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Nepal

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  • Nepal plane crash kills 15; six survive

     
    A small plane with 21 people aboard crashed in Nepal, killing 15, including the pilot and co-pilot....
  • The Find: Himalayan Cafe in Old Town Pasadena

    The Find: Himalayan Cafe in Old Town Pasadena
    The path to nirvana starts with appetizers at Himalayan Cafe in Old Pasadena. Those hot, steamy curry-stuffed dumplings called momo look exactly like twisty-top Chinese xiao long bao, but their fillings taste vaguely Indian. Every spectacular bite,...
  • IMAGE: Appearances Soft Focus

     
    Denis Colomb proves cashmere isn’t just for sweaters anymore....
  • Nepal's key parties agree to restart peace process

     
    Nepal: Leaders of Nepal's main political parties have reportedly agreed to resume a stagnant peace process that ended years of insurgency in 2006, according to Associated Press....
  • G20 summit begins with scramble to salvage Greek bailout deal

     
    The Group of 20 leaders of the world’s major economies converged here Wednesday amid economic and political chaos over Greece’s debt crisis, forcing a typically choreographed gathering to proceed without a script as European leaders...
  • Politics swirl over the Tibetan New Year

     
    Tibet, New Year, Dalai Lama: Wedding-goers in the United States often throw rice; in Nepal people are throwing wheat powder for the Tibetan New Year. Every day WorldNow chooses a remarkable photo from around the world. Today this shot from Nepal caught...
  • He's the big cheese: How a Frenchman became the cheese king of Katmandu

     
    Raised in a Parisian suburb of sidewalks and shopping malls, Francois Driard knew nothing about cheese-making until a few years ago. Now he's getting rave reviews from mostly foreign customers in Nepal, one of the world's poorest nations. And he's......
  • Crafts go corporate: Indie movement glue-guns its way into the mass marketplace

     
    When Renegade and Unique L.A. go head-to-head this weekend in Los Angeles, the two craft fairs have some additional competition from an unlikely source: the mall. Many merchants have dabbled in handmade crafts, especially during the holiday season. But...
  • CNN honors unsung heroes of the world

     
    Hollywood award shows come with glamorous stars, popular bands and tearful acceptance speeches, and CNN's laurels offered all of that along with a rare humanitarian twist. The globetrotting cable news channel is celebrating regular people who toil -–...
  • Over 1,000 body parts from poached tigers were seized in Asia over the past decade, report shows

     
    BANGKOK — More than 1,000 parts of tigers slain by poachers across Asia have been seized over the past decade, raising fears that the big cats are headed for extinction, says a new study by a key wildlife trade monitoring......
  • Big Bear Lake's Jordan Romero, 13, becomes youngest person to scale Mt. Everest

     
    Jordan Romero, a 13-year-old from Big Bear Lake, Calif., has become the youngest person to scale Mt. Everest, the world's tallest peak. The eighth-grader's contingent confirmed by satellite phone on Saturday (Himalayan time) that his climbing group, which...