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Singapore risks destroying past in race to build: top archaeologist

Singapore faces a race against time to save its past, according to its top archaeologist, who warns relentless development in the land-scarce city-state comes at a heavy price.


Ice instruments ring out coolest music in Norway

Inside a giant igloo in a snowy Norwegian village, the sound of a horn rings out, warming the mood of a freezing audience, huddled together in -24 Celsius.


Migration

The Viracocha III reed raft seen at Chinchorro Beach in the northern Chilean city of Arica ahead of its launch. The departure of Viracocha III expedition reed raft, which will sail 10,000 nautical miles to Sydney, Australia, aims to demonstrate the ancestral migration between the two continents.


Winter Olympics

A worker putting final touches on Snow Land before the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Game.


Cornerstone of a healthy marriage: communication

When my husband and I were dating, we could talk for hours about anything and everything. Now that we're married, we go out to dinner and have nothing to say to each other. What has gone wrong? Now he just keeps his thoughts to himself.


Japan's 'Insta-gran' finds fame with wacky selfies

A madcap Japanese great-grandmother armed with a camera and an appetite for mischief has shot to fame for taking side-splitting selfies -- many of which appear to put her in harm's way.


Giant tortoisesGalapagos hosts nursery for new species of giant tortoise

Crowded under a rock in the Galapagos archipelago, the baby tortoises wait for the sun to go down to leave their shelter.


Paradise lost: 'Anote's Ark' shows Kiribati on the brink

With its pristine sands, glistening saltwater flats and gently swaying palms, Kiribati ought to be a tropical paradise -- but this precarious slice of heaven on Earth is living on borrowed time.


Holograms and mermaids: Top trends at Nuremberg toy fair

The Nuremberg toy fair, the world's largest, opened its doors this week to an industry in the throes of reinvention as toymakers vie for the attention of children increasingly glued to smartphones and tablets.


Portrait

Ukranian artists Daria Marchenko and Daniel Green seen with their portrait of US President Donald Trump made of US pennies, nickels, dimes and poker chips at St George Academy in New York City. Marchenko and Green leapt to fame in 2015 with a portrait of Vladimir Putin made entirely of bullet shells gathered from war zone in eastern Ukraine.


 

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