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CNNLONDON -- A cloud of ash from Iceland's Grimsvotn volcano spread toward central Europe on Tuesday, forcing airlines in Britain to cancel hundreds of flights for the second time in little more than a year. The ash cloud began to reach London's Heathrow...
Regardless of what SeaWorld decides as Tilikum's long-term future, a conversation has started within the whale research and advocacy communities about what ought to be done with an orca linked to three human deaths. Killer whale experts know the giant...
Should we free Tilikum? Do we do right by our mammalian brother and send him packing out to sea? That's the growing sentiment among animal-rights advocates following the killer whale's lethal attack on a SeaWorld Orlando trainer. Not only would they...
FOX40 NewsSacramento's iconic Iceland Skate Rink will reopen its doors Saturday morning, almost ten months after an arsonist burned down most of the business. Owner Terrie Kerth tells FOX40 the rink received their occupancy permit Friday afternoon. Family,...
Tags: Emergency Incidents, Explosions
Tribune NewspapersREYKJAVIK, Iceland -- In better times, Nina Bjork, one of Iceland's fashion glitterati, would be busy styling photo shoots for the island's top design houses. But since Iceland's economy collapsed in October, one of the first victims of the global...
NUUK, Greenland -- Only twice have I entered a country without someone at least glancing at my ID or passport. The first time was in Iraq, when the war began and the borders flew open. The second time was here in Greenland. Iraq-like bedlam is not why...
Tags: Whale (animal), Iraq, Tourism and Leisure, Greenland, Cruises
If getting on the wrong side of Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull volcano this summer gives you the jitters, then get a little French fix on this side of the ash plume, and head to Montreal. It's a beautiful destination, and English is welcome. Plus, this summer...
The Continuing Education and Community Services Division at Hagerstown Community College will offer a series of courses titled "The Poetry, Myth and Religious Significance of Iceland's Medieval Eddic Literature." The first course, titled "The Prose...
Tags: Education, Continuing Education
WGNO NewsAnother Oscar night in America. And as important as the awards are, all eyes will be on the red carpet as celebrities arrive, en-masse, greeted by throngs of adoring fans and the flashes of thousands of paparazzi cameras. So you want to look your best...
Zap2ItIf you haven't had enough dramatic rose ceremonies for one year, fear not. More are on the way. And the person propelling them has plenty of recent experience. The second runner-up on the latest edition of "The Bachelor," Ashley Hebert didn't even...
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