If a woman imagines her marriage in romantic terms, it is less likely that her husband and she will associate themselves with volunteer work, says a new study. (pio3 – Fotolia)
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Rescue crew work at the wreckage from a plane that crashed into Colombian jungle with Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense near Medellin, Colombia. (Reuters Photo)
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Hillary Clinton is focused on moving past her unexpected defeat and has devoted little attention to the recount of ballots. (AFP File Photo)
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President-elect Donald Trump is tapping conservatives with deep ties to Washington and Wall Street to fill out key cabinet roles. (AP File Photo)
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HBO aired small clips of the show on Sunday night during the finale episode of Westworld. The network broadcasted a video, giving previews of all their biggest shows that will air in 2017, Game of Thrones being one of them.
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The two leaders agreed to continue to coordinate their efforts on the world energy markets, including the dialogue on energy between Russia and OPEC. (Reuters File Photo)
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Moussa Sissoko joined Tottenham from Newcastle United in a club record-equalling 30 million pounds (R255cr) deal during the close season, but he has made only four Premier League starts this season. (Getty Images)
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Guests stand for a moment after lighting their candles during a vigil at St Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Columbus, Ohio. (AP)
A university student whose family immigrated from Somalia rammed his car Monday into a crowd at Ohio State University and attacked them with a butcher knife, injuring 11 before police fatally shot him.
Identifying the assailant as Abdul Razak Ali Artan, officials in the northern US state said he appeared to have acted alone in what was being investigated as a possible terror attack.
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