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Fascinating portraits capture people who may soon vanish forever

The early Sunday bombings shattered the relative calm that has existed in Buddhist-majority Sri Lanka since a civil war against mostly Hindu, ethnic jewellery uk…

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Fad for ‘lucky’ tail hair threatens Vietnam elephants

A boy from the Bardi tribe in Australia (right) who live in harmony with the nearby ocean, sterling silver bangles which provides them with a…

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Stunning portraits Chin tribe’s facial tattoos in Myanmar

The custom of tattooing their faces ran up until the 1960s when it was stamped out by the government but the older women still live…

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10 reasons why Melbourne and Victoria NEED to be your next holiday 

Inshaf was married to a daughter of a wealthy designer jewellery manufacturer and he faced no problems with money. His entrepreneur brother, Inshaf, was outwardly…

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Malaysia’s Mahathir bars former PM from leaving the country

Give your light mood weekends a little cheer up with cherishing pearl designer jewellery online. One can try wearing beaded necklaces or beaded bracelets to…

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EXPLAINER-How Malaysia’s once-powerful ruling party crashed

Najib was beset by a multi-billion-dollar scandal at state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB). He denied any wrongdoing and was cleared by the country’s attorney-general….

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Today in History, May 18

1974 — India explodes a nuclear bomb in the deserts of Rajasthan state in its first use of an atomic weapon; Australia’s Labor government of…

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Fad for ‘lucky’ tail hair threatens Vietnam elephants

With just 80 elephants left in captivity and about 100 in the wild — down from as many as 2,000 in 1990 — Slagter suspects…

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Why Denmark will dump unwanted refugees on a remote 17 acre island

Another controversial law brought in last month forces all new citizens to shake hands with the officiating person at their naturalisation ceremony, clearly aimed at…

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Prevent Confusion For The Wedding Ethnic Wear For Women

The silk produced is known for its glossy fine texture and durability. Muga silk is the product of the silkworm Antheraea assamensis endemic to Assam….

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