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Bodrum - Local Travel Information and City Guide
Bodrum Tourism and Travel Information. A complete guide to hotels in Bodrum,flights to Turkey, entertainment, news and more on Bodrum, Turkey

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Nutella-swirled chocolate chip blondies - CSMonitor.com
Who doesn`t love Nutella swirled into baked goods? The only way to improve this simple delicious recipe would be to double it.

Source: csmonitor.com

UK author James Dawson chimes in on debate over`white faces` in children`s books
UK children’s laureate Malorie Blackman faced racist comments after Sky News misquoted her as saying there were`too many white faces` in children`s literature. Now young adult author James Dawson has stepped into the fray, saying, "Malorie did

Source: csmonitor.com

Household net worth in the US hits a new record, but the wealthy reap the benefi
Household net worth has reached its highest in history, fueled by rising stock and housing prices. But with income and wealth inequality widening, most of the gains are still benefitting the wealthy.

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For a war correspondent`s mother, James Foley killing hits close to home - CSMon
As a parent who often spent nights hovering on the edge of sleep, my heart aches not only for Jim – murdered by Islamic State militants – and other captive journalists, but for their families.

Source: csmonitor.com

Scottish vote: preserving the essence of enlightenment - CSMonitor.com
The Age of Empire is over. But the Age of Enlightenment -- born in England -- remains a work in progress in a world still struggling with intolerance, superstition, fear, and aggression

Source: csmonitor.com

Elizabeth the last queen of Scotland? Not so fast. - CSMonitor.com
A lot of the coverage of polls saying Scots are leaning toward independence from the UK ignores the undecideds.

Source: csmonitor.com

Joe Biden gaffe week: What did he say now? (+video) - CSMonitor.com
Biden capped off a week full of unfortunate word choices Friday by reminiscing fondly about disgraced Sen. Bob Packwood ... at a Democratic Women`s Leadership Forum.

Source: csmonitor.com

Margaret Butler puts girls on track to succeed - CSMonitor.com
Komera supports education for girls in Rwanda, where few can afford secondary school.

Source: csmonitor.com

Islamic State: France joins US air campaign in Iraq, hitting logistics depot (+v
French President Francois Hollande said Rafale jets destroyed an Islamic State logistics depot in northeastern Iraq. France is the first nation to join the US-led air campaign against IS.

Source: csmonitor.com

iPhone 6 pre-orders break Apple record. Now come delays. - CSMonitor.com
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus became available for pre-order early Friday morning. But many sites, including the Apple Store, were not ready for the purchasing bonanza.

Source: csmonitor.com

Honoring International Day of Peace - CSMonitor.com
A Christian Science perspective: We all have rights to peace.

Source: csmonitor.com

Why Ukraine speaks of civilization to Americans - CSMonitor.com
In his speech to Congress, Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko asked for arms to defend`civilization` against Russian`barbarity.` Yet Putin speaks of defending`Russian civilization.` Why this conflict on`civilizations`?

Source: csmonitor.com

Scotland`s vote helps others define community ties - CSMonitor.com
The`no` vote against independence by Scotland helps bring the United Kingdom together in redefining UK identity through more power to local communities. New political contours will reshape the shared ethical life and create ties that bind beyond culture.

Source: csmonitor.com

As Asian Games kick off, will North Korea flip its way into S. Korean hearts? (+
North Korea is participating in the Asian Games, due in part to South Korean financial support. As athletes arrive, met by high-security escorts, there`s debate in the South over their inclusion.

Source: csmonitor.com

Twitter sleuths help solve`hate crime.` Should crimefighting be crowdsourced? -
After social media users used digital tracking tools to possibly ID suspects accused of beating up a gay couple, some ethicists caution that such Twitter-era tools could ultimately do as much harm as good.

Source: csmonitor.com

Why are Democrats so mad at DNC chief Debbie Wasserman Schultz? - CSMonitor.com
Political DC is buzzing about a Politico story quoting critics who claims Democratic National Committee chair Wasserman Schultz put her own ambitions ahead of the party`s. Are they looking for a scapegoat for Democrats` likely drubbing in the mid-terms, o

Source: csmonitor.com

Why estimate for world population in 2100 is now 11 billion (+video) - CSMonitor
That`s an updated estimate according to United Nations data. The new number comes days before the UN Climate Summit, which will take up a range of issues influenced by world population.

Source: csmonitor.com

Global Newsstand - The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com
The Christian Science Monitor is an international news organization that delivers thoughtful, global coverage via its website, weekly magazine, daily news briefing, and email newsletters.

Source: csmonitor.com

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