“When rigid-hulled inflatable dinghies are approached by French patrol vessels, the migrants threaten to jump overboard or throw their children into the water to prevent officials from helping them,” reported Richard Ford, home correspondent for The Times, on Thursday. … [Read more...] about Report: Channel Migrants ‘Threaten to Throw Their Children Into the Water’ to Keep French Away
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However, as soon as you watch this video you will realise how different dogs may be: while some of them are very brave and don't think twice before taking risks, others prefer to play with comfort and avoid unwanted contacts, no matter whether it is another animal, a human or... an unidentified flying object. … [Read more...] about A Narrow Escape: Dogs Play With Water-Filled Balloon
After around 60-odd km, we reach the outskirts of Ramtek, and this is where the route starts to get a little bumpy (that is, if you are not in a 4WD) and rural. We stop by at a pre-determined hotel, refresh ourselves with some tea and coffee and start again, the terrain now getting a bit junglee. … [Read more...] about Oh, to catch a tiger, by its tale!
Buttery and crisp, these shortbread hearts deliver the floral aroma of orange zest, echoed by orange blossom water. You can find orange blossom water online or in Middle Eastern groceries, or you can use vanilla instead. The shortbread are delicious on their own but look prettier with a citrus glaze. The juice of a blood orange naturally tints these cookies and their icing pink; you can substitute any kind of orange. To make cleanup easy, set the racks for the iced cookies over the parchment paper you used to bake the shortbread. The paper will catch the icing drips and save your counter from getting sticky. … [Read more...] about These snappy shortbread hearts get an all-natural pink icing
“We’re finding it’s really hard to find the money in this city to plant trees,” said Dan Flanagan, executive director of Friends of the Urban Forest. “Many cities in the U.S., primarily on the East Coast, were carved out of forests. Our city was carved basically out of sand dunes. There’s no tree DNA in this city.” … [Read more...] about As SF struggles to increase urban forest, residents protest a ‘chainsaw massacre’
Even when they are not on Maud Island, the family remains in the Sounds. They return twice a year to their boat-access home in a secluded section of the Pelorus Sound. Higgott said the family were "one of a handful" who continued to live permanently in the Sounds. … [Read more...] about Marlborough family enjoy Maud Island to themselves