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|OMAN, ARABIA JEWEL (76 photos)|
Reclining in all the perfumes of Arabia, Oman is finally opening up to tourim, and for the better, as it offers the most fascinating landscapes of the Peninsula. Sand from the dunes and the beaches blends to take you to a country where tradition and modernity happily stand together.
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|MINNEAPOLIS : Al-Shabaab ambushed, the Somali community ready to pounce (56 photos)|
Nairobi, 21-24 September 2013: Four heavily armed Somalis from Al-Shabaab attack the Westgate shopping center and killed 67 people. A message on twitter implies link Minneapolis: two attackers were raised in Minnesota. Since 1992 an estimated 100 thousand Somalis immigrants have settled in Minneapolis and its surroundings, populating an area of the state capital called Cedar Riverside.
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|THE CONTAINER MALL, CHRISTCHURCH (37 photos)|
February 22, 2011 Christchurch was hit by an earthquake of magnitude 6 destroying much of its downtown. To overcome the "red zone" closed to the public which are located at most stores, a "container mall" unique in combining practicality born and ultra-class ..
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|ZOOTHERAPY FOR ALZHEIMER (56 photos)|
Unique in Europe, an association led by a falconer trying to help the elderly to recall some memories of youth..Thanks to these birds, the elderly suffering from Alzheimmer regain some of their childhood memories, Down's syndrome and social misfits start again to communicate.
|EXTREME SLIDERS (48 photos)|
Do you know where the highest cliffs in plumb line, of the planet? In the Himalayas? Patagonia? No. It is in the sea, but a frozen sea eight months a year. It is indeed in the Arctic Circle, on the lost Baffin Island, bordering northeastern Canada.
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