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276. As US Rotates Generals in Europe, Job Is Prevent New 'Cold War'
May 03, 2016

STUTTGART, GERMANY— As he stepped down as America's top commander in Europe on Tuesday, retiring Air Force General Philip Breedlove recalled how he began his career more than three decades ago trying to keep the peace during the Cold War with the Soviet Union. "I think my career is now ending here, trying to prevent a Cold War - and continue to keep the peace," Breedlove said in a farewell address, shortly before he received a final salute from troops at European Command headquarters in Germany. "But I hand that mission over now to you." Breedlove turned over E... (read more)

277. Florida’s Weeki Wachee ‘Mermaids’ Make a Splash
April 29, 2016

Since 1947, ‘mermaids’ have fascinated tourists at central Florida’s Weeki Wachee Springs State Park with their fluid movements and synchronized ballet. Performing underwater has its challenges, including cold temperatures and a steady current, as VOA’s Lin Yang and Joseph Mok report.... (read more)

278. Top 7 Points That Must Be Considered While Purchasing Red Gum Firewood
April 29, 2016

Redgum Firewood, Firewood Supplies Hastings and Redgum Sleepers. ">A smart way to save lots of your valuable money on electricity bills throughout the winter is by heating the house with the help of unique fireplace. This is certainly a vital reason due to which most of the people dwelling in extreme cold regions consider to stock wood to experience lots of comfort during the chilling winters. Buying and stocking burning wood is not at all an easy task because you need to consider various aspects in order to purchase the best quality wood for your fireplace. Below are discussed some vital po... (read more)

Author: Mattis Bailey

279. The History of Central Heating
April 28, 2016

Central heating units in St. Paul, MN, are important, especially during the cold wintertime. But, many people don't know how central heating came about, even though it's one of the most important inventions in the history of the world. Starting with the Romans, central heating channeled hot air through a furnace from pipes placed behind walls to heat the rooms inside the walls, which led to many of the other heating systems created in the periods after. At the end of the nineteenth century, iron radiators were generally used to heat homes, until several discoveries were made to advance i... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

280. Highly Contagious Virus Sickens Nearly Million at High Cost
April 27, 2016

Everyone knows about the flu, and the common cold, but not as many people are familiar with norovirus, despite that fact that it runs rampant around the world, sickening nearly three-quarters of a million people each year and costing billions in lost productivity.   Norovirus causes severe diarrhea, nausea and vomiting. It is responsible for about 50 percent of all gastrointestinal illnesses around that world, not only in developed countries but emerging nations as well. And it kills approximately 219,000 people a year.   Bruce Lee is a professor of international health at t... (read more)

281. US: Cubans' Favorable Immigration Status to Stay in Place
April 26, 2016

WASHINGTON — A U.S. State Department official said on Tuesday that Washington has no plans to change a Cold War-era law granting special immigration benefits to Cubans, despite President Barack Obama's moves toward normalized relations with the island country. "There continues to be a large migration flow out of Cuba. It reflects the difficult economic and human rights conditions in the country," Francisco Palmieri, principal deputy assistant secretary in State's Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs, told a Senate subcommittee hearing. "We have no plans to chang... (read more)

282. Canadian Executed by Islamic Militants in Southern Philippines, Trudeau Says
April 25, 2016

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has confirmed the beheading of a Canadian taken hostage in the southern Philippines last year and held for a $21 million ransom by al-Qaida-linked militants. Trudeau, speaking Monday, voiced outrage at the killing of retiree John Ridsdel, calling it an "unnecessary death ... an act of cold-blooded murder." FILE - This undated handout photo released by Eastern Mindanao Command on Sept. 22, 2015, shows Canadian tourist John Ridsdel, 68, who was kidnapped by gunmen Sept. 21 on Samal island.... (read more)

283. Frustration Builds as Hopes Dim Among Refugees at Macedonian Border
April 25, 2016

IDOMENI, GREECE— The biting cold of the winter wind has been tempered by spring, but among the thousands trapped in limbo on the Greek border, it is the rumors that now swirl through Idomeni camp. "They say that maybe the border will open at the end of this month, but it's just people talking," said Qusay Lubani, one of around 12,000 people living in the sprawling, makeshift camp by the village of Idomeni. "People are always talking about such things here," he added, "and it's because people are despairing in this situation." It has been well o... (read more)

284. Solar Plane Slowly Soaring From Hawaii to California
April 22, 2016

KAPOLEI, HAWAII— A solar plane on an around-the-world journey has reached the point of no return over the Pacific Ocean after departing Hawaii, and now it's California or bust. The plane was cruising over the cold northern Pacific early Friday — Earth Day — an occasion the team planned to mark with a live call between pilot Bertrand Piccard and Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, according to the website that's documenting the journey of Solar Impulse 2. After some uncertainty about winds, the plane took off from Hawaii Thursday morning and was on course to land in Moun... (read more)

