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Dubai Dentist Crafts World’s Most Expensive Set of Dentures

Dubai Dentist Crafts World’s Most Expensive Set of Dentures

A dentist in Dubai has crafted what may be the world’s most expensive set of dentures. According to a June 24 Arabian Business article, the Dubai Liberty Dental Clinic crafted the dentures from…

Archaeologists Discover Iron Age Equivalent of a Dental Implant

Archaeologists Discover Iron Age Equivalent of a Dental Implant

Archaeologists recently discovered what could be Western Europe’s oldest dental implant in northern France. According to a May 28 Daily Mail article, the implant, made of an iron pin, had been…

Toronto Police Services Complain That Burglary Alarms Take up Too Much of Their Time

Toronto Police Services Complain That Burglary Alarms Take up Too Much of Their Time

Toronto Police Services are catching flak for a new controversial plan that would see the Queen City’s finest reduce their responses to burglary alarms. Over 20,000 burglary alarms go off at Toronto…

Panama’s Outgoing President Recommends Air Route Between Panama City and Tel Aviv

Panama’s Outgoing President Recommends Air Route Between Panama City and Tel Aviv

Panama is very interested in having a connection to Israel — so much so that they’re willing to support El Al airline financially if the planes traveling between Tel Aviv…

Potential Scholarship Scandal Looms for Australian Prime Minister

Potential Scholarship Scandal Looms for Australian Prime Minister

A potential scholarship scandal is looming for the daughter of Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, Frances Abbott. Frances Abbott was, in 2011, awarded a $60,000 scholarship by the Whitehouse Institute of…

World Health Officials Head to Geneva for 2014 World Health Assembly

World Health Officials Head to Geneva for 2014 World Health Assembly

Delegates from 194 countries, spanning Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, converged on Geneva May 19th for the 67th annual World Health Assembly (WHA). The World Health Organization (WHO), host of the assembly, has…

How a Drinkable Book Could Help Solve Our Clean Water Issues

How a Drinkable Book Could Help Solve Our Clean Water Issues

It looks like a coffee table book — and you can read it like a coffee table book. But the newly-released Drinkable Book is making headlines for another reason: it…

Christian in Sudan sentenced to death for faith; ‘I’m just praying,’ husband says

Christian in Sudan sentenced to death for faith; ‘I’m just praying,’ husband says

Forcing someone to change his religious beliefs is supposed to be unanimously denied by all religions. Recently, a Sudanese court sentenced a pregnant woman for not recanting her Christian faith.…

Prosecutor: CEO arrested, charged in South Korea ferry disaster

Prosecutor: CEO arrested, charged in South Korea ferry disaster

The CEO of the company who was running the business of passenger ferry – that drowned in South Korea killing more than 260 students- has been arrested. Prosecutor Yang Joong-jin…

Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau: A ruthless leader with a twisted ideology

Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau: A ruthless leader with a twisted ideology

He is the father of devil. His ideology is bitter than the ideology of cannibals. He is demon incarnate. He works in the shadowy world. His intention is to eliminate…