Gulf of Thailand's Industrial Park

It's the end of the year and a cool breeze from the north provides relief from the tropical heat. The night sky of Thailand looks bright with stars, and music and songs, together with dancing and beer, have kicked off the New Year carnival. "Happy New Year" banners can be seen everywhere.

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Hillah Gets Its "Water Filter"

The city of Babylon in Mesopotamia with its long history is one of the cradles of ancient human civilization. It is also the city where the Hanging Gardens, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, were said to be located centuries ago. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon indicated that even in ancient times the people there knew how to harness water resources for irrigation.

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Spreading the Joy of Cycling in Romania

The central square of the city of Pitesti on the Arges River bustled with activity as the finals of the keenly contested DHS Cup Youth Bicycle Obstacle Race kicked off at the prominent venue. There were teenaged cyclists intently circumventing the various obstacles placed on their tracks, such as steps, slopes, pipes, bollards and even flagpoles.

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Central Asia's Rainbow of Hope

In Derweze, a village in Turkmenistan's Karakum Desert, a tourist recently asked the locals how to get to the "Gates of Hell", an enormous crater that has been on fire for decades and a unique tourist attraction in the region.

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New Hope for Dominica's Agriculture

Imagine a kilogram of white turnip costing about ECD 23 (USD8.51), a kilo of bell pepper ECD27 (USD9.99) and colored pepper ECD54 (USD19.98)! It sounds astronomical but this used to be the case in the island nation of Dominica in the Caribbean in the past. Due to lack of agricultural development, there was a scarcity of vegetables and fruits, which pushed up their price. It was hard to imagine how the common people could afford such expensive vegetables.

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Benin's Sugar Industry, a Sweet Success

Benin, bordering the Atlantic Ocean, is a beautiful country boasting vast tracts of sugarcane field. They present a charming scene in the harvest season with their pink flowers swaying gently in the breeze.

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Gulf of Thailand's Industrial Park

It's the end of the year and a cool breeze from the north provides relief from the tropical heat. The night sky of Thailand looks bright with stars, and music and songs, together with dancing and beer, have kicked off the New Year carnival. "Happy New Year" banners can be seen everywhere.

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Hillah Gets Its "Water Filter"

The city of Babylon in Mesopotamia with its long history is one of the cradles of ancient human civilization. It is also the city where the Hanging Gardens, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, were said to be located centuries ago. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon indicated that even in ancient times the people there knew how to harness water resources for irrigation.

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Spreading the Joy of Cycling in Romania

The central square of the city of Pitesti on the Arges River bustled with activity as the finals of the keenly contested DHS Cup Youth Bicycle Obstacle Race kicked off at the prominent venue. There were teenaged cyclists intently circumventing the various obstacles placed on their tracks, such as steps, slopes, pipes, bollards and even flagpoles.

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Central Asia's Rainbow of Hope

In Derweze, a village in Turkmenistan's Karakum Desert, a tourist recently asked the locals how to get to the "Gates of Hell", an enormous crater that has been on fire for decades and a unique tourist attraction in the region.

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New Hope for Dominica's Agriculture

Imagine a kilogram of white turnip costing about ECD 23 (USD8.51), a kilo of bell pepper ECD27 (USD9.99) and colored pepper ECD54 (USD19.98)! It sounds astronomical but this used to be the case in the island nation of Dominica in the Caribbean in the past. Due to lack of agricultural development, there was a scarcity of vegetables and fruits, which pushed up their price. It was hard to imagine how the common people could afford such expensive vegetables.

Full Text >

Benin's Sugar Industry, a Sweet Success

Benin, bordering the Atlantic Ocean, is a beautiful country boasting vast tracts of sugarcane field. They present a charming scene in the harvest season with their pink flowers swaying gently in the breeze.

Full Text >