285. Cold Rice Balls, No Flush Toilets at Quake-Hit Japan Shelter
April 19, 2016

MINAMIASO, JAPAN— In this mountainous Japanese town known for its hot springs, prized beef and Jersey milk cows, more than 2,000 people have taken refuge from earthquakes at school gymnasiums and community centers, surviving on rock-hard biscuits, cold rice balls and bread. There is no running water to bathe or flush toilets. Many elderly evacuees rest on futon mattresses they brought from home. The bedding covers the floor, and there is no privacy. “Now I realize I haven't taken a bath since we came here,” said Yachiyo Fuchigami, a 64-year-old woman in a hilltop gymna... (read more)

286. Cruise European Waterways in the Springtime
April 19, 2016

Spring is a time for renewal. Nature is waking up from its winter slumber, trees are blossoming, flowers are blooming, lambs are gambolling in the fields and the weather is perfect – not too cold and not too hot. It’s also the perfect time for a spring break or an early vacation on a relaxing and luxurious barge holiday. No other time of the year is quite as perfect for a cruise along some of Europe’s waterways. Italy, Germany, France, Holland - Europe is crisscrossed with rivers and canals that flow through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world and close to, if not through, som... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

287. Dairy Fridges and Choosing the Best Ones
April 15, 2016

The dairy products are an important part of the daily life that is why they are sold almost in every store and food shop. The dairy products also need to be kept at a certain temperature so that they are not spoiled. Every food product cannot be stored at the same temperature range which is why there are different refrigerators which are designed for specific food products. The dairy products can be stored in the dairy fridge. These refrigerators are equipped with the temperature range which is perfect for the storage of dairy products. The dairy products should not be stored in a very col... (read more)

Author: Ruby Williams

288. Philippines Cold Storage Warehousing is Expected to Increase and Reach USD 1,400 million in 2020 -
April 14, 2016

Transport and storage are the two critical factors in the cold chain logistics in the Philippines. The cold chain logistics has been largely dominated by cold transportation which has contributed the largest share to the overall market during 2015. According to Research Associate at Ken Research, Philippines cold chain market can be broadly classified into Express Services and Non-Express services. Non-Express services have dominated the cold chain market over the period 2010-2015. Charges for Non Express services are considerably less as compared to express services. People generally opt... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

289. Abandoned Soviet Military Base Becomes Tourist Attraction
April 13, 2016

An abandoned, once secret Soviet military base in western Latvia has become a tourist attraction. Now a decaying ghost town, the base compound once housed 5,000 Soviet troops and their families who lived in isolation as they monitored for missile launches during the nuclear standoff of the Cold War. It fell to decay after the last Russian troops withdrew in 1999. The municipality took control of the territory last year and designated it a tourist site.... (read more)

290. Government Initiatives, ‘Philippines Cold Chain Project' and Rising Consumer Demand for Frozen Foo
April 12, 2016

The cold chain logistics market for Philippines will continue to grow at a considerable pace in the next few years with addition of new players and continuous support from government. The market is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 14% from 2016-2020. Over the last few years from 2010-2015, the industry has observed an average annual growth of 19% in value terms. The growth in the cold chain market over the period 2010-2015 was primarily supplemented by growing demand for temperature controlled products in the country, entry of several new players and government initiatives in terms of programs s... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

291. Philippines Cold Chain Market Outlook to 2020 - Government Initiatives and Rising Consumer Demand f
April 11, 2016

Philippines Cold Chain Market Outlook to 2020 – Government Initiatives and Rising Consumer Demand for Frozen Food to Foster Future Growth” which provides a comprehensive analysis of the cold chain market in Philippines. The report covers various aspects such as market size of Philippines cold chain market, segmentation on the basis of cold storage and cold chain transport, B2B and B2C segments, Type of Deliveries-Express and Non-Express, products, regional cold storage warehousing capacity and others. The report will help industry consultants, manufacturing companies of temperature sensitive g... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

292. Venezuela Electoral Body Hinders Opposition Push to Remove Maduro
April 05, 2016

CARACAS— Venezuela's electoral board said it was the only body allowed to reform referendum rules governing removal of the country's president, throwing cold water on opposition plans to recall President Nicolas Maduro amid an economic crisis. The opposition, which won control of the National Assembly in a December election, says removing Maduro is the only way to avoid a severe recession, product shortages and triple-digit inflation from worsening. It is trying to push through a law accelerating the process to hold a referendum so the vote can happen this year. Maduro, 53,... (read more)

