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Titanic victim’s letter sells for record $226000

Titanic victim's letter sells for record $226000

LONDON (REUTERS) – A personal letter found on the body of a man killed in the sinking of the Titanic sold at auction on Saturday for £126,000 (S$226,000), a record price for correspondence from the doomed liner. The letter is one of the last known to have survived the sinking ...

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Keeping the party alive

Nightlife experts from around the world tell Mirror how their respective cities do it right After hours constitute more than just bars and gigs for a metropolis. Nightlife authorities from around the world collected at a convention in the city, which concluded today, to discuss the various possibilities and opportunities ...

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Football: Burnley happy to let Chris Wood travel

Football: Burnley happy to let Chris Wood travel

Burnley manager Sean Dyche admits that Chris Wood’s demanding travel schedule isn’t ideal – but says he will never dissuade the All Whites striker from representing his country. It’s an issue that is likely to come into sharper focus in the coming weeks, as the realities of the journey involved ...

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Deň, keď padla aj Praha

Deň, keď padla aj Praha

Na Slovensku sme dlho mali pocit, že Česko je politicky inde ako my. Kým u nás sa viedol spor o demokraciu s Mečiarom, ktorý bol ideovo neukotvený, ale o to väčší ťah po moci mal, v Česku sa viedol spor o myšlienky. Ľavicové alebo pravicové Česko, ODS alebo ČSSD? Legitímny ...

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Aung San Suu Kyi scheduled to visit Prague in October

Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi is scheduled to visit Prague next month, the news site Aktuálně.cz reported. She was invited by the Czech prime minister, Bohuslav Sobotka, and should hold talks with both him and President Miloš Zeman. She is also due to speak at a human ...

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Ballet dancers heading for Europe

Ballet dancers heading for Europe

Donna Collins Swakopmund-A dream will come true for a group of eight young ballet students from the ‘Dance Factory Swakopmund’, who will travel to Europe next year to immerse themselves in the richness of the performing arts in some of the major cities. Donna Collins visited the Dance Factory in ...

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