Florida man pleads guilty to smuggling dinosaur bones

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Florida man described by federal prosecutors as a