New Zealand comedians are once again putting their jokes on the line for charity. The sixth-annual The Good Guys is a one-night comedic showcase in aid of children’s charity SpinningTop
Forget London, Paris, New York or Tokyo. French electro duo Daft Punk have picked a small New South Wales farming town as the location to launch their highly anticipated fourth album
From the pulpit where he stood one day last week, Richard James Cardinal Cushing, 68, looked down not at the familiar Irish faces of his own Boston congregation but rather into the docile and questioning gaze of brown Peruvian eyes. The occasion was the blessing of a new brick-and-concrete Roman Catholic church in a slum suburb of Lima.
After first sending Spain’s agricultural industry into a tailspin by falsely accusing that country’s cucumbers, German authorities on June 5 pointed a finger of blame at local beansprouts specifically the produce of an organic farm in the village of Bienenbttel, around 70 kilometers south of Hamburg as the source of an outbreak of deadly E.
What could be more outrageous than the hefty subsidies the U.S. government lavishes on rich American cotton farmers?
A beautiful day for a wedding — crisp, clear and, for China in midsummer, relatively cool. The latest typhoon’s high winds have swept away the air pollution, and under a brilliant blue sky the guests are chatting in the hollow of a terraced field beside a single spindly tree — symbolic decoration in a country whose scant arable land continues to disappear
A Zimbabwean court postponed the trial of key opposition figure Roy Bennett on Saturday to allow his lawyers time to prepare their case. Bennett, the Movement for Democratic Change’s nominee for the deputy agriculture minister post, faces charges of possessing weapons for sabotage, banditry and terrorism
A desperate Zimbabwean farmer fighting to hold onto his land — a year after the country’s political rivals pledged to govern jointly — fears he will eventually lose to politics and violence. The power-sharing agreement included an undertaking by both parties to ensure property rights are upheld but farm attacks and invasions continue unabated in Zimbabwe
Nobel laureate Norman E.
The bad news for India is scrawled across the scorching sky.