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What $1 buys you around the world

If you only had $1 in your pocket, what could you spend it on?

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Go nuts on National Nut Day

Enjoyed by various cultures and in global cuisines , the humble nut will be celebrated in many countries around the world today.

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Meet the man who travelled to every country in the world by 40 – and kept his job the whole time!

This Scandinavian traveller took wanderlust beyond just a daydream, visiting every country in the world by age 40

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Australia to compete in Eurovision song contest

It’s official, Australia has finally been invited to compete in the Eurovision Song Contest for 2015.

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Alfresco adventures

Not all art is housed in purpose-built galleries. These locations are where the great outdoors and artistic innovation come together.

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New Zealand leads race for deep sea mining

New Zealand has been thrown into the international spotlight as it decides whether to approve underwater mining of it’s ocean floor.

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The universal language of laughter

Laugh and the whole world laughs with you! We commemorate World Laughter Day with a gallery of images sure to brighten your day.

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Moscow Biennale: highlights

As the fifth Biennale begins in Moscow, we take a look in pictures at some of the highlights from the Russian capital from previous years.

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Finnish babies start life in cardboard box

Children born in Finland over the last 75 years have all started their lives the same way – in a cardboard box.

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Overloaded transport

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Walk in her shoes this March

Millions of women and girls in developing countries are burdened by hours of walking each day, a cycle which sees them unable to escape poverty.

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IKEA meatballs with horsemeat sold across EU

IKEA confirms a batch of recalled Swedish meatballs that contained horsemeat were sold in up to 13 European countries.

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Empowering women

The ability to generate and control an income can empower women in developing countries and lead to a better future for their families and communities. Diana Bowles from Good Returns explains how you can help.

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Olympic Faces

These are the hair-raising moments that have captured the worlds attention thus far during the emotion-packed London Olympic games.

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A dangerous vocation

The Philippines, Mexico, Somalia and Russia were the most dangerous countries for journalists in 2009, according to a global media reports, says MiNDFOOD.

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The reign of Spain

Tempranillo tempts ostrich-like cabernet sauvignon drinkers to lift their heads from their glasses, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Heatwaves hit Australian wine output

Wines from the southern hemisphere continue to gain market share in the world, but bad weather conditions in Australia and other countries could have an impact on production in 2009.

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Five minutes with Claudia Bezold-Ferrari

Claudia Bezold-Ferrari 
is responsible for training and educating Dr. Hauschka aestheticians in more 
than eight countries, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Best in show

With every second New Zealand winemaker aiming and claiming to make “the best”, how do you sift 
the great wines from the good and the mediocre? MiNDFOOD reports.

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