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Over 200 homeless people in London will be treated to an extravagant holiday party thanks to some rail workers at the Euston Train station. 30...

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Saudi Arabia has also organized music concerts, a Comic-Con festival, and a mixed-gender national day celebration – all for the first time in years.

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The model's efficiency could save drivers up to £100 per week in fuel costs.

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The U.N. resolution spurred 39 different governments to pass legislation that would help eliminate plastic pollution from the ocean.

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An 8-week-old British baby with half a heart received perhaps the best holiday gift: a second chance at life, says the Facebook Page, A Heart for Charlie.

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Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli contributed a piece of content specifically for the online encyclopedia – all while he was aboard the ISS.

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There are countless studies that link positive parental relationships to healthily adjusted children. Thankfully, more and more parents are spending time with their children. A...

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Depending on the success of this machine in Nottingham, Action Hunger plans on rolling out several more across the UK in the coming months.

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These 8 Christian refugees from Sudan have found their livelihood in America thanks to a Facebook post and a US Congressman.

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The bank responsible for the largest sovereign wealth in the the world has just taken a stance against fossil fuels. Norges Bank, which is the...

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London's caffeine habit will now provide an eco-friendly energy kick to its buses, including its iconic red double decker, beginning this week.

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The Australian people voted “overwhelmingly” in favor of same-sex marriage – and their reaction to the announcement is incredibly heartwarming.

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The “electric highway”, which will feature thousands of ultra-fast charging points, will connect seven different European countries from Italy to Norway.

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Though they are only starting out by ditching state-owned fossil fuel vehicles, privately-owned transportation will come soon after.

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Skydiving is bound to be an incredible experience, but for these 217 adrenaline junkies, their most recent dive wasn’t just an incredible experience —...

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In light of continuing animal rights violations, all the elephants currently used in Indian shows will be rescued and sent to wildlife reserves.

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The storms in Europe last weekend did not just bring chilly weather – they also brought free energy to Germany. When energy output goes into...

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As ISIS forces continue to diminish in Iraq, the nation is preparing to rebuild – and they now have $400 million to help them...

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Saudi Arabia continues its progressive string of policy moves, by opening sports stadiums to women for the first time—previously male-only venues.

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The government of New Zealand has just unveiled an ambitious set of environmental policies that are destined to take an aggressive stance against climate...