293. Cold Zero Highly Compressed Game Free Download For Pc
April 04, 2016

Cold Zero Highly Compressed Game Free Download Full Version For Pc. Cold Zero the combination of elements from several different genres action, strategy, and role playing works to keep things interesting in Cold Zero. An intriguing blend of action, real-time strategy, and role-playing elements, Jawood's isometric third-person shooter Cold Zero: No mercy superficially resembles games like X.Com and jagged Alliance and is as often trigger-happy journey through the trials and tribulations of a hired mercenary. The game is violent, challenging, alternately thoughtful and fast-paced, and at times h... (read more)

Author: Faisal Gujjar

294. New, Noninfectious Vaccine Could Help Eliminate Polio
April 03, 2016

With only 74 cases of polio reported worldwide in 2015, the disease is well on its way to eradication. But re-emergence through accidental release from a biocontainment factory is a small but real risk. So researchers have developed a strain of poliovirus to use in a new generation of vaccine that could help stamp out the disease once and for all. The so-called cold-adapted strain is noninfectious, so there would be no outbreak if the poliomyelitis pathogen were ever to escape from a plant.   In the journal PLOS Pathogens, investigators led by Dutch scientists report that the ... (read more)

295. Amazon Glacier vs Google Nearline: Which top Cloud Storage is right for you?
April 02, 2016

In today’s era of digital information, businesses deal with overwhelming, massive amounts of data, making data backup essential. San Jose, CA, April 01, 2016 - In today’s era of digital information, businesses deal with overwhelming, massive amounts of data, making data backup essential. There are options to backup on a tape drive, an external hardware or backup servers, however this has drawbacks such as loss/theft, damage, and unwanted takeup of physical storage space. For those that prefer skipping the physical limitations and drawbacks, cloud cold storage backup services are the... (read more)

Author: Harry Jung

296. Traveling to Yen Bai, Vietnam
March 29, 2016

Yen Bai is a province in Northwest of Vietnam, which is about 180km from Hanoi capital. Best times to visit Yen Bai • The most famous things in Yen Bai are terraced rice fields in Mu Cang Chai. Joining Vietnam motorbike tours to Mu Cang Chai in May, June or from September to November, you will see the beauty of the fields when the local people water their fields and harvest their fields. • Besides, traveling to Yen Bai from September to November is good. For wet season is gone, the weather is a little bit cold because of winter. • If you want to soak your body in the hot spring... (read more)

Author: Nguyen Hien

297. My Trip in Vietnam with Airwheel S6 intelligent two wheel saddle-equipped scooter
March 28, 2016

This winter, the weather is extremely cold in my hometown. Therefore, I decided to travel to a warmer place to escape from the cold weather as well as my stressful work. Vietnam is the perfect destination: it has warm weather, delicious foods, unique culture and many other attractive points. Therefore, I asked for a leave and sat off to Vietnam. Of course, I had brought my Airwheel sitting posture self-balancing scooter S6. It is always my best travel partner. Instead of giving a hurried and cursory glance at many cities, I prefer stay at one place and enjoy my leisure time there. I chose... (read more)

Author: John Doe

298. Bathing Warm Spring Sunshine with Fosjoas K2 Electric Scooter
March 27, 2016

Spring is the most beautiful season on the planet. In this season, water in streams and rivers is very cool and sunshine is very warm. After cold winter, all lives come back to life. Green plants and beautiful flowers are everywhere. Bees and butterflies are flying among flowering shrubs. Therefore, many people are willing to take a trip on weekend in this season. At this moment, people need a transport that can take them to fully enjoy spring. Such a transport had better give people comfortable riding experience, free start-stop and unlimited range. The one that caters for above features is F... (read more)

Author: John Doe

299. Airwheel foldable electric scooter for adults Z3 Make you Keep Slim
March 26, 2016

Winter is my favorite season as the snow scenery is very beautiful and there are many holidays in winter. However, winter is also my least favorite season as I always easily get fat in winter. As the temperature is low, people needs more heat and energy to resist the cold. Therefore, I like to eat foods with high calorie in winter, such as sweet foods, hamburgers, chocolates and so on. These foods satisfy my appetite but make me get fat. What’s worse, I become lazy in winter. Instead of go out and do sports in the cold wind, I prefer lay in bed and watch TV. This habit makes my body unhealthy.... (read more)

Author: John Doe

300. Tourists Converge on Washington to See Cherry Blossoms
March 24, 2016

Tourists are starting to converge on Washington for one of the capital's greatest Springtime celebrations: the blooming of the cherry trees. The U.S. Park Service says the recent cold snap did not affect the bloom dates for the trees.  The blossoms could last up to ten days, weather permitting.   "It is just a gorgeous day and they said it would be peak blossoms, and it is about halfway, I'd say.  Its pretty, but I'd say by the weekend it is going to be even prettier," said Connie Santora, a visitor to the nation's capital who was gazing a... (read more)

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