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NEW YORK (Daily Sun News) – Roughly one year ago, Denise Wallace, executive co-director of the Miss Minnesota USA pageant, received a phone call from 19-year-old Halima Aden asking if she could compete in the contest wearing her hijab. “Her

LONDON (Daily Sun News) – Britain’s only female giant panda bear will not give birth this year, dashing hopes that she was about to produce the first panda cubs born in the country, Edinburgh Zoo said on Monday. In August,

TOKYO (Daily Sun News) – Penniless and subsisting only on water for three weeks, Tokyo street-dweller Tokuchika Nishi thought he had come to the end of his life. “My money ran out and I thought it would be fine to

SENDAI, Japan (Daily Sun News) – More than 500 cattle paraded through a ring in northern Japan in the “Wagyu Olympics” to win prizes and renown as the most fertile – and mouth-watering – examples of “wagyu” beef, increasingly popular

KABUL (Daily Sun News) – Nancy Hatch Dupree, a historian from the United States who helped set up the Afghanistan Centre at Kabul University, has died in the country whose culture she worked for more than five decades to preserve,

OGAKI, Japan (Daily Sun News) – A Japanese civic group teamed up with a railway operator on Sunday to let some 30 cats roam on a local train at an event, hoping it will raise awareness of the culling of

LUXOR, Egypt (Daily Sun News) – Egyptian archaeologists have discovered a tomb of a prominent goldsmith who lived more than 3,000 years ago, unearthing statues, mummies and jewelry in the latest major find near the Nile city of Luxor. Egypt’s

LUXOR, Egypt (Daily Sun News) – Egyptian archaeologists have discovered a tomb of a prominent goldsmith who lived more than 3,000 years ago, unearthing statues, mummies and jewelry in the latest major find near the Nile city of Luxor. Egypt’s

CHICHESTER, England (Daily Sun News) – At Goodwood racetrack, one of England’s famed venues, motor sport aficionados arrived in vintage attire from the 1940s, 50s and 60s to celebrate classic cars from the golden age of the British circuit. The

LONDON (Daily Sun News) – Armed with a tupperware box full of home-made chocolate brownies, Prime Minister Theresa May made an appearance on Britain’s most popular cricket program on BBC radio on Friday and took to task those who call