Work crews in southern Manitoba are monitoring dikes along the Assiniboine River after ice jams sent water spilling onto roads and farmland.
Floods that swamped parts of Pakistan last summer created millions of unusual refugees – spiders. Now the British government has creepy photos showing the trees blanketed by spider webs.
I found strange airports of world at different places on the earth. You can get more idea by reading about their uniqueness; it’s really strange as well as interesting.
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Egypt's prosecutor general has ordered the detention of former President Hosni Mubarak, ahead of an investigation into corruption and abuse allegations.
Clashes over the size of spending cuts and ideological fights over abortion and environmental regulations stalled a federal budget deal Thursday, bringing the U.S. government closer to its first part
MUMBAI: India - indeed, the world - is waiting, with baited breath, for Sachin Tendulkar to craft the ultimate fairytale: his 100th international ton, in the World Cup final, before his adoring home
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Ahead of the crucial India-Pakistan cricket World Cup semifinal, the skies cleared up on Wednesday morning after a thunderstorm followed by light rain in Mohali and Chandigarh.
The fact that we went out of the World Cup when we did was the main reason," Ponting said, while denying he had been tapped on the shoulder by anyone at Cricket Australia.
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