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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The rampaging Richmond Tigers stormed to their second Australian Football League title in three years on Saturday with a 89-point humiliation of the Greater Western Sydney Giants in the season-ending Grand Final in Melbourne on Saturday.
WASHINGTON (AFP): In early 1974, Do Da was top in espionage class, on the way to becoming a high-flying CIA agent: he handled himself better in the rough, carried heavier loads, and could brush off attackers.
SAINT-PIERRE-D'OLERON, France (Reuters) - A loud 4-year-old rooster called Maurice on an island off the French Atlantic shore has pitted a couple of city slickers who bought a second home next door against his owners, and stirred a nationwide debate.
While on pilgrimage in India, the writer and his wife also came across many varieties of beautiful birds.
THE second Foco Under-12 C. Sivasubramaniam Cup Indoor Hockey Tournament proved to be more than just a competition.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - An emaciated wolf rested its head on a block of ice, seeking relief from stifling heat in a zoo in Pakistan's capital, while another gazed at a family enjoying an afternoon picnic as an elephant swayed its head nearby.
Amin Taasha’s art is a unique fusion of Asian cultural influences alongside post-contemporary art ideals, featuring ancient Persian script, Buddhist iconography and figures referencing 7th to 11th century Afghan miniature paintings; which join forces with Chinese ink-styled modified strokes.
From IMAN QHADIJAH SHAHRUL NIZAM, UiTM Shah Alam.
Clark spent weeks in a coma and almost a year in various hospitals. A brain injury slowed his speech, his motor skills, his memory. Numerous bones were broken. His legs, arms, feet, shoulders, hands – almost nothing works the way it used to.
MELAKA: Crows have become a menace here, driving residents to despair while leaving one local councillor trying to figure out why the birds are targeting women’s undies.