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  • Nauru pushes higher fees for asylum seekers sent by Australia

     
    The tiny nation of Nauru is pushing Australia to pay roughly $1,000 monthly for every asylum seeker it sends to the Pacific island. Australian immigration officials say the hike in visa fees is under discussion with Nauru but said it was “...
  • Growing a garden: A hidden lesson in responsibility

     
    Spring planting time is here, but my son and I got an early start. When I want to do something it's usually now, so he and I went to the store to buy seeds a few weekends ago. He picked corn and cucumbers, and I picked spinach and basil seeds. It was a...
  • Memorial planned for animals used in laboratory experiments

     
    Memorial for animals killed in experiments: Animal rights activists said they planned to hold a memorial Saturday evening for hundreds of animals they charge were “tortured and killed” in cruel laboratory experiments conducted at UCLA....
  • Petfinder’s top pet-friendly airlines

     
    From Petfinder.com, the site's annual report on the most pet-friendly airlines: This year, Petfinder.com expanded its review to include Canadian airlines in addition to the United States-based airlines researched in years past. Petfinder.com chose the...
  • U.S. seeks to seize Malibu home, memorabilia from Equatorial Guinea official

     
    The federal government is moving to seize $70.8 million in assets, including a Malibu mansion, a Gulfstream jet and $2 million worth of Michael Jackson memorabilia, from the son of the president of Equatorial Guinea, alleging that the wealth was......
  • Ferry sinks off Papua New Guinea; 150 missing

     
    Ferry sinking: Merchant ships rush to aid passengers of a ferry that sank off the coast of Papua New Guinea....
  • Impatiens in for a Tough Spring

     
    It may be a tough year for impatiens in home landscapes at least during the spring months. A new disease called downy mildew is affecting plants at the growers and those in home landscapes. The plants develop curled and yellow leaves. Eventually entire...
  • Military unrest mars hopes for Guinea-Bissau election

     
    In Guinea-Bissau, soldiers reportedly sealed off the parts of the capital on Thursday and ringed the home of the prime minister, lobbing grenades. The unrest comes weeks before an election once seen as a chance for one of the most troubled states in...
  • Guinea-Bissau military arrests Prime Minister Carlos Gomes Jr.

     
    Military officials in the tiny West African coastal nation known for its illegal drug trade said Friday that Prime Minister Carlos Gomes Jr. had been arrested on accusations of plotting with Angola to crush his country’s military....
  • U.S. apologizes to Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan, again

     
    The U.S. apologized Friday after one of India’s biggest movie stars, Shahrukh Khan, was detained at immigration -- again -- on his way to give a speech at Yale. The Bollywood sensation was reportedly held for nearly two hours at the airport in White...
  • West African troops in Guinea-Bissau to restore order after coup

     
    A West African bloc is sending hundreds of troops to the tiny nation of Guinea-Bissau, part of a regional attempt to restore order after the latest military coup in its tumultuous history....